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The Henry Classification System is a long-standing method by which fingerprints are sorted by physiological characteristics for one-to-many searching.

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The Henry fingerprint classification system is seldom used today, but it may have ... In the Henry system, fingers that have a whorl pattern are used to define a ...

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History- The Henry Classification System is a scientific filing system based upon alpha-numeric fingerprint identification and cataloging. There are varying stories  ...

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Jan 15, 2014 ... Loop type patterns Place The Henry System of Classification (cont.) Blocked out fingerprint card Fingerprint Identification Six Divisions of ...

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Mar 19, 2016 ... So according to this formula and the Henry Classification System finger values, if a person has whorls on all ten fingers, then the classification ...

www.criminaljustice.ny.gov/ojis/history/ph_am_hn.htm

Primary Fingerprint Classifications come in the form of a fraction, such as 1/13, 23 /2, ... The major differences between the American and Henry Systems are the ...

www.criminaljustice.ny.gov/ojis/history/fp_sys.htm

During the 1870's, Dr. Henry Faulds, the British Surgeon-Superintendent of Tsukiji ... Henry's classification system assigned a value to each individual finger.

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Jun 22, 2005 ... Thus, a fingerprint card with the following Henry Classification: ... opposite finger classification as is done in the Henry system of classification.

www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/225325.pdf

associate them with any type of classification system for use in personal identification (Faulds, 1905, p 33). 5.3.2 Dr. Henry Faulds' Syllabic System.

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...the basis for the fingerprint classification systems developed by Sir Edward R. Henry, who later became chief commissioner of the London metropolitan police,  ...