Forensic Analysts (Toxicologist) are responsible for the
analysis of exhibits material for the presence of harmful
substances such as, poison, medicine, drugs etc. They also
attend crime scenes that require their expertise.
What are the minimum requirements to
become a Forensic Analyst (Toxicologist)?
The individual must have a National Diploma/Bsc Degree in
Forensic Analysts (Toxicologist) undergo training in
instrumentation, drugs and toxicology. The provisioning of
further training is determined by responsibilities and
Where can you be stationed?
Forensic Analysts (Toxicologist) are stationed at Forensic
Science Laboratories of the South African Police Service:
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