The FBI has come up with a way to track all instances in which the nation’s police use deadly force, and their new database is expected to be ready for launch within two years.

From the Chicago Tribune:

The FBI will have up and running within two years a database that tracks instances of police use of deadly force, FBI Director James Comey told lawmakers Wednesday at a congressional hearing that reflected the sustained political interest in the Hillary Clinton email investigation.

The database is intended to capture how often police officers kill citizens in the line of duty and to correct a record-keeping gap that Comey said has resulted in uninformed conversations, based on anecdotes and not facts, about use of force. Demands for more complete records have grown in the past two years amid a series of high-profile deaths at the hands of police officers.

“Everybody gets why it matters,” Comey said of the planned database at an oversight hearing of the House Judiciary Committee.

Let’s just hope there aren’t any of those pesky “leaks” to Democrat operatives and groups.