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Document Analysis 2

Meg Barr and Julie Merli
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Meg Barr

on 5 October 2012

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By: Meg Barr and Julie Merli Document Analysis Analyzing and comparing of questioned
handwriting, hand printing, typewriting,
photocopies, papers, inks, and other
documentary evidence with known material
in order to establish the authenticity
of the material as well as
the detection of
alterations. -a baccalaureate degree or higher




-must participate in continuing education and work
regularly in this field.
- two letters of recommendation, needed to take exam
-must pass certification exam given by the ABFDE Training
Necessary Examine all documents found at a
crime scene (the handwriting, ink, etc.)
to determine if it is a commercial printing,
photocopy and or to identify any changes
made to a document to verify
its legitimacy. Example Definition Responsibilities Video -must have participated in a full-time training program
with a document laboratory that these
organizations (AVFDE or BFDE) recognize Works Cited http://www.abfde.org/fde.htm
http://www.ehow.com/about_6727716_forensic-document-examination-training.html
http://education-portal.com/articles/Certified_Forensic_Document_Examiner_Job_Description_and_Requirements.html What do forensic document examiners look at? Number 1 a) Handwriting
b)Typewriting
c) Ink
d) All of the above d) all of the above Which of the following is TRUE? Number 2 a) After passing the exam a document examiner does not
need to continue education.
b) Letters of recommendation are not needed to take the
certification exam.
c) You must major in forensic document examination to
become a document analyst.
d) The ABFDE administers the certification exam. d) The ABFDE administers the certification exam. How many letters of recommendation
are required to become a working
forensic document analyst? Number 3 a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4 or more b) 2 Number 4 Which is NOT a responsibility of
a forensic document analyst? a) compare fingerprints
b) analyze ink
c) determine if it is a commercial printing
d) analyze handwriting a) compare fingerprints Number 5 What amount of autographed sports memorabilia in the US is forged? a) about 5-10%
b) about 50%
c) about 95%
d) it cannot be determined b) about 50%
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