Kenya has spent the last twenty years teaching criminal justice and public policy, with an emphasis on race and crime, criminal procedure, and crime prevention. She has developed unique expertise implementing data-driven strategies as a criminal justice practitioner and administrator. Over the years, she has had the pleasure to work with several government agencies and has served in an advisory capacity to a number of national criminal justice organizations. Her professional commitment to criminal justice reform spans several continents as she has collaborated with a number of universities and human rights organizations in South America, the Middle East, Asia, and Africa.
Kenya has developed and led multiple criminal justice and community initiatives and projects and has also coordinated and planned international training efforts and conferences with local and federal law enforcement and community partners. She is also a member of the International Society of Crime Prevention Practitioners and the Garden State Bar Association.
Kenya has consulted and presented on a wide variety of criminal justice issues including:
Criminal Justice Education
Crime Prevention (including CPTED)
Citizen Involvement in Criminal Justice
Re-Entry and Correctional Education
Strategic Planning and Capacity Building
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