Women in Policing

The Irving Police Department offers outstanding career opportunities for women, thanks to a training program that uses the most advanced technology and equipment. With its strong emphasis on teamwork, two-way communication, productive problem-solving and job security, law enforcement is a fulfilling profession for thousands of women across the country. Female officers have been serving with the Irving Police Department since 1974. Read some of their stories of dedication, honor and compassion.

  1. Lieutenant Kim Williams
  2. Detective Janaya Frulla
  3. Officer Carolyn Monson
  4. Officer Maddison Greene
  5. Officer Diana Lizcano

I began my career with the Irving Police Department in August of 2002. The hiring process was a positive experience and from the beginning the department environment felt very welcoming. It did not take long before I felt like part of the Irving Police family. During my career, I have worked in the patrol division as both an officer and sergeant. 

Additionally, I served for 10 years as an investigator in the special investigations section working vice/narcotics which included undercover work. As part of that assignment, I also worked on a federal organized crime drug enforcement task force focusing on large scale narcotics trafficking. 

I worked in the Professional Standards Section as a sergeant where my duties focused on administrative matters.  Recently I promoted to Lieutenant.  Over the past 16 years, I have learned the importance of maintaining a balance between professional and personal life. This can prove challenging at times due to the demands of the profession and the nature of shift work. Having the support of family and friends who understand the requirements of the job is essential. 

Police work is a truly rewarding profession and the Irving Police Department Is a wonderful place to build a future.      


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