Kent Police Detective Lovisa Dvorak, left, receives an award of appreciation Tuesday from Special Agent in Charge Jay S. Tabb Jr. at the FBI office in Seattle for her contributions to the joint task force on Child Exploitation regarding Human Trafficking. COURTESY PHOTO, Kent Police

Kent Police Detective Lovisa Dvorak, left, receives an award of appreciation Tuesday from Special Agent in Charge Jay S. Tabb Jr. at the FBI office in Seattle for her contributions to the joint task force on Child Exploitation regarding Human Trafficking. COURTESY PHOTO, Kent Police

FBI honors Kent detective for work against human trafficking

Lovisa Dvorak helped lead joint task force

  • Thursday, January 11, 2018 10:58am
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Kent Police Detective Lovisa Dvorak received an award of appreciation Tuesday at the FBI office in Seattle for her contributions to the joint task force on Child Exploitation regarding Human Trafficking.

Dvorak served as task force supervisor for 18 months of investigations in the Puget Sound region.

“She is the top-notch expert in the area for conducting investigations and helped rescue several people,” Kent Police Chief Ken Thomas said during the City Council’s Public Safety Committee meeting on Tuesday.

FBI Director Christopher Wray signed the award.

“This is a big deal,” Thomas said. “Not many get this.”

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