4-26-06 - If you have seen any of the CSI shows you know the local crime lab does not compare to Hollywood, but it is real life and its where local students learn what it takes to become a real crime scene investigator and why Grayson County College held a forensics conference, sharing ides and crime solving techniques.
Monday student met at the college to take notes on how to become a CSI. Grayson County College began teaching criminal justice in 1992 with three students graduating that year with that degree. Currently there are over 125 criminal justice majors and 40 students enrolled in the brand new forensic science program.
And the crime lab training is not just for college students as Denison High School now has its own forensic science class.