Kansas City Regional
Mortuary Operational Response Group (KCRMORG)
How do I become a KCRMORG member?
Submit a letter of intent to email@example.com that contains your name, agency, contact information and a brief statement as to why you want to join the team.
Please include any applicable mortuary operations skills or experience. A member of the Command Staff will contact you and advise you of next steps in the process.
KCRMORG Personnel Code of Conduct
Read and maintain all current KCRMORG Standard Operating Procedures.
Follow procedures for deployment and will not self-deploy under any circumstances.
Be punctual in reporting for duty and in maintaining assigned work schedules.
Not be absent from duty without properly authorized leave.
Identify themselves by displaying their identification cards.
Conduct themselves with dignity, courtesy, and efficiency.
Be dignified, courteous, and cooperative with other members of KCRMORG and with officials and members of government and law enforcement organizations.
Be civil and respectful to members of the KCRMORG Command Staff. It is the member’s responsibility to make inquiry if he/she does not understand an order.
Refrain from any contact with the media.
Not consume any intoxicants while on duty.
Not post any information about their duties on any social networking website.
Not use their cell phones in the morgue.
Not take pictures/audio/video of the deceased. If a member is caught doing so he/she will be removed from the premises.
Not take pictures of the morgue or surrounding area while the daily operations are in progress.
Members will not accept any bribe of money, goods or services in exchange for information.
All personnel are guided by these KCRMORG Codes of Conduct. Each KCRMORG member must be familiar with and adhere to the standards outlined here. The KCMORG Commander will address each case of misconduct and take appropriate action.
All team members will:
Unprofessional conduct such as disrespect of the deceased, their personal effects or families will not be tolerated and shall be considered gross misconduct.