The Fingerprint Sourcebook is the definitive guide to the science of fingerprint identification.
The Fingerprint Sourcebook is the definitive guide to the science of fingerprint identification. The Sourcebook will be published in stages. Chapters include: Chapter 1: History (NCJ 225321) By Jeffery G. Barnes; Chapter 2: Anatomy and Physiology of Adult Friction Ridge Skin (NCJ 225322); Chapter 3: Embryology, Physiology, and Morphology (NCJ 225323); Chapter 4: Recording Living and Postmortem Friction Ridge Skin Exemplars (NCJ 225324) By Brent T. Cutro, Sr.; Chapter 5: Systems of Friction Ridge Classification (NCJ 225325) By Laura A. Hutchins; Chapter 6: Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) (NCJ 225326) By Kenneth R. Moses and contributing authors Peter Higgins, Michael McCabe, Salil Probhakar, Scott Swann; Chapter 7: Latent Print Development (NCJ 225327) By Brian Yamashita and Mike French; Chapter 8: The Preservation of Friction Ridge Information (NCJ 225328) By Laura A Hutchins; Chapter 9: Examination Methodology (NCJ 225329); Chapter 10: Documentation of Friction Ridge Impressions: From the Scene to the Conclusion (NCJ 225330) By Alice V. Maceo; NCJ ) By Julieanne Perez-Avila; Chapter 11: Equipment (NCJ 225331) By Julieanne Perez-Avila; Chapter 12: Quality Assurance (NCJ 225332) By M. Leanne Gray; Chapter 13: Fingerprints and the Law (NCJ 225333); Chapter 14: Scientific Research in the Forensic Discipline of Friction Ridge Individualization (NCJ 225334) By Glenn Langenburg; and Chapter 15: Special Abilities and Vulnerabilities in Forensic Expertise (NCJ 225335) By Tom Busey and Itiel Dror.
- Response to commentary on "Transfer and persistence studies of inorganic and organic gunshot residues using synthetic skin membranes"
- A feasibility study of direct analysis in real time-mass spectrometry for screening organic gunshot residues from various substrates
- A bacterial signature-based method for the identification of seven forensically relevant human body fluids