The mission of the Wisconsin Coroners and Medical Examiners Association:
To establish and promote standardized professional practice among coroners, medical examiners and their staff as set forth by accepted operational guidelines. To draft and advance legislation which facilitates standardized professional practice and administration of the office for the safety and well being of the citizenry, and to deter any legislation that is detrimental to this mission or Association.
MEET THE PRESIDENT
LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT
Board of Directors Meeting:
Chula Vista – Wisconsin Dells, WI
January 19, 2020 at 5:00PM
March 6, 2020 at 5:00PM
MEMBERS: Please log into the Membership side to see proposed changes to the WCMEA Constitution and bylaws. Check under the WCMEA Constitution tab for the letter to members and the proposed language change!
- Draft Fentanyl Bill being proposed: AB335
WCMEA Save the Date – January 20 – 22 2020
WCMEA January 20, 2020 – Conference Lineup
IMPORTANT NEWS & INFO
PROPOSED 979 LEGISLATION:
The WCMEA Legislative Committee is working hard to share the information contained in the proposed 979 legislation. The legislation is important to every Coroner and Medical Examiner office in the state. Wisconsin is one of only five states that does not require C/ME training. This bill as proposed allows for funded training for all death investigators in Wisconsin. The bill also cleans up antiquated language in state statute 979.
This is an important bill!!
Click – To view the 2017 Assembly Bill
Note: On 06-25-17 we were advised that this bill passed out of the Assembly on a unanimous roll call vote!
For questions or info regarding the 979 legislation, contact one of the Legislative Committee members below.
Scott Rifleman – Portage County
Dr. P Douglas Kelley – Milwaukee County
P.J. Schoebel – Dodge County
Barry E. Irmen – Dane County
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE WCMEA, MEMBERSHIP, SERVICES, AND EDUCATION IN WISCONSIN, WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO CONTACT US DIRECTLY BY TELEPHONE OR EMAIL.
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