The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children has been creating age progressions for long term missing children since 1989. The forensic artists also create facial reconstructions from unidentified remains of children. This webinar will focus on how digital images are created at NCMEC and show examples of successful cases using forensic imaging techniques.
- “The best seminar ever… Wow. what a blessing this was to hear and see how and what forensic science has become in the past few years… What an inspiration for a passionate, rewarding and meaningful career for someone starting a new profession! Who knew a fine arts degree to lead to this!!” — Pamela
- “Everything was great. As someone who works with families, the importance of providing multiple photos was a key that I will take to the families in the future. This was fascinating! What an incredible service.” — Hazel
- “It was very interesting to see how they were able to use the old photos to age progress a missing person.” — Christine
- The science-based methodology and precautions so images have the best chance of approximating the real individual.” – Lori
- “The techniques, specifically. Fascinating, great material, and well-presented. It was awesome.” — Nathalie