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What's the difference????

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by letibug • | | 0 comments
I'm interested in enrolling in school for a degree in the forensics field - specifically crime scene investigations (technician) or evidence technology /processing. I've seen a Bachelors degree in Forensic Science and a Bachelors in Crime Scene Investigations. From what I have read (there's no...read more

American InterContinental University reviews

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by letibug • | | 5 comments
This is the only online university that offers a BS in Forensic Sciences (so my choices are, as an understatement, limited). Has anyone gone through AIU? Any info, recommendations, warnings, reviews, advice????? Want to get as much info as possible before I jump. Thanks!

What's the difference???

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by letibug • | | 3 comments
I'm interested in enrolling in school for a degree in the forensics field - specifically crime scene investigations (technician) or evidence technology /processing. I've seen a Bachelors degree in Forensic Science and a Bachelors in Crime Scene Investigations. From what I have read (there's no...read more

CSI education - teen level

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by Denise Krawczyk • | | 2 comments
My son, age 16, is entering the 11th grade in North Tonawanda High School in NY this Fall, and he is interested in the field of crime investigation. Where can I find any teen level educational exhibits or forums that he could attend to learn more about this field? We are located in the Tonawan...read more

salery range

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by taylar • | | 1 comment
ok what would be the salery range for a college graduate in CSI

Australian Postgrad in Forensics/Toxicology and Biomed

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by Sadie • | | 0 comments
Hello! I will finish my degree in Forensics and Toxicology and Biomedicine in November this year and am currently living in Australia but plan to move back to the UK next year. I'm having trouble accessing information on employment opportunities. Can anyone advise me where to go or who to conta...read more

Jobs with just an AA while getting BA

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by wrsmith79 • | | 0 comments
I will graduate with my AA after fall quarter and I am looking to start working in my cereer field, while getting my degree in Criminal Justice to get qualified for an investigator job. I was wondering what jobs I qualify for while continuing to go to school to get my BA. Can anyone help?

Forensics as a class

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by Allison Haupert • | | 1 comment
Currently I'm very very interested in being in Forensics! I'm in a class where we can job shadow people that have the job we want. I'm really wanting to job shadow someone who does some time of forensics. Any ideas where to get this?

evidence/crime scene photographer looking for employment oportunities

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by jay • | | 1 comment
Hello all, Just came across this network and have found a lot of great information. I am new to the field of evidence/crime scene photography. I am a certified evidence photographer who has just changed career paths from portrait/wedding into this field. I am looking for any networking poss...read more

Crime Scene Ride-Along

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by Lloyd WL Davis • | | 0 comments
Hi Everyone, My partner and I have just graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Forensic Science and as a reward are taking a trip to The Good Ol' US of A. We are visiting both Los Angeles and San Francisco and I'm wondering if anyone can provide any information as to whether there are any forces that...read more

Off Camera Flash

in Equipment and Supplies
by glocknroll • | | 1 comment
I am currently shooting a Canon T1i Digital SLR. Has anyone found a good wireless off camera flash unit for oblique lighting situations?

The Philosophy of Friction Ridge Examination

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by Boyd Baumgartner • | | 0 comments
The Philosophy of Friction Ridge Examination This is a video I created that examines the assumptions, methods and limits of fingerprint identifications.
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