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What does a crime scene investigator do?

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A Crime Scene Investigator (CSI) is a specially-trained police officer who is dispatched to a crime scene to analyze and document evidence. This evidence might include trace material (fibers, hairs, plant and mineral matter), blood spatter, ballistics (firearms and gunshot
An average day in the life of a CSI usually begins with a call from another police officer at the scene of the crime. Once CSIs arrive at the crime scene, they ask if anything has been moved prior to
5. In Canada, there are approximately 250 CSIs (“Identification Officers”) employed with the RCMP, mostly stationed in large cities. CSIs are also employed in municipal forces throughout the country which have their own Identification Units. 4. Although CSIs investigate bodies

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