Associate professor to speak at international police congress
Carol Archbold, associate professor of criminal justice, has been invited to be a panelist for the First International Congress on Internal Affairs: Police Control in Democracies.
Archbold is scheduled to be one of 30 panelists from around the world to speak about the prevention of police corruption. The expert panel will speak to an audience of 450 guests, including top ranks from security institutions from more than 40 countries, academics from several international universities, members from multilateral organizations and civil society.
The congressional panel, which is being held for the federal police in Mexico, is set for Oct. 23-26 in Los Cabos, Mexico.
NDSU is recognized as one of the nation's top 108 public and private universities by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education.