I go back to a Globe and Mail article from February 22 of last year, in which you are quoted. The article says that “in the realm of criminal justice, the role of the state has become one of limiting—to the greatest extent possible—the risks to public safety that offenders represent.” That was in a study done by you.
There's the risk-averse mentality. I think during our last committee hearing, Mr. Woodburn, representing the Association of Crown Counsel, said they are always thinking of that. I think his testimony certainly raised some questions for this committee about trying to legislate our way through a human error issue.
Professor Doob, there was some mention made about the efficiencies that exist with the CPIC system, and we certainly heard some interesting testimony from Detective Superintendent Truax about updating that. In your opinion, is that the most prominent thing that we can be doing to tackle issues like this so that they do not arise in the future?