First of all you need a degree in criminology, a minor in physics chemistry and even Biology. You also need to get trained, for the job.
You need to have lots of training in math and science. Because csi is mostly all about science.
Yes or no
CSI stands for Crime Scene Investigation. As the name suggests, the CSI comes where there is need to thoroughly investigate any crime scene. CSI generally uses trained professionals and advanced technology to find what the normal police department can't find.
The easiest way to find out more about csi jobs would be to check the local job websites. The listings will explain each of the csi jobs in detail, that way you can decide what is best for you.
yes, cause they need clue and withnesses
what is the diffrent between the real csi and the tv csi
=Go to a collage before you start high school and ask them what subjects you need to know to become a CSI and also tel your teachers and princable they can help you=
There are 3 CSI series running: the "original" CSI set in Las Vegas, CSI Miami, and CSI New York.
It depends on what kind of CSI type job you want to apply for. You will most likely need a degree in criminology, but if you want to work examining the evidence, you will need to specialize in one of the sub-fields.
I have no clue but it is fun being a CSI and I need help myself......