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Investigator Kathleen Streett is a domestic violence criminal inspector for the Florence County Sheriff's Office.Photo By: Quincy Greene/WBTWInvestigator Kathleen Streett is a domestic violence criminal inspector for the Florence County Sheriff's Office.She along with first responders across the country have been nominated for America's Most Wanted All Star of the Year.For the past 15 years Investigator Kathleen Streett has been wearing a badge, but police work it's something that's been inside of her, her entire life."I just always have just one of those things when you ask a child what do you want to be when you grow up, I always wanted to be a police officer, always," said Investigator Kathleen Streett, Florence County Sheriff's Office.Her goal is to help others no matter what."I try to give all we've got on every case that we have," said Investigator Street.In return she's gaining recognition.In 2004, Investigator Streett was named Florence County Investigator of the Year.This month she's receiving an award from the Cue Center for Missing Persons."It makes you feel good it makes you feel like you're doing something that makes a difference sometimes," said Investigator Street.Most recently Investigator Streett has been nominated for a national award. "It's very much of an honor.I noticed going through the nominees there's only six other ones from South Carolina that have been nominated," said Investigator Streett.Investigator Street is one of 97 first responders across the country nominated for America's Most Wanted All Star of the Year.It's an award that honors those who go above and beyond to keep our communities safe everyday of the year."If I know that I can help one person get out of an abusive relationship and get on with their life and put things behind them, that's pretty much what keeps me wanting to do it," said Investigator Street.While Investigator Kathleen Streett said her favorite thing about being in law enforcement is the people she works with, it's also about helping others and seeing justice served.
Anyone with information related to the crime or Washington's whereabouts is asked to call Florence County Sheriff's Investigator Kathleen Streett at (843) 665-2121 extension 319 or Crime Stoppers of the Pee Dee at (843) 667-TIPS (8477) or (866) 369-TIPS (8477).
"We're still investigating what tips and leads we get as soon as they come in," Florence County Sheriff's Investigator Kathleen Streett said.Anyone with information about Bratschi's disappearance is asked to call Streett at (843) 665-2121, ext. 319, or Crime Stoppers of the Pee Dee at (843) 667-TIPS (8477).
Other programs scheduled for Friday included a speech on anti-cruelty laws by Criminal Domestic Violence Investigator Kathleen Streett of the Florence County Sheriff's Office.
Sheriff's Investigators Bert Turner, Kathleen Streett and Phil Hanna each received a Keeper of the Flame Award from the Community United Effort Center (CUE) for Missing Persons on March 15 at the group's headquarters in Wilmington, N.C.The agency itself also was recognized by CUE, Streett said.CUE volunteers , some of whom are pathologists and forensic artists , come from across the country to assist different agencies with cases, Streett said.CUE volunteers have assisted Florence County Sheriff's deputies with several large-scale searches the agency has conducted as part of an ongoing effort to solve the Bratschi case."At least 50 people have come to help," Streett said.Searches allow deputies to prove or disprove the many leads and tips they've received over the years, Streett said.