Saturday, August 15, 2009

Ohio Honors One of Their Own- Stacy Dittrich

By Robin Sax

Women in Crime Ink's Stacy Dittrich is a wonder: a beautiful blond, intelligent woman, and a tough cookie. She is a 16-year law enforcement officer and a former detective. I know she sounds like something out of a movie, but Stacy is a real person. A woman of many talents who deserves to be recognized for not only helping to break down barriers for women in crime, but also as someone who has made a deep and lasting impact on her field.

Stacy’s pursuit of justice and her quest to bring people into the world of crime solving has landed her in the media spotlight. She's written books that capture our imaginations and appeared as a commentator on many high profile shows including: Fox, The Nancy Grace Show, E! True Hollywood In Crime, The War On Crime, The Dana Pretzer Show and others. Stacy has been recognized by former Ohio Attorney General, Jim Petro, for her contributions to the field of law enforcement. And now Stacy is being honored by Representative Margaret Ann Ruhl of the Ohio House of Representatives.

I have the privilege of co-hosting Justice Interrupted with Stacy, a radio blog show dedicated to providing justice for those whose lives have been interrupted by rape, murder, sexual predators of children, unexplained disappearances, domestic violence, and cold cases.

I am proud of Stacy, my colleague and friend, for her many accomplishments, and I'm grateful to the Ohio House of Representatives for honoring such a deserving woman. Way to go Stacy!!!


Kathryn Casey said...

Congrats, Stacy! I'm sure I speak for everyone at WCI when I say we're delighted for you and proud that you're one of us!

Robin Sax said...

Ditto Kathryn's comments!