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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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WNYC-FM • December 23, 2020

Radio clip from WNYC-FM (Radio) at 2020-12-23 06:30:00.000

President Karol Mason was on WNYC's Morning Edition to discuss the Future of Public Safety report and curriculum changes at John Jay.

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WNPR-FM • December 16, 2020

Connecticut Public Radio (WNPR)

Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld discussed how police handle mental health calls and the new STAR program in Denver.

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CUNY-TV • December 17, 2020

Mental Health: COVID-19 and CUNY

Dr. Gerald Bryant, Director of the Wellness Center, discussed the emotional, physical and economic toll COVID-19 has had on John Jay students and the mental health resources available to them.

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WNYC-FM • December 21, 2020

City's Jail Population Rises After Bail Reform Gets a Rewrite

Jeffrey Coots, director of the From Punishment to Public Health initiative at John Jay, discussed why people who were released under bail reform and commit new crimes do not account for the rise in gun crimes in NYC this year.

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WNYC-FM • December 21, 2020

All Things Considered

Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder explained which industries were devastated by the coronavirus pandemic.

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WCBS-TV • December 27, 2020

CBS Weekend News

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann discussed the surge in car jackings nationwide.

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WINS-AM • December 28, 2020

WINS-AM at 2020-12-28

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann discussed the surge in car jackings nationwide.

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Crime Report • December 17, 2020

Black Police Execs Join Mayors, Activists in Setting 'National Roadmap' on Public Safety

President Karol Mason discussed the Future of Public Safety report and building trust between police officers and the communities they serve.

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Hudson Valley Press Online • December 16, 2020

Fifth BLEND Smoothie and Salad Bar Opens in Beacon

John Jay alumna Alaina James was profiled for opening a smoothie and salad bar in a food desert neighborhood.

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El Diario Nueva York Online • December 16, 2020

Incluso con la llegada de las vacunas, no podemos bajar la guardia en los prσximos meses

Adjunct Associate Professor George Contreras, a 30-year EMS veteran, wrote an op-ed on the COVID-19 vaccination rollout.

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The Marshall Project • December 17, 2020

How Trump Made a Tiny Christian College the Nation's Biggest Prison Educator

Executive Director of the Institute for Justice and Opportunity Ann Jacobs commented on incarcerated students receiving a mostly tablet-based education through Ashland University.

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Tribune-Review Online/TribLIVE.com • December 18, 2020

Nathan Lents and Dr. S. Joshua Swamidass: Science bridges divides for a better world

Professor of Biology Nathan Lents co-wrote an article on the landmark Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District ruling.

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The Courier-Journal Online • December 18, 2020

Department of Justice awards Louisville grant to hire special firearms prosecutor

The City of Louisville has started to implement the Group Violence Intervention initiative (GVI), created by David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Communities.

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Smithsonian Online • December 18, 2020

Why Just 'Adding Context' to Controversial Monuments May Not Change Minds

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson wrote an article about why adding context to controversial monuments may not help educate biased individuals.

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Herald Times Reporter • December 20, 2020

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'Making a Murderer' still draws strong reactions

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Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained the draw of true crime shows and how they differ from real crime scenes and investigations.

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ArchyNewsy • December 20, 2020

10 outstanding Dominicans in the United States you should know

John Jay alumna Zenaida Mιndez, the first Latina to chair the National Organization of Women (NOW), and Fausto Pichardo, the first Latinx Chief of Patrol for the NYPD were named as ten outstanding Dominicans in the United States.

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Washington Times Online • December 20, 2020

Criminologist sees better fixes than defunding police

Randy Petersen, a senior researcher for Right on Crime and the Center for Effective Justice at the Texas Public Policy Foundation, used research from John Jay on community policing to write a report on police reform.

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The Courier-Journal • December 31, 2020

Should Cosgrove lose his job?; Experts weigh in on cop who fired fatal bullet

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on two Louisville police officers facing termination for their

roles in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor.

 

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Lifewire • December 21, 2020

Why Police Are Training in Virtual Reality

Professor of Psychology, clinical psychologist and sexual violence prevention researcher Elizabeth L. Jeglic said that preliminary research shows that using VR technology to train police can be more effective than sing a keyboard and screen. Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maria 'Maki' Haberfeld said the more training and scenarios police are exposed to, the better equipped officers will be when they face new challenges in real life.

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NPR/National Public Radio Online • December 21, 2020

'My Bank Account Has $4': Pandemic Has Left Millions Of Livelihoods In Limbo

Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder explained why an uneven economic downturn will lead to an uneven economic recovery.

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The New York Times Online • December 21, 2020

Stimulus deal comes months too late for tens of thousands of failed businesses.

Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder commented on how much the new $900 billion stimulus package will help the economy.

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The Post-Standard Online/Syracuse.com • December 23, 2020

Syracuse Opera announces new management team and board members

Gregory Sheppard, a Doctoral Lecturer in Music at John Jay, is the new Community Outreach and Engagement Director for the Syracuse Opera.

