Minneapolis, MN — Imagine a safer world with more women in law enforcement. At Smith Baker, we’re bringing people together to make this vision a reality. 

Studies show that female officers use less force, have fewer complaints, and are more trusted by communities. They also achieve better outcomes for crime victims, especially in sexual assault cases, and make fewer discretionary arrests. To inspire and encourage more women to join this vital field, Smith Baker, a leading executive coaching and strategic consulting firm, is proud to announce, ‘Shaping the Future: Women’s Role in Law Enforcement.’ 

The event is scheduled to take place on May 8th, 2024, at the Medtronic Club, U.S. Bank Stadium. 

Secure your tickets at bit.ly/shapingthefuture2024  

Hosted by Chanda Smith Baker, a nationally respected CEO, philanthropist, and community leader, this event will feature esteemed panelists: Alice White, Assistant Police Chief of Golden Valley; Deborah Montgomery (Retired), Assistant Chief of Police of Saint Paul; and Kris Arneson (Retired), Assistant Chief of Police of Minneapolis. They will share insights, strategies, and best practices for recruiting and retaining women in law enforcement. 

“Diversity is essential for effective community policing, and we’re committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive pathway to making a difference,” said Chanda Smith Baker, the founder of Smith Baker. 

The event is ideal for law enforcement professionals and aspirants, leaders, decision-makers, philanthropists, community activists, and listeners of the acclaimed ‘Conversations with Chanda’ podcast. 

Come join to learn, engage, and contribute to shaping the future of women in law enforcement. 

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