The Old Police Cells Museum addresses the history of women in policing, particularly in Sussex. Hazel Lane talks about her experiences as one of the first women in the traffic division. Jacqui Jenkins examines the journey of women in policing, from pioneers who only dealt with women's issues and had to pay for their own uniforms up to today's gender-equal workforce.
A History of Women in Policing
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Lane, H., & Jenkins, J. (Practitioners). (2017). A history of women in policing [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473963979
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