Female Chiefs: Sign Of A Trend Or End Of An Era?

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Has law enforcement turned the corner on gender equality or has the number of female police chiefs peaked? USA Today raises that question in a feature on the rise of women in policing. When Detroit chief Ella Bully-Cummings became an officer in 1977, police departments across the nation were hiring more women – often because
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