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ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
ADRC IBMBS  Dermatoglyphics
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ADRC IBMBS Dermatoglyphics

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  • Chapter 4 Kendall/Hunt
  • Chapter 4 Kendall/Hunt
  • Transcript

    • 1. IBMBS PRESENTATION Fingerprint,Palmar,Plantar, Toe Prints for Criminal and Civil Identification
    • 2. Sivaraj PPN
      • 35 years experience in fingerprints identification science .
      • Ex- Assistant Registrar of Criminal for Malaysia and Singapore,Royal Malaysian Police Force, Criminal Investigation Department.
      • Chief Lecturer in Dermatogylphics science,
      • Asian Dermatoglyphics Research Centre
    • 3. Ridges and Furrows
    • 4. SCARS , CUTS, Ridge Damage
    • 5. LOOP WHORL ARCH 65% Loops 30% Whorls 5% Arches
    • 6. Type of Fingerprint
    • 7. 30% Whorls -Plain=24% -Central Pocket=2% -Double Loop=4% -Accidental/Composite=0.01%
      • 65% Loops
      • Ulnar=60%
      • Radial=5%
      5% Arches -Plain=4% -Tented=1%
    • 8.  
    • 9. Latent Print Identification Chart
    • 10.  
    • 11. 243 basic fingerprint system of identifications
    • 12.
      • Australian (Australia)
      • Budapest (Budapest)
      • Valladares (Portugal)
      • Pateer (Amsterdam)
      • Windt Kodicek (Germany)
      • Spirlet (The Hague)
      • Steegers (Cuba)
      • Conlay (Federated Malay StatesPolice)
      • American (New York City)
      • Flak Conley (Newark, NJ)
      • RCMP (Canada)
      • FBI Extensions (Washington, DC)
      Fingerprint System Modified from Henry System
    • 13.
      • Bertillon (France)
      • Pottecher (Indo-China)
      • Mirando Pinto (Chile)
      • Pessoa (Unkown)
      Fingerprint System Modified from Vucetich
    • 14.
      • Daae (Norway)
      • Protivenski (Prague)
      • Olóriz (Madrid)
      • Martinez (Mexico)
      • Borgerhoff (Belgium)
      • Harvey Pacha (Egypt)
      • Cabezas (Valparaiso)
      • Klatt (Berlin)
      • Brussels (Belgium)
      • Roscher (Hamburg)
      • Japanese National
      • Lebedoff (Russia)
      • When (Berlin)
      • Smallegange (Holland)
      • Gasti (Italy)
      • Portillo (Barcelona)
      • Lyonnese (Lyon)
      • Jouenne (Colonial Service in French
      • West Africa)
      Fingerprint System Modified from Henry-Vucetich
    • 15. Zebra stripes in relation to ridge Characteristics
    • 16. Primates Dermatoglyphics Prehistoric monkey dermatoglyphics on tails
    • 17. Which is Human Fingerprints? A= Koala bear. B= Human, C=Chimpanzee
    • 18. Twins Don’t Have Identical Fingerprints
    • 19. Similar Dermatoglyphics Prints in Twins Close resemblance but not identical.
    • 20. Palmar prints
    • 21. Footprint
    • 22. ADRC’s moto: “ Without studying the basics, one cannot comprehend the complex.” – SIVARAJ PPN Thank You. FREE SLIDE DOWNLOAD www.ADRC.SG

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