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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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
This permanent scar irreversibly changes the fingerprint. It starts near the core of the loop and passes to the right of the screen.
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
Every face has numerous, distinguishable landmarks, the different peaks and valleys that make up facial features.