Future crime fighters and the public are invited to two free presentations by representatives from federal law enforcement agencies at Kansas State University in October.
K-state’s Criminology Club is sponsoring discussions by Brooke Burger, a US Border Patrol agent based in topeka on Tuesday, and by Kristopher Lewiston, an agent with the federal Bureau of Investigation’s Topeka office on Thursday October 20th. Both presentations will be at 7pm in the KSU Student Union’s Little Theater.
The speakers will discuss how they got their jobs, what they do and the experience required. Both presentations are free and open to the public.
The Criminiology club plans to hold more presentations throughout the school year with more state and law enforcement agencis. For more information about the events you can visit www.ksucrimclub.com.