Investigating Forensic Science Careers on All Criminal Justice Schools

Leading criminal justice directory launches forensic science career guide for prospective forensics students.

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People considering a career in forensics will appreciate this information about salaries, job opportunities and education requirements

Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) July 1, 2009 -

Thanks to popular shows like CSI: and Law and Order, the art of evaluating crime-scene evidence has entered the mainstream. With criminal evidence coming from fields as varied as computers, ballistics, forensic pathology and DNA analysis, forensic science helps law enforcement agents find and arrest felons--or helps the legal system acquit the wrongly accused. Many facets of this career are explored in a new Forensic Science Career Guide from All Criminal Justice Schools.

"People considering a career in forensics will appreciate this information about salaries, job opportunities and education requirements," says Reen Payne, Editorial Manager for All Star Directories, which publishes All Criminal Justice Schools. "This guide provides valuable insight into forensic science, including the subfields of computer forensics , forensic psychology and DNA and fingerprint analysis. Our interview with forensic scientist, Michael Howard, reveals misconceptions about the job. The resource guide also includes a fascinating story on the 'Body Farm,' where forensic pathologists study the decay of the human body to uncover the mysteries it conceals."

Everyone interested in forensic science will want to read the new forensics career information on All Criminal Justice Schools. With a wide variety of careers options in forensics, this "investigation" into education and career opportunities offers students the guidance they need to make the best choices for them.

About All Criminal Justice Schools
All Criminal Justice Schools is an Internet site dedicated to helping people interested in legal and criminal justice careers find the training they need to succeed in their careers. Users can search for schools, get information about criminal justice and paralegal training, and read articles about the careers that interest them most.

About All Star Directories
All Star Directories, Inc. is one of the Internet's fastest growing publishers of online school directories matching millions of highly qualified prospective students with the schools that best meet their educational needs. Recently, Inc. magazine ranked All Star among the fastest growing companies in the country, and the Puget Sound Business Journal has recognized the company as one of Washington state's fastest growing companies for five consecutive years.

From leading research institutions to fast-growing online and for-profit schools, nearly 6,000 featured schools trust All Star Directories as the authority in online student recruitment. The All Star network of sites focuses on a wide range of fields including All Allied Health Schools, All Art Schools, All Business Schools, All Education Schools, All Psychology Schools, All Computer Schools and All Nursing Schools. Please visit http://www.allstardirectories.com, or call 1-206-436-7548 for more information.

Press Contact:
Doug Rosenberg
Senior Marketing Manager, Product Marketing
206-436-7548

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