Survey Finds Dearth of Women in Federal Law Enforcement

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Despite expanding rapidly over the past two decades, federal law enforcement agencies remain almost as male-dominated as they were during the Clinton administration, according to a Politico survey. In 1996, women held about 14 percent of the country’s federal law enforcement jobs; today, they represent just 15 percent. From Customs and Border Protection to the Secret Service, males dominate the . . .

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