Introduction to Forensic Science Fingerprints and Biometrics Alphonse Bertillon (April 23, 1853—February 13, 1914) was a French law enforcement officer and biometrics researcher who created anthropometry, an identification system based on physical measurements.
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Introduction to Forensic Science
Fingerprints and Biometrics
Will West's Bertillon Measurements178.5; 187.0; 91.2; 19.7; 15.8; 14.8; 6.6; 28.2; 12.3; 9.7
William West's Bertillon Measurements177.5; 188.0; 91.3; 19.8; 15.9; 14.8; 6.5; 27.5; 12.2; 9.6; 50.3
Left middle fingerprint
This permanent scar irreversibly changes the fingerprint. It starts near the core of the loop and passes to the right of the screen.
Henry System of Classification
16 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 1 = 17
0 + 8 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 1 9
25% population are 1/1 (no whorls)
This technician is using powder to develop latent prints
(Courtesy Nassau County, New York, Police Department)
—As a practical matter, if somebody lives for a while under a name, that person exists