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Victoria’s Women In Blue: Meet The Female Police Officers Who Are A Force To Reckon With

                  As numbers of women in Victoria Police grow steadily, officers such as Loren Truter of the Critical Incident Response Unit are showing even recent motherhood need not slow you down. Truter, whose baby is seven months old, is one of two mothers in the Critical Incident […]

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Still A Male-Dominated Profession: WA’s Longest Current Serving Policewoman Marks 40 Years

                  As the WA police force marks 100 years since women were allowed to join, the force’s first female mounted police officer is still serving today — without the high heels she started out in. Sergeant Merryn Bojcun joined the force in 1977 with the aim of […]

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Retiring Female Police Officer Blazes a Trail Right Out The Door

                  After nearly 40 years on the beat Const. Judy Alfuady is calling it a career. Alfuady started as a 911 operator on Feb. 2, 1976 and she stayed on that side of the radio for 21 years before deciding to become a sworn officer. After several […]

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