Christopher Anderson joined the Jamaica Constabulary Force in 1993. Upon graduating, he spent one year in uniform then made detective. In 1995 he was transferred over to the Scene of Crime Unit where he still serves.

During his career, he received Finger Print Identification and Classification Training, attended numerous hours of forensic courses inclusive of Crime Scene processing, Blood Spatter interpretation, Fire investigation, Crime Scene Photography and Forensic Digital Images processing. He used his skills in Crime Scene investigations and latent fingerprint examination and has given expert evidence in numerous court proceedings to include landmark cases. He presently is the lead trainer of the Crime Scene Training Unit.

As lead trainer, Christopher is instrumental in the training and retraining of the Scene of Crime personnel in the Jamaican Constabulary Force, using the ICSIA processing protocol as training material and guide. He lectures part time at the University of the West Indies and conducts lectures and workshops to various entities island wide.

Christopher is a certified Forensic Crime Scene Investigator and is now the Director for of the newly created ICSIA Caribbean Division.