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Stacy Dittrich, Detective, Author, Media Consultant, & An Advocate For Children

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Stacy Dittrich is an award-winning 17-year law enforcement officer, author, media consultant, and former detective specializing in sex crimes. With past training by a former FBI Behavioral Specialist, Stacy is certified through the National Institute of Truth Verification as an examiner (CVSA- lie detector). She is assigned to a federal drug task force and has been involved in the investigations of numerous homicides. Stacy, a certified law enforcement instructor, received the Victim’s of Crime Award from former Ohio Attorney General, Jim Petro. She has instructed on topics ranging from sexual assaults to “stranger dangers”. Stacy retired early in 2008 to focus solely on her writing and media commitments. Stacy is still a sworn special deputy with the Richland County Sheriff’s Department in Mansfield, Ohio and is assigned to running the voice stress analysis tests for new hires and criminal suspects. Stacy has appeared as a law enforcement commentator on Fox, “The O’Reilly Factor, CNN, Fox’s Geraldo at Large, The Nancy Grace Show, E! True Hollywood in Crime, The War On Crime, The Dana Pretzer Show, “That’s Life” with Cleveland’s Robin Swoboda, and hundreds of radio stations nationwide. She has appeared in the pages of SELF magazine, Women’s World magazine, Allure Magazine, The Boston Herald, The UK Observer, and The Miami Herald to name a few. Stacy has given her expert and professional opinion on cases ranging from the Jon Benet Ramsey and Caylee Anthony case, to the Manson Family and Natalee Holloway. She has spoken on topics ranging from the American Mafia to Islamic honor killings, and just about everything in between. Stacy Dittrich currently resides in Ohio with her husband, Rich—a police officer, and their two daughters.

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