Facial Comparison

Facial comparison (sometimes referred to as facial mapping) is the used for the comparing faces to aid in the identification, elimination, or just the fact that it is plausible that a suspect in question is the individual within a video or image.  Our advanced facial comparison expert techniques can yield solid scientific results in the field of facial comparison, with findings that are never under or overstated and only based on the evidence at hand. 

We use the FISWG (Facial Identification Scientific Working Group) recommended facial comparison method of  morphological analysis when performing facial recognition, supplemented with Super-Imposition where possible. This technique lists all features of an individual within a photo or video and compares the features to a suspect in question. We then compile a full detailed report on our analysis and findings. By comparing multiple facial features it increases the accuracy of the face mapping procedure and the method can be applied to various types of evidence, including CCTV, photographs and videos. 

Please click here to read our Facial Mapping Techniques Comparison Whitepaper & Forensic Focus article "When no conclusion can be a conclusion" for more information on face mapping.

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