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NECC Plans Crime Scene Open House

Submitted by on April 19, 2016 – 7:04 pm
A CSI Open House will be held on the Lawrence campus.

A CSI Open House will be held on the Lawrence campus.

Do you binge watch CSI shows? Do you think you would make a good crime scene investigator? Come and test your skills during Northern Essex Community College’s first Crime Scene Open House on Saturday, April 30, from 9 a.m. until noon in room E 252 on the Haverhill campus.

Northern Essex forensic science professor Mike Cross and criminal investigation professor Paul Cavan will guide participants from a staged crime scene through the various forensic stations including fingerprinting, fiber and blood evidence, crime scene photography, and suspect interviews. Participants may end their crime scene investigation with a presentation of their findings.

Work your way through crime scene forensic stations.

Work your way through crime scene forensic stations.

This open house is designed for high school students and their families as well as others interested in exploring a career in criminal justice at NECC.

The content of the open house is family-friendly.

For more information, or to register, visit or contact

Professor Michael Cross at  or Professor Paul Cavan at

Here are the directions to the campus.

Northern Essex offers associate degrees in criminal justice and criminal justice: private & public safety option (accelerated) as well as a certificate in law enforcement.

With an ongoing focus on homeland security, opportunities for employment in the criminal justice field are continuing to grow. From law enforcement to the legal system, corrections to security, Northern Essex offers many career path opportunities to choose from.

At NECC, individuals can prepare for a career as a municipal police officer, state trooper, correction officer, or insurance investigator or be trained to work in probation, parole, the court system or security. The criminal justice program features programs to either enter the workforce directly or transfer to a four-year program.