Forensic mannequins are ideal realistic figures for research and investigations. These are made of a soft, lightweight foam that has a protective skin coating and weighs approx. 15 lbs. What makes Poly Flex so unique is its structural, yet flexible frame. These mannequins have appendages just like a human, and can be flexed in nearly any position imaginable. They can be flexed at the ankle, knee, shoulder, elbow, and wrist, right down to the finger joints.
Forensic mannequins are ideal for "on the scene" investigative work to replace an injured or deceased victim. By placing the dummy in the same anatomical position that the victim was found, valuable evidence, bullet, or other weapon trajectories may still be determined. The use of a 3-D anatomical model adds valuable information to an investigation even after the victim has been removed from the scene !
Forensic mannequins are ideal in coroner's office to recreate crime scene investigations, months after the incident occured. Forensic mannequins are also ideal in the court room as a visual aid because family members of a deceased victim do not like to see their loved one's in graphic photographs. A generic 3-D mannequin can simulate that individual to present the same evidence. Forensic mannequins are male size, 6'2” tall.
Base plate and stand
Trajectory kit, with 36" wires to aid in determining bullet trajectory by referencing entrance and exit points.