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Ontario Women in Law Enforcement (OWLE) is an organization that grew from an idea to bring together the female members of the law enforcement field from across the province.

It was recognized that many police services within Ontario are either too small or simply do not employ significant numbers of females to form individual organizations. This forum provides an opportunity for members to network and access professional development opportunities. Recognizing that there exists strength in unity and numbers, Ontario Women in Law Enforcement encourages women from each and every police service, and other affiliated law enforcement agencies within the province of Ontario, to collectively address their common interests and concerns. Read More...


        

Media Release: Ruling to disallow uniformed police and floats in Toronto Pride Parade


The Executive Board of OWLE are deeply saddened and disappointed with the ruling from Pride Toronto to exclude Police Officers from the Toronto Pride Parade.

We take great pride in the uniform we wear and what it represents. We are all one family and belong to the human race. Creating divide further perpetuates the problem. Pride is all about love and inclusion – we stand together with our brothers and sisters of the LGBTQ Community. We stand together with all LGBTQ Law Enforcement Officers and all members of our Emergency Services and Criminal Justice family.

Don’t let hate and discrimination prevail. Together we can make a difference. We will continue to work together will all our community partners and I am proud of all the great work being done by law enforcement personnel on a daily basis.

Serving with Pride – We stand together with you.

To Brian, Danielle, Jean and the rest of the Serving with Pride Organization – you are doing amazing work and I am very proud of the work you are doing in and for our community. You truly are role models!

Lisa Hewison – President – Ontario Women in Law Enforcement


        

2017 Ontario Women in Law Enforcement 20th Anniversary Annual Awards Banquet:


SAVE THE DATE: April 28th, 2017

Location:
Mississauga Grand Banquet & Convention Centre
35 Brunel Road,
Mississauga, ON

Call for nominations is open. Deadline for all Major Awards Nominations and Service Award Nominations is March 10th, 2017. Please see the below forms for guidelines. Registration will be available soon.


        

Job Posting: Investigator - Ministry of Finance :


Organization: Ministry of Finance
Division: Compliance Branch, Tax Compliance and Benefits Division
City: Oshawa

Come join an exciting team that is making a difference!

Are you interested in working in a fast paced environment where the variety of work is ever changing? Does flexible work arrangements with travel across the province of Ontario appeal to you? If so, bring your investigations expertise, strong interpersonal skills and honed analytical skills to the Compliance Branch in the Ministry of Finance where you will work with enforcement partners and stakeholders to carry out the duties of Investigator.

        

Job Posting: 4th Class Special Constables – University of Toronto Campus Community Police Services:


The University of Toronto Campus Community Police Services is accepting applications for motivated, dedicated and community-oriented individuals for the position of 4th Class Special Constable, part of the Ontario Public Service Employees Union, Local 519.



        

Ontario Women in Law Enforcement Commemorative Bracelet:


For years the Ontario Women in Law Enforcement (OWLE) has been aectionately known as OWL. The coveted, hand crafted pewter owl has been incorporated as part of our awards ceremony dating back to the late 1990’s. So, it only made sense that we use an owl to commemorate our upcoming 20th Anniversary. After much deliberation well known jewelry designer Sandra Lewis was commissioned to design a one of a kind commemorative bracelet using Greek Goddess Athena’s owl as inspiration. Sandra has designed a sterling silver charm on a fitted black leather band with a stainless steel magnetic clasp, and an OWLE stamp on the back of each charm. Athena was a goddess of wisdom, courage, inspiration, and law & justice. Her owl is a symbol of knowledge, wisdom and empowerment.



        

Job Posting: Investigator - Financial Services Commission


Job Posting: Organization: Financial Services Commission
Division: Licensing and Market Conduct
City: North York


        

ONTARIO WOMEN IN LAW ENFORCEMENT PRESENT ‘Resilience-Reflection-Re-Charge’


Save the date: November 3rd, 2016

Registration to open later this week


        

Job Posting: 4th Class Special Constables – University of Toronto Campus Community Police Service


Job Posting:
4th Class Special Constables
University of Toronto Campus Community Police Service


        

Job Posting: Area Enforcement Manager


Job Posting:
Area Enforcement Manager
Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry


        

Letter from Serving With Pride


Please read the attached letter from Serving with Pride President Brian Mitchell. It is his official statement in relation to police participation in Pride parades.


        

Looking for information on Criminal Justice Education & Career Information Resources


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4th Class Special Constables – University of Toronto Campus Community Police Services


The University of Toronto Campus Community Police Services is currently accepting applications for motivated, dedicated and community oriented individuals for the position of 4th Class Special Constables.



        

2016 Awards Banquet - Photo Gallery



        

Transit Safety Officer Recruitment Information Session


GO transit safety and security division:
Invite you to attend our Transit Safety Officer Recruitment Information Session at Humber College Lakeshore Campus

Please see attached flyer for details!


        

Red Coat Diaries:


October 30th, 2015, 8:00am - 4:00pm.
Mississauaga Grand Banquet & Convention Centre
True stories from the women of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

Special pricing December 2015-January 2016. Don't miss out.
https://sites.google.com/site/redcoatdiaries/insider-pricing-2015


        

Job Opportunity: Sergeant
University of Toronto Mississauga, Campus Police



        

Serving With Pride is Looking for Leaders!


Serving with Pride is moving forward, are you ready to jump in? On Friday, October 13th, 2006 in Toronto, Ontario twenty-nine LGBTQ officers met to begin the groundwork for what we know as Serving With Pride today. Over the past 8 years this great organization has grown and gone through many changes, and I promise that there will be many more positive changes to come in the near future. Learn more >>













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Learn more about the life and career of Nancy Banks of the Peel Regional Police.






Ontario Women in Law Enforcement
PO Box 30004 HAWTHORNE
Milton, Ontario
L9T 0L8
Phone: (416) 452-7774

President: Lisa Hewison - Peel Regional Police
president@owle.org






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