Crime Scene Investigator Forum


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by Phoenix-IRE • | | 2 comments
Hi all, I am looking for URINE test for testing on items such as clothing, something that can add to my visual and olfactory abilities , I hear the commercial echoline test is quite good, and I hear RSID are coming out with a new test. What are people using at the moment????, and more more

Face-to-face vs. phone interview

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by Sam • | | 0 comments
I was invited out of state for a job interview. The employer has recently told me that a phone interview was available for people who can't incur the cost of flying. I've been told by people that it looks bad if you choose the phone interview, it looks like you don't care enough to do more

I wanna be a forensic scientist

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by CSIMorales • | | 0 comments
Hi, i just want a little or a lot help about the steps for become in a forensic scientist. I actually live in Mexico, im study general Medicine. It is my last semester of school but i have to do internal service and comunity service. So in a few 2 years i`ll graduate. i really want to more

Any info would help (:

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by Tain • | | 2 comments
Uhm.. I'm really bad at this stuff haha. But ever since I was 12 (about 2 years ago. I'm 14 now), I've wanted to be a CSI. Though I wanted to kinda get a head start on this stuff.. Since I'm worried I'll fail or something and not end up being a CSI xD So if theres anything I should more

Unique new CSI TV show pilot - investigator needed

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by 33 Entertainment • | | 0 comments
33 Entertainment is looking for the centerpiece of a new show about crime scene investigation. We've produced shows for E!, MTV, ESPN, and IFC and need a host for a pilot, preferably someone in the LA area. EXPERIENCE AS A CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATOR IS A MUST. On camera experience is not more
by awannabesomebody/jod... • | | 0 comments
Hey this is a cooool research site i found by accidentjust go to google and type in          intute..........very informative for all !

blood stain drying time

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by very_cute • | | 7 comments
hi could any1 please give me some scenarios (real or fake) where the drying time of a blood stain could be of relevance? or just explain the relevance of the need to know the drying time of a blood stain i have 1 example - if a crime was committed, e.g stabbing, and a spot of the more

which degree is best??

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by vhanna84 • | | 1 comment
I am getting ready to go back to school and have decided I want to do something in the crime scene analysis field. Which degree would be the best choice to pursue for this goal, a bachelor's degree in forensic science or an A.S. in crime scene technology??? Please help, I am confused about more

School question

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by grahamsn • | | 1 comment
Hello, I have always wanted to become a CSI since I was young. The question I have is the best school option for me. I am now 29 and am going to school at Bellevue community College for Computer science transfer to the Univeristy of Washington. I was going pick up Crimminal Justice, but from more

Career Change

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by CHoots • | | 1 comment
I'm seriously considering a career change. I've been working in corporate America for the past 10 years and know my heart isn't in it. Is it too late for me to consider a career in forensic science? I have a BA not a BS so I understand I will need more education. Did anyone out there start more

background check

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by Sam • | | 5 comments
Can anyone tell me what investigators do during a background check for a forensic position?
by paulgitt • | | 0 comments
I'm considering starting a DNA lab. Can anyone help with how I might go about doing this and what resources could be helpful?

Where to go from here.

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by Ebony2365 • | | 0 comments
Hey, I need help, I am currently working on an associates in crime scene investigations. I also keep hearing that a bach, in Forensic Science is not recomended, I dont know what to do next. I would like to work with the FBI, I dont know what degree I need, Do I need to major in Biology next Or more

Is this school respectable?

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by Pirjo • | | 3 comments
Hi. I am an finnish woman who is living in Germany. I am looking into studying online to become crime scene investigator. I found this school, American Institute of Applied Science, online. I was wondering if it is respectable, and if it will provide any help for me on my way to my dream career.

Do you need to be

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by sosteve • | | 1 comment
To work in CSI do you need to be a US ciziten first.

Advance Photography Classes

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by DennisD • | | 1 comment
Good Day, Hey, does anyone know of ANY advance photography classes in Arizona or New Mexico? I want to get some advanced training in digital but most of the trainings are for newbies!

Private and Independent Labs

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by Budde • | | 3 comments
I was wondering, How often, do you think Private and Independent labs work with law enforcement agencies to process and analyze crime scenes? Meaning they would get a call, go to the scene, process it and take it to their lab and analyze it; along with notifying the police agency with their more

Forensic Biologist Career Advice

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by Cassandra Williams • | | 3 comments
I don't think I went about posting this correctly, but whoever gets it please feel free to respond. I am also trying to knock down the door to the forensic science world and I feel that as I progress academically I get further away from that goal. I am currently working on my Ph.D. in Cell more

Crime Scene Technician/Photographer

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by nmmarin • | | 1 comment
In 2006 I graduated from The Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University with a Certificate of Professional Digital Photography. Since then, I have been trying to get into the Forensic Photography field, without much luck. I live in Mass and have written to many people. What I have more

Australia Crime Scene/Forensic Work

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by Sam • | | 3 comments
Hi Everyone, I should be moving to Australia soon from the UK, and I am looking for information as to the availability of crime scene and forensic positions and if anyone can point me in the right direction. I have a 1st class BSc Honours in Forensic Science, and have done voluntary work for more

German Girl

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by jas • | | 2 comments
Hi, first of all i am so happy that i found this website.... :-) I am a 26 years old girl from germany. I wanted to become a CSI for a long time, but i dont really have the chance here. I am moving to my boyfriend in Texas next year so i thought maybe thats my chance to get my dream job. Do more

Job Interview for Crime Scene Technician

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by wa98059 • | | 7 comments
First and foremost, this is an awesome forum. Thanks Steve! I've been peeking at it ever since it went online. Does anyone have any advice for an upcoming interview for a CST position in Tacoma, WA? Any tips, hints, or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Liffting Prints that are wet

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

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

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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

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