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Mr Jones, having been called from his office by his wife, had arrived home and accompanied Ian on a final check of the house, outbuildings and garden to ensure that nothing had been overlooked. All thorough and experienced Crime Scene Examiners will make this final tour of inspection even without the presence of the householder. His final acts before leaving were, firstly, to reassure the Jones’ that they could tidy their home and to check that they were able to make it secure. Secondly, conscious that some fingermarks he had ‘lifted’ may belong to members of the household, Ian took sets of inked ‘elimination’ fingerprints from Mr and Mrs Jones and then showed them how to take fingerprints of others using the specially prepared ‘self-take’, pre-inked elimination fingerprint forms.
At the scene they are the immediate source of advice on Health and Safety issues. Again, this is a specialist career in its own right for which academic qualifications and technical skills in relevant areas may be more important than training as a police officer. Consequently, over 60% of Crime Scene Examiners in England and Wales are now non-police officers. 3 The Photographic Services Department The duties of this department are less clearly defined. Variable amounts of photography are carried out in fingerprint and scene of crime departments as part of their normal duties.
4 In-Force Laboratories and Scientific Services In the early years, latent fingerprints were either photographed as they appeared, or enhanced by ‘dusting’ with powders and then photographed. Since that time, a wide range of techniques for the detection and enhancement of fingerprints have been developed world-wide. The problem of selecting the sequence of processes which are likely to be the most effective for the surface being examined has been solved largely by the work of the Home Office Police Scientific Development Branch (PSDB).