"Women in Policing" Career Presentation
TORONTO, Sept. 9, 2014 /CNW/ - This year marks the 40th anniversary of the RCMP's first women officers. In celebration, Ontario
RCMP Recruiting will be hosting three "Women in Policing" career
presentations across the province. These presentations will be taking
place at the Toronto, Ottawa, and London RCMP Detachments at 6:00 p.m.,
on Tuesday, September 16th.
A 32-member female troop began training on September 16, 1974 and forged
the path that has led to nearly 4,000 female police officers today,
which is just over 20% of the sworn ranks. The RCMP is committed to
increasing that to 30% by 2025.
During the "Women in Policing" presentation, you will learn about the
150 different types of policing opportunities within the RCMP and hear
from women who've donned the RCMP uniform. A female recruiting officer
will also outline the recruiting process step-by-step, provide advice,
and answer questions.
The "Women in Policing" Career Presentation will take place as follows:
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
RCMP Toronto North Detachment
345 Harry Walker Parkway South,
The above location will feature the following special guest speakers in
honour of the 40th anniversary of the RCMP's first female officers:
Chief Superintendent Jennifer Strachan
Inspector Deborah Pond(retired)
Inspector Michele Paradis
RCMP Ottawa Detachment, Leomont Building
155 McArthur Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario
RCMP London Headquarters Detachment
130 Dufferin Avenue, 5th Floor, London, Ontario
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) offers meaningful work, vast
opportunities and the chance to serve in communities across Canada
where you can make a real difference in people's lives. The RCMP is
committed to actively recruiting women to ensure its membership better
reflects the communities it serves.
Learn how you can put ordinary behind you at a special recruiting
presentation for women interested in a career like no other.
For more information on a career with the RCMP and basic requirements,
visit our website at www.rcmpcareers.ca or contact your local recruiting office.
SOURCE: Royal Canadian Mounted Police
For further information:
Cpl. Michelle Welsh
RCMP Recruiting Section - Ontario