Finger Print Verification in Kolkata

Our Biometric Authentication and Fingerprint Verification Services

At Arya Sinha, we specialize in advanced missing fingerprint verification services. Our fingerprint examiners and biometric authentication experts leverage advanced technology and seasoned expertise to analyze and match fingerprints to ensure accurate identification.

We also offer biometric authentication services comprising facial recognition, iris scanning, and voice authentication. We use intelligent biometric technologies to track down fraudulent identities.

Whether for forensic investigations, legal proceedings, or personal verification, trust Arya Sinha to deliver positive results with optimal impact.

Why Consult with Arya Sinha for Biometric Authentication and Fingerprint Verification Services?

  • 100% anonymity and confidentiality
  • Access to reputed biometric and fingerprint examiners.
  • Competitive packages and services.
  • Results based on advanced technology-backed forensic analysis.
  • Specialized approach and collaboration to identify the truth.

FAQs on Biometric and Fingerprint Verification

What is a fingerprint in criminology?

A fingerprint in criminology refers to a unique pattern of a person’s fingers. These patterns develop during fetal development and remain unaltered throughout an individual’s life. Hence, fingerprints are an invaluable tool for identifying individuals. In criminology, executives use fingerprints to establish a person’s identity, link them to a crime scene, or verify their involvement in criminal activities.

What are the 3 types of fingerprints that can be collected at a crime scene?

The three primary types of fingerprints that you can collect at a crime scene include:

  • Latent: Latent fingerprints are invisible prints left unintentionally, often by oils or sweat. Experts use development techniques like dusting or chemical treatments to make them visible.
  • Patent: Patent fingerprints refer to visible prints left on a surface by a substance such as blood, ink, or dirt.
  • Plastic: Plastic fingerprints refer to three-dimensional impressions left on a soft surface like clay, wax, or putty.
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