The IAWP was founded in 1915 to strengthen, unite, and raise the capacity of women in policing internationally. IAWP members are in 60 countries and counting. The IAWP provides training, mentoring, peer support and networking for members and highlights issues affecting women in law enforcement throughout the world.
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The International Association of Women Police (IAWP) is pleased to announce membership in the Commonwealth Women’s Network (CWN). This global network brings together women and gender-focused civil society organizations from around the 52 countries of the Commonwealth. CWN urges governments to make a national commitment to ensure that women and girls reach their full potential while improving and developing their leadership skills to create gender balance in political decision-making. The Chair CWN, Nelcia Robinson, welcomed IAWP with a statement, “The International Association of Women Police is a formidable resource to the Commonwealth Women’s Network and we look forward to working together in the interests of women’s development.”
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Acting NT Police Commissioner Kate Vanderlaan in 1980
Acting NT Police Commissioner Kate Vanderlaan was the first Policewoman motorcyclist in Australia, seen here in 1980. Read the full article here.
Story January 31, 2016 ABC Net Australia Photo Northern Territory Police