The integration of women into law enforcement positions can be considered a large social change. A century ago, there were few jobs open to women in law enforcement. A small number of women worked as correctional officers, and their The first woman to be appointed a police officer with full powers of arrest was Edith.
Women in law enforcement in the United States represent roughly a tenth of all law enforcement officers in the United States. Employed largely as prison matrons in the 19th century, women took on more There is a preponderance of female detectives in popular television representations, who historically have been highly.