|Product Feature: New Twists on Familiar Safeguards for Schools
|Scott Harris, Freelance Writer
Putting a Name to Face
Surveillance cameras are standard in many schools. But what do law enforcement officers do when the camera does not capture a clear image of a suspect’s face? Unfortunately, public safety officials in this situation often find themselves out of luck.
The face is the most recognizable part of the body, and as such is the most helpful feature when attempting to identify a person of interest. Forensica, an innovative service from the New Hampshire firm Animetrics can help police officers do their jobs more effectively and efficiently by turning a grainy or incomplete photo into a fuller, more actionable piece of evidence.