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Membership Classes and General InformationGeneral
Annual dues for all members shall be due and payable on October 30th of each year.
Once you have completed and submitted your application form you will be provided with instructions regarding payment. We are happy to accept payment by check, major credit card or PayPal.
If you have any questions regarding membership or problems with the application form, do not hesitate to contact us by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 913-825-8042.
Executive (Voting) – $100 – Executive Retired – $25
To be qualified, one must hold the rank of Lieutenant (a person whose rank is above first line supervision for the organization; supervises supervisors – or its equivalent) or above, in a federal, state, county, municipal, international, campus, or railroad law enforcement agency in the United States or its territories. . After retirement from active duty, members in good standing may retain the privileges of Executive membership by continuing payment of annual dues.
Associate (non-voting) – $75 – Associate Retired – $25
To be qualified as an associate member, one must be a supervisory staff employee of a federal, state, county, municipal, international, campus or railroad law enforcement agency below the rank of Lieutenant or its equivalent in the United States of America or its territories. After retirement from active duty, members in the United States of America or its territories. After retirement from active duty, members in good standing may retain the privileges of Associate Membership by continuing payment of annual dues.
Supporting (non-voting) – $50 – Supporting Retired – $25
To be qualified as a supporting member, a person must by reason of their vocation, profession or business interest, share the concerns and objectives of NAWLEE and desire to demonstrate such support by membership. For a full description of Supporting Membership please refer to our By-Laws.
Citizens in good standing of a country other than the United States of America and businesses, corporations, organizations, groups, or associations of good standing formed and operating in other countries may apply for membership in the National Association of Women Law Enforcement Executives. Read More