Women Police: A Study of the Development and Status of the Women Police Movement

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Frederick H. Hitchcock, 1925 - 337 strani

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Stran 93 - Many journalists presented the situation in half comic manner and pictured the woman police officer in caricature as a bony, muscular, masculine person, grasping a revolver, dressed in anything but feminine apparel, hair drawn tightly into a hard little knot at the back of the head, huge unbecoming spectacles, small, stiff, round disfiguring hat, the whole presenting the idea in a most repellent conception and unlovely guise. This...
Stran 105 - That a Council of National Defense is hereby established for the coordination of industries and resources for the national security and welfare, to consist of the Secretary of War, the Secretary of the Navy, the Secretary of the Interior, the Secretary of Agriculture, the Secretary of Commerce, and the Secretary of Labor.
Stran 282 - NB — Do not write on this sheet. Blank sheets will be furnished for the answers to the questions hereon. Number answers to correspond with numbers of questions. Write only on the ruled side of the blank sheets furnished.
Stran 87 - Among the women's organizations actively supporting it are the General Federation of Women's Clubs, the National League of Women Voters, the...
Stran 248 - Policewomen attached to the department shall be under the direct supervision of the Chief of Police as a unit in the department, and, where there is a sufficient number, one of them shall be a ranking officer in the department.
Stran 95 - ... chief of police. The Mayor of Milford, Ohio, a community of some 1,500 inhabitants, in 1914, appointed a woman chief of police, Mrs. Dolly Spencer. At that time gambling conditions were beyond the control of the Mayor. Mrs. Spencer, who was the general adjuster of all kinds of social problems in the small town, went "after the boys and took them out of the gambling joints to her own home.
Stran 137 - ... office administration, one who shall have charge of the bureau of public safety herein provided, and one who shall be a woman and have charge of the woman's division. He shall also appoint such other clerks and assistants as may be necessary. The commissioner shall designate the harbor master...
Stran ii - The duty of the public toward its police force, as the author conceives it, is: .... to provide it with sound leadership; to keep informed as to how the work is being done; to insist that the policeman's welfare — physical, mental, moral — is well looked after; to demand from the force a high grade of performance of duty; to despise and condemn dishonest or any other unworthy conduct in a policeman or one who tempts him; but to be quick, cordial, and generous in perceiving good police work and...
Stran 102 - ... for the organization of a division or bureau or section of the State Department of Health, or other appropriate sub-division of the State Government of those States that will be concerned with the care of civilian persons "whose detention, isolation, quarantine or commitment to institutions may be found necessary for the protection of the military and naval forces of the United States against veneral diseases.
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