Interview with Diana P Trepkov, a Certified Forensic Artist

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Diana P. Trepkov is officially a Certified Forensic Artist through the International Association for Identification. She has been involved in 156 Law Enforcement cold cases throughout Canada and the USA which involved her forensic artwork techniques such as; composites, 2D and 3D facial reconstructions, post-mortems, surveillance video drawing and age progressions. Trepkov recently helped to solve 4 high profile cases in the USA.

Ms. Trepkov has appeared on national television shows such as CTV Canada AM, CTV news, CP24 news, Global news, Mystery TV, GTA’S Most Wanted, ABC CH 15 Phoenix, Forensic Artist Expert for CNN HEADLINE NEWS – NANCY GRACE and was featured as the cover story for P.I. Magazine, which is an international magazine. 

In March 2010 Diana did an age progression drawing (well, 3 of them, actually) of Jessie. She did one similar in looks as before she disappeared, just a bit older; one with a split hair style in case she had changed her hair colour or style; and one as she would look after 4 years as a human trafficking victim ... then Diana did another one in March 2012. Then when Diana wrote her book, FACELESS, VOICELESS, From Search to Closure, she included Jessie in the book, and she also included Jessie's pictures on the cover. 
 
In January 2011 I was invited to the launch of the anti-human trafficking organization Alliance Against Modern Slavery in Toronto, ON, which is near to where Diana lives. She came to the conference, and we got to meet in person. 
 
DIANA'S WORK ON JESSIE FOSTER's CASE: http://www.forensicsbydiana.com/jessie.htm

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