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The result of an inquest is ‘a finding and determination’, a formal document required under Section 10(1) of the 2009 Act (UK Government, 2009) and will detail those matters required to be found from the evidence by Section 5(3) of the 2009 Act (UK Government, 2009)—‘(a) who the deceased was; (b) how, when and where the deceased came by his or her death; (c) the [personal] particulars (if any) required … to be registered concerning the death’. However, Section 10(2) of the 2009 Act (UK Government, 2009) makes it clear ‘that a determination …..

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).

Additionally, despite the introduction within the 2009 Code of Practice of a requirement for relevant identification samples (such as DNA, fingerprints, and dental records) to be obtained for all cases, this statutory instrument only governs the police service and does not apply to coroner’s investigations. Given that the majority of unidentified cases do not relate to murders (where samples are routinely collected), the collection of such materials is reliant on the coroner’s judgment. The Bureau is working with the Ministry of Justice and the Chief Coroner, who has responsibility for regulating the work of the coroners, to improve practices; however, it is acknowledged that DNA, for example, is not currently being collected in all cases.

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