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Crime Scene Technician

By becoming certified in this field, you will learn how to identify and gather evidence. Photography, DNA sampling, and fingerprinting are just some of the areas you'll need to study. Every item in and around a crime scene is potential evidence, so you'll need a discerning and critical eye. As well, you'll also need to develop patience since crime scene investigation is very slow and detailed work (despite what CSI might have you believe). Thanks to recent advances in technology, crime scene investigation has truly become an art form. You can help make the world a safer place.

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