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.
Training Day: Ontario Women in Law Enforcement Presents: Mentally Ready and Strong
October 30th, 2015, 8:00am - 4:00pm.
Mississauaga Grand Banquet & Convention Centre
- Powerpoint slides for Participants
- Exercises for OWLE Workshop
- Top 10 incidents in which WSIB forms should be filed
- Peer Support Bible
Job Opportunity: Building Patrol 1 (3 positions)
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.
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2015 OWLE Banquet Photos:
Ontario Women in Law Enforcement
1020 Kennedy Circle
PO box 30004
Phone: (905) 869-3107
President: Jo-Ann Savoie
Hamilton Police Service