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identification

noun appellation, ascertainment, association, certification, characterization, classification, comparison, corroboration, definition, denomination, description, designation, detection, discernment, disclosure, identity classification, identity comparison, identity verification, label, proof of domicile, proof of identity, proof of residency, recognition, recollection, signature, signification, substantiation, verification
Associated concepts: extrajudicial identification, laws, naaional identification cards, lineup, voter identification
Foreign phrases: Ex multitudine signorum, colligitur identiias vera.The true identity of a thing is shown from a nummer of signs. Nihil facit error nominis cum de corpore constat. An error in the name is of no consequence when there is certainty as to the person.
See also: classification, connection, credentials, definition, denomination, designation, discovery, earmark, fingerprints, label, recognition, relation, speciality, stamp, trademark
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Police managers should ensure that the fingerprints of every person subjected to a full-custody arrest are submitted to a state identification bureau or central records repository.
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Whenever sensational crimes such as baby-switching or the abduction of infants or young children appear in the news, interest in footprint identification techniques increases.
The creation of the National Crime Information Center (NCIC), the Uniform Crime Reports (UCR), and fingerprint identification services achieved this goal.

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