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by Anthony • | | 0 comments
Hi Everyone, I was wondering if anybody in the world of forensics (or anyone else) has done research on how the different fabric types of clothing affects the quality of bloody footwear marks/impressions on clothing? And also if it's something worth doing research on? Many thanks, An...read more
by Jessica Baker • | | 0 comments
I am interested in anyone trained in criminal investigation to look at a few pictures of what seems like Marilyn's death scene that have surfaced. I believe they might be real. There is bruising of some sort all over her face and her hair is wet. Was she beaten or is can you tell maybe she drown...read more
by Angie • | | 0 comments
I've graduated with a bachelors degree in Criminal Justice/Criminology and I'm interested in going into Crime Scene Tech work. Which is better to land a job in this field: another degree in Crime Scene or a certificate of completion from a junior college?
by Joseph Caruana • | | 0 comments
Hi all, I am a member of the Malta Police Forensic Science Laboratory and we are searching for acquiring an evidence vacuum sweeper for use on crime scenes. On browsing on the net I have found some sweepers that could be useful for our needs, but cannot decide which to choose? Is there any wh...read more
by Op • | | 0 comments
Hello. I have a interview soon with a local coroner's office for an intern position. What kind of questions should I expect? What would be good awnsers?
by Bo Jo • | | 1 comment
What's the difference between a crime scene technician and a crime scene investigator?
by cassie • | | 0 comments
Hi i'm a sophomore in high school and i have to interview a crime scene investigator for my forensic class. The purpose of this interview would to make links between what i've learned throughout the semester in my Forensic Science class and the everyday real life roles of the wide variety of wor...read more
by student4um • | | 1 comment
Hello I am a student at a school in a small city. I chose the career of a crime scene investigator and it's manadotory for me to interview someone in this field. So if there is anyone that can do an email interview please send me an email send me an email Email infor andres_vasquez12@icloud.com
by Sadiexo • | | 0 comments
Hi, my name's Sadie. I've been thinking about going into forensics for my major. I've recently have been going to school for Early Childhood Education but realized it's not for me. I know it's a big step to go from ECE to Forensics but I've had an unsettling childhood where I feel very passionat...read more
by Rae • | | 0 comments
I am moving to Canada with an undergraduate degree in Forensic Science, does anyone know of any establishments that hire graduates or have graduate schemes? Or even internships or traineeships? Anywhere in Canada is fine.
by Joyce • | | 0 comments
Detecting fingerprints, debris, fibres, hairs, shoe marks, tire prints and other micro traces evidence on the floor/wall lever and flat surface----- OR-GZJ30B . Rechargeable Lithium Ion batteries 100 minutes working time External Dimension: 142*247*50 mm 30W with brightness adjustable wh...read more
by Yvonne • | | 0 comments
I have a project and it is related to my career, which is homicide detective/crime scene investigator, and I need someone to interview. I live in a small town, so its not usual to find someone who does what I want to do. I was just wondering if anyone is willing to be my interviewee via email? I...read more
by A • | | 1 comment
Hi and thanks for reading my post. I'm a student at a local college getting my associates in Forensics and I want to be a Deputy Coroner/Coroner Investigator. Are there any death investigators here that could possibly give me some general advice regarding the hiring process/your daily job life? ...read more
by Nkosi • | | 5 comments
I am currently searching for a forensic analyst or Crime Scene Technician position. I have my degree in Forensic Science and I have 3 years experience as an officer. If anyone knows anyone with connections or knows of anyone I could network with please let me know. It would be greatly appreciate...read more
by Frankmia • | | 2 comments
I used blue star magnum luminol to detect blood inside an apt. The blood did light up an intense blue, but when I spray the wood floor almost everywhere I spray lights up a yellow greenish color. Not sure if this stuff just normally lights up yellow green by itself and just blue where blood was ...read more
by Belry • | | 1 comment
A person was missing, after 4 days the body was found in a creek bloated and the pants pulled below the buttock. The picture taken by the uncle of this missing person was that of a body with the face down lying in the ambulance completely covered with a thick green sheet, only the feet and the l...read more
by Terri Mulhern • | | 1 comment
I have 10 questions that I would like someone to answer for an assignment if at all possible. The assignment is due next week and I need to get a head start. Thank you. 1. What goes through your mind when you’re assigned a story? 2. In your experience, what makes a “good” crime story or courtr...read more

Materials and equipment list

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by Joe • | | 2 comments
What is your your list when your at a crime scene

Cost for training

in Education
by KP • | | 1 comment
If I wanted to get training to be a criminal investigator how much would it cost all together or could you pay in chunks?

Forensic Help

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by Anthony • | | 2 comments
Hi Everyone, My name is Anthony a Swedish native in my final year/semester of forensic studies at my university in London (United Kingdom). During my time of study I have always had great aspirations of pursuing a career in forensic toxicology or marks and traces in the forensic field in the ...read more

Science Fair

in Research
by R. Lewis • | | 1 comment
Hello, I am working on a new process tweaking crime scene investigation tools that are used today in hopes that they may be helpful to law enforcement offices in 3rd world countries. I am doing this for a high school science fair project and I currently have no college education in criminal or f...read more

entry level CSI? 2013 graduate looking

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by C. Leskowsky • | | 5 comments
Hello, I graduated with an associate's degree in criminal investigations in 2013, and was looking for something entry level in the field. There is nothing currently in Alabama because they want us to be police officers first. I am willing to relocate, even if it's just apprentice style work or a...read more

How to develop latent fingerprints on all kinds of paper evidence by Non Destructive Test

in Forensic Techniques
by Joyce • | | 0 comments
It is used widely using Ninhydrin such tranditional way to detect latent fingerprints, but for the tissue paper such loose structure papers, Ninhydrin cannot do, so how to get the latent fingerprints? 1, Not need chemical reagent, not pollute the paper. 2, Even the tissue paper, detect late...read more

Becomming A CSI

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by Alyssa • | | 6 comments
Hello, I am currently applying for universities and colleges but I had a question that I just wanted to make sure I was right about before making any final decisions. Would a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice or even Criminology with a few classes in forensics be enough to get admitted for ...read more

Facebook page may be of interest

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by Robert Green • | | 0 comments
Hope it's ok to share our FB page from the University of Kent - forensic science programmes with you. I try to post most days with news items, articles, ebooks, podcasts and jobs... Hope you'll find of interest and like/share. Robert Green - University of Kent. https://www.facebook.com...read more
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