IACME Membership Requirements
There are three levels of membership with IACME, which are outlined below:
- Fellow/Active Member - Fellow members have voting privileges and are able to hold office. Any person eighteen years of age or older will be eligible for Fellow membership in said organization provided that such persons are or have been Coroners, Deputy Coroners, Medical Examiners or members of their respective staffs and/or employed in and/or specializing in the field of medicolegal death investigation and/or the adjunctive disciplines.
- Associate Member -Associate members are those members who are eighteen years or older, who do not meet the status for Fellow or choose not to seek Fellow status but are involved with medicolegal death investigation by some professional/educational means. i.e. students, faculty, retirees, and other individuals associated with medicolegal death investigations. Associate members shall not have the privilege to vote or hold office.
- Honorary Member - Honorary members are those members who are in good standing and are no longer active in the field of medicolegal death investigation. Honorary members will pay no dues and will not be eligible to hold office. They must make application for the status of an Honorary member. Honorary memberships will be approved at the discretion of the Executive Committee or their designee.
Additional classifications of membership may be authorized at the discretion of the Executive Committee.
New Members - The first year of membership to the IACME will be at no cost to the new member. Renewals for membership of the next calendar year are $100 for Fellow/Active Members and $50 for Associate Members.
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