CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

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    Geographic profiling is most useful in cases where the same person or group of persons has committed a number of crimes such as murders, sexual assaults, robberies, bombings, or arsons. It is particularly helpful when offenders commit crimes at different sites, where two crimes are committed at once, or in cases where an assault or theft of a victim’s credit card is subsequently used at various locations (Rossmo, 2000). Geographical profiling is not merely a set of mathematical equations, but is…

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    people want to become many things. A crime scene investigator (CSI) on the federal level is one of the many. In order to do this there are many different things that are need to be known: the salary of the job, what schooling it will take, all the requirements, things that could possibly disqualify the person, and the benefits and what the outcome of being a CSI on the federal level will be like. A person wanting to pursue their career path in being a CSI needs to be aware of the required…

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    Crime Scene Investigator

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    Many people want to become many things. A crime scene investigator (CSI) on the federal level is one of the many. In order to do this there are many different things that need to be known: the salary of the job, what schooling it will take, all the requirements, things that could possibly disqualify the person, and the benefits and what the outcome of being a CSI on the federal level will be like. A person wanting to pursue their career path in being a CSI needs to be aware of the required…

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    Interview of David Smith, CID Special Agent On August 26, 2016 an interview was conducted with Special Agent David R. Smith, at his office located at the Redstone Criminal Investigations Command, Bldg. 3623, Gray Road, Arsenal, Huntsville, Alabama. Special Agent Smith provided the following information. David Smith joined the US Army in 1997 and spent his first 8 years in the military working Psychological Operations (PSYOP) as an Arabic linguist. He applied to and was selected to attend the…

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    death events has on crime scene investigators (CSI). The purpose of Waugh (2017, 2) research is to discover whether there is a relationship between the exposure to traumatic events and the amount of event-related stress experienced by individuals in the profession. To determine if a relationship was present, Waugh (2017, 4) used the research question: do crime scene investigators experience event-related stress and if so, how much do they experience, to guide the investigation. Although the…

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    Crime Scene Burglary Essay

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    University 1. Choose a type of crime scene (eg. burglary, homicide) and describe what types of evidence you would expect to find at the scene, and on the victim or suspect which you would submit to the laboratory for forensic analysis in order to associate the crime scene, victim and suspect with each other. “Burglary is the unlawful entry into the premises of another with intent to commit a felony” (Clemens, 2013, par, 1). At a burglary scene, the point of entry usually…

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    like they see on television. Unfortunately, homicide investigations take time and require methodical work to avoid mistakes and to secure a conviction of the right individual. Homicide Detectives must be prepared to work whenever they are called. Homicides take place at all times of the day and the night, which requires a homicide investigator to be on call and prepared to leave for the crime scene at a moment’s…

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    Forensic Scientist helps investigate crimes by collecting and analyzing crime scene evidence (Occupational Outlook Handbook). The scientist can have a focus of the crime scene or laboratory work. Forensic scientist needs some knowledge in writing for the lab reports needed after an investigation. This work environment interested me as a begin high school being in a program from the Chattanooga Police Department. In the program, we learned the lifestyle of the officers and everyday scenarios they…

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    PROFILE A highly energetic, versatile and professional, criminal investigator with over 8 years experience in the British Army. Extensively trained and experienced in conducting serious and complex criminal investigations encompassing civil, international and military law. Particularly effective within the fields of preserving and recovering evidence, interviewing suspects and witnesses, preparing reports and disclosure. KEY TECHNICAL SKILLS • Problem Solving: I am a methodical problem solver,…

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    Criminal investigation is meant to be done by a series of rules and regulations. There are different types of rules for the way police, detectives and agents go about a crime scene, collect evidence, ask witness and interrogate key suspects. There are even rules about the way they travel. Crime shows are kind of similar but there are some major differences. Most crime shows are meant for entertainment not information. Crime shows sometimes get their information right when the agents go about a…

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