Chemical Enhancement of Fingerprints in Blood : An Evaluation of Methods, EFFECTS ON DNA, and Assessment of CHEMICAL HAZARDS

Dr. J.D. DeHaan, J.D. Clark, T.F. Spear, R. Oswalt, S.S. Barney, CA Department of Justice, Bureau of Forensic Services, Sacramento, California
presented at the Fall 1997 Calif. Assoc. of Criminalists (CAC) seminar  /  1998 Calif. Div. IAI Seminar-Rohnert Park, CA  /  2002 Pacific NW Div. IAI Seminar- Portland, OR   
View  Associated PowerPoint Presentation   

DEVELOPMENT OF BLOODY LATENT PRINTS ON DARK SURFACES
Amanda Atkins, U.S. Army Crime Lab, Georgia  -   Presented at the 2007 IAI Conference, San Diego, CA -Select Read Only Option On Pop-Up

INFRARED IMAGING OF BLOOD IMPRESSIONS
presented at the 1999 IAI Seminar, Milwaukee, WI /  Video images of Black Socks shown on Court TV in the OJ Simpson Trial

Digital Cameras Using Infrared Radiation

Mark Burry, W. Jerry Chisum, Dusty Clark-  Calif..Dept. of Justice, Bureau of Forensic Services 
presented at the Fall 1997 Calif. Assoc. of Criminalists (CAC) seminar                                                                                                                 

Detection of Latent Blood - 

* Fluorescein Technical Procedures  November 19, 2002                              

Charlene Marie -Charlene.Marie@doj.ca.gov 
Terri Boan 
John DiBenedetto dibeneja@nv.doe.gov

WHICH WAS FIRST - FINGERPRINT OR BLOOD? (PDF)

Kerri Huss, Student, California State University, Chico

John D. "Dusty" Clark, Latent Print Analyst, Latent Print Program, California Department of Justice

W. Jerry  Chisum, Program Manager, California Criminalistics Institute, California DOJ

Published JFI Vol 50 No. 4, Jul/Aug 2000 redacted without authors permission.  Unedited version contained herein

DEPOSITION OF BLOODY FRICTION RIDGE IMPRESSIONS

Glenn Langenburg, Minnesota Bureau Criminal Apprehension - Published JFI Vol 58 No. 3,  2008

The Detection and Enhancement of Latent Fingerprints: Dr Chris Lennard 
13th INTERPOL Forensic Science Symposium, Lyon, France, October 16-19 2001 

Summary of Experiments Investigating the Impact of Fingerprint Processing and Fingerprint Reagents on PCR-based DNA Typing Profiles

Terry Spear & Neda Khoshkebari – California Criminalistics Institute, CA DOJ

Jeanne Clark & Michael Murphy – Latent Print Unit, CA DOJ

September 4, 2003

Fingerprints & DNA on Cartridges & Cartridge Cases:  How Likely? 

Purpose:  To evaluate the likelihood of obtaining fingerprints and DNA profiles on cartridges that were handled before being fired.

 California Criminalistics Institute,  & Latent Print Unit, CA DOJ

added 11/26/04  

Infrared Spectroscopic Imaging for Noninvasive Detection of Latent Fingerprints

             Journal of Forensic Science, Vol. 52 No. 1-   Nicole J. Crane, Ph.D.;Edward G. Bartick, Ph.D, etal

     "New Insight into the Chemical Improvement of Shoeprints and Fingerprints Placed with Blood on Non-Porous Surfaces”
Theo Velders, Forensic scientist ( retired )Police Crime Lab,Brabant South-East Department, Eindhoven, the Netherlands theovelders2@live.nl

Specific Heat Capacity Thermal Function of the Cyanoacrylate Fingerprint Development  Process, 2012

NIST Award No.: 2009-DN-BX-K196

UK Home Office Fingerprint Source Book on Mark detection and enhancements

Updated Home Office Fingermark Visualisation Manual - added 8/28/13

Chesapeake Bay Division I.A.I.   Latent Fingerprint Processing Techniques   -   Selection & Sequencing Guide

 The Thin Blue Line Techniques For Fingerprint Detection
And Enhancement-      
   
                                                   

FBI 2000 Processing Guide For Developing Latent Fingerprints         

Lightning Powder Company Technical Notes Page- Processing Guide.                                                                                                        

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