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WVU Forensics Department Holds Fingerprinting Class for Students

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MORGANTOWN -

West Virginia University continued its forensic learning series on Saturday.

Three different classes of almost 100 middle school and high school students learned about fingerprinting throughout the day.

Three methods of obtaining fingerprints were taught, including super glue fuming, print classification using prints on balloons, and black powder magnetic prints.

The students were able to get hands on experience with WVU forensic students and professors.

There are more opportunities to join in the forensic fun.

Here is list of the remaining classes.

Footwear Impression Evidence-Mar. 22

Firearm Identification-April 26

Bloodstain Pattern Analysis-May 24