Definition of terms for clarity:

Homicide – The unlawful killing of a person, to include murder and all categories of manslaughter.

Detected homicide case – a solved homicide case whereby a person(s) has been charged or has died prior to charges being brought.

Undetected homicide case – a currently unsolved homicide case.

Undetected homicide case review – the review of all evidence in relation to an undetected homicide case.

 

Freedom of Information Questions:

 

Q1.  How many reported undetected homicide cases are there within your jurisdiction currently?

Q2.  Do you currently have a team solely responsible for the review of undetected homicides?

Q3.  What is the current standard undetected homicide case review frequency within your jurisdiction?

Q4. During the years 2011 – 2014 (inclusive), how many undetected homicide cases were reviewed within your jurisdiction?

Q5. During the years 2011 – 2014 (inclusive), how many undetected homicide cases were detected within your jurisdiction?

Q6.  Does your jurisdiction currently have a Forensic Archaeologist to be called upon as required?

Q7. During the years 2011 – 2014 (inclusive), how many undetected homicide case reviews utilised Forensic Archaeology?

Q8. During the years 2011 – 2014 (inclusive), how many undetected homicide cases were detected as a result of Forensic Archaeology?