On-Line Fingerprint Training Program by Forensic Biometric Identification Solutions LLC introduces a Basic Pattern Recognition and Verification Techniques Training on-line! Mid January, Forensic Biometric Identification Solutions LLC. will begin an on-line fingerprint training program. The course will be the equivalent of the 40 hr programs administered by most state and federal agencies. Read about the program […]
Bad arrest will not change procedures! Law enforcement officers will not change procedures following a lawsuit filed by a Pinckney man who was mistakenly arrested because his personal information is so similar to another man who was wanted for allegedly dealing drugs. Livingston County’s top law enforcement officer, Prosecutor David Morse, said local police agencies […]
The Story of Paul Clarke. A man who handed a shotgun that he found into a police station may face up to five years in jail for possession of a firearm. Paul Clarke says it started with what looked like a bag of rubbish dumped at the end of his garden Clarke said: “I saw a […]
Lego Gun at Work brings in SWAT Team! Ever thought about making a weapon out of Lego and bringing it to work? Think twice! Read more here in the National Post of Canada!
Discredited forensics may upend rulings. In 1998, Panhandle high school teacher Jimmy Ates was convicted of murder for shooting his wife seven times in the couple’s Okaloosa County home. There were conflicting witness accounts and a time line with wiggle room. But the testimony of an FBI expert was indisputable: The bullets that murdered Norma Jean […]
HPD says print unit fix won’t be cheap. City Council members are balking at a Houston Police Department request for $4 million to keep consultants running its troubled fingerprint comparison unit, under fire after an audit accused it of botching analysis of fingerprints in criminal cases. Read the entire story here in the Houston Chronicle.