Entertaining and educational, a veteran forensic artist sheds light on the true nature of the profession, and tells how you hold the key to solving law enforcement's coldest cases.
In this book, you'll:
From the inside of an evidence locker lined with human skulls, to the backroom of a convenience store where a traumatized witness describes the face of their attacker, Ask a Forensic Artist separates the myths from the hype, giving you an insider's look into the odd and compelling work of the artists working behind the scenes in law enforcement.
With over 70 photo and illustrations, this book is a must-read for forensic fans, students, true crime enthusiasts, and the curious of mind.Über den Autor:
Lisa Bailey has worked on hundreds of cases involving the facial approximation of unidentified remains, composite sketches of suspects, and age progressions of fugitives and missing children. She has led research initiatives in facial approximation and victim identification, including a project with the University of Tennessee Anthropological Research Facility. She has been interviewed for the Washington Post, National Public Radio, and Metro World News, lectured numerous times to senior members of the law enforcement community, and provided forensic art training to law enforcement personnel. Her website, askaforensicartist.com is the first of its kind, offering tutorials, news, and updates about the field of forensic art. Lisa proudly served in the US Navy, and worked as an artist at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory before earning her BA in Art. She is currently an employee of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
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