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www.excite.com/education/criminal-justice/crime-scene/careers/how-to-become-a-crime-scene-investigator

Have a graduate degree of 4 years in Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) or a related field. Have 6 to 12 months of field work experience. Get a professional ...

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Apr 8, 2021 ... In most cases, crime scene investigators are required to hold at least a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited post-secondary ...

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Jun 15, 2021 ... Step 1: Earn an undergraduate degree; Step 2: Complete police academy training (if required); Step 3: Gain on-the-job experience; Step 4: Become ...

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Jun 15, 2021 ... Crime scene investigator education prepares students for working with evidence in real crime scenes and helping police solve the crime. CSI ...

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Each employer establishes the educational or academic requirements for the crime scene investigator: Some employers accept a two-year degree and others require ...

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Earn a bachelor's degree. Most law enforcement agencies require crime scene investigators to hold bachelor's degrees in forensic science, chemistry or biology.

www.prospects.ac.uk/job-profiles/crime-scene-investigator

As a crime scene investigator, you'll be involved in securing and protecting crime scenes, and collecting evidence from crime scenes, post-mortems and other ...

www.ncchomelearning.co.uk/how-to-become-a-crime-scene-investigator

Being a CSI means working as part of a team. You will be supervised closely by a senior forensic scientist both in the field and with administration based task.

www.wikihow.com/Become-a-Crime-Scene-Investigator

Crime Scene Investigators (CSIs) are employed by many law enforcement agencies to collect and document evidence. However, the label "CSI" is often used to ...

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Steps to Become a CSI: A CSI has been specially trained to work with law enforcement and collect forensic evidence (physical, such as footprints, fingerprints, ...

www.crime-scene-investigator.net/becomeone.html

Some positions require you have a 4 year degree in science while others only require a GED or High School graduation. Generally, if you want to work in a crime ...