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 International Association
     of  Women Police

 Our mission is to strengthen, unite and raise
 the profile of women in criminal justice internationally.

 Guiding Values of the IAWP
  - Embrace Diversity
  - Be Open Honest and Fair
  - Listen to our Members
  - Operate Professionally
  - Change to Improve


 

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  • $40 for a two-year membership for all other countries.

Centenary Memberships will have full member rights and privileges in the IAWP.

Membership renewals are not eligible and are excluded from this offer. The offer is valid February 1, 2015 through December 31, 2015. Click the link at the top right to join and pay.

 

HAPPY 100 YEARS TO
THE IAWP!

 


National Police Week, Washington, DC US
May 10 - May 16
, http://www.nleomf.org/programs/policeweek/ | http://www.policeweek.org/


286 U.S. Fallen Officers in 2014 will be honored at National Police Week.

 


Queensland Police Service (QPS) Australia Celebrating 50 Years of Women in the QPS

Queensland Police celebrate half century of women in the service; from eight in 1965 to 3,038 today!
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Photo: A line of women in policewomen's uniforms showing the evolution of the uniform on International Women's Day in 1998. (Supplied: Queensland Police Service)

Until 1931, the Queensland Police Force, as it was known at the time, was exclusively male, and while two women were then appointed as officers they were not given a uniform or any powers of arrest. It was not until 1965 that eight women were given sworn powers and joined the force as plain clothes officers. While the women had equal power and rank to male officers, it was not until September 1970 that women would receive equal pay. Today there are 3,038 female police officers in the Queensland Police Service, making up about 26 per cent of the service.    Link to Read Full Story Online

 

 

 

 


 

IAWP 2015 Annual Training Conference Open for Registration and Payment
 
  • All Law Enforcement Invited to Attend. Sessions for Everyone! International Speakers and Presentations.
     
  • www.IAWP2015.org

Cardiff Wales United Kingdom

August 23 - 27, 2015


Kenya Association of Women Police

KAWP is an Affiliate of IAWP.  Some members are pictured after a meeting held in the garden.
  
 


 

         

 

The Female Met Police UK

 

The transformation to "Voluntary Women Patrols" in 1917

Courtesy of Leonard Bentley Flickr July 8, 2012

The Met's future Women Police had their foundation in the second scheme proposed by the National Union of Women Workers, known from 1918 as the National Council for Women. In 1914 they had been approached by Scotland Yard and asked to set up women patrols in the Metropolitan Police area, they were known as Voluntary Women Patrols (VWP). Their task was to work among the women and girls who were coming to London in increasing numbers to hang around the various army camps, parks, recruiting stations and railway terminals.

A special Women's Patrol Committee was formed by the National Union in London and within a few months more than 500 voluntary patrols had enrolled, the movement gradually spreading throughout the country and proving to be of invaluable help. The National Union of Women Patrols Committee received a subsidy of Ł400 in 1917 to carry out its patrol work in the Metropolitan area. Records show that 2,338 women were working as patrols in 92 different areas. The Union trained the women and then sent them out under their auspices or lent them to Chief Constables. Between 4,000 and 5,000 women passed through their hands.
 

 

 

 


 

New South Wales Police celebrating 100 years. Senior Constable Jenny Brown has 33 years of service in NSW. She plays an important role in addressing domestic violence. Based in the Central Hunter command, she is one of 4542 female sworn officers in the state celebrating 100 years of women in policing this month.

http://youtu.be/7Lo7vQObSS8

 

 

 

 

 


 

IAWP - INVOLVED, CONCERNED AND DOING ITS PART

 


Throughout 2014, the IAWP is focusing on several critical issues. Read about each at their webpage link.

STOP Human Trafficking


The shameful practice of human trafficking around the world knows neither borders nor gender.
 

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VIOLENCE

AGAINST

WOMEN

 

 

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Raising awareness of the challenges facing police women in Afghanistan

 

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The IAWP Resolutions

 

 

 

 

 


 

IAWP's GLOBAL PRESENCE THROUGH ITS 26 REGIONS

 

LISTING with Contacts (RTF)

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IAWP 100 Year Celebration Coin.  Get One or More While They Last!

 

Celebrate 100 Year Birthday of the International Association of Women Police, 1915-2015



.Click here for details.  You can order the silver coin now!

 

 

 


 

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