Ernie Hamm (Unregistered Guest)
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|Posted on Thursday, January 24, 2008 - 05:19 pm: ||
"Published Articles since the list posted in March 2004 (see archives under Hamm):
The Recovery of Fingerprints from Arson Scenes, Fingerprint Whorld, 32:124 (2006) and a Letter Response in FPW, 32:125 (2006)
Thermal Degradation of Amino Acids in Fingerprint Residue by Pyrolysis GC-MS to Develop New Latent Fingerprint Developing Regents, Journal of Forensic Sciences, 52:3 (2007)"
Bogi Sigvaldason (Unregistered Guest)
Posted From: astra.tmd.is
|Posted on Wednesday, January 23, 2008 - 09:46 am: ||
I'm looking for method how to get fingerprints from a plastic bottle coverd with soot.
Thanks. Detective Bogi Sigvaldason department of criminal investigation Reykjavík police Iceland.
|Posted on Tuesday, March 02, 2004 - 09:44 pm: ||
Exhibits From An Arson
Identification Canada, 8:3 (1985)
Washing soot covered objects to reveal latents STECH
An Interesting Arson Case Involving a Plastic Fingerprint
Tyranski, Warren and Nicholas Petraco
Identification News, 31:6 (1981)
Plastic latent recovered with silicone casting CAST
Processing Glass Bottles for Latent Prints in Arson Cases (Molotov Cocktails)
McCloud, Vernon D.
Identification News, November (1978)
Washing items to reveal latent prints already developed by soot of fire smoke action STECH
Development of Latent Fingerprints from Incendiary Bottles
Shelef, Ran, Aharon Levy, Itzik Rhima, Shalom Tsaroom and Rina Elkayam
Journal of Forensic Identification, 46:5, (1996)
Techniques on Molotov cocktail device prior and after fire action for arson STECH SPR
Effects of Fire In Fingerprint Evidence
Spawn, Mark A.
Fingerprint Whorld, 20:76 (1994)
Chances of latents revealed by cold-water rinse depending on location of item to fire STECH LAT
|Posted on Tuesday, March 02, 2004 - 10:48 am: ||
I am trying to update the training in our Latent Section in the areas of latent development at arson scenes and submitted evidence from arson scenes. I've read the research by Mr. John Thornton, Mr. Buster Emmons, and Major Joseph J. Corr, Jr. I'm looking for additional techniques, especially those dealing with actual scene work. Any and all information in this matter would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.