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World Institute for Nuclear Security invites you to their webinar

Webinar on Gender and Nuclear Security / Women in Armed Policing

About this webinar

WINS wishes to encourage women to consider a career in areas of nuclear security where they are not necessarily well represented including law enforcement, guarding and response force roles in the context of the civil nuclear sector.

The purpose of the webinar is to discuss the importance of a diverse and inclusive sector for the armed policing services and the importance of the role of women in armed policing.

The webinar will be facilitated by Rhonda Evans, Lead for the WINS Gender Champions Programme. Our special guests for the webinar are:

Simon Chesterman, Chief Constable of the CNC and National Police Chiefs’ Council National Lead on armed policing;

Chief Superintendent Duncan Worsell, MBE who will reflect on the first Women in Armed Policing Conference held in the UK in 2019;

Louise Harrison, Assistant Chief Constable, CNC, an advocate for women and visible minorities in policing, and the highest-ranking female police officer within UK CNC;

Donna Jones, Superintendent, CNC, an advocate for women and LGBT people in policing, and an active member of Women in Nuclear UK (WiN).

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    Rhonda Evans Head of Engagement and Sustainability @ WINS

    Rhonda Evans brings over 20 years of international and national experience in the field of nuclear safety and nuclear security to her position with WINS. Before joining WINS in August 2017, she served as a senior nuclear security officer at the IAEA in the Division of Nuclear Security.

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    World Institute For Nuclear Security

    The leaders in knowledge exchange and certification for nuclear security management.

World Institute for Nuclear Security

The leaders in knowledge exchange and certification for nuclear security management.