I’ve always been intrigued by the idea of forensic ballistics and the forensic science profession in general. The reality is that I am quite the expert in it. I’m the forensic ballistics and firearms examiner for the police department in my hometown, which includes being the forensic detective for a local high school. I also have a bachelor of science degree in forensic science.
Forensic science can be broken down into three fundamental parts: Crime Scene Analysis, Forensic Science, and Forensic Pathology. Crime Scene Analysis is the scientific process of analyzing and comparing forensic evidence, and Forensic Science is the scientific process of analyzing physical evidence. Forensic Pathology is the specific process that analyzes what’s left of the human body after its decomposition.
The first thing you need to understand about the forensic sciences is that they are all based on statistical analysis. Statistical analysis is the process of measuring the relationship between two or more variables. The word “statistical” derives from the Latin statisticem, which means “to count”, “to count accurately”, or “to count.
A statistic is a measure of probability. Probability is the chance of an event happening. In statistics, two variables are said to be independent if they have no correlation (i.e. are not related statistically) if they are statistically independent, if one can be calculated from the other (i.e. can be calculated as a linear combination of the other).
As a statistician you will be hired by the company to do a specific job and you will be paid a salary for that job. For forensic ballistics, you will be hired to work as a forensic scientist. This means that you will be collecting evidence and doing tests and making reports and then you will be paid a salary for that. The word “forensic” comes from the Latin for forensic, or forensic science.
Now, you might say that this is just a job, but it’s one that you do because you enjoy it. If you’re thinking that it’s just a job, I say take a hike. It’s a job because you love it.
Sure, it’s a job, but what about the other 99% of the time when you’re not on duty? Is it a job? I think so, but you have to understand that if it is a job, then it’s not all that different from work in the way that it is defined in the United States. At the end of the day, that job entails certain responsibilities and certain duties.
I’m not sure what you mean “a job” when you say “its one you do” but lets take a look at what you seem to be saying. In the case of the forensic ballistics expert, you work in a laboratory and you are responsible for the results of your testing, including the analysis of evidence, and the development and maintenance of equipment. This means that you have to make sure that you make good on your promises.
It’s not just the day-to-day stuff that you have to keep up with, you also have to keep up with the results of the testing you do. It seems as though your first job is to find out what happened to the person who owned the evidence you tested. If he/she is dead, you have to make sure that you make good on your promise to bring him/her to justice.
The first and foremost job of a forensic scientist is to find out what happened to the victim. That is where the crime lab comes into it. The lab is a place where the scientific community gathers the data and analyzes it to help solve crimes. It is the place where evidence is analyzed and a body is examined.