Purpose: The purpose of this study is to find the meaning of gender Incusive leadership from the perspective of diversity in the police organization and to present its developmental implications. Method: The method of this study analyzed previous studies related to gender inductive leadership and chang-es in the system environment. Until now, discussions on gender differences in leadership have been largely divided into complementary contribution models and fairness models. The former accepts the difference between women and men as positive and strong. The view of the European study is to assume that women and men can contribute equally to other characteris-tics of the organization. While the fairness model is based on similar assumptions denying the fundamental dif-ference between women and men, this idea is ostensibly considered an equal model. Analyzing these preceding studies, we suggested gender inclusive leadership suitable for our police organization. Results: As a result of the analysis of previous studies, there is no difference between men and women in the viewpoint found in North American studies, so it is believed that women can practice leadership like men if they are given equal opportunities to prove their abilities. Sexual issues have been treated as private issues in our soci-ety and have not been recognized as one of the diversity factors that society should manage. The reason why we should deal with gender diversity effectively is that the mainstream culture of our society and organization is uni-fied around male values, and diversity, which is a prerequisite for creativity and innovation, is absolutely lacking. Diversity is like having various expansions in these frames and It is considered an essential element in solving complex problems in modern society. Conclusion: Police organizations need an approach to fostering female leaders and gender-inclusive leadership in both men and women to become more flexible and creative organizations required in the era of the Fourth Revolution. The first person to introduce the concept of gender integrated leadership was Kim Yang-hee, CEO of gender and leadership. Policy and system to create gender equality organizations are important, but the most important thing is the perception and attitude of those who implement them. Especially, it is most urgent to em-brace gender diversity and actively participate in male members who occupy the majority. Police commanders should be interested in gender-inclusive leadership so that they can build strong gender partnerships in police organizations to create synergies and create an organizational environment in which members can maximize their abilities without gender discrimination.
2. Analysis of Preceding Studies
3. Leadership Necessary for Managing Gender Diversity
4. Changes in the Gender Landscape of Police and Military Organizations