What is a crime lab analyst?

Answer Crime laboratories are scientific units of federal, state and local police departments that process evidence to try to uncover information about some type of criminal wrongdoing. A crime lab analys... Read More »

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How much does a crime lab analyst get paid?

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics, the median rate for a crime lab analyst is abouty $25.46 a hour, as of May 2008. The growth rate for a crime lab analyst, based on 2006 statist... Read More »

How much money does a crime lab analyst make?

A salary for a crime lab analyst, or forensic scientist as they're often called, will likely vary according to a number of factors, such as region of the lab, size of the lab, and experience of the... Read More »

Do UK crime documentaries eg Street Wars glorify crime to provide entertainment or do they make the public aware of ongoing crime in the UK?

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What is the difference in being accused of a crime and being suspected of a crime in ucmj?

Unfortunately, this is a (potentially) medically disqualifying condition. However, the doctor at the Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS)will make that determination. Your local recruiter ca... Read More »