Has the CSI Effect altered your perception of the crime scene investigative process?

This short survey will be used as part of my research into the CSI Effect on the public and trained investigators. This survey consists of ten questions. The results of this will be used to develop a movement into re-educating people of the reality of crime scene investigating verses that of what tv portrays.  

No personal information will be needed in this survey. All responses are entirely anonymous. If you are unsure of the answer please state this. 

Thank you for taking your time to participate in this survey.
Teesside University Student - Courtney. 

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* 1. What do you think the CSI effect is and how does it alter the public view of CSI services?

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* 2. How often do you watch crime investigation or police based televised dramas?

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* 3. What are your opinions on the accuracy of the portrayal of these services? Are these tv programmes realistic?

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* 4. How much of a role do you believe police officers play in crime scene investigations, what do you think they do at the scenes?

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* 5. What do you think is the role of a crime scene investigator, and what do they do at scenes?

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* 6. In terms of time, how long does it take for evidence to be found and collected at a crime scene?

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* 7. How much of a role do crime scene examination officers play in the forensic examination of evidence?

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* 8. Once evidence has been collected, what is the time period between evidence being sent off, forensic analysis and the return of results?

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* 9. Can you name any evidence types? 
If so, which one is the most useful and why?

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* 10. What do you think can be done to improve the public's views on Crime Scene Investigatory Services?

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