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Top 14 Crime Scene Analyst Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Crime Scene Analyst. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Crime Scene Analyst resumes they appeared on. For example, 42.5% of Crime Scene Analyst resumes contained Physical Evidence as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Crime Scene Analyst actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Crime Scene Analyst

1. Physical Evidence
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Here's how Physical Evidence is used in Crime Scene Analyst jobs:
  • Document crime scenes, physical evidence and injuries by written notes, sketches and photographs.
  • Evaluated and recovered physical evidence from crime scenes and victims, living and dead.
  • Inspect crime scenes in an attempt to identify, preserve and process physical evidence.
  • Collected, classified, and identified physical evidence and fingerprints at crime scenes.

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2. Crime Scenes
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Here's how Crime Scenes is used in Crime Scene Analyst jobs:
  • Responded to crime scenes; documented scenes by photography, diagramming, latent print processing, evidence collection and report writing.
  • Respond and process various crime scenes o Latent prints, biological evidence, footwear, evidence collection, etc.
  • Conducted detailed inspections of crime scenes and vehicle collision scenes for the presence of evidence.
  • Conduct chemical, physical and biological examinations of evidence at crime scenes.
  • Respond to, manage and process various crime scenes.
  • Respond to and process crime scenes for evidence
  • Retired Jan. 2017 - 21 years 24-hour availability to respond to major crime scenes.
  • clean up of crime scenes ,suicide,trauma clean up,natural death

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3. Latent Prints
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Here's how Latent Prints is used in Crime Scene Analyst jobs:
  • Utilize various forensic techniques to collect trace, biological, latent prints and impression evidence.
  • Evaluate potential surfaces for the suitability of latent prints and conduct latent fingerprint processing.

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4. Law Enforcement
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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Crime Scene Analyst jobs:
  • Certified Law Enforcement Officer by SCCJA.

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5. Police Department
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1 Police Department Jobs

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6. Child Abuse
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7. Digital Photography
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Here's how Digital Photography is used in Crime Scene Analyst jobs:
  • Use alternate light sources and digital photography to locate and document evidence.

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8. Criminal Investigations
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Here's how Criminal Investigations is used in Crime Scene Analyst jobs:
  • Performed crime scene duties to assist in all criminal investigations such as, homicides, burglary, assault, etc.

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9. DNA
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Here's how DNA is used in Crime Scene Analyst jobs:
  • Facilitated the design and implementation of DNA laboratory expansion.
  • Conduct chemical, physical, microscopic, serological and DNA examinations of evidence.

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10. In-House Laboratory Functions
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11. In-House Drug Analysis
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12. Training Programs
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13. Chemical Enhancement
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14. Chemical Processing Methods
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14 Most Common Skills For A Crime Scene Analyst

Physical Evidence

42.5%

Crime Scenes

14.2%

Latent Prints

6.2%

Law Enforcement

5.3%

Police Department

4.4%

Child Abuse

4.4%

Digital Photography

3.5%

Criminal Investigations

3.5%

DNA

2.7%

In-House Laboratory Functions

2.7%

In-House Drug Analysis

2.7%

Training Programs

2.7%

Chemical Enhancement

2.7%

Chemical Processing Methods

2.7%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Crime Scene Analyst

Rank Skill
1 Physical Evidence 42.5%
2 Crime Scenes 14.2%
3 Latent Prints 6.2%
4 Law Enforcement 5.3%
5 Police Department 4.4%
6 Child Abuse 4.4%
7 Digital Photography 3.5%
8 Criminal Investigations 3.5%
9 DNA 2.7%
10 In-House Laboratory Functions 2.7%
11 In-House Drug Analysis 2.7%
12 Training Programs 2.7%
13 Chemical Enhancement 2.7%
14 Chemical Processing Methods 2.7%
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