Reports & Fact Sheets
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All reports and fact sheets are in PDF format.
- CEDAW - The Women's Treaty
- United States Failure to Ratify Key International Conventions, Treaties, and Laws
- United States Failure to Adequately Address International Reproductive Health Needs
- Prescribe Choice: Understanding Emergency Contraception
- Breaking the Cycle: Women, Water, and the Search for Equality
- Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act
- The Medical Uses of Mifepristone
- Understanding Emergency Contraception
- Violence Against Women on College Campuses
- Violence Against Women-Global
- Examining the Wage Gap in the United States
- Social Security and Women
- Ecofeminism: Women and the Environment
- Women of Color and Reproductive Justice: Latina Women, African American Women, Asian and Pacific Islander American (APIA) Women
- Federal Funding for Abstinence-Only Programs & CPCs
- Birth Control
- Police-Officer Involved Domestic Violence
- Gun Ban
Reports & Suveys
- 2008 Clinic Violence Report
- 2005 Clinic Violence Survey Report
- 2002 Clinic Violence Survey Report
- 2000 Clinic Violence Survey Report
- 1999 Clinic Violence Survey Report
- 1998 Clinic Violence Survey Report
- 1997 Clinic Violence Survey Report
- 1996 Clinic Violence Survey Report
- 1995 Clinic Violence Survey Report
- 1994 Clinic Violence Survey Report
- 1993 Clinic Violence Survey Report
Status of Women in Policing Reports
- EQUALITY DENIED: The Status of Women in Policing, 2001
- EQUALITY DENIED: The Status of Women in Policing, 2000
- EQUALITY DENIED: The Status of Women in Policing, 1999
- EQUALITY DENIED: The Status of Women in Policing, 1998
- EQUALITY DENIED: The Status of Women in Policing, 1997
Other Women in Policing Publications
- Recruiting and Retaining Women: A Self-Assessment Guide for Law Enforcement
Overview of research providing compelling evidence that increasing the number of female officers improves police response to violence against women and reduces police use of excessive force.
- Study on the Gender Gap in Use of Force
This study documents huge gender differences in police brutality and misconduct, whether measured by citizen complaints, sustained allegations, or civil liability payouts. The data is clear: women officers cost their communities less in human and financial terms, and police departments can't afford to ignore this data any longer.
- The Effect of Consent Decrees on the Representation of Women in Sworn Law Enforcement
The only study of its kind examining the effect of consent decrees on the numbers of women in police agencies. Also examines what occurs when the decrees are lifted; Study includes an appendix identifying the surveyed agencies.
- Tearing Down the Wall: Problems with Consistency, Validity, and Adverse Impact of Physical Agility Testing in Police Selection
This study surveys 62 police agencies and examines the correlation between representation of women officers, and the type of physical agility tests used.
- Gender Balance Policies: LAPD
These recommendations and motions directed at achieving gender equity in the LAPD were unanimously approved by the Los Angeles City Council on September 2, 1992.
Empowering Women Reports, 1995