Advancing the part of ladies in Policing in Southern East European countries
After the initial steps taken because of the Southeast Europe Police Chief Association (SEPCA) to ascertain a ladies cops system (WPON) in SEE, SEESAC developed the task “Support for Gender Mainstreaming in Policing Practice in Southern East Europe”, the utilization of which started in June 2010. The purpose of this task is to help in the setting-up regarding the community by prov >women police officers in your community. Its envisioned that the WPON may also come to act as a body that is advisory the region’s police services on things linked to gender and policing. The task supports the introduction of appropriate sex gu and policy >women police officers.
The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia about WPON The Women Police Officers Network (WPON) in South East Europe was established on 26th November 2010 under the umbrella of the South East Europe Police Chiefs Association (SEPCA) in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, by representatives of 9 police services in SEE: Albania, BiH-Federation, BiH-Republika Srpska, Bulgaria, Croatia, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia