• Corpus ID: 114872498

Detection of Writing and Fingerprints on Burnt Documents Using the Video Spectral Comparator

@inproceedings{Ethier2016DetectionOW,
  title={Detection of Writing and Fingerprints on Burnt Documents Using the Video Spectral Comparator},
  author={Andrew Ethier and Pardeep K. Jasra},
  year={2016}
}
Both writing and latent fingerprints on burnt papers were visualized with the help of different light sources available in the Video Spectral Comparator. The extent to which these were visible was found to be dependent on the pen type, and it was found that each pen type could be visualized using this machine. 
1 Citations

Figures from this paper

The Visualization of latent fingerprints on fruits and vegetables

The development of latent prints on fruits and vegetables has become a great area of interest in forensic science. These everyday food items which are often overlooked for forensic evidence can be a

References

SHOWING 1-8 OF 8 REFERENCES

Recovering Written Contents of a Burnt Paper by the IR Reflected Photography

Papers are usually completed in writing ink from ballpoint pen, fountain pen, gel pen. When they are burnt, the contents written on the papers become charred and hard to be seen under the white light

The Use of Fingerprints in Identification

The introduction, progression and use of the fingerprint identification system is described and recent developments in latent fingerprint retrieval and the computerized handling of fingerprint data are detailed.

Charred Documents, Their Handling and Decipherment: A Summary of Available Methods for Treating Burnt Papers

Donald Doud is an Examiner of Questioned Documents who is associated with John F. Tyrrell in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and his present paper is based upon his lecture given at the 7th Annual Arson Investigators Training Course at Purdue University.

The medicolegal and forensic aspects of fires.

  • W. Eckert
  • Medicine
    The American journal of forensic medicine and pathology
  • 1981
The scope of this article is to review the subject as it affects the forensic medical practitioner directly or indirectly so that his or her investigation may be brought to completion in conjunction with other authorities involved in the case.

The medicolegal and forensic aspects of fires.

Fires, their consequences and their investigations, continue to provide forensic scientists, especially those involved in medicolegal investigation (the medical examiner or forensic pathologist),

Disaster: Prevention, Preparedness and Action.

CONSERVATION materials embraces a broad OF LIBRARY A N D ARCHIVAL spectrum of problems and concerns. As librarians try to grapple with poor paper, brittle collections, mutilation, insects, hostile

Methods of Latent Fingerprint Development