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Women in Law Enforcement

Blog - Women in Law Enforcement - May 2013

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<p>Sanford (Fla.) PD&#39;s Officer Tina Leman weaves through traffic cones on her H-D Electra Glide at a training rodeo. Photo courtesy of Officer Tina Leman.</p>

Tips for Joining the Motor Unit  

May 30, 2013
Do you want to be distinguished as the top 0.2% of law enforcement? If you are a female and make it into your agency's motor unit, you will be.
<p>Photo of Dep. Jenna Underwood-Nunez courtesy of LASD</p>

Risking It All To Save a Life  

May 15, 2013
Despite the fact that she was off duty and almost six months pregnant, a Los Angeles Sheriff's deputy ran to the aid of a drowning teen.
<p>Photo: Yuda Chen</p>

Why Women Excel In Counter-Terrorism Roles  

May 9, 2013
The different outlooks on life — and possible skill sets — that women bring to the table compared to men make them valuable security and law enforcement employees and leaders.
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