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Female Police Officer Injured In Dallas Shooting Is From Wisconsin

                  Gretchen Rocha, an officer injured in Dallas is from Fox Lake, Wisconsin. She moved to Texas with her husband about a year ago. Rocha was not shot, but she was hit with shrapnel in her arm and leg. Rocha’s father, Craig Bayer, says Gretchen didn’t know […]

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Former Auditor General To Advise Government On RCMP Handling Of Harassment Complaints

                  Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale has appointed former auditor general Sheila Fraser as a special adviser to look at how the RCMP has handled complaints of harassment in the force, CBC News has learned. “This is a critical part of my mandate from the prime minister […]

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Black Ohio Female Reacts To Louisiana Police Involved Shooting

                  ‘How dare you stand next to me in the same uniform and murder somebody?’: Black female police officer delivers impassioned response about police shootings A black female police officer in Ohio delivered a powerful, emotional and personal response to the fatal shooting of Alton Sterling in […]

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Westhampton Beach Village’s First Female Police Officer Begins Making The Rounds

                  It is safe to say that Ashley Czelatka is already familiar with the community of Westhampton Beach.Most regulars of the Westhampton Beach Farmers Market, held on Saturdays in the municipal parking lot on Mill Road, will recognize her as the traffic control officer who could often […]

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First Female Police Officer In Smyrna Police Department

                  After 40 years, Mary Katherine “K.K” Wrozier is calling it a career with the Smyrna police department. Her last day was this week. “I had always been told that there were bets on me crashing before I had my first year in,” Wrozier tells WSB Radio. […]

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Eddie McGuire and Caroline Wilson: Top Female Cop Wendy Steendam Issues Stern Memo To Male-Dominated Police Force

                  The state’s top female police officer, deputy commissioner Wendy Steendam, has issued a stern warning to Victoria’s male-dominated force, saying it should heed the lessons of the Eddie McGuire scandal. In a strongly worded internal memo written on Wednesday, Ms Steendam said the McGuire controversy made […]

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Southland Police Officer Cynthia Fairley Proud To Celebrate Women In Policing

                  After 23 years in the New Zealand Police, Senior Sergeant Cynthia Fairley is proud of the career she forged. Growing up in a big family in Stirling, in South Otago, Fairley completed a degree in accounting but couldn’t see herself sitting behind a desk all day. […]

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The Ladies Who Run La Vergne: Female Police Describe Their Work As A “Calling”

                  Being a police officer isn’t just a job – it’s a calling and a commitment for the women who serve on the La Vergne Police Department. For Katie Bush and Jessie McMahon, it’s new and exciting. But Sheree Robertson – who transferred to La Vergne from […]

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Upper Arlington Hires First Female Police Chief

                  Tracy Hahn, an Upper Arlington police officer since 1993, will be sworn in Monday as the city’s first female police chief. “She’s got a ton of experience,” City Manager Theodore Staton said of Hahn. “She’s been preparing to be a chief of police all of her […]

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The Story Of A Braveheart – Meet NZ’s First Female Indian Police Officer

                  Ethnic Liaison Officer Constable Mandeep Kaur moved to Ozland about twenty years ago. A single mother with two children had a big struggle waiting for her. Preetinder Grewal reports. Born and brought up in Punjab, Mandeep migrated to Australia nearly 20 years ago in 1999. After […]

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