|Series||Document -- 9014, Document (United States. Internal Revenue Service) -- 9014|
|Contributions||United States. Internal Revenue Service. Criminal Investigation Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||84 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
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For a study of occupational barriers, qualitative and quantitative data were generated from surveys collected from women working in 34 federal law enforcement agencies and varying in race, ethnicity, age, rank, and tenure. One of the few women to work as an agent in federal law enforcement in the s and s, Cannon recognizes that women are still the minority and that gender disparity creates undeniable challenges. “The bottom line is, traditionally, law enforcement has been a man’s job,” she said. ***ATTENTION***Out of an abundance of caution due to the COVID the United States Government Publishing Office Main Bookstore, located at North Capitol Street, N.W., Washington D.C. will be closed to the public until further notice. This book is wildly entertaining and wonderfully informative about some of the true legends of law enforcement. Dan Marcou is an accomplished writer and does great service to these men and women who came before you in this profession. "If I .
number of women served at the federal level in territorial law enforcement, primarily as deputy U.S. marshals (Schulz , ). Despite the presence of these women, the his-. A potential approach for gaining more women applicants into law enforcement would be to address this issue of career mentoring and covert gender discrimination. Women are essential to law enforcement. It’s time to rectify the lack of women in this career. References. Andersen, J.A. (). Barking up the wrong tree. Carrie attended the IACP Women's Leadership Institute for the rigorous course that works to develop female leaders of law enforcement. In , after many meetings and very intentional planning, the first Women of Law Enforcement Conference was held. Year one welcomed women of policing from across the nation to the Southlake Training Center. Description. The LWLE is designed for women in law enforcement with a desire to further develop their leadership skills. The program provides a unique opportunity to examine leadership principles from the female law enforcement professional’s perspective.