Save the Date for March 2023

The Women in Law Enforcement Summit  

The Women in Law Enforcement Summit is the place to share proven best practices for the growth and development of women in the industry. Join forward-thinking law enforcement professionals from across the nation to gain valuable strategies to support, empower, and be a leader within your department.

Designed for female officers, supervisors, and those invested in increasing diversity and inclusion in law enforcement, this event brings together experts with decades of experience to share recruiting techniques to attract female officers and strategies to retain, foster, and empower women to become leaders within their organization. Benchmark best practices with peers, join exclusive networking opportunities, and walk away with tactics to move the needle for women in police.

Stay tuned for updates on the 2023 event!

Who Should Attend

This summit has been carefully crafted for female law enforcement officers and supervisors, including those working in the following functions:

  • Chief of Police
  • Sheriff 
  • Commander
  • Captain
  • Lieutenant 
  • Sergeant 
  • Officer 
  • Human Resources 
  • Detective - Recruiting Unit

Top Reasons to Attend

Check out a few of the reasons 300+ attendees joined us for the 2022 event:

  • Gain valuable insight from 25+ renowned speakers from across the country, providing critical information for the empowerment of female professionals
  • Get necessary guidance on preparing for a promotion and understanding the value of knowledge transfer in our optional two-part workshop on Sunday, March 20th

  • Attend sessions related to both mental and physical health and come away better able to achieve your personal and professional goals

  • Participate in four roundtable discussions and gain new perspectives on a variety of topics ranging from communication skills to use of force

  • Analyze unique recruiting strategies to help increase enrollment and discuss the 30x30 initiative

  • Hear from industry leaders on best practices to avoid professional burnout

  • Uncover the value of mentorship and its impact on both retention rates and individual job satisfaction

  • Analyze the findings of a national survey focused on improving law enforcement for female professionals and how the data can be used to benefit your department

  • Hear from Jean Kanokogi, an outstanding nationally recognized keynote speaker on the future of women in law enforcement