CSI Questions & Answers

Are you looking for information about crime scene investigators (CSI’s)? Do you want to be a CSI, but don’t know where to start? Are you curious about the training, education, and experience needed to become a CSI? Below are questions most often asked about CSI’s. Tap or click on the question to get a straightforward answer.

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I want to become a Crime Scene Investigator (CSI). What should I do first?

What kind of degree should I get to become a CSI?

How long will it take to become a crime scene investigator?

Are there any books I can read to help become a CSI?

Do I have to become a Police Officer first before becoming a crime scene investigator?

How much money do CSI’s make a year?

How much can I expect to make as a crime scene investigator?

How is a crime scene investigator paid?

Who pays the most for crime scene investigators?

Where should I work to make the most money as a crime scene investigator?

How can I maximize my income as a crime scene investigator?

Which type of crime scene investigators make the most money?

What type of education provides the greatest income as a crime scene investigator?

What are other resources provide information related to crime scene investigator salaries?

What does a Crime Scene Investigator do?

How can I find out about the specific job description and salary of a CSI in my area?

What are the working conditions like for a crime scene investigator?

I want to go to college and major in Criminal Justice. What are the best schools to attend?

I want to go to college and major in Forensic Science. What are the best schools to attend?

Other than educational requirements, what else should I know about becoming a CSI?

Where can I get more information on Crime Scene Investigations, jobs, and schools?

What is the difference between a criminologist and a CSI?

How can I intern as a CSI?

What do I have to do to become an FBI profiler?

What questions should a CSI ask when they arrive at a crime scene?

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