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John Jay in the Media is an e-publication of the Office of Marketing and Communications that informs the campus community about the impressive coverage that our faculty, staff, students and alumni frequently receive in the media. The newsletter includes links to highlights of John Jay College's media coverage.

 

 

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WNYW-TV • December 6, 2019

FOX 5 News at 5

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Christopher Herrmann explained the Uber safety report and what the number of crimes mean.

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Spectrum News NY1 • December 18, 2019

Inside City Hall

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria Browne-Marshall was a panelist for Inside City Hall's coverage of the Trump impeachment vote.

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NBC News Online • December 22, 2019

Pete Buttigieg's unfinished business in South Bend could come back to haunt him

The Group Violence Intervention (GVI) program, designed at John Jay's National Network for Safe Communities, is an initiative Mayor Buttigieg's administration used to reduce violence in South Bend.

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WNYC-AM Online • December 23, 2019

One Year After The First Step Act

Jonathan Terry, a policy adviser at John Jay's Institute for Innovation in Prosecution spoke on the Takeaway about the First Step Act.

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WFLD-TV • December 26, 2019

Good Day Chicago

John Jay College donated Christmas gifts to the Chicago Police who in turn donated them to a single dad and his sons.

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Juvenile Justice Information Exchange • December 16, 2019

Opponents of Raise the Age in New York Speak Out About Tessa Majors Murder - Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

Jeffrey Butts, the Director of John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center, spoke about how the murder of Tessa Major and the arrest of a 13-year-old suspect will affect the debate over the Raise the Age law.

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City Limits • December 16, 2019

Gang Policing Replicates the Harms of Mass Incarceration

Professor of Sociology David Brotherton spoke about how to erase the stigma carried by gangs.

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POLITICO Online • December 17, 2019

Analysis suggests misdemeanors, like felonies, declining on subways ahead of police expansion

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Christopher Herrmann and Adjunct Professor Vincent Del Castillo commented on the subway crime stats and how the NYPD and the Transit Police Department will handle the expansion of the police force on the subway.

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Algemeiner.com • December 17, 2019

When Feminism and Zionism Meet

John Jay student Sarah Saide wrote an op-ed about the anti-Zionist actors among feminist leadership.

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Juvenile Justice Information Exchange • December 18, 2019

Tessa Majors Case Shows Justice System Is About 'Retribution,' Expert Says - Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

Jeffrey Butts, Director of John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center, explained how the Tessa Majors case could shape juvenile justice policy nationally.

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American Theatre Magazine • December 18, 2019

Don't Blame It on Their Youth

Adjunct Professor Christian Lewis wrote about the rise of Young Adult Theatre on Broadway.

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Patch • December 19, 2019

Mayor De Blasio & City Council Speaker Johnson Announce Appointees To Climate Advisory Board

David Pollock, a researcher at John Jay, was appointed to Mayor de Blasio and City Council Speaker Corey Johnson's Local Law 97 Climate Advisory Board.

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Newsday Online • December 19, 2019

New NYPD chief intends to lead his unit from out front

John Jay alumnus Michael LiPetri was promoted to three-star chief and will be in charge of the crime control strategies office at the NYPD.

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Patch • December 20, 2019

Brendan Dassey Pardon: Wisconsin Gov. Says 'No'

Professor and attorney Emily Haney-Caron was one of many who signed a letter calling for the pardon of Brendan Dassey, a 16-year-old who confessed to the rape and murder of a photographer, and was a subject of the 2015 Netflix series "Making a Murderer."

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MinnPost • December 20, 2019

New Minneapolis initiative aims to handle less-serious domestic crises differently

Minneapolis is investing $50,000 to combat street violence using the Group Violence Intervention strategy designed by the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay.

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U.S. News & World Report • December 20, 2019

Experts: Silence After Texas Police Shooting Risks Mistrust

Former NYPD Inspector and Adjunct Lecturer of Police Science Steve Nasta described the best practices for the release of information in a police shooting.

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The Wall Street Journal • December 20, 2019

Look Back at the Year in Numbers

Professor of Criminal Justice and co-director of the Extremist Crime Database Joshua D. Freilich analyzed the number of far-right extremist crimes committed in the U.S. since 1990.

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The Chief • December 20, 2019

'Fog of War': Video of Shooting That Killed Anti-Crime Officer Released

Adjunct Professor James Mulvaney analyzed the video of the Sept. 29 Bronx shooting that took the lives of Police Officer Brian Mulkeen and a Binghamton resident, Antonio Lavance Williams.

