0
Identified Victims
0
Relative's samples
0
Recovered Individuals
0
Life Stories
FORENSIC SCIENCES

Forensic Archeology

It helps us in locating burial sites, recovering human skeletal remains and other material evidence. Forensic Archeology also contributes to the interpretation of different deposition contexts.

Identifying disappeared individuals is our priority

IDENTITY CONFIRMATION

The identification of victims is the final stage in the investigation of a missing or deceased person’s identity. The match is confirmed through the combined use of scientific methods from all forensic sciences.

NOTIFICATION TO RELATIVES

The identification committee informs the research and documentation department that they can proceed with the delivery of the human remains that have been identified.

Investigators visit relatives to notify them that their loved one has been identified.

INHUMATION

Inhumation is the final stage of the process. The skeletal remains are returned to relatives and communities. In addition, we accompany and assist relatives according to procedure:

  • The commission appointed to deliver the skeletal remains must contact the Public Ministry (MP) of the town to deliver the paperwork.

  • Generally, the relatives have a religious vigil for their beloved one(s). The FAFG staff accompanies the family during that time and is responsible of anatomically assembling the skeletal remains.

  • The FAFG staff accompanies the relatives during the burial, and transports the ossuary to the burial place.

RECOVERING THE TRUTH
NEWS AND EVENTS

Reports of physical and financial progress of entities receiving subsidies and grants from state resources