hi guys i want to become this but i don't know the name of the job:
someone who collects evidence at the crime scene such as prints and blood stains or all other kinds of evidence, then send the stuff to laboratory (i will not be the one who analyzes the samples) i will then get results and investigate until i find the guilty guy. whats the name of the job? and whats the salary? lastly can you please recommend me a good uni to study this career?
thanks for your help.
There are special areas or careers that require critical and analytical thinking. In the field of business, it is important that businessmen will analyze figures and think of possible ways to make their business to flourish. In fixing cars, mechanics or repairmen need to analyze well how they could return things back to normal and how they could make things function back again. Before they start to fix things or to implement interventions, they need to make an assessment first and study the whole problem.
Crime scene investigators have this special talent when it comes to solving problems. They do their best and really work out just so they could provide answers or solutions to the problem. As you can see, the work of a crime scene investigator is not easy. All they have are unclear evidences, tracks, unsupported facts and assumptions and a head ache. They need to study well the evidences and the proofs that will answer the crime.