Troy, MI Police Department is now using SketchCop FACETTE to fight crime!

SketchCop Solutions is pleased to add Troy, MI Police Department to our list of valued law enforcement clients.  Like many police agencies, they were frustrated by the lack of quality facial composite software programs.  They wanted a program that was versatile, easy to use and had a training component that supported the software. Troy Police Department took…

SketchCop Solutions is Turning Heads with ForensicaGPS

ForensicaGPSEach 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 to their forensic facial imaging toolbox – facial recognition.  These powerful software programs rely on high-speed mathematical algorithms to quickly examine and sort through an innumerable amount of photographs hoping to match them to the target image.  A list of probable candidates is then forwarded to investigators for further follow up.

Surveillance photographs, still images and composite sketches are but just a few of the images that can be fed into these systems.  With the proliferation of cell phone cameras, private and governmental surveillance camera systems, as well as other image capture devices, law enforcement are relying on these images more than ever before.

Making Faces with SketchCop Solutions

anymeetingSketchCop 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.

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Here are some of our upcoming highlights. 

Ohio Deputies Sack Up The Pillowcase Bandit

Crime Date: August 8, 2014 Crime: Residential Burglary Series Agency: Auglaize County, OH Sheriff’s Office Several law enforcement agencies in Western Ohio were investigating a series of residential burglaries committed by an unknown suspect they called, “The Pillowcase Bandit”.  During his crime spree, that lasted several months, the suspect broke into approximately twenty-nine homes in Auglaize,…