BOSTON — The Executive Board of the Massachusetts Association of Women in Law Enforcement (MAWLE) are excited to announce the launch of the organization’s new website.
The new site features an easily accessible design, with multiple user-friendly feature, information about the Association, and what it means to be a woman in law enforcement.
The site now offers a membership page where users can sign-up for a membership, and obtain access to private forums, and interface with a variety of members and women in the field. By asking questions and talking about experiences, women from across Massachusetts can connect through the site.
Users can now apply for awards and scholarships directly on the site. MAWLE offers high school seniors who plan to pursue a degree in law enforcement a chance to win a scholarship. Users can also nominate a woman in the law enforcement field who goes above and beyond to help keep the public safe in areas such as leadership, performance, mentoring, courage, civilian achievement, and community service.
“At MAWLE we are committed to being a vibrant and diverse organization that represents women in all areas of law enforcement,” said Cleary. “I believe this new website surpasses our standards of professionalism and excellence, creating a place where everyone can visit, contribute and learn more about the importance of women in law enforcement.”
The Massachusetts Association of Women in Law Enforcement website was created by John Guilfoil Public Relations, LLC.