Case AFIS for Palms, Joints, and Tips

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9 in stock

DATE: Wednesday, JUNE 22

TIME: 1:00 – 4:30 p.m.

9 in stock

Case AFIS for Palms, Joints, and Tips (4 Hours)
The recent publication of the Palm Print Black Box study highlights that the risk of Erroneous Exclusions on palm print comparisons may be even higher than for fingers. While this study recommends developing criteria and requiring verification of exclusion conclusions, it also suggests that use of a Case AFIS could also be an effective tool in reducing these errors. This workshop will review highlights from the Palm Print Black Box and other accuracy studies. Then attendees will compare challenging latent prints from palms, joints, and tips first using standard, manual comparisons and then using a Case AFIS system. Attendees will compare their efficiency and accuracy on comparisons of latent prints of uncertain anatomical location and uncertain orientation with and without a Case AFIS. Magnifiers are recommended.

Instructor:
Eric Ray began working as a Forensic Scientist in 2007 and is a Certified Latent Print Examiner. As IDEMIA’s Subject Matter Expert for Justice & Public Safety, he develops training, gathers customer feedback, and recommends product improvements. He earned a BS in Biochemistry and Molecular & Cellular Biology from the University of Arizona. As a member of the International Association of Identification, Eric is on the Editorial Board of the Journal for Forensic Identification and chaired the Special Committee on Latent Print Probability Modeling. He is a member of the OSAC Friction Ridge Subcommittee developing standards for the latent print field. Eric has developed and presented lectures, workshops, and training classes on a number of latent print topics, especially on Reducing Erroneous Exclusion. In his spare time, he also co-hosts the Double Loop Podcast with over 200 episodes discussing fingerprint and forensic topics.

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Case AFIS for Palms, Joints, and Tips (4 Hours)
The recent publication of the Palm Print Black Box study highlights that the risk of Erroneous Exclusions on palm print comparisons may be even higher than for fingers. While this study recommends developing criteria and requiring verification of exclusion conclusions, it also suggests that use of a Case AFIS could also be an effective tool in reducing these errors. This workshop will review highlights from the Palm Print Black Box and other accuracy studies. Then attendees will compare challenging latent prints from palms, joints, and tips first using standard, manual comparisons and then using a Case AFIS system. Attendees will compare their efficiency and accuracy on comparisons of latent prints of uncertain anatomical location and uncertain orientation with and without a Case AFIS. Magnifiers are recommended.

Instructor:
Eric Ray began working as a Forensic Scientist in 2007 and is a Certified Latent Print Examiner. As IDEMIA’s Subject Matter Expert for Justice & Public Safety, he develops training, gathers customer feedback, and recommends product improvements. He earned a BS in Biochemistry and Molecular & Cellular Biology from the University of Arizona. As a member of the International Association of Identification, Eric is on the Editorial Board of the Journal for Forensic Identification and chaired the Special Committee on Latent Print Probability Modeling. He is a member of the OSAC Friction Ridge Subcommittee developing standards for the latent print field. Eric has developed and presented lectures, workshops, and training classes on a number of latent print topics, especially on Reducing Erroneous Exclusion. In his spare time, he also co-hosts the Double Loop Podcast with over 200 episodes discussing fingerprint and forensic topics.

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