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The Senior Coroner for Dorset covers deaths that occur in the administrative county of Dorset or where the body of a deceased person is found in Dorset, even if they died elsewhere.
The Assistant Coroners act when the Senior Coroner is not available. You can find all publicly available information here.
For more detailed information and/or copies of documents, you need to explain your relationship to the deceased and why you want the information.
Complaints about a Coroner's decision or the outcome of an Inquest can only be dealt with through proceedings in the High Court.
The coroner investigates and records the causes and circumstances of all deaths where the cause is unknown, or that was violent or unnatural, or occurred whilst the deceased was in lawful custody.
This information is only about our local coroner, you can find out more about the role of a coroner.
Location : Coroner's Court, Town Hall, Bourne Avenue, Bournemouth, BH2 6DY If you are researching past cases you have to apply to the Coroner in writing first before you can be given the information you're requesting.
If you are concerned about a death you are entitled to raise these concerns with the Coroner.
You can contact the Coroner's Officers at: Coroner's Office for the County of Dorset Town Hall Bournemouth BH2 6DY Tel: 01202 454910Fax 01202 454977 The Senior Coroner for Dorset is Mrs Rachael Griffin.
The Coroner's office can explain the procedure, but can't give legal advice.
All complaints about the administration of the Dorset Coroner Service, or the conduct of individual coroners or their officers should first be raised by writing to the senior Coroner.
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