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Snapshots of a Century of Women In Policing In South Australia

South Australia Police will recognise a significant milestone in history on Tuesday (1 December) with a street parade in Adelaide’s CBD celebrating a century of women in policing.

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Female Officers Patrolled Dance Halls and ‘Seaside Sands In the Interests of the Lively Girls’

Next week marks one of the most significant anniversaries in South Australian Police history. It doesn’t commemorate a bloody shootout or the arrest of a gang of felons. Continue reading Female Officers Patrolled Dance Halls and ‘Seaside Sands In the Interests of the Lively Girls’

Why a lack of sidearm options at agencies is hurting female cops

As more and more civilian women join the world of competitive shooting and gun ownership, the industry has solved the most common gun issues that inhibit poor firearms performance for women: guns are being made smaller, trigger pulls are lighter, and aftermarket grips are available to suit smaller hands. Read more here.

Source: www.policeone.com

Ed: Not all size fits all, furthermore the agencies need to adapt to each individual’s needs.