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Television Production Company Seeks Criminal Justice Professional

July 06, 2012  | 

An award-winning television production company is searching for established and up-and-upcoming crime scene experts, criminologists, and other experienced professionals for a new documentary series about homicide investigations.

Candidates include criminologists, detectives, forensic scientists, bloggers, crime historians, or amateur crime buffs that should be passionate, credible, and thoroughly immersed in a particular area of forensics, criminology, or crime scene investigation.

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  • Career bio, including pertinent experience.
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