Forensics is a part of science in which all      the facts, evidences are collected foranalyzing and interpreting the data...
failure of a component or try to find out thereasons of how to improve the performance             of that component.Devis...
Their investigation involves measuring objects, inspections, developingmodels, collecting evidence and performing experime...
They have to follow the protocol and strict procedures so as to protect theevidences from being tampered and destroyed as ...
To become a forensic engineer you will have to hold a 4-year degree inengineering and can go ahead for the process to cert...
This is one of the highly paid professions There salary varies from place toplace and work handed to them
According to the analysis Virgin Islands, New York, Mississippi, West Virginiaand DC are the locations in which Forensic e...
There salary increases with their experience     Davis Miller is anexperienced editor and leading writer for the Drew Peake
He writes his expert views on , certified industrial hygienist, forensic engineer,toxic torts investigation and etc
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  1. 1. Forensics is a part of science in which all the facts, evidences are collected foranalyzing and interpreting the data which is further represented for legal proceedings in the court and this work is done by a . They are those who investigate about the structures, material used and products applied which are liable for the loss of property and life. They work on civil caseslike the building collapsed and many people died, so their job is to investigate that what was the reason behind the collapsation of the building. They will investigate on the material which was used in the making of that building, was the structure right, the design was accurate, the facts about the people who worked on it. They are generally involved in civil cases but sometimes get into the criminal cases also. They try to locate the causes behind the
  2. 2. failure of a component or try to find out thereasons of how to improve the performance of that component.Devis fenêtre
  3. 3. Their investigation involves measuring objects, inspections, developingmodels, collecting evidence and performing experiments They apply scientificmethodology They work in either government or independent laboratories inwhich they can do their investigation and can perform experiments
  4. 4. They have to follow the protocol and strict procedures so as to protect theevidences from being tampered and destroyed as they have to work on themost important and critical part of the investigation As said,― People can liebut evidences cannot― So they have to maintain this notion and representthe facts in the court which helps in taking the decision at the right time, rightplace and in the favor of the innocent one
  5. 5. To become a forensic engineer you will have to hold a 4-year degree inengineering and can go ahead for the process to certify your specialty inForensic engineering This is a process in which you have to show yourexperience which you have gained Devis fenêtre in Technical knowledge andforensic engineering and complete the oral and written examination Forensicengineers get a very good salary
  6. 6. This is one of the highly paid professions There salary varies from place toplace and work handed to them
  7. 7. According to the analysis Virgin Islands, New York, Mississippi, West Virginiaand DC are the locations in which Forensic engineers are highly paid Theaverage salary in these locations is $107,000
  8. 8. There salary increases with their experience Davis Miller is anexperienced editor and leading writer for the Drew Peake
  9. 9. He writes his expert views on , certified industrial hygienist, forensic engineer,toxic torts investigation and etc
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