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.
Included in Your Registration:
Join us in December at the beautiful Loews Coronado Bay Resort, a private oasis with San Diego skyline views and perched on its own 15-acre peninsula. Your ticket to the event includes all meals listed in the conference agenda including breakfast, lunch, and hors d'oeuvres & cocktails during networking receptions.
Stay tuned for updates on the December event!
Designed for female law enforcement officers and supervisors, the goal of this summit is to promote and advance women in the law enforcement industry, therefore all genders are welcome. Our event typically includes professionals working in the following functions:
Check out a few of the reasons 300+ attendees joined us for the Spring event:
Get necessary guidance on preparing for a promotion and understanding the value of knowledge transfer in our optional two-part workshop
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
Recruitment Officer, Metro Nashville Police Department
Recruiter, Thurston County Sheriff Office
Special Agent, SBA OIG
Recruitment Officer, Everett Police Department