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coronial

Referring to the office of the coroner (UK except Scotland)/Procurator Fiscal (Scotland) or acts carried out thereby.
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I'm pleased the committee has taken up NZNO's suggestion that cultural competency training be given to health, coronial and emergency services, but would like a real commitment to implementing the training," she said.
I would like to take this opportunity reassure them that we will fully support any need for disclosure for any future potential coronial processes.
As with all maternal deaths this case is subject to the coronial process and the hospital is unable to make any comment.
He added: "There appeared to be no suspicious circumstances and therefore, as a result of that, in conjunction with officers present and the coroner's officer, I made the decision that we would leave it to a coronial investigation and military police would support that investigation rather than Surrey Police.
Regulatory, health and safety, and licensing - Leading juniors Jan Alam Ropewalk Chambers 'Known for her professional discipline and regulatory expertise, particularly in healthcare, medical and coronial matters.
Australian Coronial data highlighted the lack of standards that result in disparity between what the coroner is legally required to document and what is needed to inform suicide prevention programs in the community (Dodds et al.
It is proposed that the model could be adopted in other Coronial jurisdictions and could be applicable to other disorders requiring multidisciplinary care.
A Coronial inquest examining the circumstances heard on Thursday, the public prosecutor who decided not to oppose Monis' bail two months before the Sydney Siege had only been on the job for two months.
The task of the book has been facilitated by the well-documented series of events that the 1987 melee launched: a coronial inquiry, a local court committal hearing, a district court trial, a criminal appeal that quashed two convictions and ordered one retrial, and in late 1994, a Public Prosecutions permanent stay of proceedings.
Joan Smith "regularly represents police officers and police forces in misconduct and coronial proceedings".
As per the report released by National Coronial Information Systems, oxycodone has even surpassed notorious drug heroine with respect to being the deadliest opioid drug in Australia.
The article goes on to examine the offences and penalties that attach to a failure to comply with coronial reporting obligations.