Sioux City Chief of Police Rex Mueller to Speak at USD
The event, sponsored by criminal justice studies, is part of an on-going series designed to connect USD students, staff and faculty with professionals from the criminal justice field.
Mueller was named Chief of Police in Sioux City in 2017.
The event is located in the Muenster University Center meeting room 216.
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