EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH ON IMPROVING LAW ENFORCEMENT FOR WOMEN AWARD
Excellence in Research on Improving Law Enforcement for Women Award
This Award is open to anyone in Australia, New Zealand or Pacific nation who has an interest in improving law enforcement for women.
This Award seeks to recognise the importance of quality research that supports the advancement of law enforcement and how it can better respond to women. The award recipient will have finalised a research paper that explores how law enforcement can be improved for women. The research may already have been published or produced for another purpose. It must however be available in a form that can be published by the Australasian Council for Women and Policing on its website and in its journal (this can be in different format from the original research paper).
Please ensure that a copy of the research (or a link) is attached to the nomination form when it is submitted.
The recipient for the Excellence in Research on Improving Law Enforcement for Women Award are to have:
- To have conducted primary or secondary research that addresses an aspect of how law enforcement can be improved for women in Australasia; and
- That the research is contemporary; and
- The research is available to be published, either in its original form or one that can be adapted for Australasian Council of Women and Policing in The Journal for Women and Policing and/or acwap.com.au
Awards Presentation Dinner
The Awards will be presented at a dinner at the Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns on Monday 18 September 2017 as part of the 2017 International Women & Law Enforcement Conference.