Crime Scene Academy (2004)

Summary:In this documentary series, 15 crime scene investigators meet at the National Forensic Academy in Knoxville, Tennessee for a unique ten-week course. Houses are burned, cars are blown up, fingerprints are studied as the students learn how to read a crime scene like an expert. (
* * * * * * * * *   9.0
Runtime:6 x 30min
More information:IMDB
Comment by AS:This series gives an excellent overview about the most common forensic methods and crime scene investigations. Some scenes are very explicit, for example the decaying bodies right in the first episode. The narrator conveys the fascination of the subject while remaining informative and down-to-earth. The episodes almost never resort to unnecessary emotional music. Very well done.

If you favour TV series like CSI, you will find this especially interesting.

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26/08/2011 | Voncile

AKAIK you've got the ansewr in one!

12/10/2015 | Axel

wow, i have got to catch up! grats on the new book, haven't read any since the crime series you wrote as d.h. dublin! can't wait to get my hands on the new one!

10/05/2016 | Geraldine

last one to utlizie this is a rotten egg!

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