Section 1. Minimum
Standards for Certification.
(a) Every person who is elected or
appointed as a coroner or deputy coroner in or for the
State of Wyoming must satisfactorily complete a Board
approved basic coroners' course within one (1) year from
the date of appointment, as required by W.S. 7‑4‑103.
(i) A coroner or deputy coroner that completes a
Board approved basic coroners’ course not provided by
the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy (WLEA) must also
complete a Wyoming Criminal Law and Procedures class
which includes all subjects covered in that class during
a WLEA coroners’ basic course.
(b) Upon meeting the Minimum Standards
for Employment in Chapter 2 of these rules and
satisfactory completion of these minimum standards for
certification, the coroner or deputy coroner will be
certified by the Director.
(c) Certification of appointees
shall not be deemed indefinite. Certification shall be
effective for two (2) years following basic training and
upon issuance of certification by the Board and
the Executive Director of the Peace Officers
Standards and Training Commission.
Renewal of certification shall be subject to
satisfactory completion of continuing education
requirements promulgated by the board of coroners
standards pursuant to W.S. 7‑4‑211(c)(iii).
(d) Requirements for the basic training
program are set forth by the Board and the Wyoming Peace
Officers Standards and Training Commission.
Coroners' Basic Training Program
(a) The basic coroners' training course
curriculum shall be approved yearly by the Board.