AFIS Information Slide #3
Fingerprints are a critical biometric used commonly in Criminal Justice Forensic Identification Systems - Early fingerprint identification systems (AFIS) were devoted exclusively to the Criminal Justice arena. While accuracy levels were low, these systems provided the capability to review a forensic crime scene print (latent mark) against a large biometric fingerprint database. Where a forensic latent search without a suspect might have taken weeks, months or years to search in a manual environment (and therefore they were seldom done), the same forensic fingerprint search can be done in minutes with an automated criminal justice fingerprint identification system.
In essence, forensic latent fingerprint searching became practical for crimes other than those of high profile.
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