At 25 October 2006 there were 1,305 outstanding cases in Northern Ireland. Of these, 108 cases are awaiting an inquest. It is not possible for the coroners to reach a decision on the remainder of cases until they are in possession of the necessary information such as a post mortem report, police statement or the outcome of a pending prosecution.
Records are not kept by parliamentary constituency. There are 126 outstanding cases, four of which have inquests listed, for the Coroners District of Londonderry.