Contributor biographical information for Portraits of guilt : the woman who profiles the faces of America's deadliest criminals / Jeanne Boylan.
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Jeanne Boylan, a "facial identification specialist," has assisted on thousands of cases for the FBI, television news divisions, and investigative agencies from Beijing to Moscow. Her pioneering method of interviewing eyewitnesses is based on years of research and study of the psychological effects of trauma on perception and memory. FBI Director Louis Freeh conferred upon her a Special Letter of Commendation for Outstanding Work, and she was a recipient of the Business and Professional Women's "Magnificent Seven" Award. An internationally renowned public speaker and forensics instructor, she is a contributing correspondent on Fox Television's America's Most Wanted.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Police artists -- United States -- Biography.
Criminals -- Portraits.
Criminals -- Identification.
Face -- Identification.
Criminal investigation -- United States.