footprint

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footprint

The area of land physically occupied by a building, including its square footage and shape.

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To kick-start the initiative West Midlands Police's Safer Homes anti-burglary operation planned a six-month long competition to encourage bobbies to copy as many shoeprints as possible, with cash prizes going to the top three performers.
These range from an initial self-examination of the skin, circulation, and flexibility of each foot to reading footprints and shoeprints as red flags that may require additional medical attention from an orthopedic foot and ankle specialist.
blood, handprints, shoeprints, seminal fluid), but could not link any physical evidence to these three suspects.
When the integrity of fingerprints and shoeprints is jeopardized, it is time for agencies to rethink their approach to crime scene work.