Criminal Investigation Career

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I choose to research the career path of Crime Scene Investigator. A CSI is usually a person who assists a police officer in investigations. CSIs are sometimes called Forensic Science Technicians. I decided to research this topic because I wanted to get a feel of the career path because it sparked my interest about year and I´ve been intriged ever since. It’s the career I’m thinking about going to school to do. Crime Scene Investigation is a career for me since it brings my interests in forensic science and police work. My desire is to develop in any skills necessary to be successful in this field of work; plus, it would provide a steady income in the distant future. Specialized CSIs will find a small clue that could lead them to a suspect.…show more content…
Bureau of Labor Statics). They spend most of their time in the field of crime scenes. They may work outside in all types of weather or spend many hours in laboratories and offices. Work hours are often irregular because of the need to conduct surveillance and conduct investigations for people who are not available. Crime Scene Investigators regularly see the results of violent crimes. The result of seeing these crimes on a daily basis can be emotionally taxing on a CSI. Explore Health Career states that, “the workload could be overwhelming and the pressure to work faster intense.” A healthy support system at home or with a group good friend could be useful in keeping a CSI…show more content…
I still believe in taking this path after graduating from college After doing my research I know now the process is not going to be fast and easy, but I am beginning to prepare myself for that journey. I am more of a team member that gets the job done, and crime scene investigation is more of a team effort to get the job done. I learned a lot of useful information during the progression of the Career-Related Capstone Project with this knowledge I now believe I have the potential of having a successful career as a
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