How do you become a crime scene investigator?
I will be straight forward, I know it is nothing like they show on TV how it is all glamorous and stuff, but the job still does have to get done. So I was just curious as to how you become one. What are the majors? Obviously it's criminal justice, but is there any else like biology or psychology or something? And also do you have to be a policeman first or can you just graduate school then join a squad somewhere without working for a police station for a couple years. Thanks
Asked By: Adam - 5/27/2012
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I did enough crime scene processing to know that it is tedious and boring. If you are interested in forensics (as opposed to crime scene processing), a degree in the hard sciences like biology, chemistry, and physics is required; and there are forensic programs available, wherein these sciences are applied to evidence... More
Answered By: drdr - 5/29/2012
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Get a degree in Forensics. Yes you will have to be a Police Officer first. Visit my blog for more info on this.
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