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Two-Day Police Training Conference, March 24 and 25, 2014, in Las Vegas, Nevada USA. Calling all law enforcement. Presented by IAWP Regions 9 and 10.
IAWP International Scholarship Program Challenge
International Women's Day to be Celebrated Worldwide on March 8, 2014
The International Association of Women Police 2014 Awards Program is open for nominations.
UN Women National Committee UK and the IAWP
IAWP 2014 52nd Annual Training Conference Winnipeg Canada
STOP Human Trafficking
Raising awareness of the challenges facing police women in Afghanistan
The window for bids is open for IAWP 2016 and IAWP 2017 Annual Training Conferences.
Parties wishing to make a bid, please send a 'Notice of Intent' to bid by June 30 to the President@iawp.org. Would appreciate having it earlier by March 23, 2014, if possible.
Send the full bid to the President by Friday August 15, 2014. The bid will be presented in person in Winnipeg, September 27, 2014 at the IAWP Board meeting; then presented to the full membership during the Annual General Membership meeting (that date is to be scheduled) during conference week for IAWP 2014.
Celebrate 100 Years of IAWP
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