|Posted on Thursday, April 13, 2006 - 11:28 pm: ||
-There is one example of fingerprint classification on Al Capone in: "Crime Science: Methods of Forensic Detection. Ky" by Nickell & Fischer. It also has an example of a "John Doe" print card.
|Posted on Thursday, January 05, 2006 - 01:17 pm: ||
Iím looking for information about referencing questionable patterns in the Henry and NCIC classification systems.
Iíve read the section in the FBIís The Science of Fingerprints manual but it is not clear about the rules for referencing nor how the references are brought up. Is there an example of a tenprint card in a text or on the net which has both the CLASS. and REF. lines filled in?
I would also like to know how one references if you are only using the NCIC fingerprint codes?
|Posted on Friday, October 08, 2004 - 09:29 am: ||
Please see the brief explanation here and the additional patterns chart here.
Of course, Google has much more for you to read.
|Posted on Wednesday, October 06, 2004 - 03:33 pm: ||
I'm a criminal justice student and have been trying to find how to use his classification system on myself. This is a project our teacher has dreamed up, but I can't find an explanation of how to use his method. I've scoured the internet and keep coming up with histories and articles about Henry, but no actual step by step method to follow. PLEASE HELP!!