Professor, Criminal Justice, Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice
- US Constitution, Criminal Justice & Public Policy (Grad)
- Crime, Victimology & Risk Reduction (Grad)
- Internship & Advanced Internship in Criminal Justice (UG & Grad)
- Juvenile Delinquency
- White-Collar Crime
- School & Workplace Violence
- Anger Management
- Threat Assessment & Management
- Domestic & Intimate Partner Violence
- Bystander Intervention
- Victim Selection Process
- PhD, Rutgers University
- MA, Montclair State University
- BA, New Jersey City University
Dr. Kenny received his Ph.D. in Criminal Justice from Rutgers University. He is a recipient of the Distinguished Faculty Award and an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Dr. Kenny teaches courses in Criminology, Victimology, Juvenile Delinquency, White Collar Crime and serves as the school’s Criminal Justice Internship coordinator. Prior experience at the U.S. Treasury Dept. includes Chief of Advisory, Chief of Review, District Quality Officer, Group Manager of Field Investigations, and Treasury Officer. He has facilitated professional seminars in School/ Workplace Violence, Bullying, Anger Management, Threat Assessment, Stalking, and Partner Abuse. Dr. Kenny was selected to the U.S. Justice Dept./National Victim Center Work Group on Workplace Violence, NJ Superior Court Juvenile Conference Committee, and United Educators Panel on Threat Assessment Teams. Prof. Kenny can be reached at email@example.com.
FDU: Distinguished Faculty Award; chaired FDU Threat Assessment Team; Criminal Justice Graduate & Internship Coordinator; Middle States Steering Comm.; Active Shooter presenter.
US Treasury Dept. (ret.): Chief of Advisory; District Quality Officer; Chief of Review; Treasury Officer Group Manager; Training Group Manager; Director’s Representative; Treasury Officer.
Violence Prevention Work: Virginia Tech.; US Postal Service; NJ Dept. of Education; United Educators; Hackensack Hospital; Fed. Exec. Board of NY; NJ Assoc. of School Admin.; Federal Women’s Program; Tilton Assoc.; Center for Peace Studies; US Justice Dept./National Victim Center; Care Plus; public corporations; and various high/middle/elementary schools.
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