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Lesson 3 Footwear Evidence Pre-lesson Reading References: 1. 2.(YouTube Video: “Leave No Trace-Footprint Evidence”) 3. - Scanning/Bournemouth-University-3D-Laser-Scanning-Forensic-Footwear- Evidence (Bournemouth University: 3D Laser Scanning & Forensic Footwear Evidence) 4. (Latent Prints-Footwear and Tires) 5. (New Jersey State Police – Investigations Branch “Impression Analysis) 6. (The Lancashire-Sheffield (LS) Footwear Dataset) 7. (Impression Evidence) 8. 9. 10. (Forensic Science Communications, July 2009-Vol. 11-No. 3) 11.ce.gov.uk/hosdb/publications/fingerprint-publications/58-06-Fingerprint_and_Footw12835.pdf?view=Binary(Fingerprint and Footwear Forensics Newsletter (October 2006, Publication No. 58/06)) 12.ce.gov.uk/hosdb/publications/fingerprint-publications/24-08_FFF_Footmark_Special_10a0e.html?view=Standard&pubID=555996(Fingerprint and Footwear Forensics Newsletter (May 2008, Publication No. 24/08)) 13.ce.gov.uk/hosdb/publications/fingerprint-publications/59_07_Fingerprint_and_Footw16ebf.html?
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14. Bodziak, W.J. (1999). Footwear Impression Evidence: Detection, Recovery, and Examination) (2nd ed.) . Florida: CRC Press. 2
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Lesson 3 Footwear Evidence Worksheet 3.1 Introduction of footwear evidence Footwear impressions are often discovered at the scene of the crime. This evidence can provide investigators with certain information that can assist them in locating a suspect. S ample footprint Discuss with your group members “What are the important features in footprints and their significance (refer to the given example)?: important features significance e.g. Size of footprint Real size of suspect’s foot approximate height of suspect 1 Shape of footprint Sex of the suspect 2 Type and brand (e.g. hiking shoes) Suspect’s hobbies 3 Depth of footprint on soft material Weight of suspect 4 wear patterns and specific damages Walking habit of suspect 5 trace materials, such as soil, Places where suspect had visited 3
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tar, rocks, and paint Worksheet 3.2 Photographing footprints Taking photographs for footprint are very common in a crime scene. Since many footprints are latent, the impressions may be dusted with fingerprint powder to be photographed or lifted with tape. They may also be collected using an
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