Fingertips: Comparing Extreme Distal Impressions

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17 in stock

DATE: Tuesday, June 21

TIME: 8:00 – 11:00 a.m.

17 in stock

Fingertips: Comparing Extreme Distal Impressions (3 Hours)
Taken directly from the new RS&A class Friction Ridge Symposium: Palms, Plantars, Tips and Toes, this three-hour workshop focus-es on analyzing and comparing fingertip impressions—those tricky areas that are literally at the tip of our fingers! Practical exercis-es, visual demonstration, current research, and in-depth lectures will provide the attendee with a tangible experience and heuristic insight on how to effectively and efficiently compare routinely encountered fingertip impressions. This workshop is approved for credit toward both IAI Latent Print Certification and Recertification. Each attendee will need to bring a magnifying glass.

Instructor:
Jon Stimac is both a Certified Latent Print Examiner and a ‘Distinguished Member’ of the International Association for Identification (IAI), while also serving as Editor for their bimonthly publication, IDentification News. He was a member of the NIJ sponsored Scientific Working Group on Friction Ridge Analysis (SWGFAST) and has had several research projects pertaining to latent friction ridge development published in the Journal of Forensic Identification, Fingerprint Whorld and Divisional IAI newsletters. More recently, he has instructed numerous comparison courses to both latent print and tenprint analysts throughout the United States and from the following countries: Argentina, Australia, Barbados, Belgium, Canada, Germany, Guatemala, Puerto Rico, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden, and Taiwan.

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Fingertips: Comparing Extreme Distal Impressions (3 Hours)
Taken directly from the new RS&A class Friction Ridge Symposium: Palms, Plantars, Tips and Toes, this three-hour workshop focus-es on analyzing and comparing fingertip impressions—those tricky areas that are literally at the tip of our fingers! Practical exercis-es, visual demonstration, current research, and in-depth lectures will provide the attendee with a tangible experience and heuristic insight on how to effectively and efficiently compare routinely encountered fingertip impressions. This workshop is approved for credit toward both IAI Latent Print Certification and Recertification. Each attendee will need to bring a magnifying glass.

Instructor:
Jon Stimac is both a Certified Latent Print Examiner and a ‘Distinguished Member’ of the International Association for Identification (IAI), while also serving as Editor for their bimonthly publication, IDentification News. He was a member of the NIJ sponsored Scientific Working Group on Friction Ridge Analysis (SWGFAST) and has had several research projects pertaining to latent friction ridge development published in the Journal of Forensic Identification, Fingerprint Whorld and Divisional IAI newsletters. More recently, he has instructed numerous comparison courses to both latent print and tenprint analysts throughout the United States and from the following countries: Argentina, Australia, Barbados, Belgium, Canada, Germany, Guatemala, Puerto Rico, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden, and Taiwan.

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