Celebrating Women In Policing
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A Pilot Study of Women in the New South Wales Police Force 1979 to 2008: Have Thirty Years Really Made Any Difference?
– Midway Book Review
Jane Hall’s story of breaking through that gender barrier to become one of the first female Canadian Mounties. A dedicated and detailed telling of her story in the organization that the Canadian nation upholds as a national symbol, “The Red Wall” is an informed and informative tale of tradition and transformation.
– LS Watson
“I would like to personally say a huge Thank You for the amazing work you did with our last class, the module was fantastic and our evaluations show it!” – Casandra Fulton-Withrow (Program Coordinator for the Texas Woman’s University – Denton Texas.
“It is always important to remember the value of having a diverse work force and to remember the history of Canadian and American Law Enforcement have evolved over time.” – student at the Bill Blackwood Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas
“This class provided a different perspective into an alternative law enforcement system. This history and the way it was presented offered great insight. Made me want to learn more about our history.” – student at the Bill Blackwood – Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas.
PERCHED atop the casket at June Marie Long’s funeral was a framed number plate. Customised to bear her initials, the set of plates was a prized possession. Friends said the policewoman had long feared they would fall into the hands of a hoon. “We assured her we would not […]
LOUISVILLE, Ky., (WDRB) – A Louisville Metro Police lieutenant has filed a lawsuit against the department and Metro Government, claiming she was sexually harassed by another officer and the department tried to cover it up. The officer, who is not being named by WDRB News because […]
When Cressida Dick took over as the head of London’s Metropolitan Police last April, Britain was in the midst of a wave of terrorist attacks and she spent her first day as Commissioner attending the funeral of an officer knifed to death by a terrorist steps […]
Tributes have been paid to an “amazing and beautiful” police detective found murdered in a lake. Officers launched a murder investigation after Leanne McKie, 39, who worked for Greater Manchester Police’s (GMP) sex crimes unit, was found in a lake in Poynton Park, near Manchester, at 3.45am on Friday. The […]
Former Police Woman Aged 90 Catches Burglars Who Pretended To Be Window Cleaners And Preyed On Elderly
A former police woman aged 90 has helped nab two burglars who pretended to be window cleaners. Trailblazing Barbara MacArthur was one of the first female police officers in Wales, joining the force in 1950. She recently turned back the clock when she recognised one of […]
Polk County Police Chief Kenny Dodd indentified the murdered officer as Det. Kristen Hearne, 29. The injured officer was identified as David Goodrich. Investigators said Ofc. Goodrich was called out to investigate a report of a suspicious vehicle Friday morning. He called Hearne for backup after […]
The National Women in Law Enforcement Association, a national advocacy group to support female cops, was granted federal non-profit status last week. Citing an urgent need to address gender-based harassment, discrimination and bullying, a group of current and former police officers has established a national advocacy […]
A lone female police officer is credited with killing four of the five terrorists in a second attack in Spain, The Mirror reported Friday. In the attack early Friday morning, five men in a car wearing fake explosive belts ran down pedestrians in the seaside town […]
In 1953, five women crossed paths when they were appointed as volunteer crossing guards for the Laurel Police Department. Mary Wesley, Rose Mary Walker, Gladys Allen, Helen “Clara” Tester and Marjorie Hagan went on to assume duties of local law enforcement officers, carrying weapons and with […]
There are a lot of African-American female officers. However, there should be more. There should be more women on the force, period. I’m from West Englewood, the far south side, near Altgeld Gardens. I grew up on a block where everybody knew everybody, and everybody was […]