Fingerprint Process: Powders to Chemicals & Beyond
Dates: April 23 - 26, 2014 (Wednesday - Saturday); class number: 90567
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Location: Fox Valley Technical College, Appleton Campus
To REGISTER, click here.Training Topics Offered:
- Surface evaluation and processing guidelines
- Porous/semi-porous surfaces
- Visual, physical, and chemical processes
- Powders, cyanoacrylate/iodine fuming, dye staining, others
- Discerning what to keep
- Lifting and recording latent impressions
- Practical hands-on applications
Upon completion of this training, each participant will:
Training Limited To:
- Understand the basic fundamentals of latent fingerprint processing from the initial evaluation to recovery.
a strong foundation upon which the student can develop their knowledge,
skills and ability to perform most any friction ridge development task
using powder and chemical applications.
techniques for searching, identifying, developing, documenting and the
collecting of latent impressions for submission and comparison purposes.
confidence in performing various processing techniques through
extensive hands on processing of various items and surface types by use
of powders, cyanoacrylate, iodine fuming, dye staining, and other
- Apply the use of photography and other imaging
techniques to record the results of each latent fingerprinting
Law enforcement officers, crime scene technicians, criminal justice students interested in a forensic or law enforcement career.
Participants Should Bring:
personal/department latent fingerprint processing kits, if available.
Items of special interest that you would like to learn to process