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NYC Epeak • December 20, 2019

High Fare Bad Services – Noemi Reyes

Berania Mora, a John Jay College student, commented on the high cost of MetroCards.

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New York Post • December 21, 2019

Emily Ratajkowski was paid to leave NYC apartment after 'dodging rent': suit

Adjunct Professor and attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich is representing landlord Antoni Ghosh in a rent dispute against supermodel Emily Ratajkowski and her husband Sebastian Bear-McClard.

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Gothamist • December 22, 2019

NYPD Detective On Tessa Majors Case Sued Previously With Others For Withholding Exculpatory Evidence

Adjunct Professor of Criminal Justice Joe Giacalone spoke about the allegations against Wilfredo Acevedo, a detective on the Tessa Majors Case.

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The Daily Times Online • December 22, 2019

One Navajo girl's harrowing story of sex trafficking in New Mexico

Meredith Dank, head of the Exploitation and Resiliency Project at John Jay and a co-author of a 2019 study in the journal Criminology & Public Policy spoke to Slate on why sex trafficking happens.

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Citybizlist - New York • December 23, 2019

L'Oréal USA Presented Have A BEAUTIFUL Day Honoring U.S. Military Service Women and Their Family Members

John Jay College partnered with L'Oréal USA's Office of Diversity & Inclusion and others to host a day of beauty services, career advice and education for 48 active duty women U.S. military personnel and veterans at L'Oréal USA headquarters in Manhattan.

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The Forum - Online • December 23, 2019

Pending NY Bail Laws Could Handcuff Judges, Prosecutors and Endanger Public Safety

The retrospective report by John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice on the January 2020 bail reform bill was cited in article written by the Forum.

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Yahoo News • December 23, 2019

The campaign to name a Bronx street after the gang leader whose death inspired truce

Professor Dave Brotherton explained gangs in the context of community, history, race and mass incarceration.

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The Chief • December 23, 2019

The Executive Bully Culprit

Adjunct Assistant Professor Marc Bullaro wrote a letter to the editor condemning President Trump for mocking 16 year old Swedish climate change activist Greta Thunberg on Twitter.

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WJZ-TV Online • December 25, 2019

'Wrong' Maryland Crime Data Highlights Inconsistent Statistics

Professor of Public Policy Adam Wandt commented on the inconsistent data from states that use the Uniform Crime Reporting System.

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East Valley Tribune Online • December 27, 2019

Waymo is emerging as a new crime-fighting tool

Professor of Public Policy Adam Wandt described law enforcement practices in obtaining evidence from electronic devices.

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The New York Times Online • December 27, 2019

Not Quite Dating, but Certain About Forever

John Jay alumna Rabiah Gul's nuptials were featured in the New York Times.

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Queens Chronicle - Central Edition - Online • December 27, 2019

It was the people's choice awards

Adjunct Professor of Criminal Justice and former NYPD detective Joe Giacalone spoke about the rise in sex crimes in New York City.

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The New York Times Online • December 28, 2019

NYC Over 300 Killings, but Not All Were in '19

Director of John Jay's National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy explained why fluctuations in New York City's crime statistics are expected.

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Dressage Today Online • December 29, 2019

Why Dressage IS Circus

Professor Allison Kavey wrote an op-ed in Dressage Today saluting dressage as a performance art.

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Cumberland Times-News Online • December 30, 2019

'Wrong' crime data highlights inconsistent statistics

Adjunct Instructor Michael Walker spoke about why the methods the FBI uses to estimate crime from Maryland data sets may be problematic.

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Student Loan Hero • December 31, 2019

How Your School's Alumni Network Can Help You Jumpstart Your Career | Student Loan Hero

Hing Potter, a coordinator at John Jay's Center for Student Involvement & Leadership, spoke about the importance of students connecting with mentors in their career field of choice.

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The New York Times Online • December 31, 2019

Why Abolishing Bail for Some Crimes Has Law Enforcement on Edge

The retrospective report by John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice on the January 2020 bail reform bill was cited in the New York Times.

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Quartz at Work • December 31, 2019

Everything we know about the drones watching over Times Square on New Year's Eve

Adjunct Professor of Criminal Justice and former NYPD detective Joe Giacalone explained the benefits of using drones in policing.

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POLITICO Online • December 31, 2019

Bail overhaul set to take effect in new year

The retrospective report by John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice on the January 2020 bail reform bill was cited in Politico.

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Times Telegram • December 31, 2019

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