At what age do human beings start acquiring fingerprints? A) at birth. B) at three months in womb life. C) at two weeks after birth. D) at six months in womb life. Please give your answer in the comment box below.
Which of the following statement regarding fingerprints is NOT true? A) Fingerprint patterns do not change with growth or age. B) Fingerprints are unique for every human being. C) Fingerprints are similar between two family members but different between two strangers. D) Even identical twins do not have identical fingerprints. Please give your answer in the comment box below.
Which animal is said to have fingerprints virtually indistinguishable from those of human beings? A) Raccoon B) Koala C) Lemur D) Panda Please give your answer in the comment box below.
Why is it impossible to obtain finger prints from textiles such as fabric, clothings and carpet? A) because textiles almost always contain synthetic materials. B) because most modern Fabre’s are treated with fluorocarbons to repel moisture. C) because textiles fibres are resistant to the powders used to dust for prints. D) because textiles are very absorbent. Please give your answer in the comment box below.
Who is generally recognized as being the first person to use fingerprints as a means of identification? A) Alphonse Bertillon B) Sir Edward Richard Henry C) Dr. Henry Failed D) Sir William Herschel Please give your answer in the comment box below.
In India, what is the minimum number of matching points required to identify an unknown latent print? A) There is no minimum B) 16 C) 12 D). 8 Please give your answer in the comment box below.
In which country was the first case of criminal conviction based on fingerprint evidence? A) Germany B) Argentina C) China D) India Please give your answer in the comment box below.
In 1902, Henry(Harry) Jackson became the first person to in the United Kingdom to be convicted on fingerprint evidence. What was his crime? A) Embezzlement B) Burglary C) Blackmail D) Kidnapping Give your answer in the comment box below.
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