United States Marshals Service
WIFLE signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the United States Marshals Service (USMS) to solidify an understanding that the USMS affirmative employment program is a vehicle to provide for the development and implementation of an open dialogue between the USMS and WIFLE. The one important goal of the affirmative employment program is to ensure that the USMS reflects the demographic make-up of the applicable civilian labor force for the population of women.
The USMS will coordinate WIFLE's "Recruitment Fair" held in conjunction with the leadership training. For more information, please contact Katrina Queen, USMS at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. June Werdlow Rogers
Regular Contributor to WIFLE Quarterly Newsletter
DEA Special Agent in Charge (retired) June Werdlow Rogers (formerly June W. Stansbury) holds a Ph.D. in Criminal Justice and Criminology earned at the University of Maryland. She has 28 years of law enforcement experience from 3 different agencies including the Detroit Police Department and Central Michigan University's Department of Public Safety.
Dr. Werdlow Rogers is the Author of Becoming Ethically Marketable: A Guide for Criminal Justice Majors and Recruits (available from www.staggspublishing.com). She also was a contributing author in the book Police Psychology into the 21st Century (Kurke and Scrivner) writing Chapter 11 on Counseling and Diversity Issues (available through www.amazon.com). Dr. Werdlow Rogers' newest book CRACKING THE CODE: Surviving & Thriving in the Man's Double Standard World is pending publication by Cable Publishing (www.cablepublishing.com). Other articles written by Dr. Werdlow Rogers may be accessed at www.opednews.com. Dr. Werdlow Rogers has been a speaker on numerous occasions among diverse audiences, including national professional conferences, colleges and universities, and at numerous training seminars. She has made public appearances on television and radio, and is heavily quoted in printed media accessible on the Internet.
N A W L E E
The National Association of Women Law Enforcement Executives (NAWLEE) is the first organization
established to address the unique needs of women holding senior management positions in law
enforcement. NAWLEE is a non-profit organization sponsored and administered directly by law
enforcement practitioners. Our mission is to serve and further the interests of women executives
and those who aspire to be executives in law enforcement.
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Each year, Walmart and WIFLE team up for the annual WIFLE-WALMART Leadership Award. Go to the websites for the annual Leadership Conferences at www.wifle.org to view the award criteria and see the recipients of this prestigious award.
Visit the link above for law enforcement positions open in Walmart.
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