First Afghan Women Police Chief Appointed in Kabul

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First Afghan Women Police Chief Appointed in Kabul

Colonel Jamila Bayaz, a 50-year-old mother of five, this week became the first women to be appointed police chief  in Afghanistan. Bayaz will lead the 1st District of Kabul.

Although the job will not be without risk – a senior police woman was murdered in Helmand last September - Bayaz appeared excited to take on her new role, and hopes it will inspire more women to join the ranks of the police force in Afghanistan. “This is a chance not just for me,” said Bayaz, “but for the women of Afghanistan. I will not waste it.” 


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