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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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WOLB-AM • January 7, 2020

WOLB-AM (Radio) Credit to National Network

Dan Rodricks, a reporter for the Baltimore Sun, discussed the implementation of the Group Violence Intervention model created by National Network for Safe Communities Director David Kennedy in Baltimore.

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Spectrum News NY1 • January 8, 2020

News at Eleven

Professor of Political Science Susan Kang appeared on Inside City Hall to speak about Governor Cuomo's politics.

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Univision Television Network - New York Bureau • January 14, 2020

Here's what CUNY University has planned for the 2020 Census

Cynthia Carvajal, the manager of the Immigrant Student Success Center, was on Univision in a segment about what CUNY has planned for the 2020 Census.

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The Miami Herald Online • January 1, 2020

New Year's Eve homicides make 2019 the worst for killings in Philly since 2007

Director of John Jay's National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy explained New York City's decline in crime as compared to other cities.

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Lewiston Tribune Online • January 5, 2020

Jan. 5 Letters to the editor

Professor Emerita Anne Barbeau Gardiner advocated for the federal protection of Mark Henry Lankford, an informant on the white supremacist gang, the Aryan Knights.

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Daily Republic Online • January 5, 2020

How will childhood among radicals impact Chesa Boudin as SF's district attorney? [San Francisco Chronicle]

Lucy Lang, Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, explained how prosecutorial attitudes are based on their experiences and upbringing.

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Democrat & Chronicle • January 5, 2020

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How NY's limit on cash bail is stirring controversy across region

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The retrospective report by John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice on the January 2020 bail reform bill was cited in article about the crimes of those who will be released without bail under New York's new criminal justice laws.

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Chron.com • January 6, 2020

What to Expect From the Harvey Weinstein Trial

Adjunct Lecturer and attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich explained the difficulties in selecting jurors in the wake of the #MeToo movement.

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Diverse: Issues in Higher Education Online • January 6, 2020

IHEP Study, Top 100 Rankings Highlight Student Diversity Record of Flagship Institutions

Associate Provost for Undergraduate Retention and Dean of Undergraduate Studies Dr. Dara N. Byrne explained the many ways John Jay's strategic interventions help vulnerable students graduate.

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NYC Epeak • January 6, 2020

Legal Speed Bumps Continue for 'Reckless Driver' Bill, But Lander is 'Optimistic' – Streetsblog New York City New York city blog

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria Browne-Marshall explained how Council Member Brad Lander's Reckless Driver Accountability Act will face inevitable legal challenges under the Fourth Amendment.

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The Hechinger Report Online • January 6, 2020

A 'wildly intrusive' way to help older college students get their degrees

Associate Provost for Undergraduate Retention and Dean of Undergraduate Studies Dr. Dara N. Byrne explained how using predictive analytics, John Jay engineered strategic interventions to help seniors, at-risk of stopping out, graduate.

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Law360 • January 6, 2020

Understanding What Restorative Justice Is And Isn't - Law360

Natalie Gordon, a John Jay Ph.D. student in psychology and law, wrote an article about restorative justice for Law 360.

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CBC News Network Online • January 6, 2020

How sexual assault trial could play out for Harvey Weinstein

Adjunct Professor and attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich explained the Weinstein trial, his possible sentence, jury selection and the probability of conviction.

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Los Angeles Times Online • January 7, 2020

Weinstein's legal perils deepen as he faces sex assault cases on both coasts

Adjunct Professor and attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich explained how the Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey's decision to charge Harvey Weinstein the day before his Manhattan trial will affect the case in Los Angeles.

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The Times-Picayune & New Orleans Advocate Online/NOLA.com • January 7, 2020

18-year-old dead, 2 teens hospitalized after crash during JPSO chase in Orleans Parish

Adjunct Professor of Criminal Justice and former NYPD detective Joe Giacalone weighed in on New Orleans' vehicle pursuit policy in a story about a chase that lead to 1 death and 2 hospitalizations following a crash.

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Observer-Dispatch Online • January 7, 2020

New York's limit on cash bail stirs controversy across communities

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

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The Undefeated • January 8, 2020

Can artificial intelligence help us understand racial bias in sports?

Associate Professor of Sociology Lucia Trimbur explained how racial bias manifests in the treatment and discussion of black athletes.

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Jackson Free Press Online • January 8, 2020

Police Task Forces 'Waste of Time' for Violence Prevention?

Director of National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy criticized Project EJECT (Empower Jackson Expel Crime Together), the local version of an old federal policy plan then-U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions implemented in Jackson, Mississippi.

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Vail Daily Online • January 9, 2020

January Eat Chat Parent events focus on protecting children from sexual abuse

Psychology Professor Elizabeth L. Jeglic will help address the topic of consent, sexual violence, sexual abuse and how to stay safe at this month's Eat Chart Parent series events at Eagle Valley High School and Battle Mountain High School.

