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Before CSI was a hit, I have to admit that I have a rather morbid obsession with crimes and crime scenes. This is - I'm sure - due to my love of mysteries and the desire to want to be detective in my youth.
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Guide to Crime Scenes & Investigations

A crime scene. The virtual location of a crime that has taken place and has led the police, by standers, and family to the place where itGuide to Crime Scene all happened. Before the popular drama CSI, or Crime Scene Investigation, people have been interested, enthralled, and entranced with mysteries that include a scene where it all took place.

This is a guide to crime scenes, whether it be the actually scene of the crime or that of the people investigating it; being brought to you by the writers, editors, and contributors at Bright Hub, explaining the different types of crime scenes, the different types of crime scene investigators, and the growth of the popular CSI interpretations including shows, books and video games.

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Be a Certified Crime Scene Technician: Develop an Interesting Specialty

A specialty in crime scene investigation has appeal to professionals with a wide variety of backgrounds. People with an interest in law enforcement, private investigation, insurance...

Crime Scene Photography

Crime scene photography has been around since the beginning of photography. Photography's uses as a tool to record the facts of a crime were instantly popular and started a new...

How Would a Crime Scene Photographer Document the Scene of a Traffic Accident?

If you have even wondered how would a crime scene photographer document the scene of a traffic accident, this article will answer all of that and more. Not only will you learn what...

Forensic Science and DNA Fingerprinting Improvements

Bad news for criminals. DNA fingerprinting technology does not stand still. For many years it's been thrown off the scent by crime scenes contaminated with a mixture of genetic...

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    The Use of Genetics in Forensics

    This history of crime is as old as the history of mankind but the methods of searching for clues and criminals have been changing over the ages. Let us see how the modern technology of genetics helps to...

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    Jobs in Genetics - Forensic Scientists

    The job of a forensic scientist is one of those extreme jobs which demands the excellent investigative skills of Sherlock Holmes combined with the sharp mind of a scientist. Find out more about this fascinating...

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    How DNA Fingerprinting Can Solve Crimes

    No matter how meticulous or clever the criminal, there is usually some evidence left behind at a crime scene. There may be no smoking gun, but what there is can give police plenty of information for their...

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    Forensic Photography

    You love photography but you are not an artist. Your analytical mind wouldn’t allow you to see photo shots that evoke strong emotions. You might be interested in a photography career that will further...

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    The Benefits of DNA fingerprinting

    This article looks at the benefits of DNA fingerprinting in identification, forensics, and other lesser known uses of the technology such as how DNA profiling helps plants....

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This history of crime is as old as the history of mankind but the methods of searching for clues and criminals have been changing over the ages. Let us see how the modern technology...

Tracking Down Offenders with the DNA of their Relatives

DNA fingerprinting was first used in a criminal investigation in 1986. Since then it's been used to crack thousands of cases all over the world. The technology has also been extended...