These times they were thousands of women who was employed, not just employed in ordinary jobs such as driving buses and trains and getting It running or trying to keep factories going but women were involved in things like policing people. We then get the first woman police officer. The first was appointed in 1915. Later on during the year by December 1915 women became up to four thousand doing this role of policing. They wore the uniforms and had to abide by the rules and regulations but they couldn’t actually be sworn in because they didn’t have the right to vote so they weren’t legally competent to be a police officer and make arrests. They did a lot of policing of women’s behaviour and trying to prevent of what was known as khaki fever. This was about young women being taking by soldiers in uniform and they were so excited in seeing men in uniforms. When men went to war women wouldn’t really see a lot of men around the area, they would live their lives amongst women so whenever the troops came home they would get so excited. So they were trying to stop women from having extramarital relationships with troops to try to reduce rates of sexually transmitted diseases and to keep the morals of British women pure. For many years, the government had always tried to prevent the idea of having policewomen in the force but with the uprising of the world war and more officers joining the army, it was believed a good idea to have women wok in the service. Most women were working in the police service without any pay, this also influenced the government in having them work in the force. They were thousands of women patrols across the country, they were patrolling the streets, cinemas and going places that women would normally go for entertainment because they wanted to protect women from immoral activities. This shows us that there were a lot of policing of women’s sexual behaviour but in comparison to men being police officers this khaki fever was never looked at. We see a bit of bias in terms of policing because men didn’t see the importance of policing women’s sexual behaviour or immoralities, they might have seen it as okay. Policemen could also be lenient with treating women’s behaviour. Having women police officers meant that they could tackle female crimes and wrong doings. This meant that women and men would not be treated differently because of their gender.