The coroner is appointed to investigate unexplained deaths, and to conduct inquests where necessary. Coroners can also arrange for post-mortem examinations.
This information was last updated on 25 March 2021.
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Which deaths are reported to the coroner?
The government have recently published a guide for bereaved people. The guide includes information about coroner investigation and inquest processes, as well as useful links to services which will provide you with help and support.
Please click here for the Guide to Coroner's Services.
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