How to Become Fingerprint Specialist
Fingerprinting is one of the oldest tools and evidence collection method available to law enforcement officers. This is because no two fingerprints are the same. So getting someone’s fingerprint is strong evidence that the person was at a crime scene.
As you can see, getting fingerprints can go beyond mere documentation. You can be helping law enforcement officers crack the code to a crime. It can be an exciting career for those that get jobs at the right place.
The next few videos will help you learn more about this profession. We urge those interested in this career path to watch them.
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Fingerprint Specialist Salary:
Becoming a specialist can be rewarding financially. Our search for salaries of fingerprint specialists on Indeed.com showed the national average salary to be $66,000 per year.
There are schools now that will teach you to become a specialist. But, one of the most popular ways continues to be studying criminal justice or law enforcement. Getting at least an associate degree will give you an advantage over your competition.One of our favorite schools for studying criminal justice or law enforcement is Kaplan University. It has one of the most comprehensive criminal justice programs in the country. You can get their free information by clicking this link
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