The interactive lecture ‘Off the Record’ is accompanied by a printed publication available to the audience on their chairs and free to take home. This publication serves as both visual evidence and documentation, offering an in-depth exploration of a decade-long examination into the consequences of police risk-based profiling and algorithmic justice. Essentially, the content is drawn from a collection of over 2500 documents disclosed under the Open Government Act (WOO). A curated selection of documents weaves together a compelling narrative, unfolding within the civil servants’ email chain. This narrative, serving as the foundation for the performative lecture, offers a distinctive insight into the inner workings of systems crafted to anticipate the likelihood of young individuals engaging in criminal activities.