Did you know?
The office of Coroner is not among the first government services that come to
mind when citizens think what they pay for with property taxes. The Coroner is
an obscure job visible mainly to the members of public safety agencies,
journalists and relatives of those who die from suspected homicides, suicides or
accidents. Other members of the public have little reason to familiarize
themselves with the workings of the office or the qualifications of those who hold
the office of Coroner.
The Missouri Coroners' and Medical Examiners' Association was established in
1985 to manage and maintain a coroners association for the benefit of members
who are duly elected coroners in the state of Missouri. To aid in the
establishment, improvement and maintenance of a uniform and stable system of
laws relating to the regulation of coroners in the state of Missouri and the
qualifications; training, rights, duties, and privileges of coroners. To aid in the
establishment, promotion, improvement and maintenance of courses, classes,
lectures, seminars and conferences calculated to encourage and advance the
education and training of coroners in the state of Missouri. To research, compile
and disseminate material and information relating to all matters or things of
whatsoever character concerning coroners or of the interest of coroners. To
engage in any activity permitted by law intended to promote and protect the
interests of coroner in the state of Missouri and to do any and all acts or things
incidental, necessary or convenient to the accomplishment of these objects and
The office of coroners and medical examiners are governed by the Missouri
Revised State Statutes in Chapter 58.
|Missouri Coroners' and
R. Eddie Wilson, MCMEA Executive Director
Questions or concerns feel free to contact Missouri Coroners' and
Medical Examiners' Association at email@example.com.