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WIFLE                   

     WIFLE, Inc.
     WIFLE Foundation, Inc.
     WIFLE Scholarship Fund
2200 Wilson Boulevard
Suite 102, PMB-204
Arlington, VA 22201-3324
Telephone: 301-805-2180
Fax: 301-560-8836
Email: wifle@comcast.net

STUDIES AND RESEARCH


  WIFLE Project: Pregnancy Guidelines for Federal Law Enforcement, May 2011,  Pregnancy Guidelines

 

  Texas A & M Collaboration on the issue Women in Federal Law Enforcement and Promotions
     June 2011 PDF Format
 

 

 

  1991: Celebrating Twenty Years of Women in Federal Law Enforcement (PDF)

                

 

   Violence Against Women, Report November 2007 (PDF Format) NOTE:  2MB Download
             

 

  • A study published by the National Center for Women & Policing, Spring 2003, "Hiring & Retaining More Women: The Advantages to Law Enforcement Agencies," reported that women in law enforcement-
    . Rely on communication skills and interpersonal skills to a greater degree and are less likely to use excessive force.
    . Support community policing.
    . Emphasize communication and cooperation with citizens that may lead to better intelligence collection.
    . Respond more effectively to crimes of violence against women.
    . Reduce incidents of sex discrimination and sexual harassment as their numbers increase.
    . Change the climate to allow for the incorporation of more family friendly policies that are beneficial to all.
    . Provide a different perspective that encourages management to examine practices to provide better law enforcement operations and services.

 

  • In the Face of Challenges, Women in Federal Law Enforcement Persist and Excel By: Susan A. Keverline, Ph. D.
    2003 Study in PDF Format

 

Research

  • A study published by the National Center for Women & Policing, Spring 2003, "Hiring & Retaining More Women: The Advantages to Law Enforcement Agencies," reported that women in law enforcement-
    . Rely on communication skills and interpersonal skills to a greater degree and are less likely to use excessive force.
    . Support community policing.
    . Emphasize communication and cooperation with citizens that may lead to better intelligence collection.
    . Respond more effectively to crimes of violence against women.
    . Reduce incidents of sex discrimination and sexual harassment as their numbers increase.
    . Change the climate to allow for the incorporation of more family friendly policies that are beneficial to all.
    . Provide a different perspective that encourages management to examine practices to provide better law enforcement operations and services.