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Digital Analysis Identification Section
The Digital Analysis Identification Section is responsible for the repositories of mug shots, scars, marks, tattoos and crime scene images, as well as program oversight of the Audio Video Analysis Unit, Forensic Artist Program, and the Statewide Network of Agency Photos (SNAP) image system.
Contact the DAIS Section: 517-242-4558.
Audio-Video Analysis Unit (AVAU)
Forensic audio-video analysis is the scientific examination, evaluation, and comparison of audio-video in legal matters. The AVAU assists criminal justice agencies throughout Michigan by providing exceptional digital examination, expertise, and investigative support.
Forensic Art Unit (FAU)
The Forensic Art Unit is a team of trained forensic artists who provide their talents in art to assist law enforcement with solving crime. The artists are specially trained in the areas of composite sketches, age-progression, image modification, demonstrative evidence, postmortem sketches, and facial reconstructions from the skull.
To request the services of the Forensic Art Unit, contact MSP Operations 24/7 at 517-241-8000.