Forensic Facial Identification discusses the latest scientific and technical advancements in the field and their implications for practice in psychology, criminology, and law. Provides an upatoadate set of best practices for forensic facial identification Reviews current procedures for different facial identification methods and their reliability Covers eyewitness testimony, lineaups, facial composites, anthropological face reconstructions, CCTV images, and computerized automatic face recognition systems Incorporates case studies which put the latest research and technology in the proper legal contextFrom left to right, images are at a50%, a25%, 0% (unaltered original composite), +25% and +50% caricature. Positive values exaggerate distinctive shape information, while negative values deaemphasize this information to make the face appear more average. caricature alone (Frowd, et al., ... Dynamic caricature has been in police use since 2007 for releasing composites on TV, online newspapers andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Forensic Facial Identification|
|Author||:||Tim Valentine, Josh P Davis|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2015-06-22|