Forensic Science Technician CV Example

The use of scientific technologies to solve a crime is forensic science and is a multi-disciplinary initiative involving physics, chemistry, microbiology, zoology, chromatography, biometrics, medicine and ballistics, to mention some.  A forensic technician assigned in a criminal investigation unit is responsible for operating and maintaining and technical equipment used in the relevant labs.

Forensic Science Technician CV Example

Sylvester Dan G. Raven

Oxford St, London

Phone: 020-5465-6576


I am looking to expand my learning in forensic science with a broader perspective and opportunities to use my skills and learn new ones.  With my recent immigration to your country, a suitable position of similar nature as one I had recently would be a good start and I am confident my experience would be most useful for a mutually beneficial relationship.

Career Experience/Job History

2005 – Present : Forensic Science Technician, Metropolitan London Police Service

  • Collect, identify, classify, and analyze physical evidence related to criminal investigations.
  • Operate and maintain all electronic, electrical and electro-mechanical equipment used in crime labs.
  • Assist the forensic examiner or officer in updating and maintaining records.
  • Testify in the use of and legal admissibility of laboratory equipment in pinpoint crime scene evidences in any criminal trial
  • Provide expertise in an investigation in the areas of biochemistry, pathology, bullet trajectory and ballistics, human fingerprinting, handwriting analysis, among other things.


2005 – 2006 :  In house seminars and conferences on various forensic subjects (ballistics, forensic psychology, DNA analysis, forensic pathology, video and speech analysis and toxicology)

2002 – 2004 :  Bachelor of Science in Criminology, University of Brighton, UK

Professional reference will be supplied upon request.

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