What Changes As Women Rise Through Law Enforcement's Ranks

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Jane Castor, chief of police, City of Tampa Police Department
Dorothy Schulz, author, Breaking the Brass Ceiling
Cathy Lanier, chief of police, Metropolitan Police Department

President Barack Obama named Julia Pierson as the head of the Secret Service, the first female director in the agency's history. At least one woman is said to be on the shortlist for FBI director. Women are also climbing the ranks on local police forces as well.

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