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The San Andreas Forensic Science Division is a government organization dedicated to the analysis of crime scenes with the aim to provide authorities with all the information on a given crime scene that they may require in order to solve the case in question.
As a Forensic Scientist you will have the opportunity to help investigate crime scenes or analyze the samples collected from one though a 1-2 week internship, during which we will test your professionalism as we attempt to find the position you’re best suited for, precedes full-time employment.
The Forensic Division is a crucial part of any investigative body so although we may not be out there preventing the crimes ourselves, we do provide information invaluable to federal investigators so that we may predict and prevent the same crimes to better protect the innocent people of this great nation.
The Forensic Science Division was founded in 1922 in an attempt to alleviate pressure from authorities during the prohibition. It was a dark period for American law enforcement as both unorganized and organized crime statistics went through the roof. Once the FSD was established however things began to stabilize, albeit slowly. In the beginning the division wasn’t large, boasting barely two dozen agents and one small office in Liberty City. Over the years however the division would prove invaluable to central authorities, so much so that within the thirteen years of the prohibition another seven Divisions would be created with over 150 offices across the country.
By 1968 there were over 50 highly equipped offices, around 200 moderately equipped and over 500 in total across the country. Technological advancements kept pushing to division forward allowing it to maintain large databases of criminal records including several high profile perpetrators’ modi operandi. This enabled the authorities to predict the movements of known criminals as well as provide detectives with information on known associates.
In 1998 the FSD was classified as one of the five most essential bodies of federal law enforcement among the military’s S.W.A.T. units, the Secret Service, the US Air Force and the Marines. The division’s president was honored with the Silver Medal of Valor for outstanding performance in assisting law enforcement and exponentially lowering crime rates.
In recent years the FSD has received generous funding for high-tech laboratories and equipment which has been utilized to provide even more accurate information in even larger quantities enabling local law enforcement agencies to bring crime rates down to a record low.
History, however, is a book that is being written in perpetuity. Every day new strides and accomplishments are made and with enough hard work and dedication you may contribute to that noble cause too.
Chief of Forensics - Level 5
Chief of Forensics is the Director or Leader of the division. His main tasks are to manage the division and supervise executive members.
Deputy Chief of Forensics - Level 4
The Deputy Chief is the right hand man to the Chief and answers only to him. The deputy Chief’s task is to assist the chief in whatever they may need.
Head Coroner - Level 4
Head coroners serve as a liaison between law enforcement and the morgue, focusing on examining the remains of a body in order to determine both how and why a death occurred. They are HQs of the group.
Coroner - Level 3
Coroners supervise examinations on deceased individuals to determine the cause of death. Their jobs may include visiting death scenes at all hours, filling out death certificates and speaking with family members of the deceased.
Clinical Pathologist - Level 2
Clinical pathologists mainly examine body fluids, including blood, urine and bone marrow.
Anatomical Pathologist - Level 2
Anatomical pathologists analyze samples of tissue and cells to aid in determining the diagnosis and cause of diseases.
Lab Technician - Level 1
Lab technicians help criminal investigators solve crimes by collecting evidence at crime scenes and analyzing it in a laboratory.
Field Technician - Level 1
Field Technicians are tasked with collecting materials of interest from the crime scene for the Lab Technicians and Pathologists to analyze.
Intern - Level 0
Interns are the lowest ranked Forensics Division employees. Their function is to listen to the higher ranking officials and provide them with whatever they may need. Their tasks may range from simple things like getting coffee to even field work all with the aim to educate the intern on proper division procedure so that the Intern may eventually find their place within the organization.
Chief of Forensics <CoF>
Devin Thorne (@JohnTurner) | johnturner
Deputy Chief of Forensics <DCoF>
Donovan Don Caruso (@Iznogud) | IznogudII
Head Coroner <HC>
Gerrick Universe (@Qweezy) | qweezy331
Chris Nova (@chris_nova) | chris95nova
Joaquin Garcia (@Garcia1999) | benlaidabdou
Ryan Adams (@Temi) | gongas123
James Aran (@Aurora) | jamesmpf
Thomas Jefferson (@Perez) | Infinity18
Clinical Pathologist <CP>
Anatomical Pathologist <AP>
Lab Technician <LT>
Field Technician <FT>
James Smith (@Glayd) | pasha656
Supreme Wayne (@Supreme) | paoking
Mike Flip (@ziad) | ziadtarek2
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