Alberta Women In Public Safety
AWIP Supports, Connects and Mentor’s Women
Across Agencies and Advocates for Women in Alberta’s Public Safety Community.
AWIPS is a growing group of women leaders within Alberta public safety agencies working to improve opportunities and outcomes for women in Public Safety. #strongertogether
Our goal is to create an inclusive culture that supports the growth and development of women in Alberta’s Public Safety community.
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Alberta’s colours are blue and gold to represent the prairies, mountains and the sky. The morning star acknowledges Indigenous people as it’s part of traditional creation teachings, for many nations.
Blood Tribe Police Service inspector Farica Prince has been in policing since 2001. In that time, she has been a constable for two different indigenous police services and was an instructional facilitator for the RCMP. She has seen a lot and is a strong advocate for racial and gender equality within Canadian policing circles.Read more Read More
SASAKTOON — Throughout Cst. Lisa Simonson’s 21-year career as a police officer, she’s wanted guidance from female law enforcement leaders.
She couldn’t find anything formal, though. There were non-profits dedicated to female police and law enforcement officers in Alberta, British Columbia and Ontario, but no such organization existed in Saskatchewan. So she decided to help create one.Read more Read More