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Highlights: I.A.I. response to the National Academies of Science report on forensic science ; IAI update for September 2009; NJIAI Annual Conference information
Highlights: "Understanding the ACE-V Methodology as Applied to Fingerprint Comparisons," by Lt. R.J. Garrett, ret. ; IAI update for February 2009
AUTUMN 2007 / WINTER 2008
Highlights: "Fingerprint Misunderstandings," by Lt. R.J. Garrett, ret. ; IAI update for May 2008; Training notices.
SPRING 2007 / SUMMER 2007
Highlights: "A Study in the Use of Wound Pattern Analysis by Medical Examiners of New Jersey," by Rupendra Simlot and Candice Ray ; IAI position statement on latent print examination; IAI update for December 2007.
AUTUMN 2006 / WINTER 2007
Highlights: "Madrid Bombing Erroneous Fingerprint Identification," by Gary Jones; "Drawing without a Net?" by Charles Jackson, Haddon Twp. PD; IAI MonthlyUpdate
Highlights: Minutes of the Annual Business Meeting, October 18, 2006; IAI Update for November 2006.
Highlights: "Reversing the C.S.I. Effect One Classroom at a Time," Charles Jackson, Haddon Twp. PD; 20th Annual Conference information; Regional Representative Report.
Highlights: "To Chart or Not to Chart" by Lt. R.J. Garrett, ret., IDMAN Forensics, LLC; March 2006 I.A.I. update.
Highlights: Training and meeting information; February 2006 IAI update
Highlights: "The Deposition" by Gary Jones, Gary W. Jones Fingerprint Services; September 2005 I.A.I. update; Conference info and registration forms.
Highlights: "Hand Drawn Composites, Alive and Well," by Charles T. Jackson, CFA, Haddon Twp. Police Dept.; July 2005 I.A.I. update; Latest conference news.
Highlights: "Calibrating Your Digital Camera for 1000 PPI," by Lt. R.J. Garrett, ret., IDMAN Forensics, LLC; Minutes of February 17, 2005 business meeting; April meeting information; March 2005 I.A.I. Update.
Highlights: December and January updates from the IAI; Minutes of the annual business meeting held October 20, 2004.
Highlights: Update from the IAI Chief Operating Officer, Joe Polski; Applications and information about the 18th Educational conference at the Trump Marina Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City, October 17-20, 2004; Listing of training opportunities.
Highlights: " Palmprint and Handwriting I.D. Satisfy Daubert Rule," by Professor Andre A. Moenssens, University of Missouri - Kansas City; Fall conference information.
Highlights: "Creating 1:1 Photographs using Adobe Photoshop®," by Lt. R.J. Garrett, ret., IDMAN Forensics, LLC; Memorial to Jay Wallace; Training and meeting notices.
Highlights: "Small Police Department Forensics and DNA," by D/Sgt. Ralph Barfield, Charlottesville (VA) Police Dept.; Minutes of the annual business meeting in Atlantic City; Training and meeting notice.
Highlights: "Do-It-Yourself Film Digitizer" make your own multi-format negative and slide copier by Lt. R.J. Garrett, Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office; Registration forms for the 17th Annual Educational Conference in Atlantic City.
Highlights: "Infrared Light: Electronic vs. Film Capture," by Lt. R.J. Garrett, Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office; Registration form for the 17th Annual Educational Conference in Atlantic City; Minutes of the May business meeting; Photos from the Basic Crime Scene School.
Highlights: "A Study of Forensic Science Laboratories and Quality Assurance Program," by Dr. Ruprendra Simlot, Richard Stockton College of NJ; Minutes of the January 2003 and March 2003 quarterly business meetings; Announcement of upcoming training.
Highlights: Developing Latent Prints on Adhesive Surfaces by Lt. R.J. Garrett, Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office; Minutes of the Annual Business Meeting, October 23, 2002; Announcement of upcoming training; Announcement of the new annual conference site.
Highlights: Development of Friction Ridge Detail on Counterfeit Currency, by David Lloyd, Fingerprint Specialist, US Secret Service; Forensic Investigation of Hit and Run Accidents, by Dr. Rupendra Simlot and Kimberly Foy, Richard Stockton College Criminal Justice Program; Updated schedule for the Annual Educational Conference in Cape May; I.A.I. Training opportunities.
Highlights: Developing latent prints from latex rubber glove, by Det. Mark Ianni, Edison Twp. Police Dept.; Minutes of the May and June Meetings; Schedule for the Annual Educational Conference in Cape May; Conference applications.
Highlights: Latent Print Tonal Reversal: Cause and Effect by Det. Timothy Sethman, Westmoreland County (PA) D.A.'s Office; May & June Meeting Announcements; NJIAI.ORG, new Internet domain for NJ State Division.
Highlights: New FBI Fingerprint Policy; SWGFAST objectives by Alan McRoberts; February meeting notice; Administrative notice from the Crime Scene Certification Board; Photos from the annual conference held in October 2001.
Highlights: Updated schedule for the 15th Annual Educational Conference in Cape May, Oct. 14-17, 2001; Detecting and Preserving Latent Fingerprints on Skin by Lt. R.J. Garrett, Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office; Photographs from the Basic Crime Scene Investigation School; President's Farewell Message from Merrill Brant.
Highlights: Schedule and application forms for the 15th Annual Educational Conference in Cape May, NJ; IAI response to NY Times article on Fingerprints; Ardrox Fluorescent Dye Staining by Lt. R.J. Garrett, Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office; Information on the Basic Crime Scene Investigation Course to be held in August 2001.
Highlights: Information regarding the 15th Annual Educational Conference in Cape May, NJ; Preserving Tire and Shoe Impression Evidence by Lt. R.J. Garrett, Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office; June meeting announcement.
Highlights: Minutes of the annual business meeting, Cape May, NJ; Conference photos; Technical Notes - Small Particle Reagent; Spring 2001 Meeting/Training schedule.
Highlights: Information regarding the 14th Annual Educational Conference in Cape May,NJ; Forensic Canine Unit and Criminal Investigation by Rupendra Simlot, Ph.D., M.B.A.; False Allegations by Timothy F. Sullivan, III, FBI (ret).
Highlights: The Use of Forensic DNA Technology and Case Decisions Reversed by Rupendra Simlot, Ph.D., M.B.A.; Photos from the Basic Crime Scene School April 24-28; Information regarding the 14th Annual Educational Conference in Cape May,NJ
Highlights: Book review - Courtroom testimony for the Fingerprint Expert; When the Shoe Doesn't Fit - A Case Study by Tim Sethman; Information regarding the 14th Annual Educational Conference in Cape May,NJ
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