WIFLE, Inc.
     WIFLE Foundation, Inc.
     WIFLE Scholarship Fund
Catherine Sanz, Executive Director
2200 Wilson Boulevard
Suite 102, PMB-204
Arlington, VA 22201-3324
Telephone: 301-805-2180


Women in Federal Law Enforcement, Inc. and the WIFLE Foundation, Inc. are both commonly known as simply WIFLE. WIFLE has been in existence since ICWIFLE in the 70's when it was an interagency committee formed by the U.S. Departments of Justice and Treasury. WIFLE incorporated a non-profit organization in June 1999 as Women in Federal Law Enforcement, Inc. to better continue the work of ICWIFLE.  The WIFLE Foundation, incorporated in 2006, is the the educational arm for WIFLE providing Annual Leadership Training, seminars, and Scholarship Programs. The WIFLE Executive Leadership Institute (WELI) established in 2011 provides immersive leadership training sessions for GS Grades 13, 14, 15, and SES (and State, county and local equivalents) which are held in conjunction with the Annual Leadership Training. To this day, WIFLE continues to be the only non-profit in the United States dedicated to addressing reasons why women remain underrepresented in Federal law enforcement.

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  • WIFLE Leadership Training 2016.
    Mark Your Calendars for July 18 - 22, 2016, Hyatt Regency at the Reston Town Center.  AVOID the last minute RUSH!  Sign up for training when the website opens on February 1, 2016.  2016 Awards and Scholarship material will be available at that time, too.
  • Interim Report by Task Force on 21st Century Policing ||  WIFLE Testimony submitted to President's Task Force
  • OPM Announcement and the Handbook on Leave and Workplace Flexibility for Childbirth, Adoption and Foster Care.  April 15, 2015.  Significant updates to policy and guidance for Federal Agencies and employees; view all here.

  • Gender and Complaints Mechanisms Handbook
    “Gender Complaints Mechanisms, A Handbook for Armed Forces and Ombuds Institutions to Prevent and Respond to Gender-Related Discrimination, Harassment, Bullying and Abuse” was recently issued by the Geneva Centre for Democratic Control of Armed Forces. Although the handbook was intended for military forces in the international community, the issues and problems discussed in the report relate to achieving diversity and promoting gender equality in law enforcement in the United States as well. It is an extremely interesting report, especially to women, and we are providing the link below to the publication for the information of our members.





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