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Crime scene investigation may refer to: Forensic inspection of a crime scene · CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, a US television series ...

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The glorification of crime scene investigators, thanks to a number of popular television shows, has brought this profession in to the spotlight and spurred many .

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Crime scene investigators (CSIs) go by many names, including evidence technician, crime scene technician, forensic investigator and crime scene analyst.

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The goals and objectives of the Crime Scene Investigations units are the collection, preservation, packaging, transportation, and documentation of physical ...

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On TV shows like "CSI," viewers get to watch as investigators find and collect evidence at the scene of a crime, making blood appear as if by magic and ...

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Introduction. A body washes up on a lonely stretch of beach. A fire in a methamphetamine lab devastates an apartment building. A car accident claims the life of ...

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The primary responsibility of crime scene investigators (CSIs) is to investigate crimes by carefully collecting and analyzing physical evidence. They may collect  ...

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Learn how to become a crime scene investigator. Research the job description and the education requirements and find out how to start a career in crime scene  ...

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A crime scene is any physical scene, anywhere, that may provide potential evidence to an investigator. It may include a person's body, any type of building, ...