Forensic Art and Facial Reconstruction - Event Details
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Forensic Art and Facial Reconstruction
Location: UCB 113
Join us for a special presentation by speaker Ingrid Dean, retired Michigan State Police sergeant, now working for the Hawaiʻi Police Department as a civilian forensic artist and polygraph examiner. The art presentation will explain how forensic artists generate drawings of suspects and how they create likenesses of unidentified people with clay on human skulls.
This event is co-sponsored by the Hilo Branch of AAUW (American Association of University Women) and the UH Hilo Women’s Center.
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