FINGERPRINT IDENTIFICATION

FINGERPRINT IDENTIFICATION

Fingerprinting is part of biometrics, a science-based on the recognition of a physical or biological characteristic to identify a person. No two people have the same fingerprints; not even homozygous twins. Fingerprints never change, not even with age, unless the deep or basal layer is intentionally destroyed or altered through plastic surgery. There are three main fingerprint patterns, called arcs, curves, and spirals. The shape, size, number, and arrangement of small points in these patterns make each footprint unique.

TYPES OF FINGERPRINTS

  • Visible or positive footprints. Those that can be seen with the naked eye and intentionally done with a dye.
  • Latent footprints. They need a chemical process for their revelation. Just as important.
  • Natural footprints. They are those that appear naturally after birth.
  • Artificial. Those modifications were caused intentionally to avoid being identified.
  • Molded. Those that appear naturally molded into porous surfaces such as plastics

Investigations for fingerprint analysis. As part of the investigations aimed at identifying one or more people, the Private Investigator works with the support of collaborators who are responsible for highlighting the fingerprints present on the surfaces of the finds available.

The fingerprints, even if partial, if they are suitable for the purposes of fingerprinting comparisons, allow identifying the person being investigated.

The investigations involve the use of numerous chemical-physical methods, which differ according to the type of finding, through advanced technologies it is also possible to carry out fingerprinting.

The investigations involve the use of numerous chemical-physical methods, which differ according to the type of finding, through advanced technologies it is also possible to carry out fingerprinting.

Fingerprinting is considered a safe and reliable system. Thanks to the fact that the characteristics of the fingerprints do not change over time and that each fingerprint is unique for each individual, therefore in the judicial system it has probative value.

PRIVATE DETECTIVES IN FINGERPRINTS

Our private fingerprint investigators are those resources that undoubtedly provide the best sense of responsibility for any case of investigation or investigation where more structured handling of the processes is required that undoubtedly provide the best sense of response, for any situation where your work is entrusted.

At FICS, our agents who specialize in being private fingerprint investigators undoubtedly make this type of case able to determine with a higher resolution level everything that is related to the optimization and refinement of tests, in order to determine facts and responsibilities.

CHARACTERISTICS OF THE FINGERPRINTS

Through the matching of fingerprints, we perform a discernment by comparing a fingerprint of a place with a stored fingerprint or of a person who voluntarily lends itself. It is extremely important to maintain the chain of custody throughout the investigation process.