the public some confident in forensic science
forensic entomology, forensic chemistry, forensic medicine.
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biological, chemical, or physical samples -Hope this could help y'all in some way!
No i wouldn't think so - I did a bachelor of science and then a post-graduate diploma in forensic science and then a Masters in forensic science and even then Im still up against alot of people for the small number of forensic lab jobs. The other option which I have done is to join the police, sowrn or non-sworn, You can do some forensics with them!
There are many colleges and universities that offer forensic science courses. Colleges such as Arcadia College and Pheonix College are some examples that offer such courses.
When you are looking for forensic science jobs the best place to look would be the job sites. Some will let you upload your CV so employers can find you. Others let you browse the forensic science jobs section to help you find something in your area.
Obviously, you would need to learn math and science. From there, you would also need some law-enforcement training and specialty college courses for forensic science.
by using a microscope. some people use pollen for forensic science
The police don't use forensic science scientist that are part of the department do but to answer your question they use it so that they can clarify that their evidence is genuine and that it has some sort of connection to the suspect. or else they will arrest the wrong person :/
There are many schools that offer courses in forensic science. Here is a link that will take you to some of the top schools education-portal.com/...Schools_for_Forensic_Science.html. Once you get your degree you can be employed as a medical examiner, work on the police dept., or a crime lab etc. These are just a few ideas of where and with whom you could work with if you got a degree in forensic science.
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