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How To Become A Blood Spatter Analyst/Expert

Blood spatter analysts examine blood spatter patterns found at a crime scene to determine various details of the crime, including height and build of the perpetrator and sometimes even the motive behind the crime. In order to become a blood spatter analyst or expert, an individual requires extensive study in physics, biology, and forensics. There are masters programs available that offer the opportunity to study blood spatter analysis in detail. Forensic Sciences is one of the essential background subjects for a blood spatter analyst to hold credibility.

by Margaret Walker on Thu, 02/24/2011 - 09:18

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