A senior policewoman from Lancashire who became the first woman to be elected President of the Police Superintendents’ Association has been invited to rub shoulders with 400 “inspirational” women at a special event to celebrate women’s achievements.
Chief Supt Irene Curtis from Lancashire Constabulary has been invited in recognition of her personal contribution to society as a senior police officer and in her current role.
The officer, who lives in the Ribble Valley,said: “I’m truly humbled to have received this invitation to join some amazing women at this year’s Women of the Year Lunch. I have always tried hard to be the very best I
can at whatever role I’ve undertaken in the police, and to have those efforts recognised in this way is just amazing.”
It will take place on October 14 at the InterContinental London Park Lane Hotel.