Facial reconstruction classes from instructor Joe Mullins

Forensic Sculpture

If you missed out on Betty Pat’s (last!) facial reconstruction class, don’t despair. You can still get some awesome training from Joe Mullins, who is teaching his forensic sculpting classes again in New York City, and Alexandria. If you didn’t know this already, Joe has worked at the National Center for Missing and Exploited children […]

New study focuses on age progression of missing children

James Lampinen

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The National Science Foundation has awarded $300,587 to University of Arkansas psychology professor James M. Lampinen and colleague Charles D. Frowd to learn more about age progression as a tool in the search for missing children. In about one-third of the long-term cases of missing children, investigators use photos that have been […]

Forensic Artist’s Facial Approximation Leads to Identification

facial approximation

NORFOLK: “They say dead men don’t talk, but when they share a room with Dr. Leah Bush, they do yield a few details. Bush, the state’s chief medical examiner, announced Thursday that one of more than 200 unidentified bodies the state has in its possession has been identified. A combination of sophisticated DNA testing and […]