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How much money does a forensic crime scene investigator earn?

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You can become a crime scene investigator by taiking forensic classes. They are quite fun!



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Sounds like you want be a csi, crime scene investigator, or a forensic patologist or something.


The site www.crime-scene-investigator.net is full of information about CSIs and the Forensic field. Check out how to become a CSI at http://www.crime-scene-investigator.net/becomeone.html. Also, on the employment page http://www.crime-scene-investigator.net/employment.html you can look at the job descriptions on current postings to see what different jobs are involved in being a Forensic Crime Scene Investigator. This network is a great resource for anyone interested in the Forensic field!


The degree you should receive if you want to be a detective but may switch to forensic science or crime scene investigator or something similar is criminal justice.


you need to be strong minded to be a crime scene investigator


A famous crime scene investigator is Henry Lee.


I want to know approxamately how much a crime scene investigator makes in a week or how much they get paid an hour.



There are many testing centers in Tennessee for those wanting to become a crime scene investigator. One is the Local Forensic Agency of Tennessee. There are others as well.


To the best of my knowledge the professional person who investigates a crime where it was perpetrated is called "a crime on scene investigator".


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AnswerWRONG--> absolutely not....a police officer many times is a crime scene investigator on his own...maybe not murders but burglaries, car larcenies, etc.....college cannot give you what you need to know to be a good crime scene investigator...only experience with criminals and the scenes themselves can give you what you need...You have to go to college to become a crime scene investigator because you need a degree in criminal justice and forensic science.


A crime scene investigator analyzes evidence from a crime scene. A detective does show up to the crime scene. They just cant touch evidence.


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the investigator actually looks at the crime and takes pictures to bring back to the analyst to figure out what everything was in the crime scene


The crime scene investigator license allows you to process a crime scene. This website outlines the basics: http://www.pennfoster.edu/csibasics-cert/.


There are no special health benefits associated with being a crime scene investigator.


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The advantages of using a crime scene investigator is that they can use their expertise and experience to determine what took place at a crime scene. However, without solid evidence most cases cannot just take the word of the crime scene investigator.


The salary of a crime scene investigator usually varies between different agencies and the position he holds in the department. The salary of a crime scene investigator currently ranges from $30k to $50k a year.


Being a crime scene investigator is an advantage favorable to the investigator himself bacause he can be excused from being the suspected one.


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