CRJS478 db2

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The bones of the face, or skull as it is sometimes referred to, are there for the purpose of protecting and supporting the entrance to the digestive system and the respiratory system. These bones also provide sites for the attachment of muscles that control the mouth, eyes, scalp, and lower jaw. The bones and muscles of the face and head are all needed by forensics teams to recreate what was once the face of an individual. This is known as facial reconstruction. The skull provides clues to the personal appearance. Facial reconstruction can put a name on an unidentified body in a modern forensic case. • In 4–6 paragraphs, address the following: o Why do you think facial reconstruction is important to a crime scene? Explain. o What do you think are the most significant challenges associated with facial reconstruction? Explain. o What is the most important historical contribution to the study of facial reconstruction? Why? o What role do you think technology has played in improving facial r

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CRJS478-DB2NameClassDateProfessorFacial Reconstruction Facial reconstruction is when a forensic artist uses the skull of located remains in order to develop a three dimensional reconstruction of the face. This face is then used to help identify the skull that has been located. Facial reconstruction is important because it help police to identify the bones that have been located. When bodies are found when they have turned into a skeleton it is much harder for forensic examiners to identify the body. There is no fingerprints left on the skeleton to help point to their identity and there is no DNA left to match the body to missing people in the country. Through facial reconstruction the forensic artist can create a likeness that can then be used for a visual aid for the public. When the picture of the newly reconstructed skull is released to the public the police can develop leads on the identity of the unknown person. Secondly even if police are aware that someone has gone missing in the area it is impossible to distinguish one bone from another especially if the body has been left in the elements. Police can use the facial reconstruction to make

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