Pregnancy Resources:



Womens Economic Security Act Information and Statutes    Enacted July 1, 2014

Source: http://www.dli.mn.gov/wesa.asp

Statute:  https://www.revisor.mn.gov/laws/?id=239&year=2014&type=0


Department of Labor Pregnancy Accomodation information

Source: http://www.dli.mn.gov/ls/FaqWesa.asp

Pregnancy Accomodation Frequently Asked Questions:





















Articles:

Police One: The Evolution of Women In Law Enforcement

http://www.policeone.com/police-history/articles/8634189-Police-History-The-evolution-of-women-in-American-law-enforcement/

Job Opportunities:

Minnesota Association of Women Police

Useful Websites:

Police One for Women Officers:

http://www.policeone.com/women-officers/

To better serve our members, this information is in progress.  If you have any questions on resources, please email the executive board at mawppresident@gmail.com.

Metro Transit Police 

Can be found on Governmentjobs.com
Salary:$52,769.60 - $75,150.40 Annually
Location : Minneapolis, MN
Job Type: Full-Time
Department: Metro Transit
Job Number: 2018-00309
Closing: 12/2/2018 11:59 PM Central


WHO WE ARE:
We are the Metropolitan Council, the regional government for the seven-county Twin Cities metropolitan area. We plan 30 years ahead for the future of the metropolitan area and provide regional transportation, wastewater, and housing services. More information about us on our website. 

We are committed to supporting a diverse workforce that reflects the communities we serve. 

This position will protect and serve Metro Transit employees, passengers, equipment and property. We anticipate utilizing this recruitment process to fill a Spring 2019 academy session.  Applicants must be eligible to be licensed by March 1, 2019 
 
A one-year eligibility list will be established.

How your work would contribute to our organization and the Twin Cities region:

Metro Transit its own licensed police force committed to the safety of its customers and employees, serving eight counties and 85 cities in the region.  There are approximately 141 full-time officers, 60 part-time officers, 20 community service officers and 12 administrative staff dedicated to one thing: public safety on and near our transit system.  Transit police officers ride buses and trains as well as patrol along bus routes, METRO Blue Line (Hiawatha), METRO Green Line (Central Corridor), and the Northstar Line. Transit Police Officers also inspect fares on the Blue Line, Green Line and Northstar trains.