Thursday 10th December 2020 | London
Despite a steady rise in the number of women in policing over the past decade, the number of women in senior leadership ranks remains low. There is certainly some way to go to achieve gender balanced leadership teams that are truly representative of the populations they serve.
Women in Policing seeks to provide current and future leaders with the skills needed to correct this imbalance. The unique conference explores the role of women in policing and offers practical advice and coaching on how to further develop your career in times of change. We will discuss together how we can manage the challenges of modern leadership and help ensure we don't lose momentum in recognising and rewarding female leaders in policing.
Please click here to view the full agenda.
- Examine the barriers currently facing female leaders (and future leaders) in policing and hear how to overcome them
- Understand when and how gender plays a role in both organisational and personal advancement
- Learn how successful women negotiate for what they need to be effective leaders
- Gain a deeper understanding of the skills, qualities and attributes needed to be a successful leader
- Raise the visibility of women as senior leaders in policing
- Create a lasting network of women leaders across the sector who are effecting change in policing
2019 speakers included (2020 speakers to be announced shortly):
- Lisa Hogan, Chief Inspector, Northumbria Police & Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner
- Jayne Lloyd, Branch Commander, National Crime Agency
- Kath Barnes, Detective Chief Superintendent, Head of Counter Terrorism Policing, South East
- Shabnam Chaudhri, Detective Superintendent, Metropolitan Police
- Gill Wootton, Detective Superintendent & Head of Specialist Operations, Thames Valley Police
- Sarah Dimmock, Diversity Manager, Cumbria Police
- Sacha Hatchett, Assistant Chief Constable, North Wales Police
- Karen Baxter, NPCC Co-Ordinator for Economic Crime, City of London Police
- Justine Kenny, Director of People and Resources, Staffordshire Police
- Jo Farrell, Chief Constable, Durham Constabulary
- Rachael Etebar, Director of People and Culture, British Transport Police
- Michelle Palmer-Harris, Sergeant, Sussex Police
- Pippa Mills, Deputy Chief Constable, Essex Police
- Karen Giles, Police Constable, Metropolitan Police
- Alicia Shaw, Chief Inspector for Stevenage
Registrations for the Women in Policing conference in London can be made here
A 10% Early Bird discount will be applied to bookings made prior to 5th June.
Book with total confidence
In view of the ongoing uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, we want you to feel totally confident about booking onto our events. We promise the following:
- If the Women in Policing team needs to reschedule the event, your place will automatically transfer to the new date.
- If the Women in Policing team is unable to reschedule the event for a time within the next 12 months, you will be entitled to a full refund.