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Latent Print Examiner Resume

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Michael May

269 Masonic Drive

Rapelje, MT 59067



Job Objective Experienced Latent Print Examiner seeking position with well-established business where my skills, training and experience can be of value.

Highlights of Qualifications:

  • Remarkable experience processing evidence with chemicals in a laboratory setting
  • Profound knowledge of latent fingerprint and evidence processing records
  • Extensive knowledge of photographing techniques and equipment
  • Familiarity with standard fingerprint classification and identification practices, techniques, and equipment
  • Ability to operate automated microfilm retrieval system
  • Ability to operate laboratory photographic equipment
  • Ability to process and photograph latent fingerprints
  • Ability to perform processing of materials for latent prints

Professional Experience:

Latent Print Examiner, August 2005 – Present

Harding Security, Rapelje, MT

  • Processed various types of evidence for latent prints.
  • Improved vidible latent prints.
  • Compared latent prints to know impressions.
  • Developed detailed reports on processes performed and results.
  • Trained personnel in the area of latent prints.
  • Maintained and documented the chain of custody of evidence.
  • Gathered and preserved possible DNA evidence.

Latent Print Examiner, May 2000 – July 2005

Ideal Innovations, Inc., Rapelje, MT

  • Examined, evaluated and made comparisons of latent fingerprints with known suspect’s inked fingerprints.
  • Processed evidence for latent fingerprints.
  • Received, examined and prepared evidence in the Crime Scene Investigation Laboratory.
  • Packaged and sent evidence to other formal laboratories for examination.
  • Maintained evidence-processing records.
  • Clicked photographs of evidence concerning latent fingerprints and latent print processing.


Bachelor’s Degree in Natural Science, Ohio Dominican University, Columbus, OH

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