The Women in Law Enforcement Summit is back for its fifth edition to bring together female officers, supervisors, and those invested in increasing diversity and inclusion in law enforcement to focus on the growth and development of women in policing. Join established and emerging leaders from across the nation to gain valuable strategies to support, empower, and foster the growth of women within their department.
Hear fresh perspectives on how to succeed in a male-dominated industry, how to ensure female officers are well-supported for growth, and how to create a culture of females supporting females. Leave inspired to rise the ranks and armed with key strategies to get you there from industry experts with decades of experience. Despite the many challenges females face in this industry, together we can make a difference for women in policing.
Food & Beverage Included in Your Registration:
Registration for The Women in Law Enforcement Summit includes all meals listed in the conference agenda including breakfast, lunch, and hors d'oeuvres & cocktails during networking receptions. The FRA conference experience is committed to excellence, so attendees can expect top-notch food and beverage alongside our high-quality content and speaking faculty.
We are proud to welcome anyone who promotes female leadership and the advancement of diversity and inclusion in the law enforcement industry, therefore all genders are welcome, including those who identify as nonbinary. All attendees, regardless of gender, will acquire critical leadership tools, expand their emotional intelligence skills, and gain a more wholistic view of the needs of their team. Our event typically includes professionals working in the following functions:
There is a reason attendees return to this event year after year. Check out a few reasons you can't miss our Spring event:
Analyze de-escalation techniques to remain in control during a confrontation
Create a long-term plan to achieve your career goals within the profession
Assess the new generation of female police officers and adapt your recruitment efforts to meet their needs
Investigate the 30 X 30 initiative and how it is helping departments across the country increase female applications
Identify the secrets of retention success and improving morale of female employees
Evaluate the importance of mentorship on the progression, development, and retention of female officers
Enhance your experience by participating in the four round table discussions
Introduce new techniques to improve your physical fitness and remain confident in your role
Generate a long-term financial plan to avoid costly errors and prepare for a fruitful retirement
Network and learn with likeminded professionals from across the country as part of your educational experience
Recruitment Officer, Metro Nashville Police Department
Recruiter, Thurston County Sheriff Office
Special Agent, SBA OIG
Recruitment Officer, Everett Police Department