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Forensic Identification Specialist

Do you love watching CSI and The X-Files? Are you detail-oriented? Then a job in forensics might be the perfect career for you. Get the scoop from a real-life pro on working in the field! Back to Article

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mokeydokey
mokeydokey wrote:
2013-06-07 14:56:50 -0700

Woohoo! Awesome

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Prophey
Prophey wrote:
2013-01-14 17:35:59 -0800

im currently in a forensic science class for a full credit

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JustinBieberfan99
JustinBieberfan99 wrote:
2010-05-31 04:51:53 -0700

cool!! this has been what i want to do for a year now!!

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Forensics - What's The Neatest Part?

  • Finding a fingerprint or hair sample.
  • Putting a bad guy behind bars.
  • Cracking a very old case.
  • Making a mold of a footprint.

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