Dr Stephen Bleay


NameDr Stephen Bleay
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Organisational UnitHuman Sciences
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-9176-5337

Research outputs

Fingerprinting: the UK landscape: processes, stakeholders, and interactions

Earwaker, H C, Charlton, D and Bleay, S (2015). Fingerprinting: the UK landscape: processes, stakeholders, and interactions. Horsham, West Sussex Knowledge Transfer Network.

Commentary for Chapter 1: Mass Spectrometry Methods for the Recovery of Forensic Intelligence from Fingermarks

Bleay, S (2019). Commentary for Chapter 1: Mass Spectrometry Methods for the Recovery of Forensic Intelligence from Fingermarks. in: Francese, S (ed.) Emerging Technologies for the Analysis of Forensic Traces Springer.

Assessing phosphomolybdic acid as a fingermark enhancement reagent

Davis, LWL, Bleay, SM and Kelly, PF (2018). Assessing phosphomolybdic acid as a fingermark enhancement reagent. Journal of Forensic Identification. 68 (2), pp. 257-280.

Visualisation of latent fingermarks on polymer banknotes using copper vacuum metal deposition: A preliminary study

Davis, LWL, Kelly, PF, King, RSP and Bleay, SM (2016). Visualisation of latent fingermarks on polymer banknotes using copper vacuum metal deposition: A preliminary study. Forensic Science International. 266, pp. e86-e92.

The influence of materials on fingermark enhancement

Downham, R and Bleay, S (2016). The influence of materials on fingermark enhancement. Materials World. 24.

Home Office Fingerprint Source Book

Bandey, H, Bleay, S, Bowman, V, Downham, R, Sears, V, Gibson, A, Selway, C, Ramadani, J and Ciuksza, T (2018). Home Office Fingerprint Source Book. London Home Office.

Introduction: Fingerprint Development Techniques: Theory and Application

Bleay, SM, Croxton, RS and De Puit, M (2018). Introduction: Fingerprint Development Techniques: Theory and Application. in: Fingerprint Development Techniques: Theory and Application Chichester John Wiley & Sons Ltd. pp. 1-500

Fingermark visualisation on metal surfaces: An initial investigation of the influence of surface condition on process effectiveness

Pitera, M, Sears, VG, Bleay, SM and Park, S (2018). Fingermark visualisation on metal surfaces: An initial investigation of the influence of surface condition on process effectiveness. Science and Justice. 58 (5), pp. 372-383.

Visualising the past – An evaluation of processes and sequences for fingermark recovery from old documents

Bleay, S, Fitzgerald, L, Sears, V and Kent, T (2018). Visualising the past – An evaluation of processes and sequences for fingermark recovery from old documents. Science and Justice. 59 (2), pp. 125-137.

An evaluation of the effect of incorporating metal salts into 1,8 diazafluoren-9-one (DFO) formulations for fingermark enhancement

Mayse, K, Sears, VG, Nicolasora, N and Bleay, S (2019). An evaluation of the effect of incorporating metal salts into 1,8 diazafluoren-9-one (DFO) formulations for fingermark enhancement. Science and Justice.

The effect of DNA recovery on the subsequent quality of latent fingermarks: a pseudo-operational trial

Fieldhouse, S., Parsons, R., Bleay, S. and Walton-Williams, L. (2019). The effect of DNA recovery on the subsequent quality of latent fingermarks: a pseudo-operational trial. Forensic Science International. 307, p. 110076.

A comparative evaluation of the disulfur dinitride process for the visualisation of fingermarks on metal surfaces

Bleay, S, Kelly, P, King, R and Thorngate, S (2019). A comparative evaluation of the disulfur dinitride process for the visualisation of fingermarks on metal surfaces. Science and Justice. 59 (6), pp. 606-621.
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