The Coroners Officers, on behalf of the Coroner, obtain and record details of all unexpected, unnatural and violent deaths, reported from various informants. They liaise with interested parties, organise Post Mortem examinations and inform parties of the results. Prepare and issue relevant documents to allow families to get on with their registration and funeral ceremonies. Where required, the Coroners Officer will open investigations including inquests ensuring appropriate documentation is completed.
The Coroners officers also conduct identified lines of enquiries, obtaining reports and statements from witnesses, clinicians and outside agencies. Coroners’ officers prepare files for Court, warn identified witnesses of attendance at Court and running Coronial Court hearings. Ancillary duties include dealing with Pathological samples, carrying out identification procedures liaising with foreign Governmental Departments, Advocates and family representative.
David Haries Senior Coroners Officer
Coroners Office Manager and Team
Joanne Peacock Coroners Office Manager
Tracy Irwin – Coroner Support Assistant
Tracey Booker – Court Officer
Sarah Booth - Court Officer
Rob Beardsley - Court Officer
Paul Brown - Jury Bailiff
The Coroners support team headed by The Coroners Office Manager ensures the day to day running of the office and production of statutory paperwork. Also provide support to the Senior Coroner and her team of Assistant Coroners and Coroners officers. Our Court Officers manage the courtroom of the Coroner, meet and greet court attendees and provides assistance to the Coroner in court.
Address and contact details:
The Coroners Court and Office
Crown Court building
Telephone: General Office: 01302 737135
Coroners officers : 01302 737136, 01302 737137
Fax: 01302 736365
Office hours: Monday – Thursday 8.30 a.m. – 4.00 p.m. Friday 8.30 a.m. – 3.30 p.m.
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