The purpose and objective of the South Carolina Coroner's Association is:
To assist its members in any and all possible ways to improve their ability to perform the functions of their offices with the highest degree of professionalism.
To create better public relations between its members and the public.
To conduct educational seminars and other similar programs for the benefit and welfare of its members.
To maintain a high level of ethical conduct on the part of all Coroners; to provide a forum of constant exchange of knowledge and experience among all of the Coroners of the State of South Carolina.
To propose and lobby for new laws to improve death investigation in South Carolina and to do all things necessary or incidental to the foregoing.
South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster presented former Edgefield County Coroner Thurmond Burnett with the state's highest civilian honor , The Order Of The Palmetto in his office at the State House Tuesday morning. Coroner Burnett was recognized for being the longest serving South Carolina coroner with 47 years of service. Pictured left to right are, SCCA President Dennis Fowler, Mrs. Cindy Burnett, Coroner Burnett and Governor McMaster.
2018 SCCA Training Conference June 26-29
Make you room reservations early for our annual South Carolina Coroner's Association Annual Training Conference June 26-29 at Litchfield Golf Plantation in Pawley's Island. This is the same location as in 2017. You may call Litchfield at 888-734-8228 to make your reservations at Litchfield Plantation or at Litchfield Resort. Rooms have been blocked for the association. Be sure to give them our group name: Coroner's Association 2018 and our group Number: 827228. Our keynote speaker this year will be Michele Stuart of JAG Investigations. She is a highly sought after instructor of advanced investigation techniques and intelligence gathering. She will be with us for a full day of training.