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Atlantic Women in Law Enforcement Membership
Qualification for Membership:(1) Active Members - To be eligible to become an Active Member, a person must be either:
(i) a currently employed law enforcement officer having peace officer status; or
(ii) a retired law enforcement officer who had peace officer status while employed.
(2) Associate Members - To be eligible to become an Associate Member, a person must have such training, experience or other professional attainments in the law enforcement or related fields as may be determined by the Board from time to time.
AWLE Membership FeesOur membership fees have not increased and remain at:
2017 Membership is now closed and we are accepting membership for the 2018 year.
Please make your cheques payable to 'AWLE'
DID YOU KNOW...Membership has it's benefits!!!
Your $25.00 membership entitles you to receive:
Rights of Active MembersEach Active Member shall, provided the member is a Member in Good Standing, be entitled to:
(a) receive notice of and to attend meetings of Members;
(b) (i) vote at meetings of Members (every Active Member in Good Standing having one vote except for the purpose of electing directors which shall be governed by the provisions of section 4.03 hereof);
(ii) an Active Member in Good Standing who is unable to attend the Annual General Meeting, held during the Annual Conference, may vote on motions by a signed proxy, by either:
a. assigning another AWLE Member the right to vote; or
b. by indicating 3 weeks in advance to the AWLE President their voting intentions;
(c) receive a copy of the official publication of the Corporation (AWLE Newsletter - "The Notebook"); and
(d) hold office.
Rights of Associate MembersEach Associate Member shall, provided the person is a Member in Good Standing, be entitled to:
(a) receive notice of and attend meetings of Members; and
(b) receive a copy of the official publication of the Corporation (AWLE Newsletter - "The Notebook").
An Associate Member shall not:
(a) be entitled to vote at meetings of Members;
(b) shall not put forth amendments; nor
(c) hold office.