Oklahoma Women in Public Safety Symposium

Oklahoma Women in Public Safety Symposium


Posted on: January 11th, 2024   Topic: OSA News OSA News & Announcements
Mark your calendar for a symposium and the first-ever statewide gathering of what is preliminarily being calling “Oklahoma Women in Public Safety” (or OKWIPS), including but not limited to police, firefighters, deputies, troopers, marshals, investigators, dispatchers, emergency medical, corrections, parole, military police/fire, etc.
Wednesday, February 28, 2024 
10:30 am to 1:30 pm
(10:30 am check-in; program starts at 11:00 am)
Moore-Norman Technology Center
13301 S Pennsylvania Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73170
PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT IS FOR WOMEN 18+ ONLY.
This event includes lunch, networking, and two speakers:
  • Calm Waters CEO Erin Engelke on Public Safety & Shift Worker Strategies for Coping with “Mom Guilt.”
  • Oklahoma City Police Department Capt. Michelle Henderson on Recognizing and Responding to Domestic Abuse in Coworkers and the Community You Serve.
Event details at okwips.org.  REGISTER NOW ($25) at https://buytickets.at/okwips/1110325!
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Wed. Feb. 21.

The $25 registration fee goes to cover the seated luncheon and other event expenses not covered by donations or sponsorships. Any leftover funds will go toward a new OKWIPS association/nonprofit organization that might grow out of this event.

Hope you can make it, and please help spread the word to other Oklahoma Women in Public Safety!
Oklahoma Women in Public Safety
NOTE:  “Oklahoma Women in Public Safety” is the preliminary name of a new organization it is hoped will develop from this first-ever statewide meeting of Oklahoma public safety professional women. During this “birthing” process, OKWIPS is being operated under the umbrella of Tulsa Metro Women on Fire, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit through which Tulsa-area female firefighters raise money in support of charitable causes.

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