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Peter  Fenton, J.D. - Kennesaw State University. Kennesaw, GA, US

Peter Fenton, J.D. Peter  Fenton, J.D.

Assistant Professor and Coordinator of internships for Criminal Justice Department | Kennesaw State University

Kennesaw, GA, UNITED STATES

Peter Fenton's research interests include criminal law and procedure, constitutional law, law enforcement, organized crime, and ethics.

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Education/Learning Judiciary Legal Services Public Policy

Areas of Expertise (6)

Ethics Organized Crime Law Enforcement Constitutional Law Criminal Law and Procedure Justice System

Education (1)

Emory University: J.D., Law 1979

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Kennesaw State professor teaches unexpected audience

Acworth Patch  

2016-07-11

When we think of finding hope, we don’t often think of finding it among the homeless. Kennesaw State University criminal justice professor, Peter Fenton, does just that.

For six years he has volunteered with MUST Ministries in the computer lab at the Elizabeth Inn campus. He helps those living in homelessness create and improve resumes, search for jobs and apply to jobs. On an Easter Sunday, the West Cobb resident felt it was time to start using his talents to serve those in need after hearing a sermon his pastor shared, giving the challenge to “go and do.” Fenton said he knew about MUST since its inception in 1971, so when he felt the call to invest into others, MUST was at the forefront of his mind. Given his background in the justice system, he has dealt with people who are homeless throughout his career. It was time for him to see their story from a different side – their side.

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Atlanta Police Gain Access To Private Cameras; Concerns Raised

90.1 WABE  

2015-09-16

Kennesaw State University criminal justice professor Peter Fenton said these cameras will help officers solve crimes, “but there is still that, I guess you call, the Big Brother, the creepy factor of just knowing that somebody is watching me every time I'm on the sidewalk, walking down the street, in a parking lot or whatever.” ...

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