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



Upcoming events

    • Thursday, March 27, 2014
    • Wednesday, September 30, 2015
    • World Wide



    The IAWP is celebrating its 100-year birthday in 2015.  We are offering a challenge coin to commemorate this occasion.  The coin is available to purchase now.  Why wait?  Order one or more today.  Questions? Email the Marketing Chair, Stephanie Harding,

    Don't miss this opportunity to own a piece of IAWP memorabilia.  There will only be one 100-year celebration, and only one commemorative coin.  One for you!  Get more for gifts!

    Alice Stebbins Wells, Founder
    June 13, 1873 – August 17, 1957

    How to Order

    <<<To place an order click the button marked "Register" at the left.<<<

    If you want more than 10 commemorative coins, make arrangements through Stephanie Harding, Email


    Please Note:  We are not responsible for lost packages.  We use all due diligence when mailing from a United States Post Office.

    • Wednesday, February 25, 2015
    • Saturday, February 28, 2015
    • Denver Colorado

    EBM dates are Wednesday 25th to Saturday 28th February 2015.

    Wednesday and Thursday will be strategic planning "Where does IAWP want to be five to ten years from now?" plus training for board members. Friday and Saturday will be the EBM. The strategic planning session is not mandatory. The board meeting requires a quorum present to enable us to do business so if you cannot make all four dates please focus on the Friday and Saturday.

    Meeting space includes AV and WiFi and meals on Friday and Saturday at no charge to IAWP. University of the Rockies is located in downtown Denver with easy access to restaurants.

    IAWP Members in good standing may sit in on Board meetings by making a request to the 

    Denver Instructional Site
    The Denver Instructional Site, located at 1201 16th Street, Suite 200, Denver, Colorado, 80202, has approximately 30,000 square feet of space, which includes classrooms, a library, student study areas, a student lounge, staff offices, and a 150-seat auditorium. “Coaching” classrooms are also available for observation and video feedback. All areas of the Instructional Site have wireless access and the public areas have power and network outlets.

    University of the Rockies
    Denver Instructional Site
    1201 16th St., Suite 200
    Denver, CO 80202

    • Saturday, August 22, 2015
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • Thursday, August 27, 2015 (UTC+01:00)
    • Motorpoint Arena Cardiff Wales

    IAWP 2015

    MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR AUGUST 22 - 27, 2015.  You are going to Cardiff, the capital city of Wales in the United Kingdom.  You are attending IAWP 2015, the 53rd Annual Training Conference of the International Association of Women Police.



    AND That's Not ALL! 
    MAKE  H-I-S-T-O-R-Y!!

    This year - 2015 - marks the 100th Anniversary of founding the organization which was way back in 1915!  We are so ready to make sure your training experience is perfect during this anniversary year, as well as make sure we all help IAWP celebrate this moment in its history!


    We are diligently working on our plans, website, and registration links.  Please check back with us.



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The Mission of the IAWP:

To strengthen, unite and raise the profile of women
in criminal justice internationally.

IAWP and the IAWP Foundation

Telephone: +1 301.464.1402
Fax: +1 301.560.8836

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