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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

A meticulous and reliable Certified Latent Print Examiner with over 30 years of experience. Thoroughly knowledgeable in forensic fingerprint analysis, methodology and procedures. Highly experienced in encoding and searching latent prints in AFIS. Excellent communication skills for explaining the complexity of forensic fingerprint analysis to professionals and non-professionals

Skills
  • Team Collaboration
  • Effective Multitasking
  • Attention to Detail
  • Document Preparation
  • Verbal and Written Communication
  • Database Maintenance
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Judgement and Decision Making
  • Collaboration and Teamwork
  • Courtroom Procedures
  • Calm Under Pressure
  • Time Management
  • Organization and Administration
  • Building Trust and Relationships
Work History
Certified Latent Print Examiner, 03/2001 - Current
Martin County Sheriff’s Office City, STATE,
  • The comparison and identification of inked (known) impressions taken from individuals, while in custody.Receiving and handling of latent evidence.Examination of fragmentary latent prints, which are visibly present or developed on objects that are associated with different types of crimes and the comparison of those latent prints to possible suspects.Enter latent print in AFIS when applicable.
  • Assist Crime Scene personnel with evidence processing when called upon.
  • Give expert witness testimony of my findings in a court of law.
Fingerprint Examiner, 11/1987 - 12/1997
Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, 3228 Gun Club City, STATE,
  • The comparison and identification of inked (known) impressions taken from individuals, while in custody.
  • Examination of fragmentary latent prints, which are visibly present or developed on objects that are associated with different types of crimes and the comparison of those latent prints to possible suspects.Enter latent print in AFIS when applicable.
  • Assist Crime Scene personnel with evidence processing when called upon.
  • Give expert witness testimony of my findings in a court of law.
Fingerprint Examiner, 01/1986 - 11/1987
Federal Bureau Of Investigation - Formal Fingerprint Training City, STATE,
  • Classified known inked impressions using the Henry Classification System, manually searched files for identification of known criminals.
Education
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Status - 2020 16 hours course designed to provide the biological fundamentals, legal admissibility scenarios, source recognition, recording techniques and vigorous practical comparison experiences with plantar friction ridge impressions. International Association for Identification - Recertification
Bachelor’s: Criminal Justice, Expected in 12/2020
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Indian River State College - Salerno, Stuart, FL
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Status - A mandatory practical application test that is given every five years for latent print certification to be renewed. Groups International Association for Identification The oldest and largest forensic association in the world. This professional forensic association represent a diverse, knowledgeable and experienced membership that are assembled to educate, share, critique and publish methods, techniques and research in the physical forensic science disciplines.
Associate: Criminal Justice Technology, Expected in 04/XXX6
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Indian River State College - Salerno, Stuart, FL
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Status - 40 course designed instruct to provide participants with an increased understanding of scientific principles and how to apply those principles to the examination process. Comparison of Plantar Friction Ridge Impressions
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Status - 40 hour course designed to familiarize examiners with the fundamental concepts of ridgeology which is a holistic approach to fingerprint examination. It details theory, technique, standards and standards for conclusions. Skin growth, persistency and biological uniqueness necessary for friction ridge identification. Scientific Analysis ( ACE-V) - From the Laboratory to the Witness Stand-Ron
I.A.I. Latent Print Certification has become a prerequisite: , Expected in 09/2008
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Status - Recognizing the need to unequivocally identify latent print examiners qualified to provide essential professional services for the nation’s judicial branches of government. In purpose, function and organization, the Latent Print Certification Board is analogous to the certifying boards of other specialties and scientific fields. I.A.I. CLPE status is considered by many identification professionals to be a measurement of excellence. During the past three decades,, for journeyman fingerprint expert positions in many U.S. state and federal government forensic laboratories, and also enjoys a high reputation in many international agencies. The certification test was developed and is maintained by the IAI Latent Print Certification Board. The applicants have 8 hours to complete parts 1, and 2 of the test. Essential Ridgeology Concepts
of Identification Certification Board: , Expected in 03/2008
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Status - 16 hours of training in the field of courtroom witness testimony as it pertains to friction ridge skin examinations
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Status - 24 hours of training in the field of courtroom witness testimony. Expert Fingerprint Testimony - Ron Smith and Associates
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Status - 40 hours of study to assist the examiner in understanding the complexity of friction ridge detail such as tonal reversal, mirror prints, overlapping prints, distorted prints etc. Step by step practical exercises using the ACE-V methodology were conducted to help give the student better insight in properly analyzing complex prints. Courtroom Testimony Training - Ron Smith and Associates
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Status - Studied fingerprints, police photography, firearms identification, principles of criminal investigation. Complex Latent Print Examination - Ron Smith and Associates
24 hour course covering analyzing: , Expected in 10/1996
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Status - evaluating, comparing and verifying latent print impressions. Various techniques were used to help in the examination and identification process. Criminal Justice Institute - Advanced Latent Print Identification
Formal latent print training: , Expected in 08/1996
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Status - program. Learned to identify and search partial friction ridge skin impressions left at various crime scenes. Compared those partial latent impressions to various suspects. This class was the culmination of 220 hours of practical application regarding all aspects of friction ridge skin impressions as well as court room testimony techniques. A moot court was conducted. Florida Criminal Justice Executive
24 hour course covering analyzing, evaluating, comparing and verifying latent: Basic Forensic Science, Expected in 3/1996
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American Institute of Applied - ,
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Status - 24 hour course covering the unique aspects of friction ridge skin on the palmar surface of the hand. Friction ridge flow, and crease awareness, were analyzed to learn proper orientation of partial latent palm prints. Evaluation and Comparison of Latent Prints - Florida/Georgia IAI
Licenses Federal Bureau of Investigation - Science of Fingerprints: , Expected in 06/1986
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Status - Received formal ten print fingerprint training. Learned the Henry Classification System. Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office - Advanced Latent Studies

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School Attended

  • Indian River State College
  • Indian River State College
  • American Institute of Applied

Job Titles Held:

  • Certified Latent Print Examiner
  • Fingerprint Examiner
  • Fingerprint Examiner

Degrees

  • Bachelor’s
  • Associate
  • I.A.I. Latent Print Certification has become a prerequisite
  • of Identification Certification Board
  • 24 hour course covering analyzing
  • Formal latent print training
  • 24 hour course covering analyzing, evaluating, comparing and verifying latent
  • Licenses Federal Bureau of Investigation - Science of Fingerprints

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