Nowadays it’s hard to go anywhere without being seen on cameras or cellphones but when there’s a crime the lens doesn’t catch that’s when Baltimore Police call Michael Streed, also known as the “Sketch Cop.” WMAR-ABC2 News Baltimore’s Mallory Sofastaii talks to Michael W. Streed about his career as Baltimore Police Department’s first full-time forensic…
Michael W. Streed, of SketchCop Solutions, talks to Daily Bulletin News Reporter Lori Fowler about why he created SketchCop FACETTE Face Design System Software and how it is helping law enforcement in their hunt for criminals.
See how the Ohio State Attorney General’s Office Bureau of Criminal Apprehension uses SketchCop FACETTE to solve cases in this news story by WBNS – 10tv reporter Maureen Kocot.
Erik Ortiz, NBC News, examines the state of forensic art versus technology in his article titled, ‘Dying Art?’: Forensic Artists Face a Digital Future. In his article, Ortiz interviews Michael W. Streed, owner of SketchCop Solutions, about his views on the ‘state of the art’. To learn more about how SketchCop Solutions is leading the evolution from pencil…
Ask a Forensic Artist, a popular forensic science website, published an interview featuring Michael W. Streed, owner of SketchCop Solutions. To read more about Michael’s fascinating career as one of America’s leading and most innovative Forensic Artists, click on the link. http://www.askaforensicartist.com/forensic-artist-qa-with-michael-streed/
This video from a news story in Greenville, NC demonstrates how police in the field are using SketchCop FACETTE.
In this case, a police officer used a description provided by a victim to find a kidnapping suspect within hours of the victim’s escape.