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NCJ Number: 157301 Find in a Library
Title: Five Years European Network of Policewomen 1989-1994: Annual Report 1994
Corporate Author: European Network for Policewomen
Date Published: 1995
Page Count: 31
Sponsoring Agency: European Network for Policewomen
Amersfoort, 3800BC, Netherlands
Sale Source: European Network for Policewomen
Postbus 1102
Amersfoort, 3800BC,
Type: Survey
Language: English; French
Country: Netherlands
Annotation: This report describes the accomplishments during 1994 of the European Network of Policewomen, as well as the organization's activities since its founding in 1989.
Abstract: The main objective of the Network is to make optimal the position of female police in the police agencies in Europe. Specific activities include training, information exchanges, a biannual conference and seminars, promotion of mutual support, advice and counseling, and public relations. The Network has issued publications, established the International Equal Opportunities Information and Documentation Center, published a quarterly newsletter, established networks within individual countries, produced a videotape, and held conferences. Funding has come from the Dutch Ministry of the Interior and donations from other European countries and police organizations. Maps, photographs, and lists of board members and country contact persons
Main Term(s): Police women
Index Term(s): Criminology; Europe; Foreign police; Police professionalism
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