Young Women Sought to Explore a Career in Law Enforcement

Are you a rising 10th through 12th grade female in Fairfax County who hasn’t yet decided on a career path? If so, we invite you to consider attending a week-long class this summer. Discover your potential to become the future of women leaders in law enforcement!

A select group of young girls will learn first-hand about core police functions, such as working in patrol, K9 and crime scene investigations. They will also discover the importance of having leadership skills. The girls will meet today’s women leaders in law enforcement in Fairfax County and explore what it takes to become a police officer.

This unique opportunity is free and available to all rising 10th through 12th grade girls. To be selected, you must complete and submit an application and medical form by June 25, 2014. Applicants will then receive either an acceptance letter or a notification that they’ve been placed on a wait list.

This class will be held Monday, August 11th through Saturday, August 16th at the Gatehouse Administration Building, located at 8115 Gatehouse Road in Falls Church. Participants are expected to attend the entire session.

For additional information, please call 703-280-0713 or email

Please visit our website to download an application and medical form.


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