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MSWLEA
P.O. Box 1081
Oxford, MS 38655

Our mission is to bring together men and women to strengthen, unite and raise the profile of women in law enforcement.

ABOUT THE MSWLEA

We envision women leading by being examples of excellence among not only the workplace, but the community as well.

Our mission is to bring together men and women to strengthen, unite and raise the profile of women in law enforcement.

We are dedicated to professional development for lifelong learning to gain the skills to excel in this profession.

We will develop recruitment programs to attract qualified female candidates to careers in criminal justice.

We will provide mentoring to encourage women to enter and remain in the field of law enforcement.

This organization will provide a support system of individuals, groups and services to accomplish our mission and goals, and to provide peer support when needed.

We will demonstrate support for community service programs and give back to the community.


 

 

University of Mississippi Police Chief Calvin Sellers congratulates Peggie 'Jane' Tutor on being promoted to detective lieutenant for the campus police force. UM photo by Kevin Bain.

Story: When University of Mississippi police chief Calvin Sellers pinned captainís bars on detective Lt. Peggie ĒJaneĒ Tutorís uniform, she not only received a promotion but also became the universityís first female to lead campus investigations. (September 2010) Tutor, who joined the campus police force in July 2003, graduated from the Mississippi Law Enforcement Training Academy in November of that year. She became detective sergeant in Sept. 2006 and detective lieutenant in Oct. 2008. A native of Toccopola, Tutor holds a bachelorís degree in political science with an emphasis in criminal justice from Ole Miss, where she is working on her masterís degree in criminal justice.