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    • Girl Power: Female Cops Across the World
    • Girl Power: Female Cops Across the World
    • Girl Power: Female Cops Across the World
    • Girl Power: Female Cops Across the World
    • Girl Power: Female Cops Across the World
    • Girl Power: Female Cops Across the World
    • Girl Power: Female Cops Across the World
    • Girl Power: Female Cops Across the World
    • Girl Power: Female Cops Across the World
    • Girl Power: Female Cops Across the World
    • Girl Power: Female Cops Across the World
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    A police officer and her police dog stand to attention at the Metropolitan Police Service Passing Out Parade to mark the graduation of 182 new recruits from the Metropolitan Police Academy, at Hendon, northwest London on November 3, 2017.

    Sputnik offers a photo-gallery of policewomen on duty from around the world, from Pyongyang to Sri Lanka, who keep the peace in their countries.

    Nottinghamshire police in the UK will open "crying rooms" and provide extra desk fans for female officers. While police units from other countries haven't yet adopted any special rules for their female members, the women in law enforcement are indeed the pearls of law and order.

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