Fingerprint and Hand Orientation course

Assist the investigation team, the Judge and Jury, in understanding the true nature and significance of a fingerprint and its relationship to its location.

Use fully articulated, computer generated, 3 dimensional hands to illustrate the various positions the fingers and hand could have been in when depositing the print.
This method of illustration is successfully used in court.
The course includes full training notes, 3 dimensional models of hands, software and one year's post training support. The post training support includes on site reviews, top up training and a help line.

Save time in court using clear unambiguous graphics.


Provide clearer understanding of fingerprints using orientated hands.


Use colour coding to clearly differentiate between people.


Assist investigators in understanding context of fingerprints.