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    Crime Scene Investigator

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    Crime scene investigators (CSI) is an investigator, that is in charge of the crime scene cases. The crime scene investigator responsibility is to properly document the scene and identify, process and collect physical evidence. Their expertise is in photography, sketching, processing latent and patent evidence, which includes fingerprints, footwear impressions, trace, hair & fibers, biological fluid, such as DNA and blood spatter pattern analysis. Police officers, or law enforcement,…

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    Evaluating Crime Scene

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    the crime scene, would first be to secure the scene. I would make sure all the evidence of the body, any article of clothing, shell castings, weapons of guns or other evidence that is at this scene, is secure and in its natural state. Then I would evaluate the crime scene conditions. Since this crime scene is outside, I would evaluate the available light and weather conditions and I would adjust the camera setting to the appropriately. No single camera setting will work for this crime scene,…

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    A Career In Forensics

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    Television has produced numerous shows that do not paint a clear or accurate picture of what a Forensic Scientist job entails. Criminal shows exaggerate the techniques and fail to note the importance of the abilities of Forensic Scientist and Crime Scene Investigators. A reported 100 million people watch criminal television shows weekly, who form a perception often skewed and fictional in regarding the real world of Forensics. Sorenson Forensics Executive Director Tim Kupferschmid…

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    CSI

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    naturally love crime. It is just fascinating when it's really thought about in depth. The most popular shows on television these days are shows about crimes. Such as CSI, Forensic Files, NCIS, Bones and many more. There is an aray of different types of TV shows that are about solving a crime in just a half an hour. Whether it was the definite discovery of DNA or a reflection in someone's glasses that gives it all away. Either way in the end they always find the person who committed this crime…

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    about the CSI Effect. I will: • Give you a definition of CSI effect and describe what sort of scientific evidence jurors assume to see. • Describe whether the CSI effect is narrowed to people who exactly look at forensic shows. • Describe whether the District Attorney should be granted permission to ask possible jurors about their TV habits. • Consider if cases without scientific evidence are questioned more brutally by jurors. Explain if this could influence the final decision. CSI…

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    The American Academy of Forensic Sciences is a professional website that was founded in 1948. The purpose of this American Academy of Forensic Sciences community is to provide information towards leadership of science, and the knowledge about the legal system. This community was developed to inform and educated everyone about their knowledge about this program, and to help them gather information on that specific subject of forensic science. It is searching for people that will join their…

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    Looking back upon all of the years I’ve heard people call out my name, I have definitely had mixed feelings about it. Ellie Rose Cuneio. I’ve never despised my name, but I have learned to love it. Just like, to me at least, months have different colors, I feel like names have the same effect. However, I feel like those things change when people assign me nicknames. Every nickname has a different perception. Even though these feelings have evolved throughout my life, as well as me gaining new…

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    solve crimes using analysis of physical evidence compared with evidence with suspects. A Forensic science technician or also known as, forensic scientist, crime scene investigator, or Criminalist, is responsible for collecting, analyzing, and preserving physical evidence to aid in investigations. The contributions they make to today's world can seem in many ways unnoticed, but they are a crucial part of any functional judicial system or society. The use of forensics in criminal investigations is…

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    has been instrumental in associating an image of deviant behavior with marijuana, and it has not been until recently that the media started reporting the true facts of marijuana. In the essay written by Richard Willing entitled, The CSI Effect, Willing explains the “CSI effect” as a reaction in which the audience believes it has become expert in forensic science simply by watching a television series. Willing explains that jurors ask for evidence that is irrelevant to the case, and occasionally,…

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    Protecting the integrity of crime scene investigations is of the utmost importance to investigators, courts, potential suspects, and those impacted by the crime itself. There are many components of crime scene investigation and each is critical to ensuring accurate evidence is gathered from the scene. This paper will discuss the steps in the crime scene investigation process, the different types of investigations for different types of crimes, and finally see the process in action in the form of…

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