We provide the Secretariat to the Employers' Side of the Joint Negotiating Committee for Coroners.
The JNC has 14 members:
- Employers' Side: Local Government Association – 7 members
- Employees' Side: the Coroners Association – 7 members.
2 December 2016
Joint Negotiating Committee for Coroners (management side) has issued the report of an LGA Pay & Numbers Survey 2016 on the pay of coroners.
28 November 2016
The joint secretaries of the JNC for Coroners have today issued joint circular no. 58 to local authorities to inform them of a jointly commissioned JE exercise for coroners.
Coroners circular No. 58 (PDF) 25 November 2016
19 October 2016
Coroners' circular No 57 (PDF) 19 October 2016
30 September 2016
The management side of the JNC for Coroners has written to local authorities - 30 September 2016 - providing an update on the current position in respect of pay for coroners.
Coroners pay update 30 September 2016 (PDF)
1 July 2016
The management side of the JNC for Coroners has written to local authorities (1 July 2016) providing an update on the current position in respect of pay for coroners.
Joint negotiating committee for coroners - management side 1 July 2016
The management side of the JNC for Coroners has written to local authorities (22 January 2015) providing an update on the current position in respect of pay for coroners.
LGA Coroners' pay survey - LA contacts 22 March 2016
Joint negotiating committee for coroners - management side 22 January 2016
Coroners pay - letter from LGA to Secretary of State for Justice 22 January 2016
Coroners attendance at training courses
The Coroners Society has raised concerns with the management side that part-time Coroners and some deputy and assistant deputy coroners are not recompensed for their attendance at training courses. Please find more details in:
Coroners circular no. 55 (PDF file, 1 page, 60KB)
Joint Negotiating Committee for doctors assisting local authorities
Medical referees – In 2007 consideration was given to the future of this JNC following a consultation process. The consultation process identified that very few authorities relied upon the national negotiations. As a consequence the Staff Side, who were represented by the British Medical Association, were formally advised of the Management Side's decision to withdraw from this JNC with effect from 31 March 2008. Thereafter, changes to fees that previously fell within the scope of the JNC have been a matter for local determination.