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Women in Law Enforcement

Blog - Women in Law Enforcement - July 2012

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<p>CC_Flickr: <a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/72825507@N00/3539161615&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>mikebaird</a></p>

Are Physical Tests Fair to Females?  

July 13, 2012
There's a pattern across police departments in this country where the physical ability hiring standard is higher than the physical ability post-hiring standard. A major problem with using physical ability tests as hiring criteria is that an applicant must be fit when hired, but in many police departments, they can deteriorate significantly once they obtain seniority.
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How To Stay Safe During a John Sting  

July 2, 2012
The male and female officers who take on the undercover assignment as a prostitute often struggle with how far to carry the "walk and talk" to make a good case. The balance is no different in vice operations than when making a good drug arrest. The undercover (UC) officer must blend into the crowd, as well as lead the conversation in a safe and lawful way.
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