Monday, October 10, 2016

Dear Ms. Notley, I have asked these questions to Alberta Justice and I still don't understand the business of removing fatality reports from the government website. It is very odd. Please answer these questions. 1) Why does the government of Alberta remove fatality inquiries from the government website? I mean I am able to put information on to the Google drive and folks can access this information with a link. But the government of Alberta can't do the same sort of storage of data ? This is unbelievable. Why not? 2) When fatality reports are removed the public has no idea of what the heck is going on in terms of fatalities in Alberta over time. Does anyone in the Alberta government do the sort of longitudinal study of the fatality reports to determine patterns of fatalities or do you all just leave them in storage and ignore the recommendations? 3) Why can't you produce a site where I can search the fatality reports for data? We pay for these reports and yet we are stuck asking government each time for information. Why do we have to ask for information in this way? When will you have a searchable database for these fatality reports? 4) Why is there no information on the follow up for these fatality reports? Does the government have any interest at all follow up work? Thanks for your help. Sincerely

Dear Ms. Notley,
I have asked these questions to Alberta Justice and I still don't understand the business of removing fatality reports from the government website.
It is very odd.
Please answer these questions.

1) Why does the government of Alberta remove fatality inquiries from the government website?

I mean I am able to put information on to the Google drive  and folks can access this information with a link.
But the government of Alberta can't do the same sort of storage of data ? This is unbelievable. Why not?

2) When fatality reports are removed the public has no idea of what the heck is going on in terms of fatalities in Alberta over time.  Does anyone in the Alberta government do the sort of longitudinal study of the fatality reports to determine patterns of fatalities or do you all just leave them in storage and ignore the recommendations?

3) Why can't you produce a site where I can search the fatality reports for data? We pay for these reports and yet we are stuck asking government each time for information. Why do we have to ask for information in this way?  When will  you have a searchable database for these fatality reports?

4) Why is there no information on the follow up for these fatality reports? Does the government have any interest at all follow up work?

Thanks for your help.

Sincerely


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