Forensic scientists work in laboratories, at crime scenes, in offices, in classrooms, and in morgues. Their responsibilities may include field work – domestically or abroad, in various locales and in varying climates. They may work for federal, state, and local governments; international organizations; public and private laboratories; medical examiners offices; hospitals; universities; police departments; or as independent forensic science consultants.
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