The Coroner’s Office is the legal / medical office mandated by the Statutes of the State of Wyoming to investigate and assist in the determination of the manner and cause of deaths occurring within Natrona County. The Coroner directs independent medical and legal investigations of death cases that come under the jurisdiction of the office.
The Natrona County Coroner’s office provides the people of Natrona County with a thorough forensic investigation in the event of a death, pursuant to Wyoming Statute. The investigation may include, but is not limited to autopsy, toxicology tests, metabolic studies, radiographic diagnostic studies, and social as well as psychiatric history and interviews.
The Coroner’s Office is responsible for determining positive ID of the decedent, as well as manner and cause of death in all cases that fall under the Coroner's jurisdiction. The Coroner is also responsible for finding the cause of death where circumstances surrounding the death are obscure or suspicious.