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Carol Ann Archbold North Dakota State University, USA

Carol A. Archbold is a Walter F. and Verna Gehrts Endowed Professor at North Dakota State University in the Department of Criminal Justice and Political Science in Fargo, North Dakota. She earned her PhD from the University of Nebraska–Omaha in 2002. Her research interests include police accountability and liability, police misconduct, women in policing, and police and race issues. She has published articles in such journals as Police Quarterly, Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, Journal of Criminal Justice, and the Journal of Crime and Justice. In 2004, Dr. Archbold published a book based on the first national study of the use of risk management in law enforcement in the United States, Police Accountability, Risk Management and Legal Advising (LFB Scholarly Publishing). This study was the focus of her dissertation.  In 2011, she was one of three authors of a reader, Women and Policing in America: Classic and Contemporary Readings (Wolter Kluwers/Aspen Publishing).  In 2012, Dr. Archbold authored “Policing: A Text/Reader” for SAGE Publications.  She was also co-author of the second edition of “The New World of Police Accountability” with Dr. Samuel Walker in 2014.  She is currently working on a national study of police accountability in rural law enforcement agencies, and will be the author of “Policing: The Essentials” textbook (with contributions by Dr. Carol Huynh and Dr. Thomas Mrozla) published by SAGE Publications in 2020.