BANNER #1 Question: “Are you aspiring to reach greater levels in your law enforcement career?”
• If so, the Women in Federal Law Enforcement, Inc., (WIFLE) can help!
Answer: Join WIFLE to find out some of the career-enhancing benefits of being member at: WIFLEMembers.org
BANNER #2 Did you know that WIFLE is the ONLY non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the number of women in law enforcement positions in federal law enforcement? • WIFLE is an acronym for Women in Federal Law Enforcement…
Learn more about this progressive organization at: www.wifle.org.
• You might even consider becoming a WIFLE member!
BANNER #3 HISTORY OF WOMEN IN LAW ENFORCEMENT
Who: Women were authorized to carry firearms, execute search warrants, and make arrests
What: Law enforcement positions opened up for women who had previously been barred solely based on gender
Where: Washington, D.C.
When: 1969 How: President Richard Nixon signed Executive Order 11478 – “Equal Opportunity in the Federal Government”
Become a member of an organization (WIFLE) that is making a difference in the lives of women in law enforcement each and every day!
BANNER #4 WHAT DO THE FOLLOWING FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES HAVE IN COMMON?
• Immigration and Naturalization Service • United States Secret Service • United States Postal Inspection Service • Federal Bureau of Investigation • Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms
They were the “first” agencies to hire women in 1971 and 1972.
Learn more about Women in Federal Law Enforcement, Inc., (WIFLE)