Decendent identification

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Decendent identification, also identification, is an important part of a death investigation.

Usual means of identification:

  • Visual (facial).
  • Circumstantial - right place, locked premises, personal identification.
  • Fingerprints.
  • Dental.
  • Skeletal features - see forensic anthropology.
  • DNA - see identity testing.

See also