By Xanthe Mallett, Teri Blythe, Rachel Berry
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The coroner is responsible for each individual dead body throughout the process. If more than one person has died (if there is more than one body lying in the coroner’s area), then each body will form and be subject to a separate investigation and inquest, even if all the deaths occurred at the same time and in the same incident and all the inquests are held at the same time. , 2010a). Section 5(3) of the 2009 Act (UK Government, 2009) also limits the scope of the coroner’s inquest by providing that ‘Neither the … coroner conducting an investigation ….
The Bureau as ‘come to notice’ individuals. The Bureau has physical descriptions and details of the modus operandi of just over 130 such people and keeps records to provide assistance to police forces seeking to identify them. Often, these people present with the same or a similar medical condition or make the same or similar allegations to the police, of sexual assault, for instance. A good example is of a man who often presents with a cut arm to hospital emergency rooms across the north and central England.
2011). These have had an impact on coroner practice. * The report (entitled Report of the Public Inquiry into the Identification of Victims Following Major Transport Accidents—Report of Lord Justice Clarke, but informally known as the Clarke Report [Lord Justice Clarke, 2001]) highlighted the importance of mutual understanding between those involved in DVI: It is vital that each agency knows not only what its role will be in the event of a disaster producing numerous fatalities but also the role of each of the other organisations involved (Lord Justice Clarke, 2001).