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The 58th International Association of Women Police Training Conference

6 – 11 November 2021

Labuan Bajo, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia

(Hybrid Conference)


Women at The Center Stage of Policing

THE EVENT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FROM 5-9 SEPTEMBER 2021 TO 6-11 NOVEMBER 2021

THANK YOU FOR YOUR DEEP UNDERSTANDING AND ENDLESS SUPPORT TO THIS EVENT

Date
6 – 11 November 2021
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Welcome to

The 58th International Association of Women Police Training Conference

6 – 11 November 2021

Labuan Bajo, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia

(Hybrid Conference)

THE EVENT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FROM 5-9 SEPTEMBER 2021 TO 6-11 NOVEMBER 2021

THANK YOU FOR YOUR DEEP UNDERSTANDING AND ENDLESS SUPPORT TO THIS EVENT

Date
6 – 11 November 2021
Register

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KEY NOTES SPEAKERS & SPEAKERS

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  • Prof. Drs. H. Muhammad Tito Karnavian, M.A., Ph.D.

    Indonesia

  • Retno Marsudi

    Indonesia

  • Sri Mulyani Indrawati, S.E., M.Sc., Ph.D

    Indonesia

  • To be announced

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  • To be announced

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SPEAKERS

Marie-Josee McCool, Professional Ethics Advisor

Canada

“Sharing Active Resilience Skills in Supportive Relationships to Overcome Adversity”
(Women, Peace and Security)

Julia Jeager, First Vice President IAWP

United Kingdoms

“How to Write Successful IAWP Award Nominations”
(Women and Their Challenges)

Jane Townsly, Retired chief inspector/Executive Director of IAWP

United Kingdoms

“The Link Between Gender Responsive Policing and an Effective Police Response to Gender-Based Violence.”
(The Role of Women and Policing)

Ellie Bird Lenawarungu, Director Amuka Limited - Retired Chief Superintendent

Kenya

“Understanding the Complexity of The Problem”
(Women Peace and Security)


Jane Townsly, Retired chief inspector/Executive Director of IAWP

United Kingdoms






Ellie Bird Lenawarungu, Director Amuka Limited - Retired Chief Superintendent

Kenya

“Gender Agenda International-Developing a strategic framework to Maximize the Role of Women in Policing”
(The Role of Women in Policing)

Julia Craddock, Inspector - Strategic Management Office, Halton Regional Police Service

Canada

“Finding Success Outside the Comfort Zone: Police Women in Tech”
(Science, Technology and Policing)

Jane Boissonneault, Advisor NCO - International Peace Operations, Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Canada

Canada

“Canadian Women Police Officers in International Peacekeeping Missions”
(Women, Peace and Security)

Rebecca Swan, Athletic Therapist in Vancouver Police Department, Canada

Canada

“Three steps to reducing and preventing pain related to wearing personal protective equipment”
(Police Women and Their Challenges)

Samara Bilmer, Professional Responsibility Unit (as an Acting Sergeant), Upper Fraser Valley Regional Detachment

Canada

“Collaboration, Risk Assessments and Education to Reduce Intimate Partner Violence in our Communities”
(The Role of Women in Policing)

Simone Butcher, Airport Commander, Melbourne Airport

Krissy Barret, Commander Aviation, Protection Operations Australian Federal Police

Australia

“The Changing Faces of Counter Terrorism First Responders: The Impact Women Are Having on Policing Australian Airports”
(Current Issues on Transnational Crime)


Irina D'Almeida, Senior Gender Advisor

Melissa Jardine, Regional Research Lead INTERPOL

INTERPOL Singapore

“Women in Law Enforcement Leadership in ASEAN”
(Women and Leaderships)

Shahala Pervin, Assistant Inspector General (AIG) PHQ, Bangladesh Police

Bangladesh

“Barriers of Women Leadership in Bangladesh Police Administration (Yes, We Can)”
(Police Women and Their Challenges)

Lisa Schmitter, Licensed Professional Counselor

USA

“Self-Care to avoid Vicarious Trauma, Burn-out and Post-Traumatic Stress”
(The Role of Women in Policing)

Longe Grace, Director of Research, Policy & Planning, National Institute of Police Studies, Abuja Nigeria Police Force

Nigeria

“Women in Public Order Management: The Nigeria Police Force Experience”
(Women, Peace, and Security)

Jaimie Leigh Bergman, Detective - Family Protection Team, New Zealand Police

New Zealand

“The Power and Benefits of Holistic Health”
(Police Women and Their Challenges)

Barbra L Torgusen

USA

“Violence against Vulnerable Elders during and after Disasters: Natural or Human Caused.”
(The Role of Women in Policing)

Kyla Kirkpatrick, Drive Programme Director, Drive Project, England

United Kingdoms

“The Drive Project”
(Women, Peace and Security)

Kateryna Pavlichenko, Chair of Board of Ukrainian Association on Women in Law Enforcement (UAWLE)

Ukraine

“Combating Domestic Violence amid the Challenges of COVID 19 Pandemic / Ukraine's Experience”
(Police Women and Their Challenges)

Ir. Muhammad Nuh

Al-Azhar, M.Sc.

