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Liffting Prints that are wet

in Forensic Techniques
by bsmith • | | 4 comments
are there any new procesess for lifting prints that are wet?

Is this more of a "who you know" career?

in Careers
by gatlin • | | 1 comment
I have a science degree, spent considerable volunteer time in a crime lab, have taken additional crime scene related classed, ie; serial # restoration, minor crime scene investigation, etc, have had 5 job interviews, placing second in two of them, to people who volunteered within that more

in Resources
by Boyd Baumgartner • | | 0 comments
Complete Latent Print Examination A great resource for latent fingerprint related items.


in Education
by Felicia • | | 6 comments
I am currently enrolled in a two year college taking criminal justice classes. I am aiming towards becoming a crime scene investigator. I know that I do not want to work in the labs, I want to work in the field. However, I have a feeling that criminal justice classes are not going to help me more

Re: forensic photography

in Equipment and Supplies
by DennisD • | | 12 comments
For those of you already in the field, what camera do you use? I use a Nikon D200, GREAT camera! I play with the camera on the weekends to improve the quality of my photos due to the camera being SO blasted complicated LOL!

Re: hours

in Careers
by Rob • | | 1 comment
I am intersted in being a CSI. What is a typical salary for this profession?

Processing Firearms for latents

in Forensic Techniques
by D7 • | | 8 comments
Does anyone know of any good links or articles that are detailed on the proceedures of some of the new techniques being tried to developed prints on firearms and casings. I am especailly interested in the use of method using an electric charge and toner or the gun bluing methods. Thanks, D7

Questions.... :)

in Careers
by lilbit1971 • | | 26 comments
First off, this site rocks!!! And thanks for creating the forum! I just graduated from an online school, Kaplan University, with my Bachelor's in CJ. My questions is: With my degree being from an online school, is that a problem? I mean, would any agencies frown upon an online degree? I' more

Electrostatic Dust Lifter

in Forensic Techniques
by CSIjoe • | | 2 comments
I have used an electrostatic dust lifter to get shoe prints off a tile floor. I was wondering, can it be used to get shoe prints or tire tracks off a body?

International Positions

in Careers
by anthony88 • | | 4 comments
I am from Britain and currently studying for a degree in forensic science. In May 2009 I will have completed my degree and in July 2010 we intend to move to the USA. If you can, could you tell me a little about the jobs available to internationals and if you have any knowledge of the more


in Education
by Lynette • | | 10 comments
Why exactly is getting a bachelors degree in forensic science not recommended? I am 26 and working on my second bachelors and a new career (my first was in music, very unrelated). I am looking at two different schools to transfer to, both are CA state universities, and one of them offers a more


in Careers
by annie • | | 9 comments
what are the hours of a forensic investigator?

First time job seeker

in Careers
by Danielle G. • | | 20 comments
Ok my question for everyone is what is the best way to get my foot in the door for a CSI job? I am a senior in college and am graduating in the spring with my bachelors in criminal justice and I have really been trying to get a job at a crime lab. The catch 22 that I am finding is they wont more

Welcome to the Crime Scene Investigator Network Forum

in Miscellaneous
by Steve Staggs • | | 44 comments
This forum has been created so those in crime scene investigations, as well as those interested in becoming crime scene investigators, may ask and reply to questions in all areas of forensics. Questions may include career advice through specific forensic techniques. I invite you to register more
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