pioneer women in criminal justice

U.S. Park Police BadgePioneer Women in Criminal Justice

Breaking the ‘Brass Ceiling’
2:00 pm March 29, 2015
Workhouse Theatre

It has taken women many years to achieve equity within police and correction departments nationwide. Hear a group of exceptional women
describe their experiences progressing within the criminal justice system.

Panelists
Teresa Chambers, retired Chief of the U.S. Park Police, Washington, DCFairfax County Police Badge
Suzanne Devlin, former Acting Chief, Fairfax County, VA Police Department
Edtythe Joppy, retired Lieutenant, Arlington County, VA Sheriff’s Department
Stacey Kincaid, Sheriff, Fairfax County, Virginia

Moderator
Theresa Lantz, retired Commissioner, Connecticut Department of Corrections who began her career with the DC Department of Corrections

This Women’s History Month program is presented by the Workhouse Museum and History Committee, a standing committee of the Workhouse Arts Foundation. The Committee is responsible for the Workhouse
Prison Museum in Building W-9 which provides information about the
history of the D.C. Correctional Facility at Lorton as well as presenting an
annual lecture series and special programs throughout the year.

Tax deductible donations to the
Workhouse Prison Museum at Lorton
are gratefully accepted. Checks may be made out to:Fairfax County Sheriff's Badge
Workhouse Arts Foundation/Workhouse Museum
9517 Workhouse Way
Lorton, VA 22079

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