Coroner's Office
The Coroner reports all County deaths and performs an investigation.
The two exceptions are hospice and natural cause hospital deaths (within a minimum of a 24 hour stay).

The County Coroner determines the time, cause and manner of death as well as working in conjunction with local law enforcement, the Medical Examiner and Prosecuting Attorney.

The five classifications of death: Accident, Natural, Suicide, Homicide & Undetermined. The Coroner web publishes an up to the minute report showing these statistics for the County.

The Who, What, Why, When and How to contacting the Coroner's Office and working with staff along with other helpful links.