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Crime Scene Invesigator

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Melody Black

on 11 February 2011

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Crime Scene Investigator Ever seen CSI? How about ? By now people should know TV is not all that it’s cracked up to be. This is where you need to have a strong stomach and be able to handle the scenarios you will be placed in. It involves blood and other gruesome scenes you don't see in every day life. Crime Scenes CSI agents focus on aspects of collecting, handling, analyzing, and preserving evidence. It’s not sunshine and daisies
in this career field. A CSI will do a throughout overview of the scene, Other evidence taken would be such things as FiNgErPrInTs, and whatever else they may be able to use in court. gun casings, hair, bodily fluids, Analyze Evidence Some CSIs are involved in lab work and must be careful with evidence as the CSI agent before them. Testify in Court At times when there is evidence that is too difficult to interpret for others to understand, the investigator must give a testimony to help jurors better understand the crime. They can also have a degree in criminal or forensic science. If you’re interested in becoming a CSI, you should be organized and observant. Unlike the CSI television show, they do not involve themselves with witnesses, but must be able to work efficiently with a team and with officers, lawyers, and coroners. In Canada, You could also feel emotionally One of the drawbacks to being a CSI is that you have to be willing to go to work 24/7. don’t wait until it’s People convient for you to wake up before dropping dead. weighed with the crimes you have to deal with. The salary for a CSI agent can vary. It’s not like they make millions of dollars like a CSI actor. Some places such as Philadelphia offers a starting salary of between $38 733 and $42 700 a year. Starting CSI agents make a little over $15 an hour, while in Orange County they can make between $3 000 and $4 000 a month. it is about $30 000 to $75 000 a year or more. To pursue becoming a CSI agent usually requires a bachelor’s degree in a science such as PHYSICS chemistry BiOlOgY A bachelor’s of science degree usually lasts four years. Some training requirements is for you be a police officer before you become a CSI. If you had training in forensics that is also a big help for you, as well as on-the-job training in crime scene analysis. Bibliography http://www.ehow.com/how_6670619_become-crime-scene-investigator-canada.html http://www.suite101.com/content/becoming-a-forensics-crime-scene-investigator-a89026 http://www.ehow.com/how-does_5032422_long-become-csi-agent.html http://www.careercruising.com/Careers/JobDetails.aspx?LoginID=a2b39dab-5830-4bb9-8e12-151f86eefa6d-&OccNumber=634&Language=English www.wiki.answers.com including taking notes, video, photographs, and sketches.
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