Working with Data, People, & Things
- Since criminal investigators writes reports about the accident, they mostly be using a data. They tend to use both types which are qualitative and quantitative.
- In crimes, people are involved, to be specific, we call them suspects, victims, and witness. And with that, they are inclined to have some sort of communications to the people that are believed to be involved. They also work both within their department and other agencies to provide better testimony, and conducting counterespionage operations to have an accurate report.
- This people are engaged in a world were violence happened, blood are everywhere, evidence are everywhere. And that is why the investigators have/uses fingerprint, casting and photographic equipments, evidence packaging and blood collection supplies, deceased print kit, hand tools, and biohazard kits. They also carry firearms for self-defense.
- There were more than 12,500 crime scene investigators employed nationwide in May 2011, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported. The BLS projects 19% employment growth through 2020, which is higher than the national average (14%) for all occupations. Much of the increase likely will be driven by technological advances that have made crime scene forensics more prevalent across the country.