Each day, forensic artists work with victims and eyewitnesses to exploit an assailant’s most visible asset – their face. Whether using traditional methods, or a computer software program, these dedicated artists provide facial composites to law enforcement with the hope they will lead to an identification. Now, investigators have a new high-tech tool to add…Details
SketchCop Solutions is pleased to announce the launch of SketchCop REMOTE. Our new online service connects law enforcement with a skilled, qualified forensic artist. Agencies without access to a forensic artist can now request an appointment with only the click of a mouse.
SketchCop Solutions continues into 2015 as Law Enforcement’s Source for Facial Imaging and Identification. We do this by offering cost-effective solutions for law enforcement agencies – large or small. We offer case consulting services, remote composite interviews, facial composite software, training and much more. Consult our website at: www.SketchCop.com to learn more. Here are some of…Details
SketchCop Solutions invites all civilian and military law enforcement agencies, intelligence groups, private investigators, corporate security firms, academic forensic science programs and other select organizations to try SketchCop FACETTE, our industry-leading facial composite software. SketchCop FACETTE creates ‘killer images’ that close cases and bring criminals to justice. Facial composites have proven themselves to be an effective law…Details
SketchCop Solutions is pleased to announce our upcoming, 2-day, hands-on training course – Creating Digital Composite Images for Law Enforcement, scheduled for October 23 & 24, 2014 in Baltimore, Maryland. Attendees will learn how to develop interview strategies, testify in court as an expert witness, create high-quality facial composites using SketchCop FACETTE software and much,…Details
On March 3, 2014, NBC news reporter Erik Ortiz published an online news article titled: ‘Dying Art?’: Forensic Artists Face a Digital Future. The article highlights the struggle between traditional forensic artists and software programs that create composite images. This subject is one that law enforcement has long struggled with. That’s because for years, a…Details
Constable Jake Friesen is a Forensic Identification Officer with the Peterborough – Lakefield Community Police in Ontario, Canada. When he is not collecting evidence at crime scenes, Jake serves as the department’s Forensic Artist. Jake is a successful and talented artist who spearheaded the department’s purchase of SketchCop FACETTE Face Design System Software.
Occasionally, a debate erupts among Forensic Artists about whether or not to use photo references during a composite interview. While there are many good points to be made on either side of the argument, my position has always been to use the method that works best for your eyewitness. A majority of Forensic Artists have…Details
Over the years I’ve learned that most jobs are made easier by having the right tools. This is equally important in the computing world when you are trying to find the proper peripheral to help maximize your software experience. When it comes to using SketchCop FACETTE software; I’ve found that a graphics tablet, with pen,…Details
With your help, SketchCop Solutions made it to Round 2 of Intuit’s Small Business Big Game. We’ve cleared most of the field but now it’s time to vote again. One of our most popular products, SketchCop FACETTE, helps police catch criminals while empowering victims to get in the fight against crime! We are competing against 10,000…Details