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  • Anton Mazur
    4 days ago

    Bloodstain pattern analysts, also known as blood spatter experts, collect and analyze physical evidence—specifically, blood. They are specialists in forensic science and crime scene investigation and examine the location and shape of blood drops, stains, puddles, and pools. Bloodstain Pattern Analyst Duties & Responsibilities This job generally requires the ability to do the following work: Analyze crime scenes Photograph crime scenes and evidence Record observations Write reports Reconstruct crime scenes based on observations and analysis Use computer software to aid in the reconstruction of crime scenes Bloodstain pattern analysts sometimes are called to gruesome scenes to gather crucial evidence regarding violent crimes. At other times, they might deal only with a single drop of blood or fingerprint. Trace evidence invisible to the naked eye might be collected using swabs or special lighting. Like most other forensic science technicians, bloodstain pattern analysts use their expertise to determine the type of weapon used and perhaps the direction of travel of a victim or suspect. Analysts can determine the trajectory of a projectile, the number of wounds a victim suffered, and how events unfolded during a violent crime. This information can help detectives and investigators determine what kind of situation they're dealing with, such as whether or not a death was suicide or murder. It can provide vital evidence for successful prosecution. Analysts take photographs, collect samples, write reports, and testify in court. They sometimes create computer simulations to clarify reports or testimony. Bloodstain Pattern Analyst Salary The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics does not track pay specifically for bloodstain pattern analysts, but it keeps data on forensic science technicians, which can be expected to be comparable. Median Annual Salary: $58,230 ($27.99/hour) Top 10% Annual Salary: >$97,200 (>$46.73/hour) Bottom 10% Annual Salary: <$34,600 (<$16.63/hour)
  • Evgen Driplo
    Nov 5

    In its final State of the States report, the American Gaming Association revealed that 34 percent of America’s population aged 21 or older visited a commercial casino in 2012. This means that out of the 223.7 million adults who were over the age of 21 and living in the United States in 2012, more than 76 million of them went to a casino at least once during the calendar year. The report also showed that 32 percent of people who were at least 21 years-old in America did more than visit a casino in 2012, they gambled in one at some point of the year.
  • raijadewa
    Aug 15

    Has anybody been to Bali before? Any recommendations on hotels, villas or tours? Or best areas to stay? Just in Bali now and can’t wait to come back so starting to find the best options. Traveling in February again next year.