Women in Policing

Women in Policing - great opportunities for women

We are always looking for women to join our diverse team. If you are up for a new challenge or looking for an organisation that can offer you choices, you should consider joining the WA Police.

With WA Police, you work in a dynamic environment supported by a range of benefits to help provide a healthy work-life balance. We are also focused on leadership development and offer a range of mentoring and development opportunities that will enable you to grow, both personally and professionally.

WA Police offers great career opportunities for women, whether you’re:

  • seeking a new career path;
  • wanting a career change;
  • looking to return to the workforce as a mum.

There are a number of entry pathways available, including Recruit or Police Auxiliary Officer.

To find out more, read some of the diverse careers of women in the WA Police below.

Interested? What are you waiting for? Apply now!

Michelle Fyfe APM

thumbnail michelle fyfe Many women might see policing as a predominantly male profession, I have never felt that. I know women are every bit as...

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Kellie Properjohn APM

thumbnail kellie properjohn I joined WA Police as a Cadet in 1986 and have worked in a wide variety of roles and locations during my career. After gaining...

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Denise Powell

thumbnail denise powell I joined the WA Police in 1994 after completing an Associate Diploma of Police Studies at Edith Cowan University whilst...

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Nikki Houston

thumbnail nikki houston I have always had a love of the water and the marine environment has been a large part of my life ever since I spent many...

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