Thoughts on Women Law Enforcement Officers from Maureen McGough

Maureen McGough shared data and findings during the panel discussion, Building a Culture of Inclusion in Policing: A Case for 30×30. Here’s just one of her great insights.

“Research indicates women officers are perceived by the public as being more honest and compassionate.”

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