Fingerprint Identification CH 14 - Fingerprint Identification Chapter 14 1 The first systematic attempt at personal identification was advised and

Fingerprint Identification CH 14 - Fingerprint...

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Fingerprint Identification Chapter 14 1- The first systematic attempt at personal identification was advised and introduced by French Police Expert Alphonse Bertillon in 18832- A system of identification relying on precise body measurements is known as 3- The fingerprint classification system used in most English speaking countries was devised by 4- The first systematic and official use of fingerprints for personal identification in the U.S. was adopted by the New York City Civil Service Commission in 1901. 5- The individuality of a fingerprint is not determined by its pattern. 6- A point by point comparison of a fingerprint’s ridge characteristics must be demonstrated in order to prove identity. 7- Fingerprints are a reproduction of friction skin ridges. 8- The form and pattern of skin ridges are determined by the dermal papillae. 9- A permanent scar forms in the skin only when an injury damages the dermal papillae.

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