Becoming a crime scene investigator has become increasingly more competitive, so a bachelor's degree, an internship and research experience is highly recommended to get ahead in the field. Find out how to get a foot in the door of crime scene investigation with helpful information from a forensic chemist in this free video on science careers.
How to Become a Crime Scene Investigator
By Bethany Pridgen ; Updated September 22, 2017
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Bethany Pridgen is a forensic chemist working in a local city police department crime laboratory.
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