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Exhibition 1917 
Policing in Australia Since 1788 - In the Line of Duty
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Women join Western Australia Police Force

WA 1917
Western Australia Police and WA Police Historical Society

It was during the WWI that women were first introduced into the ranks of the Police Force in Western Australia. The first two Women Constables were Mrs H Dugdale and Miss L. Chipper. The women were appointed with the object of safekeeping the moral welfare of women and children, particularly of girls between the ages of 15 and 21 years. They worked in plain-clothes and were instructed to patrol parks, places of entertainment and other areas where women and children were to be found. A break-through for women of that era was that they received the same wages as their male counterparts. Their duties widened over the years, but they remained as a single unit, and if they were to marry were discharged from the Force.

Commonwealth Police badge 1917
Forms of Information: Criminal, Police, Licensing and other Acts 1917
Poison Shells
Queensland Commissioner of Police F C Urquhart 19171921
South Australia Police Bicycle Patrol
Tasmania Police Force Kings medal (George V) 1917
The Commonwealth Police Force