Over the last year our newsletters have covered my thoughts about forensic facial imaging and its importance to law enforcement as an investigative/forensic tool.
Now, it’s time to stop talking and time to start sketching!
Because you have waited so patiently, we are rewarding your patience with a live course.
Creating Digital Faces for Law Enforcement is a 2-day, ‘hands-on’ weekend (Saturday/Sunday) workshop that teaches students the proper foundation for obtaining key information needed to create and edit digital facial composites that help put a face on crime.
Note: Art skills are NOT required.
Our course is arguably the first of its kind to address the creation of software-driven facial composites for non-artist/technicians. Forensic science students, law enforcement or forensic science professionals/crime scene investigators looking to add another skill to your forensic toolkit, will benefit greatly by attending our workshop.
Those who are artists, a true crime junkies, authors, or just have a genuine interest in this course are also welcome to attend.
General course topics include:
- Facial anatomy
- Eyewitness interview
- Courtroom testimony
- Using Frontalis® Facial Composite System Software
- Image editing
- Practical exercises
- Additional topics as selected by instructor
Workshop students ARE REQUIRED to bring their own laptop computers running Windows® OS. Those using a MacBook, should be running Windows® Bootcamp, or Parallels Software.
Course materials include a 30-day trial of Frontalis® Facial Composite System Software, course handouts, a digital tablet and a Certificate of Attendance.
I am pleased to be instructing the workshop and look forward to meeting those who attend. As we prepare for the workshop, it would be helpful for you to let us know if you would be interested in attending.
If you’re in…and I hope you are. Then send me an e-mail at: Contact@SketchCop.com and provide your name and contact information so we can let you know when the course is ready to launch.
If you’ve been curious about how to make your move from pencils to pixels, now is the perfect time. Once we determine the number of students, we will release additional information about the cost, times, location and how to register.