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Recruiting and Retaining Women:
A Self-Assessment Guide for Law Enforcement

"Recruiting & Retaining Women: A Self-Assessment Guide for Law Enforcement" is designed to help local, state and federal law enforcement agencies examine their policies and procedures in order to identify and remove obstacles to hiring and retaining sworn and civilian women employees. The Guide, which was developed under a grant from the Bureau of Justice Assistance, also provides a list of resources for agencies to use when planning or implementing changes to their current policies and procedures.

Get your own copy of the Self-Assessment Guide for a $15 fee
Order Online or Call 1-800-851-3420 to Order by Phone (Use code: NCJ 185235)
Download Full Text (over 150 pages)


The Guide Features Chapters on the Following Topics

  • The Advantages to Hiring and Retaining more Women
  • Assessing a Law Enforcement Agency
  • Developing a Job Description
  • Recruiting Quality Candidates
  • Removing Obstacles in the Selection Process
  • Designing Quality Recruit Academies and Field Training Programs
  • Mentoring to Increase Retention
  • Valuing Civilian Employees
  • Implementing Family-Friendly Policies
  • Monitoring Performance Evaluations
  • Assignments and Promotions
  • Preventing Sexual and Gender Harassment, Discrimination, and Retaliation
  • Ensuring Impartial Internal Investigation and Discipline Systems
  • Developing effective awards
Training Available for Law Enforcement Agencies In order to provide assistance to law enforcement agencies wishing to increase the numbers of women employees, the National Center for Women & Policing provides 2-day Regional Training Seminars on recruiting women and on-site consulting by a team of professional law enforcement experts to assist the agency in identifying and removing obstacles to recruiting and retaining women.

For additional information on these services, contact the National Center for Women & Policing at 703-522-2214 or by email at: womencops@feminist.org.



   

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