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CVA Forensic Science Module 7 – Fingerprints and DNA Analysis E7.01.2 Fingerprint Identification Fingerprints are very unique; the odds of having the exact same fingerprints as another person are about 1 in 10 billion on a planet with a population of roughly 7 billion people. Because of this, fingerprints are very valuable evidence in a Forensic investigation. Use the following links for this part of the assignment. 1. - other-biometrics/recording-legible-fingerprints 2. - repository/caplegifingerprintstagged-022613.pdf/view Part 1 For this part of the assignment, you will analyze your fingerprints. Use the above links to see how the FBI says to properly capture legible fingerprints. Follow the directions below to capture your prints. Materials needed: ink pad, washable markers, or pencil white, unlined paper 1. Using an inkpad or washable marker, “ink” your finger from one edge of your nail all the way to the other edge.

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