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Transcript of Career Project
Tasks & Daily Activities
of a CSI
Professionals who deal with complex crime scenes such as..
physical evidence from crime scenes
writing notes & reports in regards to the crime scene
sketching (sometimes) a crime scene
The salary of a CSI can vary greatly.
Salary depends on:
crime laboratory analyst
crime lab assistant
property evidence personnel
Also known as a forensic science technician.
These are the people who are called upon when a serious crime is committed.
They are responsible for collecting, handling, & packaging evidence from crime scenes.
High School Diploma
associate's degree (minimum)
bachelor's degree, preferably
Previously sworn police officer (only some agencies require this)
forensic science (preferably)
4-10 years, does not include the time period of being a sworn in police officer
bachelor's degree in forensic science, criminal justice, or criminology
pursue a master's degree, higher education = higher salary
(to advance in career)
Annual Earning Estimates:
Works standard hours; 40-hour work week
Typically are required to work "stand by" hours- available to respond to any calls & called to a crime scene at any given hour of the day
May have to travel to different locations
Work with other professionals in the law enforcement department
Job Outlook is the same for all typical, standard jobs in America. Growing at a steady rate.