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5k_20046_max50

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Posted over 5 years ago

 

Can some of you share how many female officers you have in your department?  I'll need to know total number of sworn officers and how many of those are females.


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Rate This | Posted over 5 years ago

 

We have a good 300 deputies in my department, not sure how many of them are female....but in my division we have 25 deputies, and 4 of them are females including one of the shift sergeants.  And all 4 of them are more than capable and I would rather have a female partner than a male one. Easier to get along with.

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Rate This | Posted over 5 years ago

 

When I worked campus law enforcement the highest we ever got was 1 female officer  with about 9 officers total.  The female officers tended not to last, when I quit we were an all male department and had been that way for about 3 or 4 years.

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Rate This | Posted over 5 years ago

 

the campus LE jobs in the houston area, and there are like 20 colleges and universities in the metro area and most with police departments, the departments tend to be very female heavy. At one time it seeemed like Rice U PD was something like 50% female.  Most of the females I know who are cops are campus cops.

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Rate This | Posted over 5 years ago

 

Our department has 17 sworn officers and three are women. There are only two females on patrol and the other is a sgt.

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Rate This | Posted over 1 year ago

 

8 females out of approximately 105 officers

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Rate This | Posted over 1 year ago

 

You do realize this post is 4 years old?

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Rate This | Posted over 1 year ago

 

yup...


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