No. RINs generally mean nothing. They are simply the indices into the table of info about people in the order entered. When a person is deleted, the RIN is reused for the next person added. So RINs have no permanent life and mean nothing to anyone reading a report so they don't appear in any report. Ditto FRINs. You won't find a book or article published that is ordered by RINs for those reasons.
(They may be useful for temporary purposes such as referencing a person to add to a family, but only so long as nobody is ever deleted.)
(They are also useful for discriminating between two people with the same name.)