Basic CSI

If you’re anything like me, CSI is number-one on your all-time TV viewing list! Like me, you probably enjoy the popular TV shows like CSI-Miami, CSI- New York, CSI-Las Vegas, 48-Hours, Crime with Tamron Hall, and all the other shows that depict the investigative aspects of Law Enforcement.

Prior to the beginning of my law enforcement career, I had always been left curious to know exactly how those investigators conducting a crime scene investigation (CSI) actually find clues that ultimately lead to arrests.

If your curiosity has ever been raised at any point in time, especially when it comes to crime scene investigation, or if you have ever wondered about what a crime scene investigation entails, then you know exactly what I’m talking about (that’s why we love the CSI shows that we watch!). We all have that built-in adrenaline for mystery solving that simply has to be satisfied!

When involved in CSI, crime scene investigation, the goal at the evidence-collection phase is to find, collect and preserve all physical evidence that might serve to recreate the crime scene and identify the perpetrator in a manner that will render a guilty verdict in court.

There are many types of evidence that can be collected from a crime scene, and subsequently can be forwarded to the investigations CSI forensic lab to be processed for identification of suspects.

The efforts of the Crime Scene Investigator essentially involved complex and always meticulous processing of the crime scene for each individual case. There are no two crime scenes that are alike, so the crime scene investigator must evaluate each scene upon arrival.

Well, as you know, CSI-Miami, CSI-New York, CSI-Las Vegas, and all of the other TV shows are all written from a script, and chances are…by the end of the episode, the bad-guy will have been caught and brought to justice. There is a real-live crime scene investigation that exists – along with the techniques and protocols of the profession.

My professional career experience has been in the field of Law Enforcement, as I have served as a police officer for twenty-five years…14-plus years as a Crime Scene Investigator. My ultimate goal is to provide information back to the general public in the form of this mini course composed of all the ins and outs, procedures and protocol, and do’s and don’ts of investigating a crime scene.

Criminal Justice students with aspiring minds often wonder what is transpired at the scene of a crime, those inquisitive minds that just want to know more about this demanding field of criminology, and you can finally sit and enjoy all that is needed to conduct a basic crime scene investigation.

The level of expertise for this mini course will remain at the basic level simply because each law enforcement department has its own policies, procedures and standards that must be followed to prevent further and/or future litigation.

I am offering my very own mini course, “How to Conduct a Basic Crime Scene Investigation,” that details the step-by-step process of crime scene investigation and keeps the reader in-tune with everything a crime scene investigator should know about a crime scene, from the moment the investigator is notified, until the case is solved!

Learn more about How to Conduct a Basic Crime Scene Investigation 

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