We're dedicated to mentoring, supporting, and inspiring law enforcement professionals.

WLLEofLAC’s mission is to mentor, support and inspire the future of law enforcement. The Los Angeles County Chapter of WLLE is proud and excited to represent everyone in the law enforcement profession, both women and men, sworn and professional staff.

We are fortunate to have the support of many local chiefs of police, and our membership base encompasses officers, dispatchers, records supervisors, administrative aids, and CSO’s to name a just a few, all at different levels of their career.

We join together for our bi-monthly lunch/training sessions to network, support and inspire each other. We are committed to developing the future leaders of the noble profession of law enforcement.
Members share experiences and knowledge with each other to help mentor other members as they progress in their professional development.
Through our organization, members are supported by each other as they pursue their personal and professional goals.
Frequent meetings and networking opportunities afford members the opportunity to connect with other leaders in the profession.
Whether you are a male or female officer, sworn or non-sworn employee, our organization is for all members of law enforcement.
2018/2019 Board Members
Key Positions
Cheryl Moody
Marjory Jacobs
Jennifer Brutus
Nancy Miranda

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February 23, 2019
The March 2019 networking meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 11:30 am, at LAPD Police Academy/Elysian Park at 1880 Academy Drive, in Los Angeles.This month's speaker is Beatrice Girmala, a 33 year veteran of the Los A...
January 07, 2019
The January 2019 networking meeting will be held on Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at 11:30 am, at The Monrovian Restaurant at 534 S. Myrtle Avenue, in Monrovia.This month's speaker is Terri McDonald, a leader in the law enforcement community who has ov...
November 30, 2018
​*Video may be blurry first ten seconds while the video renders from KABC 7.A group of women are excelling to the highest ranks within the Los Angeles Police Department and leading the charge in the fight against crime.Across the U.S. there are ...