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Post by Marklee on Mon Feb 01, 2016 5:48 pm

How to become a crime scene technician:

Instructions - Difficulty: Challenging

Step 1 Decide if you would like being a forensic scientist or science technician. You will need to take plenty of college-level math and science courses. Once you're hired you will need to be comfortable with looking at and handling bodies, tissues and body fluids. You will also need to enjoy working in a laboratory setting as you analyze samples.

Step 2 Get a degree in science. All forensic science technicians have four-year college degrees. Most of them hold degrees in forensic science. If your school does not offer a forensic science degree, chemistry and biology are good substitutes because they require you to take many difficult science and math courses.

Step 3 Pad your resume with good experiences. When you are in college, get a job in a professor's laboratory. Of course a forensics laboratory would be best. It will give you experience and the opportunity to work with a professional forensic scientist. Don't be discouraged if you do not get a job in a forensics laboratory right away. Start in a general chemistry lab or something similar. As you get experience, you will more likely get into a forensics laboratory in your later years of college.

Step 4 Search for forensic science technician jobs. You can do this by networking. Ask a forensic scientist you met during college if he has any contacts for you. You can also call your local medical examiner's office or a local private forensics laboratory.


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Post by Allensmith on Mon Feb 01, 2016 6:48 pm

Great article shared about how to become a crime scene technician...


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