Indigenous peoples experience some of the highest rates of violence and mortality at the hands of police in this country. Indigenous peoples often become targets of over policing, but are neglected when support is needed. Starlight tours is one of many calculated strategies by police, who drive Indigenous peoples to the outskirts of town at night. In winter, they take their clothing and abandon them in sub zero temperatures, knowing that their actions will inevitably result in death. This policing practice dates back to 1976 and continues today. The United Nations defines this as genocide.