A process that previously took up to several months on a case can now potentially be done instead in mere days, the HFSC leadership explained. So we asked, what if we just stop it right there on the screen? The transition came gradually. First, the fingerprints unit changed the workflow for cold cases in the early part of Hardly any requests came back from the lead detectives on the various cases—meaning that the prints were mostly irrelevant to the investigations, said Schmahl.
Property crimes—which make up about 95 percent of the fingerprint backlog at HFSC—were added next. But the system proved itself quickly, and all no-suspect crimes including violent crimes were included by mid Some of the print analysts had concerns about the new workflow, the HFSC leaders conceded. But it has been more accepted as time has gone on, due to its efficiency, they added. One of the concerns was the possibility of getting the wrong person, based on the expedited process.
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Fingerprints: Analysis and Understanding is the most fundamental, up-to-date resource available on the techniques of obtaining and analyzing latent fingerprint evidence. Using an outline format for rapid comprehension, this concise text is as easy to understand by those collecting evidence as it is by those in the branches of criminal justice who need to understand the principles. Divided into two parts, the book begins with the basics of analysis, providing a brief history, systematic methods of identification, fingerprint pattern types and their associated terminologies, and current classifications.
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Fingerprints: Analysis and Understanding
Author Mark R. Hawthorne is the lead instructor in physical evidence and crime scenes at the San Francisco Police Regional Training Academy. He brings his twenty-nine years experience in police work processing over crime scenes to present a practical, concise guide to a complex science, helping readers to understand the principles, applications, and uses of fingerprints, whether at the scene, or in the courtroom.
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