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Fingerprints_1_of_4 - JS 112 Fingerprint Lecture and Lab I....

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JS 112 –Fingerprint Lecture and Lab I. Pre-class activities a. Announcements and Assignments II. Learning objectives a. List 3 major fingerprint patterns and respective subclasses b. Name individuals that have made significant contributions to acceptance and development of fingerprints c Define ridge characteristic c. Define ridge characteristics d. Explain visible, plastic vs. latent prints e. List techniques for developing latent prints on non porous objects f. Describe chemical techniques for developing prints on porous objects g. Describe the proper procedure for preserving a developed latent fingerprint h. Explain how a latent fingerprint image can be enhanced by digital imaging
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Announcements and Assignments • Assignments/Schedule/Lectures: Read chapter 16 • Guest Lecturers – Rosa Vega – Weds March 17 th • Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States: A Path Forward (2009) e=R1 • Extra Credit: Write a 100 word summary with 3 Q and 3 answers on any chapter in the NAS report:
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BASIC PATTERNS 1 2 3
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8 DIFFERENT TYPES OF FINGERPRINTS Remembered by: L A W
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A brief history of fingerprints (1) • 1883 The first systematic attempt at personal identification was by Alphonse Bertillon-anthropometry • Dimensions of human bone system remained fixed from age 20 to death • For 2 decades it remained the most accurate method.
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