USA News: Women Move Into Law Enforcement's Highest Ranks


WASHINGTON — Women still are vastly underrepresented at the top ranks of law enforcement.

But not here.

Across the capital's crowded public safety landscape, women are directing the operations of seven major institutions in federal and local government. The Drug Enforcement Administration, Secret Service, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department, U.S. Park Police, the FBI's Washington Field Office, U.S. Marshals Service and Amtrak Police Department, the far-flung agency that protects the nation's railroad system, all are headed by women.

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After carefully planning and assembling the Los Angeles chapter of Women Leaders in Law Enforcement during 2017, we are anticipating an amazing year for 2018. We have a new board, vision, and mission to make sure the organization lives up to it's fullest potential. A big part of our chapter is to have a professional, effective online presence. The ...
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