Criminal Composites Date Criminal Composites Abstract Our society is faced by a myriad problem when it comes to identification of criminal components and suspects. This process appears to be complex due to the technicalities that arise during the process. This has been a problem since interception of criminal activities across the globe. A development has arisen where the use of the photos can be used to connectively identify the criminals through the use of unique human features and characteristics through identification. Developing composite photography has helped in identifying the criminal suspects. The process involves using individual’s teeth ears eyes and hair in prompting recognition in individual witnesses. In this research paper an exploration of the photography of criminal composites shall be analyzed in details. Francis Galton the first developer of this method will help understand the method better. Through this the focus will be on the development of composites criminalities. These include pointy heads receding jaws heavy jaws scanty beards and ‘sugar loaf’ shaped skulls. Considering the fact that an individual is born with these characteristics then it goes without saying that criminal activities can be inherited according to Lambroso. This concept is still in use in the modern society where individuals have to look at individual’s pictures to determine their criminal validity and the criminal activities they are likely to cause as studied by physiognomists. Bibliography Frowd Charlie. Skelton Faye. C. Atherton Chris and Hancock Peter J. B. Evolving an identifiable face of a criminal. 25 (2) 2012: 116-119 Galton Francis. Composite portraiture: A communication from Francis Galton. The Photographic News 32(1547) April 27 1888: 237 Galton Francis. Composite portraits. Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 8 132-142 Galton Francis. Analytical Portraiture. Nature 1900 320 Nature 18: Composite Portraits. May 23 1878: 97-100 [...]
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