Crime Scene Technician
How to become a Crime Scene Technician
- You need crime scene technician training. Depending on what law enforcement agency employs you will depend on the what training you need to get.
- You need to pass extensive background checks, polygraph exam, physical examination, credit check & psychological evaluation.
- Must have at least an associate degree in law enforcement, police science, or an associates degree in criminal justice.
- 58,750 anualy
Certification or Testing Requirements
- usually required to have a bachelor’s degree in either forensic science or a natural science
- Must have a minimum of (1) year in crime scene related activities
- Must have completed a minimum of 96 hours of Crime Scene Certification Board approved instruction in crime scene related courses within the last five (5) years
My career field is available in...
- work in state and local law enforcement departments which include police departments and morgues