Women in Policing
Women in Policing - Seminar
Date: Tuesday, December 12, 2023
Location: Recruiting Office, 11638, 142 Street, NW. Room: Classroom
Join us for an interactive event that covers women in policing experiences, light physical training exercises and discussions on real-life policing scenarios! After participants are split into three groups, you will cycle through the following stations:
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- The Recruiting Staff Sergeant and Sergeant will share their experiences and perspective being in a leadership role. Ask questions and learn first-hand what it's like to be a police officer.
- Try your hand at the push/pull machine and learn more about the physical requirements to prepare for the A-PREP stage of the application process.
- Discuss a real-world policing scenario and how to respond in a round-table discussion.
Policing is a rewarding and respected career that provides opportunities for growth, variety and a chance to make a difference in your community. It also offers great benefits and long-term financial security.
The EPS is looking for energetic, passionate and dedicated women to join our team. It’s a priority of EPS that our officers reflect the diversity of the communities we serve. The EPS currently has more than 410 female police officers from the constable all the way up to Superintendent rank. This section provides you with the information you need to decide if policing is for you.
Women in Policing Run with Recruiter Program
Looking to improve your fitness, receive some peer support and learn about the career from a female perspective? We are now offering a Women in Policing Run with Recruiter Program alongside our regular sessions.
For upcoming dates and to learn more about the program, visit the Run with Recruiter page.