Keeping our neighborhoods safe is a worldwide concern. Women have proven invaluable in law enforcement, relying more on communication than force to defuse dangerous situations. Currently, only 13% of police officers are women, and even fewer in leadership roles. Imagine how the narrative could change with more women using their unique perspectives to keep the peace.

National Association of Women Law Enforcement Executives

“Mission: To serve and further the interests of women who are, or aspire to be, executives in law enforcement.”

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National Center for Women & Policing

“A program of the Feminist Majority Foundation, the National Center for Women & Policing (NCWP), promotes increasing the numbers of women at all ranks of law enforcement as a strategy to improve police response to violence against women, reduce police brutality and excessive force, and strengthen community policing reforms.”

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International Association of Women Police

“The IAWP was established in Los Angeles, California USA in 1915 by the first American policewomen as an international organization to provide professional development, mentoring, training, networking and recognition for female law enforcement officers and civilian support staff as well as to increase the numbers of women in policing.”

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