In this episode we take a look at the realities of Crime Scene Investigation or CSI.
In this episode, we take a look at the realities of Crime Scene Investigation or CSI. Zoe Cadwell from the University of Portsmouth and Selina Robinson from Winchester University both used to be Crime Scene Investigators.
We ask how does the CSI activity we see in films and TV dramas compare to the real world? How do investigations differ around the world? And what are the myths of Crime Scene Investigation?
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