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Computer Forensics Scientists
Computer forensic scientists, investigators, and examiners take jobs with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies and police departments. Some work for the Department of Homeland Security, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Defense, the Internal Revenue Service, the Central Intelligence Agency, and the Department of Health and Human Services.Read More...

Criminal Profiler
Offender profiling is a method used by the FBI and other law enforcement agencies to solve crimes and apprehend dangerous criminals through gathering and analyzing evidence at a crime scene.Read More...

Criminalist
Criminalists--not to be confused with criminologists--work in forensic science, assisting in crime scene evidence and crime solving work in the laboratory.Read More...

Criminologist
Are you an aspiring psychologist or sociologist who likes to analyze the behavior of others? If so, you might want to consider a career as a criminologist. A criminologist's job is unique from police jobs and other law enforcement careers: Criminologists are experts in psychological and social behaviors who focus on deviations from what is normal.Read More...

Evidence Specialist
If you're detail-oriented and highly organized, a job as an evidence specialist might appeal to you. An evidence specialist processes, preserves, and destroys evidence collected at crime scenes.Read More...

Fingerprint Analyst
A fingerprint analyst specializes in the area of collecting and identifying fingerprints, including comparing and evaluating fingerprints, processing physical fingerprint evidence, and giving testimony as an expert witness on the subject of fingerprint identification.Read More...

Forensic Psychology
Forensic psychology applies psychology to the criminal justice system. Forensic psychologists provide clinical- and forensic-related services.Read More...

Forensic Science
Forensic scientists work hand-in-hand with law enforcement officers by collecting and analyzing physical evidence related to criminal investigations. Forensic scientists specialize in areas such as DNA analysis, ballistics, fingerprinting, handwriting, and biochemistry.Read More...

Laboratory Technician
Laboratory technicians, or forensic science technicians, are a crucial part of the law enforcement community. A laboratory technician collects physical evidence from crime scenes including fiber, hair, tissue, and weapons, and performs analysis to track down suspects.Read More...

 
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