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Crime Scene Investigation

In the future, one of my key careers to think about joining is crime scene investigation.

Katherine Sheafe

on 24 January 2013

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A criminal scene investigator is the investigator and analyzer of crimes commited. They look at the evidence at crime scenes and determine whether the crime commited is a sucide or a homicide. They analyze the fingerprints and physical evidence left. They may even deal with mutiple scenes connected to the original place the murder took place. The evidence they deal with is testimonal and physical, or in other words witness reports and the actual hard proof of the crime. Evidence goes from the murder weapon to the blood of the victim. The real job happens when they process it. They help catch the muruder and figure out how the crime was committed. At times, they communicate with the police. Mostly, they speak with the people involved with the victim and connect it with the evidence to see the true nature of things. The job is restless and stressful due to the fact that if they mess up, they could risk more people's life and probably convict the wrong person. Crime Scene Investigator The Tipbits
Crime Scene Investigation
By Katherine Sheafe I could tell you all I could. Now you have to go out and try it for yourself! Good luck and let's see if you can actually become an crime scene investigator!!!
Let Flight.. Get Ready.. And GO!!! Ask Questions about
What A Crime Scene Investigator Does?
What Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities Are Required For The Job?
What Experience and Education Is Needed For The Job?
What Salaries do they get?
What are their ranks? Learn About The Job A Good Resume Is The Thing that gets you closer to the job of your dreams. Require one in your application to where you plan to work, even if they don't require it. It makes you look good and sets you apart from getting the interview with the agency and not even having a chance. The difference is huge when it comes to getting the job. You are trying to impress them with what you got no matter what! Apply For The Job Statistics Many Steps To Becoming One Step 1
Learn About The Job
Step 2
Prepare For The Job Step 3
Apply For The Job
Step 4
Testing Interview If You Pass, You Get The JOB!!!! But.... Getting The Job Should Benefit You.
Consider Some Factors To Help You Choose The Job The Fits You Perfectly!!! Consider These When Finding The Job!
*Preferences* Oh...Don't Worry. I'm Here To Help You Through It ALL!!! So.... ARE YOU READY TO BEGIN??!! I Thought So! LET'S GO!! The Solution is to
Contact Agencies where you like to work
Find out Their Requirements
What their Criminal Investigators do
Any Job Applications that are available there PREPARE FOR THE JOB!!! Some positions require
A 4 year degree in Science
A GED( High School Graduation) Work In A Crime Laboratory As A Criminologist
A 4 year degree In Science ( Biology or Chemistry)
Work In As A Crime Scene Technician
A Less Formal Education
There are cases where you are a sworn police officer to become a Crime Scene Investigator, but most don't follow that route. Simple Enough Huh! TESTING AND THE INTERVIEW! It's Time for HOMEWORK!
Oh, Don't worry about that.
I got it covered for help. You are probably wondering why homework? Well It's because a test of all tests will be passed out for you to ace!!! After you interview with the agency, a test is required to be taken to see if you actually got what it takes for this job!
Remember.... be ready to answer the typical questions about the department you plan to work at. Be ready to answer all their questions. Also make sure to beef up on the community the department surrounds. After all that studying, you should be 100% (or however much effort you put into it) ready to join the ranks of that fellow organization. You Can Do It!!! But There's MORE!!! The local government happens to be the highest when it provides jobs. The annual median salary is $61,230 and that's with the average CSI compensation of $29.44 per hour. In the federal executive branch, averages $75,390 and a hourly mean wage $36.25.
In a state government, its averages an $54,940 and an hourly mean wage $26.41. District of Columbia, New Jersey, California, Maryland, and Delaware are the highest paying states.
District of the Columbia is the highest of them all. It's detectives and criminal investigators earn an annual mean salary of $94,620 and an hourly mean wage of $45,49.
New Jersey follows with an annual average salary of $85,930 and an hourly mean wage of $41.31.
The State of California has an average annual salary of $80,140 and an hourly average wage of $38.53.
In Fourth, Delaware pays an annual salary of $77,960 and an hourly mean wage of $37.48.
In Fifth, Maryland pays an annual mean salary of $77,910. Salary's The range for the salaries is between $37,960 to $99,980. Some factors to this are employer, government level (local, state, federal, etc.), location, and specific areas in the field. By 2018, the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics sees and 20% increase in employment rate of CSI jobs. But...the promotions will be based on experience and expertise. It means that you should continue and extend your CSI education as much as you can, so you can have the bigger boss advantage in the job industry and have that big pay check I told you about awhile ago! Being a CSI is very emotional and filled with a lot of physical work. Without them, it would not be possible to solve crimes where no hope comes up to the surface. Though the joy of serving justice to others and with the salary being a good motivator, many investigators do this job for the reason that they get a sense of fulfillment from solving crimes even from the terrible to horridenous. Resources!!!!!

* Rest came from Konachan, Google, and I believe Zerochan for the other pics.. and Youtube for the video...enjoy!!! XD :3 * Pros
Find the bad guys.
Bring Justice to the system and people of the community.
Good Pay! $$$$
Find peace to the family of the victim.
Why I want to do this?
The career is so interesting! I love the action and chemical analysis! I love to critical think and helping people! Though the crime scenes may be hard to handle, but I would love to be involved in science. I can actually see myself being one in the future since I wonder more about how things occured and making justice come to this world's system. I am more closer to thinking more like one than ever. It is one of my dream careers and in the future I hope I may pursue it when my medical doctor path doesn't work. Cons
Life is at risk most of the time with the chemicals involved and the criminal probably trying to find you
Could put the wrong person in jail
Could be too late to find the crook and risk more peoples' lives
Long Hours
Can't quite spend quality good time with family
Can't handle the pressure of death being around you all the time
Might investigate the death of someone personal to you and you might be conflicted with it
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