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British Association
for Women in Policing

So lovely to receive, thanks to the person that nominated me, thanks to BAWP (British Association of Women in Policing) and thanks to CC Garry Forsyth @bedspolice for the lovely accompanying letter 💙

#Appreciation #coaching #mentoring all part of #supportiveleadership #policing

We’re really keen to speak with people from a range of backgrounds to understand what they could bring to these roles. These are challenging but rewarding positions at the forefront of the fight against serious organised crime.

Find out more ➡️ https://t.co/TekHJI0v3T

FUNDRAISING CHALLENGE ANNOUNCEMENT!⁠
⁠Today we’re launching our summer challenge #WalkForEndo. We still have a big job to do. Will you help us help those on the journey to diagnosis? Find out how to get involved: ⁠https://t.co/KMaGKGvImk

Digital survey 📱

We want your feedback to help us understand ways in which we can support everyone in policing to deal effectively with incidents and reports involving digital.

Complete our survey by visiting our website: https://t.co/aKknbMWZFI

2021 AGM. As ever great to welcome new members whilst thanking and showing appreciation for our existing support. Some amazing work continues and if you want to know more please get in touch.

We’re inviting officers & staff to be part of our groundbreaking ‘Instinct Traces’ research, help us learn more about what supports your wellbeing at work.
Interested? 📧 contact@oscarkilo.org.uk with your preferred date, 15 min 📞interviews are on Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri this week.

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The British Association for Women in Policing was founded to empower the Police services’ strong, hardworking women. The organisation’s mission is to continue to ensure that women’s voices in policing are both heard and understood.

Gender equality within policing is an integral part of BAWP’s mission and the organisation plays a significant role in providing a platform for women within in the industry.

With representatives across the UK, including the British Transport Police, Royal Navy Police, National Crime Agency and Isle of Man Constabulary, we work with both national and geographic forces and law enforcement responsibilities.

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