Facial Mapping

Facial mapping, also referred to as facial imaging, refers to the systematic techniques used by scientists and experts to compare two or more facial images from differing sources to establish similarity and determine whether or not the images contain the same person. The facial images used for comparison often originate from CCTV and video but could also originate from:

  • Artist composite
  • Computerised facial images
  • Computerised or artist’s impression
  • Post-mortem interpretation

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