Guidance

MOJ Guide to Coroner Services

How to become a Coroner

The Chief Coroner’s Guide to the Coroners and Justice Act 2009

Guidance No.1 The use of post-mortem imaging (adults)

Guidance No.2 Location of Inquests

Guidance No.3 Oaths and Robes

Guidance No.4 Recordings

Guidance No.5: Reports to Prevent Future Deaths

Annex A: Forms – Reports to Prevent Future Deaths

Guidance No.6 The Appointment of Coroners

Guidance No.7 A Cadre of Coroners for Service Deaths

Guidance No.8 Pre-Signed Forms

Guidance No.9 Opening Inquests

Guidance No.10 Warnings to Juries

Guidance No.11 Juries in Railway Cases (Suicides and Accidents)

Guidance No.12 The Inquest Checklist

Guidance No.13 Family Court Proceedings

Guidance No.14 Mergers of Coroner Areas

Guidance No.15 Apparent Bias

Guidance No.16 Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS)

Guidance No.16A Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) 3 April 2017 onwards

Guidance No.17 Conclusions: Short-form and narrative

Guidance No.18 Section 1(4) Reports: Investigation Without a Body

Guidance No.19 Mentors for Coroners

Guidance No.20 Core Competencies for Assistant Coroners

Guidance No.20 Core Competencies for Assistant Coroners Form

Guidance No.21 Translators and Interpreters

Guidance No.22 Pre-Inquest Review Hearings

Guidance No.23 Report of Death

Details of when the guidance was revised

Chief Coroner Joint Guidance on Sudden Cardiac Death – Inherited Heart Conditions

Guidance No.24 Transfers

Guidance No.25 Coroners and the media

Guidance No. 26 Organ Donation

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