Over a two-day period, several officers attended a live webinar to learn how to use SketchCop® Facial Composite System. The training was conducted by Michael W. Streed – The SketchCop®.

The webinar covered many topics including, how to interview eyewitnesses to create and edit a facial composite using SketchCop® Facial Composite System

In the future, SketchCop® Solutions looks forward to becoming an important part of the Philippine National Police’s crime-fighting strategy.


In 2017, The Quezon City Police branch of the Philippine National Police purchased twelve SketchCop® Facial Composite System software licenses. Since then, they’ve deployed our advanced crime-fighting tool to police stations across the city, with a plan for additional licenses in the future.

Their addition of our software became such a significant event; police held a press conference attended by CNN and other local news outlets.

South America

Several South American law enforcement agencies have shown interest in SketchCop® Facial Composite System, including the Paraguay National Police who recently purchased their own software licenses.

During a demonstration, officers from Colombian law enforcement agencies used SketchCop® Facial Composite System to create facial composites copied from a police artist’s sketch. After using trying out our program, they were impressed with how easily they could create and edit an image that looked like it was hand-sketched.

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