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We are in the early stages of planning for the 2014 Conference which will be held in New Brunswick in the fall. If you have ideas for speakers please contact Paula Raymond at firstname.lastname@example.org and the information will be passed on. Stay tuned for more details!
A group of graduate students at American University in Washington, DC is conducting a survey to learn about the experiences of female police officers around the world. This survey is completely anonymous and will be used to develop education and training programs to improve the performance of police officers who work for and with the community. As women law enforcement officers, through your participation, you can help to provide valuable input that may be used in the development of future training addressing gender differences in policing. The students working on this research have agreed to provide the results of their research which can be shared with participants. Your input is greatly appreciated. Please take a moment to follow the link below and answer the brief survey (it should take approximately 5 minutes). Please complete the survey by March 31, 2014. Thank you for contributing to the body of knowledge on women in the policing profession throughout the world. Feel free to forward this link to any of your colleagues who are women in law enforcement agencies globally.
It's that time of year again, so head on over to the Membership page and download a copy of the Membership Form. You have until January 31st to renew to take advantage of membership benefits including reduced conference rates.
Welcome to Cst. Louanne McQuaid of PEI RCMP, the new Media Relations Coordinator and D/Cst. Joan Harty, of Fredericton Police, the new Membership Coordinator. Both were selected during the recent conference in Charlottetown and will be in their positions for the four year term. Louanne filled a vacant position and Joan replaced Cst. Beverly Bryant, who did not reoffer as the Membership Coordinator. We will certainly miss Beverly on the executive and wish her well!
Do you have an interesting article to contribute, or a good news story for our Notebook? We are looking for articles for the spring edition of The Notebook. Send your submissions to email@example.com by January 15.
Note: The Editor has the right to edit the submission to make it fit The Notebook. The latest Fall edition of The Notebook is in the mail. If you are a current member and have not received your copy, please advise the firstname.lastname@example.org