Planning Your Career in Forensics

A must have guide for students planning a career in the forensics sciences written by a former forensic scientist. This planning guide will assist prospective students in making themselves the most marketable they can be in this highly competitive profession. This edition includes appendix on recommended college programs, student research projects, and sample oral board employment questions.

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781476009223
About Tom Adair

From investigating the shootings at Columbine High School to locating gravesites in the remote back country of the Rockies, Tom Adair has lived a life most crime authors only write about. An internationally recognized forensic scientist, he has a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and a Master’s degree in Entomology. He has served as the president of the Association for Crime Scene Reconstruction, Rocky Mountain Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysts, and the Rocky Mountain Division of the International Association for Identification. While in law enforcement he was board certified as a senior crime scene analyst, was one of only 40 board-certified bloodstain pattern analysts and one of 80 board-certified footwear examiners worldwide. In addition to writing over 60 scientific papers, he has served as the editor of an international peer-reviewed science journal. Over his 15 year career he has been interviewed by and consulted for television, text books, novels, magazines, and newspaper articles as well as documentaries on the Discovery Channel and National Geographic. He continues to teach and conduct research in the forensic sciences. When he’s not writing he enjoys hunting, hiking, fishing, and camping in Colorado’s back country with his wife and chocolate lab.

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