International Association
of Women Police

Welcome Members and Visitors Worldwide


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.

WELCOME

The International Association of Women Police has so much to offer you.  Join us by signing up today!

  • WomenPolice Magazine published four times a year.  Specialized sections especially to improve the lives of female police officers
  • Direct notification to members on matters of interest.  Everything from training opportunities to job announcements
  • An international network of women police
  • Annual training event at a reduced fee for IAWP members.  The IAWP Annual Training Conferences consistently win high praise for quality and satisfaction
  • Opportunities to volunteer on governance and guidance committees for an international organization
  • Reduced price offers from commercial providers and partners
  • Lifelong associates and professional affiliations with female officers at all levels of responsibilities
  • Access to a global network of career police women as well as supporters and partners
  • Members-only material such as the IAWP Regional Reports, discussion board and similar

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Seeking Bids for the IAWP 2020 Annual Training Conference.   Contact Sue Bill, IAWP Conference Liaison today!  


   
   
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Featured Affiliate

OWLEN

Ohio Women's Law Enforcement Network
    Email: president@owlen.org
  Website: https://www.owlen.org/
  OWLEN Located in
IAWP Region 6

 

 

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Leola N. King, directing traffic in Washington D.C. in 1918.  Leola was America's first female traffic officer.

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