B.C. Coroners Service information blackout on police-involved deaths raises red flags for accountability

Historically, any time that somebody in B.C. dies during an interaction with police or in the custody of law enforcement or a B.C. prison, the coroners service has sent out a short media release.

These documents included the date of the incident, the police department involved, and, if available, the name of the deceased. They also usually indicated whether or not a firearm was discharged.


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