Criminal Justice Technology/Latent Evidence
- Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
- AAS Day Program: 5 semesters, including 1 summer term
- AAS Evening Program: 5 semesters including 1 summer term
- Admission Cycle: Every semester
- Maximum Number Admitted Annually: Open
Crime Scene Investigations involves responding to crime scenes and searching, documenting, collecting and packaging any and all evidence found there, report writing, and testifying in court.
Evidence Technicians, Crime Scene Investigators at the local, state and federal levels with further education.
- $ 25,000-30,000/yr.
Course of Study
Course work involves fingerprint classification and comparison, chemical development of latent prints, photography, trace evidence collection, report writing, courtroom testimony, CAD programs and crime scene processing. This program has a strong emphasis in practical lab work and requires a 16-week spring internship with a local criminal justice agency.
Helpful Personal Attributes
Strong organizational skills, good analytical and critical thinking skills, ability to work both individually and as a team, detail oriented, ability to acquire new skills quickly, methodical,
flexibility, adaptability to various work environments, excellent verbal and written skills.
If you would like additional information about the Criminal Justice Technology – Latent Evidence Program, contact Jennifer Bryant, Criminal Justice Program Coordinator, at 336.734.7060 or firstname.lastname@example.org.