Welcome to ACWAP
The Australasian Council of Women and Policing Inc is working to improve policing for women
It was established in August 1997 and is a growing group of women and men within police services, law enforcement agencies and the community who are working together to:
• improve the policing services provided to women;
• improve opportunities and outcomes for women within policing;
• participate in the global network of women in policing.
We invite you to join the Australasian Council of Women and Policing.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
ACWAP will be holding its next Annual General Meeting (AGM) after the 2019 Australasian Council of Women and Policing Conference – Collaborate – The Future Belongs To Us as per the following details:
Notice of Annual General Meeting
The National Convention Centre, Canberra
31 Constitution Avenue, Canberra, ACT 2601
1pm Thursday 5th September 2019
At the AGM, the Council will call for membership nominations and elect Executive Committee members as well as general Committee members.
We are now seeking nominations of candidates for election as office-bearers of the council or as ordinary committee members. You must be a current financial and registered ACWAP member to participate in this process.
Please refer to the attached forms for further information:
Form/s need to be delivered to the secretary of the council not less than 7 days before the date fixed for the annual general meeting at which the election is to take place.
Should you wish to submit a nomination, then your nomination/s will be required to be submitted to the firstname.lastname@example.org email user group by COB Wednesday 28th August 2019.
If you have any queries please contact Anne Macdonald – Secretary ACWAP – 0428 906 354
2019 Australasian Council of Women and Policing Conference
Griffith University – Women in Policing Scholarship
The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University are offering a serving female police officer in Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Nation, a $2500 scholarship to further their professional development. The recipient may use the scholarship funds towards commencing an accredited university program, or in continuance of an accredited program already underway. Funds may also be used to assist with expenses directly associated with the program (eg. course fees, text books).
It is a requirement that the study be relevant to policing. The recipient is asked to outline in their application how the study will benefit them in their profession and career progression within the policing context. Payment of scholarship funds will be dependent upon proof of enrolment in an accredited university program.
Female police officers are invited to submit an expression of interest of no more than two pages addressing the following, utilising the application form:
- Title of program and name of University
- Relevance to policing career. Clearly indicate how the course is relevant to the contemporary policing environment
- Professional development benefits. Clearly state the relevance of these studies, for which you are applying for support, to your own individual professional development goals. You should indicate how the completion of the studies will enhance your career trajectory.
- Current enrolment status. (If program is underway: proof of enrolment and academic transcript. If program has not yet been started: proof of enrolment, including proposed date of commencement.)
Applications for the Griffith University Women in Policing Scholarship close on Monday 3rd June 2019.
The successful applicant will be publicly announced at the 21st Excellence in Policing Awards in Canberra on 4 September 2019 as part of the 2019 ACWAP Conference “Collaboration – The future belongs to us”. It is anticipated the successful applicant would be in attendance at the Awards Dinner to accept the scholarship.
For further information on ACWAP and the Development Seminar please go to www.ACWAP.com.au
To view Editions 41 and 42 of The Journal for Women and Policing please click on the images below: