alexa Determination of Sex from the Latent Palm Prints Present on Documents

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Determination of Sex from the Latent Palm Prints Present on Documents

In the field of forensic science, to determine the sex of suspect from latent prints found at crime scene is often suspicious. Identification of an individual's sex is being possible from the latent palm prints present on documents. To determine the sex from the latent palm print can be done with minutiae details of developed prints from the documents, which will be helping for the investigators in nabbing the suspects. For this study, 60 samples including male and female from villages of Uttar Pradesh, India were taken for the determination of sex of an individual through the development of latent palm prints present on documents. The Obtained 12 parameters (radius of curvatures, Angle of curvature from line of writing, Inter distance between centre of curvatures, and Distance of centre of curvatures from line of writing), their mean values and standard deviations from this study not only gives the significant of sex at 95% confidence level of difference but also considered statistically significant (p<0.05). On behalf of which determination of sex can be done. It also can increase the evidential value of such lateral palm prints. These evidences can be helpful for reducing the pool of potential suspects in investigations, and also can be placed.

For more details: Chauhan A (2015) Determination of Sex from the Latent Palm Prints Present on Documents. J Forensic Res 6:300. doi: 10.4172/2157-7145.1000300

 
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