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WLLE of LAC’s Mission

Our mission is to mentor, support and inspire the future of law enforcement. The Los Angeles County Chapter of WLLE is proud and excited to represent everyone in the law enforcement profession, both women and men, sworn and professional staff.We are fortunate to have the support of many local chiefs of police, and our membership base encompasses officers, dispatchers, records supervisors, administrative aids, and CSO’s to name a just a few, all at different levels of their career.We join together for our bi-monthly lunch/training sessions to network, support and inspire each other. We are committed to developing the future leaders of the noble profession of law enforcement.

Mentoring

Members share experiences and knowledge with each other to help mentor other members as they progress in their professional development.

Supporting

Through our organization, members are supported by each other as they pursue their personal and professional goals.

Inspiring

Frequent meetings and networking opportunities afford members the opportunity to connect with other leaders in the profession.

Professionals

Whether you are a male or female officer, sworn or non-sworn employee, our organization is for all members of law enforcement.


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🎀 Early detection of breast cancer saves lives.

🎀 1 in 8 women in the U.S. will develop breast cancer in their lifetime.

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Congratulations to Commissioner Amanda Ray!

Reposted from @californiahighwaypatrol Today, after over 38 years with the California Highway Patrol, Commissioner Warren Stanley has announced his retirement effective November 17, 2020. He has expressed his gratitude to Governor Newsom, and his staff, for the years of partnership and support. He would also like to thank the public for the opportunity to serve you all. Finally, he would like to congratulate Deputy Commissioner Amanda Ray on her appointment to Commissioner on November 17, 2020.

Deputy Commissioner Ray has been a pioneer for women in law enforcement as the first female in the CHP’s 91-year history to hold the position of Commissioner for the nation’s largest state police agency. Throughout her career, she has actively engaged with the communities she serves, seeking every opportunity to participate in outreach events, and active involvement in departmental programs to provide the highest level of Safety, Service, and Security to the people of California.
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Congratulations to Commissioner Amanda Ray!Reposted from @californiahighwaypatrol Today, after over 38 years with the California Highway Patrol, Commissioner Warren Stanley has announced his retirement effective November 17, 2020. He has expressed his gratitude to Governor Newsom, and his staff, for the years of partnership and support.  He would also like to thank the public for the opportunity to serve you all.  Finally, he would like to congratulate Deputy Commissioner Amanda Ray on her appointment to Commissioner on November 17, 2020.Deputy Commissioner Ray has been a pioneer for women in law enforcement as the first female in the CHP’s 91-year history to hold the position of Commissioner for the nation’s largest state police agency.  Throughout her career, she has actively engaged with the communities she serves, seeking every opportunity to participate in outreach events, and active involvement in departmental programs to provide the highest level of Safety, Service, and Security to the people of California.

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Women Leaders In Law Enforcement - Los Angeles

It's #NationalThankAPoliceOfficerDay!

On this day, WLLEofLAC would like to thank the individual men and women who work hard to keep our communities safe day in and day out.

Thank You!

#police #thankyou #Cops #lawenforcement #wlleoflac #tellapoliceofficerthankyouday
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Its #NationalThankAPoliceOfficerDay!On this day, WLLEofLAC would like to thank the individual men and women who work hard to keep our communities safe day in and day out.Thank You!#police #thankyou #cops #lawenforcement #WLLEOFLAC #TellAPoliceOfficerThankYouDay

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WLLE of LAC’s Mission

Our mission is to mentor, support and inspire the future of law enforcement. The Los Angeles County Chapter of WLLE is proud and excited to represent everyone in the law enforcement profession, both women and men, sworn and professional staff.We are fortunate to have the support of many local chiefs of police, and our membership base encompasses officers, dispatchers, records supervisors, administrative aids, and CSO’s to name a just a few, all at different levels of their career.We join together for our bi-monthly lunch/training sessions to network, support and inspire each other. We are committed to developing the future leaders of the noble profession of law enforcement.

Mentoring

Members share experiences and knowledge with each other to help mentor other members as they progress in their professional development.

Supporting

Through our organization, members are supported by each other as they pursue their personal and professional goals.

Inspiring

Frequent meetings and networking opportunities afford members the opportunity to connect with other leaders in the profession.

Professionals

Whether you are a male or female officer, sworn or non-sworn employee, our organization is for all members of law enforcement.


Upcoming Events


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Latest Posts

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🎀 Early detection of breast cancer saves lives.

🎀 1 in 8 women in the U.S. will develop breast cancer in their lifetime.

🎀 Don’t forget to schedule your mammograms.

#BreastCancerAwarenessMonth #breastcancerawareness #mammogramssavelives
#WLLEOFLAC
... See MoreSee Less

🎀 Early detection of breast cancer saves lives.🎀 1 in 8 women in the U.S. will develop breast cancer in their lifetime.🎀 Don’t forget to schedule your mammograms.#BreastCancerAwarenessMonth #breastcancerawareness #mammogramssavelives
#WLLEOFLAC

Congratulations to Commissioner Amanda Ray!

Reposted from @californiahighwaypatrol Today, after over 38 years with the California Highway Patrol, Commissioner Warren Stanley has announced his retirement effective November 17, 2020. He has expressed his gratitude to Governor Newsom, and his staff, for the years of partnership and support. He would also like to thank the public for the opportunity to serve you all. Finally, he would like to congratulate Deputy Commissioner Amanda Ray on her appointment to Commissioner on November 17, 2020.

Deputy Commissioner Ray has been a pioneer for women in law enforcement as the first female in the CHP’s 91-year history to hold the position of Commissioner for the nation’s largest state police agency. Throughout her career, she has actively engaged with the communities she serves, seeking every opportunity to participate in outreach events, and active involvement in departmental programs to provide the highest level of Safety, Service, and Security to the people of California.
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Congratulations to Commissioner Amanda Ray!Reposted from @californiahighwaypatrol Today, after over 38 years with the California Highway Patrol, Commissioner Warren Stanley has announced his retirement effective November 17, 2020. He has expressed his gratitude to Governor Newsom, and his staff, for the years of partnership and support.  He would also like to thank the public for the opportunity to serve you all.  Finally, he would like to congratulate Deputy Commissioner Amanda Ray on her appointment to Commissioner on November 17, 2020.Deputy Commissioner Ray has been a pioneer for women in law enforcement as the first female in the CHP’s 91-year history to hold the position of Commissioner for the nation’s largest state police agency.  Throughout her career, she has actively engaged with the communities she serves, seeking every opportunity to participate in outreach events, and active involvement in departmental programs to provide the highest level of Safety, Service, and Security to the people of California.

1 month ago

Women Leaders In Law Enforcement - Los Angeles

It's #NationalThankAPoliceOfficerDay!

On this day, WLLEofLAC would like to thank the individual men and women who work hard to keep our communities safe day in and day out.

Thank You!

#police #thankyou #Cops #lawenforcement #wlleoflac #tellapoliceofficerthankyouday
... See MoreSee Less

Its #NationalThankAPoliceOfficerDay!On this day, WLLEofLAC would like to thank the individual men and women who work hard to keep our communities safe day in and day out.Thank You!#police #thankyou #cops #lawenforcement #WLLEOFLAC #TellAPoliceOfficerThankYouDay

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2019-2020
Board Members

Cheryl Moody

President


Marjory Jacobs

Vice-President


Nancy Miranda

Secretary


Rebecca Rodriquez

Member at Large


Monica Ridley

Member at Large


Hollie Savage

Member at Large