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Valarie Dalton Sworn In As 1st Female Police Chief Of Morehouse College

                  Valarie Dalton was sworn in as the first black female police chief and associate vice president for Public Safety at Morehouse College. Dalton, a 27-year veteran with the Atlanta Police Department, said she wants to bring community-oriented policing to the 66-acre campus and implement processes to […]

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Rwanda: More Female Police Officers Set for Peacekeeping Missions

                  Eighty Rwanda National Police Individual Police Officers (IPOs), including 73 women, will on January 25 leave for year-long peacekeeping operations in four separate United Nations missions. Forty of the female peacekeepers will be deployed under Unamid in Darfur, Sudan, while others will head to South Sudan […]

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She’s Lockport’s First Female Cop

                  By the third grade, Jamie Findley knew she wanted to be a cop, but she didn’t realize she would someday help a law enforcement agency reach a milestone. Findley, 34, became the Lockport Police Department’s first-ever female officer in August. “This is the first time I’ve […]

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Female Police Officers Less Likely To Go For Promotions Than Men

                  WOMEN are less likely than men to go for promotion in the police, new figures reveal. However, female officers who do apply to be sergeants or inspectors are more likely to succeed, according to a new detailed analysis of who rises through the ranks of Police […]

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Celebrating The 100-Year Anniversary Of NSW’s First Female Police Officers

                  2015 marks the 100 year anniversary of women in the NSW Police Force. Superintendent Tony Crandell reflects on their contributions and achievements, including championing LGBTI issues and diversity. One hundred years ago, two women – Lillian Armfield and Maude Rhodes – became the first female police […]

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Police Establishes Department For Female Officers’ Welfare

                  Issues of sexual harassment and discrimination against women in Uganda’s Police Force could soon become history following a decision by the institution to establish a new department of women affairs. Top police women officers are now sensitizing their juniors on how to address their concerns to […]

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Cop By Day, Hockey Ref By Night

                  With that first step onto the ice, the ice must be broken. Invariably, this particular hockey referee loses the advantage of anonymity from the very start, loses the benefit of the adage that officials have called a great game when you don’t notice them at all. […]

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Inspector Held For Molesting Female Cop In Puri

                    BHUBANESWAR: Inspector-in-charge of Kakatpur police station in Puri district was on Sunday arrested on charges of molesting a female constable last week. The accused, Srikant Barik, 38, was produced in a trial court and later sent to judicial custody following rejection of his bail plea, […]

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Female Cop Knocked Out In Sydney Brawl

                  Police have blamed alcohol for a brawl involving 20 youths in Sydney’s south that resulted in four teenagers being charged and a female officer being knocked unconscious. Officers say the fight, which broke out near a shopping mall in Cronulla on Wednesday night, was not race-related […]

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Paris Shootings Live: Female Police Officer Killed – And Latest News From Charlie Hebdo Manhunt

                  A mass search is still underway for those suspected to be responsible for the attack on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, which left 12 people dead focusing on villages to the north-east of Paris. The two key suspects thought to be the Charlie Hebdo gunmen are reported […]

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