Σάββατο, 27 Αυγούστου 2016

Fact or Friction: Examination of the Transparency, Reliability and Sufficiency of the ACE-V Method of Fingerprint Analysis

Fingerprints are commonly accepted by lay people as a highly valuable and reliable means of identification. Traders in early China used their fingerprints in clay seals, or on silk or paper to legitimise documents or loans, and by C13th, Eastern doctors noted the use of fingerprints to identify people. However, it wasn’t until Sir Francis Galton published his classification of fingerprint patterns that they began to attract attention in the forensic community [1]. Resting on the principles of persistence and individuality [2], fingerprint matching has been relied upon in court since 1892.

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