WELCOME TO WIFLE
Women in Federal Law Enforcement, Inc. and the WIFLE
Foundation, Inc. are both commonly known as simply WIFLE. WIFLE
has been in existence since ICWIFLE in the 70's when it was an
interagency committee formed by the U.S. Departments of Justice and
Treasury. WIFLE incorporated a non-profit organization in June 1999
as Women in Federal Law Enforcement, Inc. to better continue the
work of ICWIFLE. The WIFLE Foundation, incorporated in 2006,
is the the educational arm for WIFLE providing Annual Leadership
Training, seminars, and Scholarship Programs. The WIFLE Executive
Leadership Institute (WELI) established in 2011 provides immersive
leadership training sessions for GS Grades 13, 14, 15, and SES (and
State, county and local equivalents) which are held in conjunction
with the Annual Leadership Training. To this day, WIFLE continues to
be the only non-profit in the United States dedicated to addressing
reasons why women remain underrepresented in Federal law
Be part of the future of
women in Federal law enforcement.
Annual Leadership Training PRESENTATIONS
Its Called Social Security
Retirement Planning Spreadsheet
The Things Federal Retirees Wished They Knew
Five Secrets to a Happy Retirement
WIFLE Guests from Chile
Force Meeting on 21st Century
- 2016 WIFLE Speaker Nola Joyce, Deputy Commissioner, Philadelphia Polcie Department (Retired) presents: "21st Century Policing: What it Means and Implications for Federal Law Enforcement
- 2016 WIFLE Keynote Speaker Vanita Gupta, Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General and Head of the Civi Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice addresses attendees about 21st Century Policing and Civil Rights
- 2016 WIFLE Keynote Speaker Vanita Gupta, Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General and Head of the Civi Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice addresses attendees about 21st Century Policing and Civil Rights, while Catherine W. Sanz, President WIFLE Foundation looks on.
- 2016 WIFLE Keynote Speaker Vanita Gupta, Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General and Head of the Civi Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice (center) with Margaret Moore, Chair, Board of Directors, WIFLE (left) and Regina Lombardo, WIFLE Executive Committee Vice President and ATF Deputy Assistant Director (right)
- 2016 WIFLE Speaker Kathy Spillar, National Center for Women in Policing/Feminist Majority Foundation and Executive Director Ms. Magazine presents: "To Better Serve Communities, Hire More Women in Law Enforcement"
- Hyatt Regency, Reston Town Center July 2016
Events & More
From TIME (Magazine Online):
There is a simple solution to America's policing
problem: More Female Cops
- Los Angeles Times, Opinion
One group is responsible for Americaís culture of violence,
and it isnít cops, black Americans, Muslims or rednecks.
Itís men. What we donít talk about is how the greatest
predictor of violence isnít religion, occupation or race.
Coast Guard Academy sets record for female
enrollment. Forty years after military service
academies opened their doors to women, the U.S.
Coast Guard Academy marked the milestone at a
Monday as it
welcomes a class with a record 38 percent of female
DOJ adds implicit bias training for 28,000 law
enforcement employees. The Department of Justice
unveiled a new training plan to address implicit bias in
law enforcement. The June 27 announcement comes as the
DOJ tries to make law enforcement more aware of
stereotypes and bias can play in police work.
President Sanz at the Policia de Investigaciones de
Chile (PDI) at the police academy. These women
participated in the round table discussions which
included the top ranked woman officer to the new cadets.
Training at the academy is three years long and is a
live in situation. The officers graduate with the
equivalent of a college degree. The agency size is 6000;
30% are women.
Material to read includes the remarks and keynote: PDF
View from the U.S. Ambassador's back yard.
Seminar on Women Leading in Security and Justice
hosted by the University of Chile Law School
Teniente Coronel Sra. Yexica Salas Roa- Gendadarmeria de
Chile (Prisons Division, Ministry of Justice)
Judge Lidia Poza, President of the Chilean Association
of Women Judges (MACHI)
Prefecto Inspector Veronica Lagos, (PDI Investigative
Francisca Werth, Executive Director, National
General Marcia Raimann, Carabineros de Chile (uniformed
Catherine Sanz, Executive Director WIFLE
Vice Dean Maricruz Gomez de la Torre who gave opening
The Minister of Justice Javiera Blanco spoke and Ms.
Sanz was the Keynote speaker on Women Leading in
Security and Justice.
Support the Presidentís
Task Force on 21st
Century Policing Report:
Citing the Urgent Need for Transformational Culture
Change in Policing through the Recruitment, Hiring,
Retention, and Promotion of Women and Minorities
Issued March 2016
Final Report of the President's
Task force on 21st Century Policing
Link to WIFLE Material
Addressing Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Discrimination in Federal Civilian
Employment A Guide to Employment Rights, Protections, and
Responsibilities. Resource guide developed by the
Office of Personnel Management, the Equal Employment
Opportunity Commission, the Office of Special Counsel, and
the Merit Systems Protection Board.
Link to WIFLE Material.
Justice Department Issues
Guidance on Identifying and Preventing Gender Bias in Law
Enforcement Response to Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence
Gender Bias Policing Guidance Fact Sheet
Identifying and Preventing Gender Bias Website
Plan, Vision and Mission, 2016 PDF
of Eight Factors Influencing Women's Retention in Federal
Law Enforcement, Dr. Helen H. Yu, WIFLE Board Member.
- Interim Report
by Task Force || WIFLE
submitted to President's Task Force on 21st Century
Presidential Memorandum -- Modernizing Federal Leave
Policies for Childbirth, Adoption and Foster Care to Recruit
and Retain Talent and Improve Productivity
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