“Scientific Investigation in Against Cyber Crime”
Science, technology and policing

Prof. Drs. Adrianus Eliasta Sembiring Meliala, M.Si, M.Sc.

“Women's Involvement in Various Kinds of Trans-National Crime in Indonesia”

Superintendent Umbelina dos Santos Soares, Policia Nacionale de Timor Leste

“Police Women and their Challenge”

Dato’ Surina Saad, Deputy Commissioner Police (DCP) Chief Police Officer of Perlis, Royal Malaysia Police (RMP)

Malaysia

“Transnational Crimes: Issues And Challenges From The Perspective Of Royal Malaysia Police”

During the Board of Director Meeting held in Quito, Equador, March 2019, Indonesia has won the bidding to host the International Assosication of Women Police Conference 2021. It is a great honor for Indonesia to host the event since for the very first time IAWP conference will take place in Asia Continent.

The theme of the auspicious conference is “Women at The Center Stage of Policing”. More than 70 speakers and experts from all over the world will be attending this conference. IAWP conference is a platform to encourage the role of law enforcement women from various countries who have dedicated their lives to maintain security and public order.

During IAWP 2021 Conference in Indonesia, the participants will also be indulged with various Indonesian cultural diversity programs and professionalism ability demonstration of Indonesian Police Women.

I am Ida Oetari, IAWP 2021 Committees Chair Person, invite you to attend the IAWP Annual Conference 2021 and enjoy the beauty of nature and traditional Indonesian culture.

Police Brigadier General Ida Oetari Poernamasasi, Conference Director

During the Board of Director Meeting held in Quito, Equador, March 2019, Indonesia has won the bidding to host the International Assosication of Women Police Conference 2021. It is a great honor for Indonesia to host the event since for the very first time IAWP conference will take place in Asia Continent.

The theme of the auspicious conference is “Women at The Center Stage of Policing”. More than 70 speakers and experts from all over the world will be attending this conference. IAWP conference is a platform to encourage the role of law enforcement women from various countries who have dedicated their lives to maintain security and public order.

During IAWP 2021 Conference in Indonesia, the participants will also be indulged with various Indonesian cultural diversity programs and professionalism ability demonstration of Indonesian Police Women.

I am Ida Oetari, IAWP 2021 Committees Chair Person, invite you to attend the IAWP Annual Conference 2021 and enjoy the beauty of nature and traditional Indonesian culture.

Police Brigadier General Ida Oetari Poernamasasi, Conference Director

Program

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Parade of Nation

Around Inaya Bay Komodo Hotel

Opening Ceremony

Ballroom Inaya Bay

Heritage Awards Recognition

Ballroom Inaya Bay

Annual Awards Programme 2020/2021 (Luncheon and Virtual)

Ballroom Inaya Bay

Welcome Dinner

Puncak Waringin

Keynotes Speaker

Inaya Bay

Trainning Session

Inaya Bay

City Tour

Batu Cermin

Keynotes Speaker

Inaya Bay

Trainning Sessions

Inaya Bay

Keynotes Speaker

Inaya Bay

Training Session

Inaya Bay

Gala Dinner

Sudamala Hotel

Komodo National Park Tour

Padar Island, Komodo Island, Rinca Island, Pink Beach

Venue

INAYA BAY KOMODO

address

Jalan Soekarno Hatta Labuan Bajo
+62 274 488-488
6.5 km from Downtown

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About Labuan Bajo
Labuan Bajo is one of small town in Indonesia, so calm and beautiful. The town is the gateway into the charm of Flores to complete travel from the west. However, if only want to enjoy the Varanus Komodoensis, which has been determined to be one of the World's Seven Wonders of Nature, in its natural habitat. Labuan Bajo is an important starting point and the only one of the most convenient and comfortable. Located on the western tip of Flores, Labuan Bajo is a small town that very recommended to explore exotica Flores started Varanus Komodoensis, Komodo National Park with the beauty underwater life on the western tip of Flores, until Hunting Whales tradition in Lembata, at the eastern tip of Nusa Nipa (Snake Island) Flores. The last decade, Labuan Bajo can be said a small town. Some even say Labuan Bajo is a big village or regency that was wriggling build to grow into a city. Become a tourism city for a period not too far away.
Tourism
The pink beach on Komodo Island in Indonesia has become famous for its light reddish sand color and turquoise water, and the good news is that it’s also pretty easy to visit on a day trip
Tourism
Rinca Island, Komodo Island and Padar Island are the main islands of Komodo National Park. Famous for some of the world's best dive sites and their popular inhabitant
Tourism
Padar is mostly savannah-covered, surreal landscape fringed by bright green-capped mountains of fairy-tale shapes
Tourism
Wae Rebo is a small, very out of the way village. Situated on around 1,100 meters above sea level and approximately 3 - 4 hour travel by foot from Denge Village. Wae Rebo is completely surrounded b...
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Batu Cermin cave is set within an impressive prominent rock formation near Labuan Bajo. Through a hole in the cave, rays of light find their way into the cave’s inside walls where they perform a ...
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Sunday 08 March 2020, 19:16
Police Brigadier General Ida Oetari: IAWP Conference Becomes...
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Sunday 29 September 2019, 00:00
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Thursday 26 September 2019, 00:00
Indonesia Hosts the First World Women's International Police...
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