Blood Spatter Analyst.docx

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Blood Spatter Analyst A Blood Spatter Analyst are very important people too law enforcement. They take pictures , swabs and other stuff at crime scenes although sometimes there may not even be blood . Education and/or Training Required The education needed to become a Blood Spatter Analyst is a bachelor’s degree plus 3 or more years of experience in bloodstain pattern or an associate degree or 60 hours or 90 quarter hours of collage credit. Responsibilities and daily activities Blood Spatter Analyst look at the blood from a crime scene. The blood could be a tiny little dot or it
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