CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

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    me. As a crime scene investigator, your crime reports and evidence are necessary to achieve a successful conviction. I have always been intrigued by the details and evidence of a crime scene. The technology that is used as a crime scene investigator to figure out the scene is fascinating. This line of work seems thrilling and challenging to me. The upbringing of criminal investigation dates back to the eighteenth century. Due to all of the government changes that were being made, crime in…

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    Crime Scene Investigators

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    Career overview: Crime scene investigators or CSI go through many names such as the, evidence technician, crime scene technician, forensic investigator, crime scene analyst, criminalistics officer and more. This job is a rather complex and multi-faceted one, as large number of subspecialties field exists within this profession (2). However, in general, a crime scene investigator is the profession trained to document and collect evidence to proof the crime. In contrast to forensic scientist…

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    The CSI effect to me is so not real, it is all make-believe. The CSI effect is also known as the CSI syndrome. CSI is a very popular show that airs on TV and is very popular and 30 million people watched it on one night (National Institute of Justice, 2017). CSI have many people thinking that a crime is possible to be solved within an hour. There are many viewers that watches CSI ranging from young and older people. CSI shows their viewers how they go to crime scenes in many different…

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    Crime Scene Investigator

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    Crime scene investigators “CSIs” go by many names including evidence technician, crime scene technician, forensic investigator, crime scene analyst, criminalistics officer and more. In the past most CSIs were trained police officers. In fact most still work out of police stations today. While CSI professionals collect and preserve evidence from active crime scenes. Forensic lab professionals decipher their findings through DNA testing and other forensic analysis. Crime scene investigators and…

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    an application of all types of science field, especially chemistry to help with the investigation that related to law or crime. It is approved aspect to be applied in a court or law. In this field, forensic scientist plays an important role to help in the investigation. The function of forensic scientist can be classified into three parts that are: 1. As a crime scene investigator As a crime scene investigator (CSI), a forensic scientist involve in collecting the evidences. There are two types…

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    Song Ci

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    Crime scene investigation (CSI) was not only a forensic laboratory analysis. It is a systematic process of documenting, collecting, preserving, and interpreting evidence in regard to the crime scene. Several people contribute to the history of crime scene investigation. Song Ci was one of the major contributors in study of crime scene investigation. Song Ci’s profession, early work, and impacts of his work help expand CSI for thousands of years. Song Ci was a Chinese forensic medical expert…

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    Bones Forensic Analysis

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    Twenty-Century Fox Television network created a series program called Bones, aired in 2005. The program theme is center on a forensic, anthology and archaeology investigations. The two main characters of the show are special agent Seeley Booth of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and in charge of these mystery murder cases. On his side is Dr. Temperance “Bones” Brennan who is a forensic, anthropologist who along with agent Booth helps resolves these mystery cases. The episode most likely…

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    CSI Effect

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    The "CSI Effect" and Its Potential Impact on Juror Decisions the “CSI Effect” first described in the media as a phenomenon resulting from viewing forensic and crime based television shows. Jurors can be influenced by this effect which can or may cause them to have unrealistic expectations of forensic science during a criminal trial. It will affect jurors’ decisions during a conviction or acquittal process. Research has shown the “CSI Effect” has a pro-defense bias, in that jurors are less likely…

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    I find the research question “How do Crime Television Dramas Impact Real Life Cases?” very fascinating because it questions a unique argument that most people tend to overlook. I want to find out if watching popular television shows like CSI and Criminal Minds changes the public’s perception of law enforcement agencies when assessing crime cases. This research question does not affect my values but I do think it is important to know how and why television makes such a significant impact on our…

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    The reason criminal investigation start was because in the year 1750 Henry Fields formed a group of volunteers and they were used for investigators when a crime scene was reported. One of the very popular forensic science professor is Henry Chang-Yu Lee. Henry Lee first started off as a police captain in Taiwan, he then decided to move to the…

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