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30 Questions and Answers by Rachelle Enns

Updated August 30th, 2018 | Rachelle is a job search expert, career coach, and headhunter
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What do you enjoy the most about forensic science?
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The way the evidence will unfold and solve pieces of a puzzle that are difficult to uncover. I like solving difficult puzzles and helping others to change their lives and the community for the better.
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I enjoy the analyzing of DNA. I find it fascinating how the smallest piece of DNA can solve a case.
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I love the fact that with forensic science most questions that surround the situation at hand can be answered with evidence.
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1.
What do you enjoy the most about forensic science?
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1.
The way the evidence will unfold and solve pieces of a puzzle that are difficult to uncover. I like solving difficult puzzles and helping others to change their lives and the community for the better.
2.
I enjoy the analyzing of DNA. I find it fascinating how the smallest piece of DNA can solve a case.
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I love the fact that with forensic science most questions that surround the situation at hand can be answered with evidence.
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What have you done to further your own professional development in the past 5 years?
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I have completed my Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice.
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I have taken all of the available training that has been afforded to me.
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I have gone back to school to receive my masters degree as I thought it was important to improve upon weaknesses I had st the undergraduate level and I completed a 400 hour internship with the NYC OCME
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I have completed my associate of arts and working on my bachelors in criminal justice in order to achieve my goals.
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Why do you want a career as a trace evidence technician?
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I have always had an interest in becoming a evidence technician since the beginning of my career.
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I am intrigued and fascinated by Loccards exchange principle and thus want to work within a discipline in which his principle is not only applied but based upon. Trace evidence is sometimes the only thing that can link a suspect to a crime and I think that makes this discipline one if the most important in forensics.
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I have always been fascinated with evidence and how it's handled .
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What do you feel is the most important skill a trace evidence technician should possess?
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I feel that a tech should have great observation skill.
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The most important skill they should possess is the ability to solve technical issues.
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Are you detail oriented?
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