State Medical Examiner Advisory Board
- • Department of State Police rules
- • appointment of State Medical Examiner
(1) There is hereby established the State Medical Examiner Advisory Board.
(2) The advisory board shall make policies for the administration of ORS 146.003 (Definitions for ORS 146.003 to 146.189 and 146.710 to 146.992) to 146.189 (Use of records to identify human remains and missing persons) and the Department of State Police shall make rules to effectuate such policies.
(3) The advisory board shall recommend the name or names of pathologists to the Superintendent of State Police from which the superintendent shall appoint the State Medical Examiner.
(4) The State Medical Examiner Advisory Board shall consist of 10 members appointed by the Governor and shall include:
(a) The Chairman of the Department of Anatomic Pathology at the Oregon Health and Science University, who shall be the chairperson of the board;
(b) The State Health Officer;
(c) A sheriff;
(d) A trauma physician recommended by the State Trauma Advisory Board;
(e) A pathologist;
(f) A district attorney;
(g) A funeral service practitioner and embalmer licensed by the State Mortuary and Cemetery Board;
(h) A chief of police;
(i) A member of the defense bar; and
(j) A member of the public at large.
(5) The persons described in subsection (4)(a) and (b) of this section shall serve as long as they hold their respective positions. The terms of the persons described in subsection (4)(c), (f) and (h) of this section shall be for four years, except that they shall become vacant if the person ceases to be a sheriff, district attorney or chief of police, respectively. The terms of the other members of the board shall be four years.
(6) A member of the advisory board is entitled to compensation and expenses as provided in ORS 292.495 (Compensation and expenses of members of state boards and commissions).
(7) The advisory board shall meet annually at a time and place determined by the chairperson. The chairperson or any four members of the board may call a special meeting upon not less than one week’s notice to the members of the board.
(8) Six members of the board shall constitute a quorum. [1973 c.408 §2; 1995 c.744 §9]
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