Death Review Panel Reports & Information

Death review panels are undertaking to fully examine the circumstances in deaths, in order to develop recommendations to reduce the likelihood of similar deaths in the future.

Reports and Information

Child Death (18 years and under)

The Child Death Review Unit (CDRU) of the BC Coroners Service reviews the deaths of all children age 18 and under in B.C. The intent of these reviews is to better understand how and why children die, and to use those findings to prevent other deaths and improve the health, safety and well-being of all children in British Columbia. For reports and information see the Child Death Review Unit.

Adult Death (19 years and older)

The Coroners Service of British Columbia

The Coroners Service is responsible for the investigation of all unnatural, sudden and unexpected, unexplained or unattended deaths. It makes recommendations to improve public safety and prevent death in similar circumstances.

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