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Blue Line, The Podcast: Officer Natalie Hiltz


September 3, 2019
By Renée Francoeur
Renée Francoeur

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Natalie Hiltz is an executive member of the Canadian Society of Evidence Based Policing and a key member of the Advancing WE in Policing (Ontario) initiative. Photo courtesy of Natalie Hiltz.

We are celebrating women in law enforcement this fall!

Each month, Blue Line, The Podcast is profiling some of the many passionate officers who strive every day to make a difference.

In this episode of Blue Line, The Podcast, we sit down with police officer Natalie Hiltz, an executive member of the Canadian Society of Evidence Based Policing and a key member of the Advancing WE in Policing (Ontario) initiative.

Hiltz, who is in the middle of her master’s degree with Cambridge University in the U.K. (in the applied criminology and police management/police executive program), explains about the new approach to using gender as a platform to discuss policing.

“Gender equity is not a woman’s issue; it’s everyone’s issue,” she tells listeners.

She also shares more from her time at the 12th Cambridge International Conference on Evidence Based Policing this year and meeting Commissioner Cressida Dick of the Metropolitan Police Service in London, U.K.

Listen to the SoundCloud link below for the full conversation or on Apple Podcasts under Annex Business Media: Podcasts.

Did you miss our last episode with Const. Amy Boudreau? Listen HERE.

You can also stream the show here at annexbusinessmedia.com/podcasts.

 

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*Please note the dates of the Advancing WE in Policing conference referred to by Hiltz in the above podcast have since changed. See the website for more details.