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How do latent print examiners perceive proficiency testing? An analysis of examiner perceptions, performance, and print quality

Conference/Workshop:
American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Scientific Meeting
Published: 2019
Primary Author: Sharon Kelley
Secondary Authors: Daniel C. Murrie, Brett O. Gardner, Karen D. H. Pan, Karen Kafadar, Kellyn Blaisdell
Research Area: Latent Print

The goal of this presentation is to educate attendees on how latent print examiners view current proficiency testing items and
how such views relate to more objective measures of proficiency tests, such as print quality metrics and examiner test performance.

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