We are pleased to announce the International Association of Women Police (IAWP) has started a new Criminal Justice Research Centers Papers series within the Criminal Justice Research Network (CJRN).

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Established in 1915, the International Association of Women Police (IAWP) is a premier intellectual global powerhouse that develops and promotes evidence-based policies, programs, and field practices and offering sponsoring grants and graduate fellowships for women in policing and law enforcement and by encouraging professional-academic partnerships.

The IAWP represents all ranks and grades within policing and law enforcement providing knowledge, skills, and experience from police frontline practitioners across the globe. This allows us to bring a unique perspective to academic research and other high-level reports enabling us to inform strategy and policy development at the global level.

The IAWP Research Paper Series features the latest research and field experiences from relating to women in policing in several areas of research including women in leadership roles; gender mainstreaming within police; need for bringing women to the central stage of policing; gender-responsive policing; recruitment, training and retention of women in police; prevention, detection and investigation of physical crime; cybercrime and cyber-victimization of women and girls; and family, and mental and physical health issues impacting women police officers.

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