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The 2014 edition of the Annual Leadership for Women in Law Enforcement will be discussing techniques to promote career development and gender equality within the security cluster. This conference will bring together over 150 women across all law enforcement entities to collaborate on how they can actively support one another in the fight against crime in Africa. An awards ceremony will once again form part of the 2014 conference, where five women will be honoured for their commitment and achievements within law enforcement .Attendees will be privileged to two days of inspirational talks with the third day dedicated to performance leadership workshop.

TOP SPEAKERS AS RATED BY YOU:

Day 1
Cathy L. Lanier; Chief of Police; METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Nomfundo Mogapi; Psychosocial programme manager/clinical psychologist; CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF VIOLENCE AND RECONCILIATION
Adeline Shez; Division: Forensic Services; SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICES
 

Day 2
Nontsikelelo Jonlingana; Acting National Commissioner; CORRECTIONAL SERVICES
Vanessa Lynch; Founder & Executive Director; DNA PROJECT
Nashikuke Mboti; Lieutenant Colonel; NAMIBIAN DEFENCE 

OUTCOMES FROM CHAIR’S REPORT

  • Forensic investigation is not just about hard facts, but one must be mindful of the families involved.
  • One needs to understand the policing in relation to government and that there is a process to be followed, just like all legit organisation
  • Women need to learn  to embrace your authentic self and not your wounded selves to achieve the reliance you expect from yourself
  • Women need to understand that by leaving your wounded self unattended, one only prolongs the journey to success
  • “A real leader serves the truth not people” Zaais van Zyl
  • Cyber crime is not a crime a law enforcers need to be aware of but all people, as these criminals attack all people that actively use their Smart phones social networking for banking and even  downloading upload person information
  • South Africa has been flagged by the FBI as the 6th most vulnerable cybercrime spot in the world
  • Women need to be results originated and need to try shut out the “policies noise” that so often serves as a distraction
  • Women need to become more visible as leaders and also find opportunities  that also advance other women
  • Human security  cannot be achieved by individual efforts but every law enforcement entity working together to achieve the same result

THE OVERALL CONFERENCE WAS RATED AT:
95% EXCELLENT
5% GOOD

ITC RECOGNISING WOMEN IN LAW ENFORCEMENT

Congratulation to this year’s award winners: 

This years awards had not only 5 winners, but  ITC honoured 6 women in law enforcement.

WILE Winners

This year’s winners are:

Community Service

Constable: Queen Sibeko

SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE

Performance And Excellence

Metro Police Officer: Gloria Komane

EMPD

Mentoring  Award

Sergeant: Olga  Masethla

SOUTH AFRICA POLICE SERVICE

Leadership Award

Lieutenant Colonel: Elizabeth Mboti

NAMIBIAN DEFENCE FORCE

Medal Of Heroism

Colonel:  Veeshani  Arukum

SOUTH AFRICA POLICE SERVICE

Medal Of Heroism

Major: Elite Phindi Mabitsela

SOUTH AFRICA POLICE SERVICE

WHAT DELEGATES HAD TO SAY ABOUT THIS YEAR’S CONFERENCE

“Speakers motivated me every time I heard them speak” Provincial Inspector DEPARTMENT OF ROADS AND TRANSPORT

“The motivation I received to stand up and stand out, speakers inspired me to make a difference” Assistant Superintended , MATJABEN TRAFFIC TRAINING ACADEMY

“ Presentation inspired me to looks at my own self improvement and to not subordinate myself”
Provincial Inspector, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT

“The professionalism of ITC staff, and the motivated speakers made is what drives this conference” Major,SAPS

“This conference has taught me to always stay true to yourself” Law enforcement Officer, SAFETY AND SECURITY LAW ENFORCEMENT CPT

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