Also, there are over 500 jobs listed in the employment opportunity page of the Crime Scene Investigator Network. Many are entry level jobs. Look through the job announcements to see what employers require. You will find that many jobs require a degree, but some do not. Of course, she will be more completive if she has a degree.
Many degree and certificate programs have courses on bloodstain. However, after she is employed by an agency she will receive specialized training. Bloodstain specialization begins with 40 or 80 hours of training received at some point after hire.
Hi my daughter is 14 and wants to become a csi and specialize in blood spatter. What schooling will she have to take to achieve this goal? Thank so much