Job Title: Supervisory Police Officer
Department: Department Of The Treasury
Agency: U.S. Mint
Job Announcement Number: 14-USMINT-003
WIFLE's Helen Yu is looking for energetic individuals to assist with the 1st Annual WIFLE Half Marathon Race. The race is tentatively scheduled for the Fall of 2014 in Virginia.
Read the PDF file linked below and contact Helen if you can assist.
The St. Louis Fusion Center (formerly the St. Louis Terrorism Early Warning Group) is a public safety partnership consisting of law enforcement, fire/emergency medical, public health, and emergency management agencies, and private sector areas that could be a target of terrorism.
They just published an alert for public safety officers who use Facebook. Please read the advisory in the PDF below and share as appropriate.
Right click to save to your PC -> STLFC-FacebookLawEnforcementAdvisory.pdf
updated cap September 8 2014
U. S. Capitol Police Chief Kim Dine is working to create more networking opportunities for his police officers and support staff and has reached out to WIFLE to assist him in doing this. On Wednesday August 28, 2013, the United States Capitol Police and WIFLE will hold a Flash Mentoring event from 1:00-3:00 pm and 3:30-5:30 pm. The two separate sessions will allow the Capitol Police to hold training for the day and afternoon shifts. Each session will be limited to 10 mentors and 60 protégés. This event is open to both sworn and non-sworn women from all federal law enforcement agencies. You do not have to be a member to attend.
MESSAGE FOR WIFLE MEMBERS:
As you are undoubtedly aware, there has been an incredible amount of attention and scrutiny upon federal agencies and programs. Complaints and allegations of wrongdoing have simply become the cost of doing business for many federal officers. Whether true or false, and whether exacerbated by media sensation, negative public impact or political agendas, if you don't have professional liability coverage in place, the cost to defend your decisions, actions, or inactions could be cost prohibitive - even if you are ultimately vindicated.
FEDS professional liability coverage is available for $280 annually - after you enter discount code "WIFLE". And after you apply for agency reimbursement (all federal law enforcement officers and officer assistants are eligible for reimbursement), the net costs are only $140 plus tax. Payroll deduction is available for all employees.
If you are in a supervisory position, the policy also includes coverage, at no additional cost, for employment practices liability claims such as allegations of harassment, discrimination, retaliation, whistleblower reprisal and wrongful termination.
Most Umbrella policies exclude employment related acts, errors and missions. FEDS is recommended for every WIFLE member. For questions or to request brochures email email@example.com.
To enroll, call 866.955.FEDS or log on to www.fedsprotection.com. Don't wait. 5 minutes now can save you thousands of dollars and give you a whole lot of peace of mind later.
Excelsior College is pleased to announce a PERMANENT tuition discount on master’s degree programs for WIFLE Members at Excelsior. Additionally, the program is available to spouses/domestic partners of WIFLE members.
Download and read the information below for additional details.
Sent over the WIFLE Member Broadcast July 22, 2013
Joe Urschel is the Executive Director of the National Law Enforcement Museum. In the "Director's Corner" segment of the website at http://www.nleomf.org/museum/about/directors-corner/, Joe writes about the 2013 WIFLE Leadership Training and links it to the importance of telling the story of American law enforcement.
You can use the link above to read the article online. If you would like a copy emailed directly to you, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The above note was published on the WIFLE Member Broadcast July 19, 2013
WOMEN IN FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT FOUNDATION, INC.
Honors Outstanding Leaders at their 14th Annual Leadership Training
(Arlington, VA) On June 26, 2013, the Women in Federal Law Enforcement Foundation, Inc., (WIFLE) acknowledged several exceptional women throughout the federal law enforcement community for their superior leadership skills and for demonstrating outstanding acts of heroism in the protection of America’s homeland.
Read the full Press Release at this link, http://www.wifle.org/pdf/WIFLEFoundation_PressRelease_2013Awards.pdf.
Read details on www.wifle.org.
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