1.. To be a Crime Scene Investigator, first you would have to get your high school deploma. After done with high school, you'de need to get a collage degree. Once you have your degree, you can become a police officer, and then become a Crime Scene Investigator. It can take up to six to ten years after graduating high school to become CSI. You can eather get a Associates degree, which will take two years. Or a Bachelors degree, which takes approximately four years. If you have a bachelors degree, go after a Master's degree, and you will have a better and bigger chance when applying for the job. Also, you will earn a higher salery with a Master's degree.
2.. A crime scene ivestigator makes around $40,000 a year. A person with a Bachelor’s degree will usually make more than someone that has an Associates’ degree. The more collage education you have, the bigger the pay check is. Like in any other job, the more expirience you have, the more money you make. A Crime Scene Investigator with over 25 years of experience can make two or even three times the salary as someone who just become a CSI.
3.. A Crime Scene Investigator will handle more difficult crime scenes, such as homicides, sexual offences, and robberies. They will check out the crime scene by using techniques and advanced equipment. Therefore, it is their responsibility for securing the scene, collecting and packaging the evidence, and testifying in court with regard to the collected evidence. A CSI will also be held responsible for taking pictures of the evidence at the crime scene. They must be capable of working at all time because a CSI can be called upon any day and at any hour.