- Details: Currently serving or retired law enforcement officers who have or had the power to arrest, or are employed in a full-time capacity as a law enforcement educator; or A civilian member of a law enforcement agency who is or did occupy a permanent position a law enforcement agency.
- Details: Persons having such training, experience or other professional attainments in law enforcement or related fields as may be determined by the Board from time to time; or those persons employed as part-time law enforcement educators.
- Details: Open to persons actively involved in the study of law enforcement, but do not possess the power of arrest and are not permanently employed by a law enforcement agency.
- Details: Secure you're membership at a discounted rate with the purchase of our 5-year membership plan.
Ontario Women in Law Enforcement provides a medium for you, the law enforcement officer, to express your views, opinions and concerns. The organization exists to serve and assist you. Your participation is essential to the success of all women in law enforcement. I encourage you to join us, learn with us, and grow with us – together, we can move into the new millennium in unity, strength and knowledge.
Lisa Hewison, President, Ontario Women in Law Enforcement