Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 17, 2009
Seattle, WA — The International Association of Girls Police (IAWP) will hold its 47th Annual Coaching Conference in Seattle, Washington, September 20–24, 2009. The conference will bring with each other hundreds of law enforcement officers from far more than 45 nations to participate in instruction programs that promote leadership, skilled development, diversity and networking possibilities.
“It really is been much more than 30 years given that Seattle last hosted an IAWP training conference -we are quite pleased to have the international spotlight on our city after again for this thrilling and useful week of peer and leadership meetings,” stated King County Master Police Officer Beth Lavin, IAWP 47th Annual Coaching Conference Director. “Whilst the conference is an outstanding platform for female, and male, police officers to exchange ideas and assistance their peers, it also provides a unique chance for organizations to industry to an interested and motivated target audience. Additionally, it is a terrific opportunity for recruiters to speak with a significant population of prospective hires.”
The 47th Annual International Association of Women Police Coaching Conference takes spot September 20 – 24, 2009 at The Westin Seattle.
Colonel Katherine N. Miller
Commander of the United States Army Corrections Command and the Deputy Provost Marshal General
Special Guest Speaker:
Ann Rule, famed true crime writer, author of 20 books
Pre-and-Post Conference Excursions
The IAWP conference committee is pleased to provide two opportunities for attendees and their guests to enjoy the lovely Pacific Northwest. For the 1st time, the IAWP is providing a pre-conference adventure: a 7-day luxury cruise to Alaska. For info about this and the post-conferencer tour, see the IAWP Seattle Website at http://www.IAWP.us
Silent Auction Advantages Seattle Children’s Hospital
The proceeds from a silent auction in the course of the conference will benefit Seattle Children’s Hospital.
About the International Association of Females Police
The International Association of Females Police (IAWP) was produced in 1915. Its mission is to strengthen, unite and raise the profile of ladies in criminal justice around the globe. The IAWP is committed to skilled development, training, recognition, mentoring, networking and peer support. For data about the 47th Annual IAWP Training Conference in Seattle, check out: http://www.IAWP.us