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9th Annual Women in Law Enforcement Conference

Monday, May 2nd, 2016

In the quest to discuss creative strategies in combating crime, ITC’s 9th Annual Leadership Development for Women in Law Enforcement conference (25 – 27 May 2016) will bring law enforcement entities together with the aim of strengthening collaboration and partnerships at all levels of enforcement, bringing together various enforcement directives in the quest to empower, inspire and awaken the spirit to leadership.

Both local and international speakers will boost exceptional individuals that have through their hard work and determination, put fellow women law enforcers on the global map and have proven that it is possible to lead, despite gender challenges.

The annual ITC conference also includes an awards ceremony on day two and is a platform where women law enforcers are recognised for their contribution to enforcement.

Some confirmed speakers include:

  • Major General Liziwe Ntshinga

Provincial Head: Directorate For Priority Crime Investigation (Hawks) Free State
SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE

  • Annalene Marais

Deputy Chief of Police: Operations
CAPE TOWN METROPOLITAN  POLICE DEPARTMENT

  • Ursula Mc’Crystal

Head : Anti Money Laundering Surveillance
STANDARD BANK OF SOUTH AFRICA

  • Captain Elmarie Myburgh

Investigative Psychology Section: CR & CSM
SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE

  • Lieutenant  Colonel Heila Niemand

Provincial Unit Commander Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offence (FCS)
SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE:

  • Agent Valerie Parlave

Executive Assistant Director
FEDERAL BEREAU OF INVESTIGATION WASHINGTON

KEY STRATEGIES TO BE DISCUSSED:

  • Creating a culture of quality service delivery in law enforcement
  • Using various leadership traits as a woman in law enforcement
  • Looking at the role of law enforcement in addressing the protection of women and children
  • Advancing your management capacitation through stronger mentorship
  • Excelling as a woman law enforcer by utilising Emotional Intelligence to your benefit
  • Pursuing a career based on your passion to make a difference
  • Encouraging continuous education for women within law enforcement
  • Strengthening the fight against Cyber Crimes
  • Addressing physical and psychological challenges faced by women in policing
  • Women in law enforcement complementing instead of competing
  • Equipping yourself and your team with the right tools to execute your directive

To learn more about the conference please visit: http://www.intelligencetransferc.co.za/conferences/9th-annual-leadership-for-women-in-law-enforcement/