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Meeting the International Police Association’s Kim Hiorth (Part 1)

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In this first video in a series of three recorded for PolicingTV, May-Britt Ronaldo-Ronnebro from IPA Section Sweden talks to fellow IPA Member, Kim Hiorth from IPA Section Norway.

These are the latest videos in a #SheIsIPA series led for PolicingTV by May-Britt. This first video focuses on Kim’s policing career, and the recent Award she was presented with at the IPA’s latest World Congress, which took place last year in Athens.

She also covers the progress that the Norwegian Police Service has made in increasing the representation of women within the force, and some of the experiences she had as a woman in policing – in public order, and in tackling organised crime, plus in working with women from minority groups.

She has written a book about her policing career – currently unfortunately published only in Norwegian! Having seen the videos, if you know of a publisher that might be willing to republish Kim’s book in English, do please let us know. The International Police Association (IPA) is a friendship organisation for members of the police force, whether in employment or retired, and without distinction as to rank, position, gender, race, language or religion. The IPA has around 372,000 members in nearly 100 countries.

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One Response to “Meeting the International Police Association’s Kim Hiorth (Part 1)”

  1. May-Britt Ronnebro says:

    “The Police Heart” hasn’t just been a literary success; it’s become a sensation. Hiorth’s appearances on notable platforms like Dagsrevyen, God morgen, Norge, and A-magasinet have only amplified the buzz surrounding her work. The enthusiastic reception from reviewers speaks volumes about the impact of her narrative. Now, with the imminent development of a TV series based on her book, Hiorth’s story is poised to reach even greater heights.
    To register for the webinar featuring Kim Anne Hiorth on April 17th at 4pm (UK time), please follow this link:

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