Ken Foster has been an associate faculty member at Royal Roads University since 2013. He's taught constitutional law, criminal justice, civil and administrative law, and critical perspectives.
Prior to joining RRU, Ken taught at Camosun College and Niagara University.
In addition to teaching and learning, Ken has worked in a number of professions, including drug treatment court and domestic violence court. He was a civilian with the Calgary Police and has worked in employment law and real estate. Ken even owned and operated a second-hand bookstore.
He is currently working in finance.
Master of Teaching
University of Calgary
Master of Science in Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Arts in History
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
Theoretical Criminology, particularly diversion programs
The application of behavioural economics to the justice field