Women Leaders in Law Enforcement Training Symposium
PO Box 255745, Sacramento, CA 95865, 916-481-8000
Date of Release: October 19, 2012 Contact: Leslie McGill 916-804-3527
7th Annual Women Leaders in Law Enforcement Training Symposium Held to be Held October 21-23 At Hyatt Regency Irvine
The California Police Chiefs Association and the Irvine Police Department are pleased to announce the 2012 Women Leaders in Law Enforcement Training Symposium. The event will be held October 21-23 at the Hyatt Regency in Irvine.
The Women Leaders in Law Enforcement (WLLE) was originally started in 1987 by two female officers who saw the need to build unity and provide support within the female law enforcement community. The first meeting comprised of approximately 20 women exchanging business cards and ideas. This support system has now grown into a statewide symposium, where hundreds of women and men come together each year for an amazing training and networking event.
The theme of this conference is “Sharing Strategies for Success, Strong Together.” The program will offer a wide range of topics such as leadership, mentoring, promotional preparation, critical incident survival, health and fitness, as well as building value in the organization. The training is comprised of keynote speeches, workshops addressing various police related topics and panel discussions.
The symposium is generously sponsored by the California Police Chief’s Association, California Highway Patrol, California State Sheriff’s Association and the California Peace Officers Association. More information about the event is available at http://bit.ly/WLLE2012
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IRVINE POLICE DEPARTMENT
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(949) 724-7000 www.irvinepd.org
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