Women in Policing Panel Discussion
Mark your calendars for March 22nd, as this is the date we will have assembled some of the best women leaders in law enforcement to speak to you! The University of Phoenix, College of Criminal Justice is hosting a discussion focusing on “Women in Policing”. Meet notable women leaders who will share the challenges and best practices to overcome and thrive in the “man’s world” of law enforcement.
A panel of notable women leaders in law enforcement has been assembled to share their wealth of experience, knowledge and wisdom. All have earned high-level – some historical – promotions within their agencies. They will cover all aspects from the hiring process through probation and promoting to leadership roles. Each has its challenges and our leaders will share their perspectives and ideas regarding each stage of their careers.
- Chief Deputy Shelley Kennedy-Smith, Riverside County Sheriff ’s Department
- Chief Deputy Cheryl Evans, Riverside County Sheriff ’s Department
- Lieutenant Melissa Desmarais, Palm Springs Police Department
Are you thinking of becoming a part of the law enforcement family? Are you already in the profession? Get answers to your questions on navigating and exploring a career in law enforcement. If you have questions and concerns, here is your chance to get them answered.
Invite your friends, family and acquaintances. This complimentary event is open to the community.
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
8:30 AM – 10:30 AM
University of Phoenix, Pasadena Learning Center
299 N. Euclid Ave., Suite 100
See you there!