1853 – Born on the 23rd of April in Paris, France.
Worked as records clerk in a police department.
1882 – Presented a criminal identification system known as anthropometry for law enforcement.
1884 – The system was quickly adopted widely by American and British police forces.
1899 – Witnessed for the prosecution in the Dreyfus Affair.
Bertillon standardized the criminal mug shot and the evidence picture.
He developed "metric photography".
1914 – Alphonse Bertillon died on 13th of February in Münsterlingen, Switzerland.
He was the father of criminal identification.