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QPD detective wins award from Department of Justice


A detective with the Quincy Police Department is honored by the Department of Justice for her work to catch a child pornography suspect.

Detective Anjanette Biswell received the 2013 Missing Children's Law Enforcement Award in Washington, D.C.

Biswell's investigation last year lead to the arrest and prosecution of Gregory Korschot, a Quincy man who was sentenced to 22 years in prison for child pornography. (Read: "Quincy man sentenced to 22 years for child porn")

Biswell is a 18 year veteran of the Quincy Police Department currently assigned to Criminal Investigations. 

During her tenure with the department, she has been a Pro-Act Officer, is a hostage negotiator, field training officer, and member of the honor guard.  She is on the Internet Crimes' Against Children (ICAC) Task Force and the Immigration Custom Enforcement (ICE) Task Force.  

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