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Forbes Online • December 23, 2020

Andrew Yang Files Paperwork For Possible NYC Mayoral Run

Associate Professor of Political Science and member of the New York City Democratic Socialists of America Susan Kang explained why NYC mayoral candidate Andrew Yang's brand has appeal.

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The Inquisitr • December 23, 2020

Andrew Yang Files To Run For New York City Mayor

Associate Professor of Political Science and member of the New York City Democratic Socialists of America Susan Kang explained why NYC mayoral candidate Andrew Yang's brand has appeal.

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The New York Times Online • December 23, 2020

They Fueled A.O.C.'s Win. Can They Shape the N.Y.C. Mayor's Race?

Associate Professor of Political Science and Queens Branch Representative of the New York City Democratic Socialists of America Susan Kang commented on the NYC mayoral candidates and the NYC Democratic Socialists of America.

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The Real Deal • December 24, 2020

DA moving forward with Manafort case after Trump pardon

Adjunct Professor of Constitutional Law Dmitriy Shakhnevich commented on Manhattan DA Cy Vance's plan to prosecute Paul Manafort on mortgage fraud charges after President Donald Trump pardoned him.

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The Express-Times • December 24, 2020

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One cop made $300K in 2020 Sgt. James Holzheimer Jr. then got a $130K retirement payout

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Adjunct Professor and retired New York City Transit Police Department chief Vincent Del Castillo commented on possible corruption in a case where a police officer earned over $400,000 in 2020.

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Stamford Advocate Online • December 31, 2020

Debate on how CT keeps track of officers deemed unreliable witnesses

Alissa Heydari, deputy director for the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, discussed prosecutors and Brady lists.

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Newsday Online • December 24, 2020

Nassau PBA head says tentative contract was defeated by 143 votes

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the Nassau PBA voting down a contract that would have given officers $3,000 a year to wear body cameras.

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Barbados Today • December 27, 2020

Barbados-born retired NYPD detective throws hat in race for NYC Council district

John Jay alumna and retired NYPD detective Dr. Judy D. Newton is entering the race for the 46th New York City Council District in Brooklyn.

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Albuquerque Journal Online • December 27, 2020

City program sends personal message about gun violence

The Group Violence Intervention initiative, created by National Network for Safe Communities Director David Kennedy, is being implemented by the Albuquerque Police Department.

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New York Daily News Online • December 27, 2020

'We are desperate to try anything' - NYC woman paralyzed from ALS pushes lawmakers to take action on horrific disease with 100% mortality rate

John Jay alumna Mayuri Saxena was featured for her tragic battle with ALS as legislation before Congress aims to allow ALS patients access to experimental treatments.

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Bucks County Courier Times • December 28, 2020

How outrage over police-involved deaths brings rare look at use-of-force policies in PA

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed the lack of transparency among police departments and how police are building community trust.

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The Record • December 28, 2020

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IS WINDOW CLOSING ON POLICE REFORM?

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Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed the lack of transparency among police departments and police reform efforts.

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The Daily Herald • December 28, 2020

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Why blow up an RV in downtown Nashville? Questions of motive swirl after explosion

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Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained how law enforcement investigates bombings when the intent of the perpetrator is unknown.

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Crime Report • December 28, 2020

Biden's First Justice Duty: Commute All Federal Death Sentences

The John Jay Research and Evaluation Center report "Reducing Violence Without Police: A Review of Research Evidence" was cited in an article on why President-elect Biden should commute all federal death sentences.

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The 74 • December 28, 2020

Our 14 Most Memorable Interviews About Students, Schools, COVID Learning Loss & Classroom Equity From 2020

An interview with Associate Professor of Public Policy Heath Brown talks about the impact Covid-19 had on homeschooling. Brown is set to release a book on the politics and history of the homeschooling movement.

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Honolulu Civil Beat • December 28, 2020

Are Open-Book Tests Making It Too Easy To Become A Honolulu Police Officer?

Adjunct Professor Keith Ross, a retired New York City police officer and police academy trainer, discussed the suitability of open- and closed-book tests for police academy recruits.

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City Journal Online • December 29, 2020

CUNY's Future Is Key to New York's Future

John Jay College's endowment was cited in an article about the budget crisis at CUNY.

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The New York Times Online • December 29, 2020

Violent Year in New York and Across U.S. as Pandemic Fuels Crime Spike

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann discussed factors involved in the NYPD's low clearance rate in 2020.

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Great Neck Record - Online • December 30, 2020

LWV Offering Free Listening Workshops

Professor Evan Mandery is hosting a 6-session series of monthly interactive Zoom meetings on developing effective listening skills.

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Bearing Arms • December 30, 2020

Why Gun Control Isn't The Answer To The Rise In Crime

Professor Peter Moskos, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration, created the Violence Reduction Project, which features essays from over a dozen academics, researchers, and law enforcement officials offering solutions to reduce violence.

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