YOU HAVE VOTED FOR WHIPPS!
Thank you for voting for Coroner Whipps in the Primaries; your vote ensures an office that runs ethically, professionally, and with integrity.
It is easy to forget positions like County Coroner when taking to the polls. It is with a humbled ‘thank you’ that I get to continue serving Natrona County and continue to lead the NC Coroner’s Office to conduct the highest standard of death investigation.
Thank you for voting Whipps!
When Experience Counts
When you need a trusted advocate
Coroner, James 'Jim' Whipps, knows how important it is to have compassion for families experiencing their hardest day, and works diligently to find closure for every case.
With 20 years of experience, Coroner Whipps has built an extensive network, necessary for professional investigations.
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appointed by authority
Coroner Whipps was the chosen candidate of the Republican Party and the Natrona County Commissioners and took over for Connie Jacobsen after she retired in fall 2019.
Coroner Whipps served as lead investigator under Connie Jacobson and has not only continued her initiatives such as national accreditation, but has implemented his own, with current efforts to develop a case management database for all state coroner's offices.
Coroner Whipps understands the importance of continuing to be nationally accredited and has taken the steps necessary to maintain the office's accredidation. Learn more here.
In addition, Coroner Whipps has been appointed by Governor Gordon to serve on the Governor's Council on Impaired Driving to help enhance public safety .
He also serves on the Wyoming Child Justice Act Task Force which conducts reviews of all child deaths and major injuries occurring in protective custody. His work with the task force is to help improve the response to child maltreatment and improve the outcomes for children in state care.
Coroner Whipps also serves with the Natrona County Suicide Prevention Task Force, helping to identify preventative techniques and promote help-seeking behavior.