Alphonse Bertillon


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French criminologist (1853-1914)

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El estudio de las fotografias de Alphonse Bertillon revela una iconografia inedita que tiende a infirmar, sin embargo, el rigor cientifico del funcionario y, por extension, los procedimientos de la identificacion policiaca.
At one point in Harris's retelling, Picquart brings a sample of Esterhazy's handwriting to Alphonse Bertillon, one of the experts whose testimony helped to convict Dreyfus at his trial.
Alphonse Bertillon, the legendary head of the forensic investigation department, carried out a thorough search of the crime scene.
Tomando en cuenta a la fotografia como herramienta de registro, y los equipos involucrados en este proceso, fotografos y antropologos como Eugene Trurat, Arthur Batut y Everad Ferdinand Im Thurm dan indicaciones precisas para la obtencion de fotografias utiles a la antropologia, mientras que Alphonse Bertillon, fundador de la policia cientifica francesa, extiende esta utilidad al ambito judicial.
In the 1880s, when a French crime fighter named Alphonse Bertillon pioneered the mug shot as a unique form of portraiture, the photographs he took were expected to do one thing: Help establish an individual's identity at a time when driver's licenses, fingerprint files, and Facebook pages didn't exist.
The work of Cesare Lombroso, Alphonse Bertillon (the creator of the "mug shot"), and Thomas Byrnes dominate the chapter.
In the 1880s, Parisian anthropologist Alphonse Bertillon pioneered the system based on a belief that a person's bone structure remains unchanged after age 20.