Forensic Chemist JobsA forensic chemist analyzes evidence that is brought in from crime scenes and reaches conclusions based on tests run on that evidence. A forensic chemist identifies and characterizes the evidence as part of the larger process of solving a crime. A forensic chemist handles the evidence collected from the crime scene and understands that analysis of the evidence requires tools from many disciplines, including chemistry, biology, material science, and genetics. A forensic chemist communicates with supervisors, police personnel, other city employees, attorneys, and the general public, assists with the evaluation of evidence for the investigation of crimes, and prepares for court. A forensic chemist communicates with other experts in the field to exchange information on the analyses of evidence. A forensic chemist consults and coordinates with latent print examiners, police officers, attorneys, private experts, and others on plans for the solution of problems involving the analysis, comparison, and identification of physical evidence.
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Supv, Lab - Forensic Toxicology (Tues)
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