Interested in joining the Crime Scene team?

CrimeScene.com has been investigating murder and mayhem in Yoknapatawpha County, Mississippi, since 1995.

All jobs listed here are telecommute-only and require you to have a reliable Internet connection.

We currently have the following openings:

— Freelance Writers —

We're looking for talented writers with killer instincts.Our writers create the interview transcripts, witness biographies, evidence reports, and all the other documents that go into making a Crime Scene case.

Think you have what it takes to join our team?

The writers we're looking for:

  • Can write in different styles from interviews/scripts to news coverage to detailed evidence reports.
  • Are proficient at collaborating with other writers and experts to develop case scenarios.
  • Enjoy writing both as part of a team and independently.
  • Have excellent English grammar, punctuation, and spelling skills.
  • Are adept at research, including providing relevant source info to fact-checkers when asked.
  • Excel at completing assignments efficiently and meeting deadlines.
  • Have a reliable internet connection to access case resources and staff discussions, all of which are exclusively online.

To apply, email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and tell us what qualities and experience you bring to the table that would make you a good fit for the Crime Scene writing team.

Please include two writing samples (e.g., a short scene from a screenplay or script, a short excerpt from a novel or short story, etc.).

Inquiries that do not include samples will not be considered.

Crime Scene writers are paid for their work. Compensation is DOE.

— Freelance Web and Social Media Graphic Designer —

Our graphic designer creates thumbnails to go with articles and larger formatted images to go with our social media posts Monday through Friday. Images and thumbnails can be created in advance.

Think you have what it takes to join our team?

The artist we're looking for:

  • Can tell a story within a single image.
  • Can design realistic-looking fictional graphics including magazine covers, newspaper articles, online personal ads, business or student IDs, crime scene diagrams, and more.
  • Can generate 5-10 JPG/PNGs using Photoshop per week including (but not limited to) thumbnails for articles and images for use on social media.
  • Is adept at working independently and in collaboration with other creators.
  • Excels at completing assignments efficiently and meeting deadlines.
  • Has a reliable internet connection to access case resources, which are exclusively online.

Someone who lives near Oxford, Mississippi, and is able to take web-quality photos would be a bonus.

To apply, send us your resume/a description of your relevant experience and link(s) to samples of your work to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Please note: If we believe you might be a good fit but your samples don't reflect the style we're looking for, we will ask you to create a not-for-publication sample based on specs we provide.

To get an idea of types of the graphics we typically use, take a look around the site and visit us on Facebook and Twitter.

This role involves about 5-10 hours of work per week. Compensation is DOE.


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3602 N 16th St
Phoenix, AZ 85016

Voice (623) 565-8573
Fax (602)-274-7280

For Crime Scene Store inquiries: store@crimescene.com

For technical assistance: support@crimescene.com

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