• New York State Association of
    County Coroners & Medical Examiners

    ny state association of county coroners and medical examiners nysaccme

The New York State Association of County Coroners and Medical Examiners or better known as N.Y.S.A.C.C.M.E., was organized in 1977 to better serve death investigators in the advancement of forensic science and its applications to death investigation.

The mission and goals of our association is to assist in:

The advancement of forensic science and its application to death investigation.

Education of those who interact in the field of death investigation.

Improvement of quality in death investigation in New York State, and the advancement of support by the State of New York, and County and Local governments for the death investigators.

Organization of the efforts of all Coroners and Medical Examiners throughout the State.

Promulgation of standards of death investigation.

Establishment of a Board of Accreditation to accredit and re-accredit Coroners and Medical Examiners for the purpose of maintaining a greater quality of death investigation in New York State.

Assist with writing of new laws and/or changing old laws by maintaining liaison with legislative bodies, representatives, and the State Health Department.

Upcoming Conference

18
Sep

Fall 2020 – Cancelled

Tailwater Lodge

See The Signs – Save A Life

The New York State Association of Coroners and Medical Examiners (NYSACCME), in partnership with the New York State Association of Counties (NYSAC), are proud to present a marketing campaign designed to bring awareness to the signs of opioid abuse.

This eye-opening campaign will run throughout New York State. 30 second vignettes will run on television in all NYS markets and a long form, 60 second message will be delivered digitally, as well.

A comprehensive website, seethesignssavealife.org was created to anchor this campaign and will be a resource for anyone who is affected by this fast growing epidemic.

NYSACCME felt that by showing the after effects of using these lethal substances with an ‘in-your-face’ approach, we might be able to save at least one life.
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