Free training – Crime Scene and DNA Basics for Forensic Analysts

Posted: May 19, 2015 in Science and Technology, Writing
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It’s important as a writer to keep your work believable. That includes not making major mistakes when talking about science, the justice system and crime scene basics. A few years ago when I started deepening my knowledge of crime scene work, I found this free training site put together by the National Institute of Justice.

How cool is this? I went through the training course and got my certificate! For Free!

In the process I learned a great deal about how a real crime scene investigator would take it all in. (It may even add a little authenticity to your writing since you’d become a certified DNA forensics analyst). This was well worth the time. I really enjoyed it. You might learn almost as much watching “Bones” or “Castle” on TV, but you won’t get your very own certificate.

Check it out: Crime Scene and DNA Basics for Forensic Analysts

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