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5th Conference of the European Division of the International Association for Identification

 

at THE JUDICIAL POLICE HEADQUARTERS 

Lisbon, Portugal, 2021

 

 

WE WOULD LIKE TO THANKS

OUR CO-ORGANIZER

 

THE PORTUGAL NATIONAL CRIME LAB

 

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KEYNOTE SPEAKER:

 

Glenn Langenburg

 

 

 

Title: Facing the Future

 

This presentation discusses the need to face the issues that have arisen in the field of forensic science, and move forward.  To do so, we must embrace technology that has been developed to improve the science, the objectivity, and the accuracy of our examinations.  We must do so, not because we are being ‘forced to’ by critics, academics, and commenters; but because we must evolve as a science.  If we wish to thrive in the future, we must face and embrace the future.

 

 

Bio

 

Glenn Langenburg is certified latent print examiner and has been performing fingerprint examinations for over 20 years.  He manages a consulting business (Elite Forensic Services, LLC) which provides training courses to fingerprint examiners around the world.  He has experience with crime scenes and bloodstain pattern evidence.  Glenn has a Ph.D. in Forensic Science from the University of Lausanne in Switzerland. His thesis, “A Critical Analysis and Study of the ACE-V Process”, focuses on decision-making and the application of ACE-V by fingerprint experts.  Glenn has lectured and hosted workshops nationally and internationally at forensic science conferences on topics including Daubert issues, research, probabilistic approach, error rates, and fingerprint methodology.  He has published numerous research articles in peer reviewed journals.  He also co-hosts a podcast, “The Double Loop Podcast”, on fingerprint topics with Eric Ray. 

 

 

Irene Revestido Rivera

 

Lecture:

Facial Recognition: INTERPOL perspective.

 

In a globalized world, crime does not concern a single country. With the latest developments in the facial recognition technology, INTERPOL uses its capacities to run searches in the only international facial database. In this presentation, we will review the curren scenario and some real cases.

 

Workshop (3 hours):

Facial Recognition: A practical approach.

 

During this session, we will review some of the basic concepts used in the Facial Recognition field, always following the Facial Identification Scientific Working Group (FISWG) recommendations. It shall include guided practical exercises.

 

 

Biography:

Irene REVESTIDO RIVERA is a face examiner at the Forensic and Police Data Management Sub-Directorate in the INTERPOL Secretariat General (Lyon). She holds a MSc in Biology and a MSc in Forensic Sciences, and she joined the National Spanish Police in 2009, starting to work in Facial Image Comparison by the end of 2012. In January 2018, she moved to Lyon to work at the Facial Recognition Unit where she continues working on the facial field (using Automatic Facial Recognition Systems) and promoting the service by delivering presentations, trainings, organizing symposiums, as well as supporting member countries and other internal units. Since the beginning of 2019, she is the chairperson of the INTERPOL Face Experts Working Group (IFEWG).

 

 

 

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