Ontario Women in Law Enforcement (OWLE) is an organization that grew from an idea to bring together the female members of the law enforcement field from across the province.
It was recognized that many police services within Ontario are either too small or simply do not employ significant numbers of females to form individual organizations. This forum provides an opportunity for members to network and access professional development opportunities. Recognizing that there exists strength in unity and numbers, Ontario Women in Law Enforcement encourages women from each and every police service, and other affiliated law enforcement agencies within the province of Ontario, to collectively address their common interests and concerns.
OWLE Training Day - November 20th, 2018!
Click the below link to register now before its sold out!
Aspire to Inspire: Be the Change
Agenda includes the following outstanding speakers:
AXON Canada presents: Chief Kathleen O'Toole (ret'd.) - Leadership in Turbulent Times. Chief O'Toole was served as the Chief of Police for the Seattle Police Department from June 23, 2014 to December 31, 2017. She was the first female Police Commissioner for the Boston Police Department and also served as the Chief Inspector of the Garda Inspectorate for the Garda Sichana in Ireland.
Sandra Perron - Author of Outstanding in the Field - Memoir of Canada's First Female Infantry Officer.
Inspector Isobel Granger - Ottawa Police Service - Author of Smashing the Glass Ceiling - A 10 Step Guide Using Creativity and Innovation to bust through the barriers to female leadership.
Maggie Paoletta and Dr. Laurne Eisler - Policing Online Degree - Wilfred Laurier University.
Case Study: OPP presents the Elizabeth Wettlaufer - Convicted serial killer and former registered nurse who confessed to murdering eight senior citizens and attempting to murder six others in Southern Ontario between 2007 and 2016.
Light Breakfast and Lunch included! $70 OWLE Members and $85 Non-Members.
Free Parking / Free WiFi / No ATM on site - bring cash!
Need a hotel?
Hilton Garden Inn - 100 Traders Blvd. West, Mississauga - OWLE Rate Available (905)890-9110
AWLE 2018 Training Conference
Atlantic Women in Law Enforcement is happy to announce the AWLE 26th Annual Training Conference will be held November 6-9, 2018 at the Crowne Plaza in Downtown Moncton New Brunswick. For more information please check out the Conference Brochure. You can register for the conference by completing the 2018 AWLE Conference Registration Form. Also, follow us on Twitter @AWLE2018Moncton.
OWLE members are invited to register and attend the conference at the AWLE membership rate!
For more details visit their website at www.awle.org.
The Conference theme is "Lead-Her-Ship From Within; Explore your Influence".
Keynote Speakers will be RCMP Commissioner Bev Busson (Ret.) and Brigadier-General Jennie Carigan. Speakers will include Inspector Cathy Bawden of the Durham Regional Police Service.
2018 Ontario Women in Law Enforcement Annual Awards Banquet
Thank you to everyone who attended the 20th Annual OWLE Awards Banquet!
Congratulations to all the nominees and award winners!
Senator Gwen Boniface speaks about the Ontario Women in Law Enforcement and female police officers in her Parliamentary address on Tuesday, March 7th, 2017:
Please read full address here:
Ontario Women in Law Enforcement Commemorative Bracelet:
For years the Ontario Women in Law Enforcement (OWLE) has been aectionately known as
OWL. The coveted, hand crafted pewter owl has been incorporated as part of our awards
ceremony dating back to the late 1990’s. So, it only made sense that we use an owl to
commemorate our upcoming 20th Anniversary. After much deliberation well known jewelry
designer Sandra Lewis was commissioned to design a one of a kind commemorative bracelet
using Greek Goddess Athena’s owl as inspiration. Sandra has designed a sterling silver charm
on a fitted black leather band with a stainless steel magnetic clasp, and an OWLE stamp on
the back of each charm. Athena was a goddess of wisdom, courage, inspiration, and law &
justice. Her owl is a symbol of knowledge, wisdom and empowerment.
Letter from Serving With Pride
Please read the attached letter from Serving with Pride President Brian Mitchell. It is his official statement in relation to police participation in Pride parades.
Looking for information on Criminal Justice Education & Career Information Resources
Click the link below:
Ontario Women in Law Enforcement
PO Box 30004 HAWTHORNE
President: Lisa Hewison - Peel Regional Police