CCTV and Expert Evidence: Addressing the Reliability of New Sciences

Archbold News, No. 9, pp. 6- 9, 2006

4 Pages Posted: 12 Feb 2010

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Michael C. Bromby

Truman Bodden Law School; Glasgow Caledonian University

Date Written: November 2, 2006

Abstract

This article is a response to Campbell-Tiech and Brynes’ article “Stockwell Revisited: The Unhappy State of Facial Mapping” [2005] 6 Archbold News 4, bringing attention to the ACPO guidelines and other agreed methodologies for image comparisons, as well as to more recent case law, notably Gardner [2004] EWCA 1639. It has been written in consultation with, and on behalf of, the Forensic Imagery Analysis Group to review the current criminal procedure regarding the admissibility of image analysis and the associated expert opinion; and to address the comments made by Campbell-Tiech and Brynes.

Keywords: facial mapping, evidence, CCTV, image analysis

Suggested Citation

Bromby, Michael C., CCTV and Expert Evidence: Addressing the Reliability of New Sciences (November 2, 2006). Archbold News, No. 9, pp. 6- 9, 2006, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1551791

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