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    What is biometrics recognition? If you dissect the word “Biometrics” you get “Bio” stand for life and “Metrics” which is measurment. Biometrics recognition is the science that is able to identify your speech, fingerprints, movement, and even your face. There are many different uses for biometric software; Police records use fingerprints to create a profile for people to be referred to. Speech recognition is more commonly seen in smartphone devices. The main purpose for biometrics is to easier recognize individuals based on their personal physical features. In our society biometrics main uses are for security. Each individual that has a smart phone has some sort of biometric device. For Iphone users who have an Iphone 6 or newer has a thumb print scanner. For android and Iphone…

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    Fingerprints have been widely used throughout the world as means of identification for forensic purposes. Forensic experts have extensively relied on premises that fingerprint characteristics are highly discriminatory and immutable amongst the general population (Haber and Haber, 2008). Fingerprint formation is induced by the stresses and strains experienced by the fetus in utero, which are random and infinite, it is likely that they subsequently produce a random, infinite variety of friction…

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    Masters then went to court in February of 1999 and was found guilty and sentenced to life by a jury and who relied heavily on Dr. Meloy’s testimony. In January of 2008, prosecutors admitted that evidence had been withheld from Masters’ defense lawyers. Additionally, the prosecutors announced that DNA tests pointed to an alternative suspect and that Masters should be released from prison. On January 22, 2008, all charges were dismissed and Masters was released from prison. In February of 2010,…

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    Forensic Science

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    tools they can work with now, making it a bit easier to help them solve crimes. They have tools for fingerprint analysis, ballistics, DNA typing, and recently forensic phenotyping of simple physical traits such as human eye and hair color. The future of forensic science is bright; tools, gadgets and programs are ever evolving and forensic technicians have taken the advantage to capitalize on these new discoveries to help them gather more information and analyze findings at a crime scene. In the…

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    Biometrics Essay

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    Biometrics are defined as systems that are used to verify and identify people using their physical features (such as their faces and fingerprints) and also their behavioral characteristics (such as their handwriting) [1]. The field of biometrics is becoming more and more relevant these days as the need to enhance security systems and to solve crime mysteries has become one of the main focuses in the research industry. Biometrics is a broad field on its own because of its wide range of…

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    Forensic Science Essay

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    1. Statistical chart showing the incidence of cognizable crimes in India dating from 1953-2007. INTRODUCTION FORENSIC SCIENCE as discussed before is a multidisciplinary branch of science that is used for court of law. It can be defined as “the scientific discipline which is directed to the identification, individualization, recognition, evaluation of evidences by the application of principles and methods of natural sciences for the purpose of administration of criminal justice. It is a…

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    responsible performing autopsies on bodies post-mortem to determine the cause of death. Forensic psychologists forensic Lab – specialize in the area of mathematics, biology, chemistry, and physical science, include analysis of trace evidence such as hair, fibers, and tissues to link the crime to suspect. this branch includes DNA, toxicology, ballistics, documents analysis, fingerprints To first understand what a Forensic Scientist is, we must first understand what they do and how that…

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    The additional evidence that was released included video and audio recordings, photos, and statements from witnesses and evidence from Zimmerman after the shooting incident- clothes, weapon, and the data from his cell phone (Buckley 2013). However, the evidence that provided a dramatic landmark was retrieved from the DNA samples of Zimmerman, forensic analysis of his scrum injury and his medical records. Additionally, forensic information regarding to Trayvon on the regard of technical…

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    D. Fingerprinting is an impression or mark made on the surface by a person's finger tip. It is used for identifying individuals from the unique pattern of whorals and lines. This fingerprinting is valuable to detectives case because the detective who has the mystery case, where a person was murdered would use fingerprinting. You would use fingerprinting to track down the murder and the bystander. How you can see fingerprinting is not with the naked eye but with a special light. Fluorescent…

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    The job of a Forensic pathologist has always fascinated me. Forensic pathologist are more commonly know as medical examiners, not to be confused with a coroner. A medical examiner assists the government in determining the cause of death by examining a corpse,a process known as an autopsy. Medical examiners are not limited to forensic pathology, they can also become clinical pathologist and perform an autopsy upon request. I have always been intrigued by the science of pathology and anatomy, the…

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