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The first women who joined the Met 100 years ago needed to be strong. They were the pioneers. For today's women officers 'strong' takes many forms. Read the stories of these incredible women.
Mentor for disadvantaged girls.
Recruiting the next generation of firearm officers.
Met's longest serving female police officer.
Safeguarding partnership lead, Islington & Camden.
Oversees policing in South West London.
First female Commander.
The Met’s first black female police officer.
First female CID officer.
Leader of the first women patrols.
First female Commissioner of the Met.
Find out more about careers in the Met and apply.