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Latent Print Evidence Collection Guidance

Thist site provides some hints on collecting finger print evidence from both porous and non-porous surfaces.
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Author: Onln.com
Date Added: Jul 08, 2006 Date Modified: Jul 08, 2006
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Level 1, 2 and 3 Details...a thumbnail explanation of terms.

This site presents a general explanation of finger print identification using the scientific process.
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Author: David Ashbaugh
Date Added: Jul 08, 2006 Date Modified: Jul 08, 2006
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Cyanoacrylate (Superglue) Fuming Tips

This site is a guide to using superglue fuming techniquest to obtain finger print evidence. The author discusses the... see more
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Author: Ed German
Date Added: Jul 08, 2006 Date Modified: Jul 08, 2006
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Processing Guide for Developing Latent Prints

This FBI Guide lists processes and procedures for different surface types. It also includes processing sequences that... see more
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Author: Federal Bureau of Investigation
Date Added: Jul 08, 2006 Date Modified: Jul 08, 2006
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Top Ten FBI/AFIS Rejects Codes

This diagram provides reject codes for fingerprints submitted to AFIS. Provided in the chart are the percent of total... see more
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Author: Federal Bureau of Investigation
Date Added: Jul 08, 2006 Date Modified: Jan 05, 2009
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National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) Fact Sheet

This site, by the FBI, details the Brady Act Requirements, the NICS background checks, privacy and security sections, appeals... see more
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Author: Federal Bureau of Investigation
Date Added: Jul 08, 2006 Date Modified: Apr 13, 2010
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Forensic Computer Composites

This page describes a retired police officer's opinion of using a computer composite program. He also provides some of the... see more
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Author: Hayden B. Baldwin, Retired
Date Added: Jul 08, 2006 Date Modified: Jul 08, 2006
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Crime Scene Imaging Techniques

This site, sponsored by Kodak describes some guidelines for general photography, and then specific information on crime scene... see more
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Author: William C. Sampson
Date Added: Jul 08, 2006 Date Modified: Aug 12, 2009
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A Three-Point Airborne Trajectory Analysis: An Application of the Derivative

This paper introduced a treatment for an airborne trajectory analysis when three points along the airborne path are known.... see more
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Author: Andrew S. Rich
Date Added: Jul 08, 2006 Date Modified: Jul 17, 2006
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Computers vs Strings

This paper illustrates that when conducting a crime scene investigation, and the use of bloodstain pattern interpretation is... see more
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Author: Daniel J. Rinehart
Date Added: Jul 08, 2006 Date Modified: Jul 09, 2006
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