Diana P. Trepkov is a Forensic Artist, Author and Lecturer. Throughout Canada and the United States, she has been an artist for many years and has been involved in 190th law enforcement cold cases to date, that involved her forensic artwork techniques. Ms. Trepkov has helped to solve high profile cases in the United States.
Ms. Trepkov has appeared on national television shows, such as CTV’s Canada AM, CTV news, Global News, Rogers TV, CTV National News, Mystery TV, WINK Florida News,GTA’s Most Wanted, First Local, My Community Rogers TV, CP24 NEWS, ABC 15 Phoenix, History Channel, Nancy Grace, CNN World News Live, CNN Headline News live with Ali Velshi, CNN Breaking News with Brooke Baldwin regarding Baby Doe from Boston and News 14 Carolina, and was featured as the cover story for PI Magazine, which is an international magazine. Her forensic artwork has been published all over North America in various newspapers. Ms. Trepkov has written articles for the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police Agenda. She was a presenter for the FBI Conference.
Ms. Trepkov was also featured in the Toronto Star Newspaper “Face to Face with 2 Doomed Franklin members.” Another article was written in the World in Brief Exclusive Sunday Post in Scotland regarding the Franklin Expedition titled “170 years on, is this a face from one of the Navy’s darkest hours?”
Ms. Trepkov previously worked for the York Regional Police Service in the Forensic Identification Bureau and was currently serving as a Toronto Police Auxiliary officer with Toronto Police. She is a member of the Toronto Police Victim/Witness Advocate Committee. She is a good standing member of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police, the International Association for Identification, The Canadian Liaison for The Associated Licensed Detectives of New York State (ALDONYS) and Alba Investigations, Inc. Ms. Trepkov is currently a member of the Forensic Art Subcommittee board of the International Association for Identification. Her articles have been published in Blue Line Magazine, which is Canada’s national law enforcement magazine and H.Q. which is the official magazine of The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police. Her forensic artwork has also been featured in Unsolved: True Canadian Cold Casesa book by R. J. Hoshowsky. Diana's first book was published in April 2011 and is called "Faceless, Voiceless- From Search to Closure, A Forensic Artist's Inspirational Approach to the Missing and Unidentified." Diana also has 3 children books published. These books have a mission and that is to help prevent children from going missing and to help them make the positive choices in life.