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roll (one's) (finger)prints

To capture a copy of one's fingerprints either using ink or some kind of digital scanning device. You're not under arrest, we just want to roll your prints to distinguish them from any others we might find at the crime scene. The immigration department now uses a digital scanner when they roll people's fingerprints, making it much easier to keep track of them within the system.
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roll a set of (finger)prints

To capture a copy of someone's fingerprints either using ink or some kind of digital scanning device. You're not under arrest, we just want to roll a set of prints to distinguish them from any others we might find at the crime scene. The immigration department now uses a digital scanner when they roll a set of fingerprints, making it much easier to keep track of people within the system.
See also: of, roll, set
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It is based on fingerprint submissions received and retained in the FBI NGI database.
But the important point for people to remember is that they are ordinarily fingerprinted each time they apply for any kind of immigration benefit, including: visa at the US embassy; immigration benefits in the US by USCIS (such as work authorizations, adjustment, etc.); by CBP when crossing the border or entering the US at an airport; old asylum cases, etc.
In this paper, we have used minutiae based extraction technique for fingerprint matching with enhanced features to increase verification capability of fingerprints.
First, we test the proposed algorithm on the same sample latent fingerprints of different image qualities from NIST SD27 database as those in [3].
The influence of temperature to electrochemical fingerprints of Radix Paeoniae Alba was studied from 35 to 50 AdegC.
To test the scanners, they created life-size 3D hand models complete with all five fingerprints.
All fingerprints with a specified number of highest scores are obtained as a result set.
where [d.sup.2]([f.sub.i], [F.sub.l] \ [f.sub.i]) = square of Euclidian distance between [f.sub.i] and mean ([F.sub.l] \ [f.sub.i]) and mean ([F.sub.l] \ [f.sub.i]) denotes an artificial fingerprint with elements that are the mean values of elements for all fingerprints in [F.sub.l], excluding [f.sub.i].
This paper conducted a test using a DB of Set A fingerprints of FVC 2002 [18].
This direct, fast, and simple method makes both fresh and old fingerprints visible without destroying them.
Patrick Harrington, prosecuting, said it was accepted that Mr Garrett had in his possession the fingerprints of Jason Richards and Ben Hope.
Ndeitunga added that the fact that fingerprinting is one of the most important forensic tools in the investigation of crime, makes it imperative for SARPCCO member countries to have qualified fingerprint experts who would be able to use this tool without difficulty to identify offenders through fingerprints.
Such biometric markers can be established by analysing the speech, handwriting, iris patterns, distribution of blood vessels, DNK and fingerprints.
SEOUL, KOREA, June 10, 2019 - (ACN Newswire) - Suprema ID, a leading global provider of biometrics and ID solutions, today announced it will showcase the new FAP30-compliant BioMini Slim 3 fingerprint scanner, at SDW2019 in London, UK on 11 - 13 June 2019.