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uGospel • January 9, 2020

Gospel Artist Michele Sweeting Ignites Hearts in Worship with New Single, "Flame"

Adjunct Professor and gospel artist Michele Sweeting released a new single “Flame.”

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The Plain Dealer Online/Cleveland.com • January 9, 2020

Charging juveniles as juveniles is better for them and us: Jarvis DeBerry

A report published by John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center was cited in an article about the benefits of charging juveniles as juveniles.

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Middle East Quarterly - Online • January 9, 2020

Western Feminists AWOL in Supporting Abused and Dissident Muslim Women

Somali-American Muslim Soraya Mire, winner of the Winnie Mandela Award for the Upliftment of African Women at John Jay, details her childhood trauma at the hands of her mother.

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Day Online • January 9, 2020

Speaker shares his story of recovery with Grasso Tech students

Stephen Hill, a John Jay alumnus, gave a motivational speech to Ella T. Grasso Technical School students on the dangers of abusing drugs and his personal story of overcoming drug addiction.

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The Wall Street Journal • January 9, 2020

MS-13 Gang Tied to Fewer Murders on Long Island After Takedown

National Network for Safe Communities Director David Kennedy spoke about how the arrest of alleged leaders of the MS-13 street gang in Nassau County has affected the gang's organization.

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Spectrum Online • January 9, 2020

How Will the MTA's 500 New Officers Work With Officers Already on Patrol?

Professor Emerita Dorothy Schulz, a retired captain of the Metro North Railroad police force, the predecessor of the MTA police, spoke about how the MTA police will adapt to the NYPD co-policing the subways.

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U.S. News & World Report • January 12, 2020

Questions, Disagreements Ensue After Fatal Police Shooting

Professor of Police Science Maki Haberfeld analyzed the body camera footage of a fatal police shooting of a man with a knife inside a Myrtle Avenue apartment.

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Newsday Online • January 12, 2020

Luncheon speakers argue legacy of slavery continues

Professor Gloria Browne-Marshall was keynote speaker Saturday at the Amistad Long Island Black Bar Association luncheon in Woodbury where slavery was discussed.

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The Wall Street Journal • January 12, 2020

New NYPD Counterterrorism Chief Is First Woman to Lead Bureau

Professor of Police Science Maki Haberfeld spoke about the critical role the NYPD's Counterterrorism Bureau plays in protecting NYC.

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Newsday Online • January 13, 2020

State AG Letitia James launches probe into NYPD fare evasion enforcement

Former NYPD officer and prosecutor Professor Eugene O'Donnell emphasized poverty as the reason why there is higher enforcement in minority communities on the subway.

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WFPL-FM - Online • January 14, 2020

U.S. Attorney Seeks Solutions To Louisville Violence With Summit

National Network for Safe Communities Director David Kennedy will speak about the focused deterrence model of policing at U.S. Attorney Russell Coleman's private summit on violent crime.

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Gothamist • January 14, 2020

Video Shows Anguished Aftermath Of Deadly Police Shooting In East Village

Adjunct Professor of Police Science Keith Ross analyzed a deadly police shooting.

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The Verge • January 14, 2020

DNA from detained immigrants will change the nature of the FBI's genetic database

Associate Professor and forensic DNA specialist Mechthild Prinz explains how the new DNA collection policy will change the nature of the FBI database.

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Nonprofit Quarterly, The - Online • January 14, 2020

John Jay College Uses Predictive Analytics to Boost Graduation Rate

Associate Provost for Undergraduate Retention and Dean of Undergraduate Studies Dr. Dara N. Byrne explained how by using predictive analytics and strategic interventions, more John Jay seniors at-risk of dropping out obtained their John Jay degree.

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Officer.com • January 15, 2020

2019 Murder Rate Was Charlotte's Worst in More Than a Decade

Professor Chris Herrmann contextualized the homicide rate in Charlotte.

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POLITICO Online • January 15, 2020

Confusion over property tax relief program

Professor and hate crimes expert Frank Pezzella was a panelist at a Hate Crimes Forum along with Borough President Brewer Council Member Levine, Neighborhood Coordination Officers from the 24th Precinct and others.

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The New York Times Online • January 15, 2020

He Says He Stabbed a Student to Defend His Home. His Home Is a Box.

Adjunct Professor and lawyer Carl M. Bornstein explained how the case against Joseph Matos may unfold.  Matos is a homeless man who says he stabbed his attackers while defending his cardboard box home.

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F3 NWS • January 15, 2020

Microsoft tries to improve child abuse detection by opening its Xbox chat tool to other companies

Elizabeth Jeglic, Professor of Psychology and co-author of “Protecting Your Child from Sexual Abuse: What You Need to Know to Keep Your Kids Safe” spoke about child predators grooming children for abuse in online gaming chat rooms.

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