FACE – Forensic Analysis of CCTV Evidence
I have been involved with the ACPO (Association of Chief Police Officers) working group on identification in reviewing the current guidelines for facial mapping practitioners. I was the secretary to FIAG (Forensic Imagery Analysis Group), a group of practitioners specialising in photographic comparisons, from 2003-2008.
Ness, H., Prior, A., Bromby, M., Graham, G. & Hogan. D (2009). Does repeatedly viewing footage lead to the acquisition of ‘special knowledge?’ Paper presented at the SARMAC conference as part of the symposium entitled ‘Improving the accuracy of visual and eyewitness evidence’, Kyoto, Japan, 26-30 July 2009.
Bromby, M & Ness, H. (2006) Over-observed? What Is The Quality Of CCTV In This New Digital Legal World?, International Review of Law, Computers and Technology, March 2006 http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract=1551868
Bromby M (2006) CCTV and Expert Evidence: Addressing the Reliability of New Sciences, Archbold News, Issue 9, 02 November 2006, pp. 6-9 http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract=1551791
Bromby, M. (2003) At Face Value? The Use of Facial Mapping and CCTV Image Analysis for Identification, New Law Journal, 28 February 2003 Vol. 153, No. 7069, pp302-304 http://ssrn.com/abstract=1562655
Bromby, M. (2002) To Be Taken At Face Value? Computerised Identification, Information Communication Technology Law Journal, Vol. 11, No. 1: pp 63 – 73 http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract=1561523
Bromby, M. (2000) Computerised Facial Recognition Systems: The Surrounding Legal Problems, LLM Dissertation, Faculty of Law, University of Edinburgh http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract=1551840