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The Weld County Coroner's office has participated by having a booth that showed scene photos and their levels of alcohol or drug use that might have contributed to their death. Along with statistics o

Alive at 25.

The Weld County Coroner's office has participated for the past several years by having a booth that showed scene photos and their levels of alcohol or drug use that might have contributed to their dea

Coroners Truck

Weld County Deputy Coroner in conjunction with different school districts and local fire department will conduct a mock accident to demonstrate to the youth of dangers of Drinking and Driving.

In a collision between a car and a train, the car always loses. A badly damaged car, which was hit by a train, shows how important it is to stop, look and listen when crossing train tracks; sponsored

Firefighters at the Tailgate the Safety Way

Weld County Deputy Coroner in conjunction with different school districts and local fire department will conduct a mock accident to demonstrate to the youth of dangers of Drinking and Driving.

Airlife of Greeley flew their helicopter into a nearby sports field and talked about their role in saving lives through quick response.

Weld County Deputy Coroner in conjunction with different school districts and local fire department will conduct a mock accident to demonstrate to the youth of dangers of Drinking and Driving.

Student Examining a Death Certificate at the Educational Talent Search Summer Enrichment Program

Weld County Chief Deputy Coroner Mark Ward, spoke to UNC Criminal Justice students about the importance of ethics in the workplace.

Weld County Deputy Coroner in conjunction with different school districts and local fire department will conduct a mock accident to demonstrate to the youth of dangers of Drinking and Driving.

Weld County Chief Deputy Coroner Mark Ward, spoke to UNC Criminal Justice students about the importance of ethics in the workplace.

Weld County Chief Deputy Coroner Mark Ward, spoke to UNC Criminal Justice students about the importance of ethics in the workplace.

Weld County Deputy Coroner in conjunction with different school districts and local fire department will conduct a mock accident to demonstrate to the youth of dangers of Drinking and Driving.

Weld County Deputy Coroner in conjunction with different school districts and local fire department will conduct a mock accident to demonstrate to the youth of dangers of Drinking and Driving.

Community Involvement
Mock Accidents: Weld County Deputy Coroner in conjunction with different school districts and local fire department will conduct a mock accident to demonstrate to the youth of dangers of Drinking and Driving.

Coroner Community Involvement

If you are interested in the Weld County Coroner's Office participating in any of your future events please contact Mark Ward at mward@co.weld.co.us.

TRAININGS:

Death Notifications DEATH NOTIFICATIONS:

Training and advice on the subject of informing the family of a death was provided to and specifically geared to the unique circumstances of EMT/Paramedics in that position. Class was given by Mark Ward, Weld County Deputy Coroner.

Radiologically Contaminated TrainingHandling of a Body/Human Remains that are Potentially Radiologically Contaminated.

Radiological Training for Emergency Responders the purpose of this Model Procedure is to identify precautions and provide guidance to Medical Examiners/Coroners on the handling of a body or human remains that are potentially contaminated with radioactive material from a transportation incident involving radioactive material. Program was taught by the Transportation Emergency Preparedness Program – U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Hosted by Weld County Coroners.

Professional Ethics PROFESSIONAL ETHICS IN THE WORK PLACE: 

Weld County Chief Deputy Coroner Mark Ward, spoke to UNC Criminal Justice students about the importance of ethics in the workplace .
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SCHOOL DEMONSTRATIONS:

Mock AccidentsMock Accidents

Weld County Deputy Coroner in conjunction with different school districts and local fire department will conduct a mock accident to demonstrate to the youth of dangers of Drinking and Driving.

The Greeley Dream TeamThe Greeley Dream Team

(Educational Talent Search Summer Enrichment Program) welcomed 6th and 7th graders from around the District for a Day of Career Forum. There were several businesses and career orientated from the community that volunteered their time to speak to the middle schoolers about possible careers and the importance of staying in school and receiving an education. If you would like to know more about The Greeley Dream Team please call 970-348-6385.

COMMUNITY OUTREACH:

 Tailgate the Safety Way“Tailgate the Safety Way.”

“Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive Drunk.” It’s a phrase we hear regularly in the media.

The Weld County Coroner’s office has participated for the past several years by having a booth that showed scene photos and their levels of alcohol or drug use that might have contributed to their death.

For more information contact Kristi Helzer, 970.506.1882 or Sue Helfrich, 970.353.8572

Drinking and Driving a Deadly Mix“ Drinking and Driving a Deadly Mix”

The Weld County Coroner’s office has participated by having a booth that showed scene photos and their levels of alcohol or drug use that might have contributed to their death. Along with statistics of county DUI accidents.

For more information on this or other My Life Programs, please call Janet Chase, Aims Community College Student Life Department at (970) 339-6501.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Office of the Coroner

915 10th Street
Greeley, CO 80632
(3rd Floor) Rm. 325

Mailing Address:
PO Box 758
Greeley, CO 80631-0758

Phone: (970) 400-4990
Fax: (970) 392-4546

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
9:00 a.m. - 5 :00 p.m.
Office Hours - Not closed for lunch


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Information Request Form

Comment or Concern Form


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