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Do you have a burning desire to become a crime scene investigator (CSI), but have no idea what is required to become a CSI? Do you wonder what background a CSI must have to become a crime scene investigator in the first place? Do you want to work as a crime scene investigator and would like to find CSI training? Below are straight forward and simple answers to the questions most asked about crime scene investigation. Can’t find an answer to your question? Use our “Ask Us” link above to get one.

 
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?
 
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