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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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KOB-TV • January 1, 2021

Eyewitness News 4 @ 6:30

Louisa Aviles of the National Network for Safe Communities explained the Group Violence Intervention strategy.

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WSIU-TV • January 4, 2021

DW The Day

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall explained whether President Trump's call to the Georgia Secretary of State, pressuring him to find votes, was constitutionally criminal or an abuse of power.

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WVIA-FM • January 6, 2021

Jamie Longazel: Anthracite Unite

Associate Professor of Political Science Jamie Longazel and author of "Undocumented Fears: Immigration & the Politics of Divide & Conquer in Hazleton, Pennsylvania" spoke about founding the organization, "Anthracite Unite," his book and the importance of remembering the region's history.

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KPLU-FM (Radio) • January 6, 2021

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Professor Peter Moskos, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration, was mentioned for his tweet on the Capitol Police during the storming of the Capitol building.

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Spectrum News NY1 • January 6, 2021

News All Evening Part 1

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall explained the 25th amendment as many called for President Trump to be removed from office.

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Spectrum News NY1 • January 6, 2021

News All Evening Part 2

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed the racial divide in the United States and the political climate after a pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol building.

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Spectrum News NY1 • January 7, 2021

Mornings on 1

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed how the Capitol police handled the pro-Trump mob at the Capitol.

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WRC-TV • January 7, 2021

News4 at 5

John Jay Alumna Matasha Harris talks about the different response police had to Capitol Hill rioters compared to Black Live Matters protestors.

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WNBC-TV • January 7, 2021

News 4 New York at 5:30

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on the Capitol police's unpreparedness as a pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol in comparison to their readiness in handling the Black Lives Matter protests.

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WNBC-TV • January 7, 2021

News 4 New York at 11

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed how social media was used by the pro-Trump mob that stormed the Capitol building.

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Spectrum News NY1 • January 10, 2021

In Focus With Cheryl Wills

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall explained the 25th amendment as many called for President Trump to be removed from office after a pro-Trump mob stormed the U.S. Capitol.

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WNYC-FM • January 11, 2021

How Much Support Did The Attack On The U.S. Capitol Have From Police?

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed why the Capitol Hill riot shows that police should not take sides politically.

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Spectrum News NY1 • January 13, 2021

Inside City Hall

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed how the second impeachment trial of President Trump may unfold.

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NPR/National Public Radio • January 14, 2021

Marketplace

Professor Robert McCrie discussed security measures after the FBI warned of far-right extremists threats to state capitols.

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Tornos News • January 1, 2021

Greece in USA presents program and exhibition in NYC with Greek and Cypriot artists

The nonprofit organization Greece in the USA has launched the group exhibition "The Right to Silence?" at John Jay College's Shiva Gallery on December 30. It will run until July 31, 2021.

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Columbus Monthly • January 1, 2021

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CeaseFire Columbus: When the Killings Stopped

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The National Network for Safe Communities has partnered with the City of Columbus to curb gun violence. David Kennedy, the Director of the NNSC, explained the strategies involved.

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New York Daily News • January 2, 2021

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Violence adds to NYC’s 2020 death toll, with 97% jump in shootings and 45% increase in murders — criminal carnage not seen in 14 years

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Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell cited bail reform, Mayor de Blasio, and the city's district attorneys as reasons for the surge in shootings and murders in NYC in 2020.

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The Courier-Journal • January 3, 2021

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173; Louisville besieged by record slayings and gun violence in year of many deaths

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

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Dominican Shafaqna • January 3, 2021

Ocho dominicanos destacados en Estados Unidos que deberνas conocer

Julia Alvarez, who received an honorary doctorate from John Jay in 1996, was honored as one of eight outstanding Dominicans in the United States.

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The City • January 3, 2021

Five Days Without Cops: Could Brooklyn Policing Experiment be a 'Model for the Future'?

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, commented on a Brownsville Safety Alliance pilot that kept police away for five days.

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The Times-Picayune & New Orleans Advocate Online/NOLA.com • January 3, 2021

This Louisiana teacher of 19 years is locked up now and facing deportation

Associate Professor Charlotte Walker-Said, a specialist on French-speaking parts of West Africa, explained why a Mali immigrant and his family will be negatively received if they are deported back to their home country.

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The Kansas City Star Online • January 3, 2021

Missouri saw deadliest year ever for gun violence in 2020, made worse by pandemic

The report "Reducing Violence Without Police: A Review of Research Evidence" from the John Jay Research and Evaluation Center was cited in an article about historic levels of gun violence in Kansas City, Missouri.

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U.S. News & World Report • January 3, 2021

Program Seeks Alternatives to Youth Incarceration

Research published in 2014 by John Jay on the positive impact of Youth Advocate Programs was cited.

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Police 1 • January 4, 2021

Violence reduction project: Addressing 2020's unprecedented rise in violent crime

Professor Peter Moskos, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration, launched the Violence Reduction Project, a collection of essays on how to reduce violence.

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GothamGazette.com • January 4, 2021

We Have a New Tool to Remove Guns from Abusers; We Must Use It to Save Lives

Lucy Lang, the former Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, wrote an op-ed about the recently-enacted provision of the New York Family Court Act, in which the court can authorize a search for a gun in homes where domestic violence was reported.

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Corrections Today • January 5, 2021

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How focused deterrence principles can reduce violence in correctional facilities

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The Washington State Department of Corrections and Pennsylvania Department of Corrections are successfully implementing strategies based on the Group Violence Intervention (GVI) program, created by David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Communities.

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Cannabis Wire • January 5, 2021

In New York City, Racial Disparities in Cannabis Law Enforcement Persist

A report from the Data Collaborative for Justice at John Jay on the racial disparities in cannabis law enforcement was cited.

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Latino Rebels • January 5, 2021

How COVID-19 Has Impacted NYC's Latino Comedy Scene

Isabel Martinez, Associate Professor in the Department of Latin American and Latinx Studies and the founder of the New York City Latinx Stand Up Comedy Project, co-wrote an essay on the impact that Covid-19 has had on Latinx comedians in New York City and discussed ways to help them.

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WPIX-TV Online • January 5, 2021

Self-described 'nationalist' suspected in Queens mall bomb hoax

Adjunct Associate Professor James Dooley, a retired NYPD Transit captain, discussed a bomb hoax orchestrated by a far-right white nationalist in Queens.

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Worth Online • January 6, 2021

Lucy Lang on Manhattan's District Attorney Race

Lucy Lang, the former Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, gave an in-depth interview about being a first-time political candidate, her policy priorities, and women running for office.

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The Wall Street Journal • January 7, 2021

New York City Homicides and Shootings Rose Dramatically in 2020

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained the impact of gun violence on the perception of public safety.

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West Side Rag • January 7, 2021

City Reveals Location of New UWS Homeless Shelter, Which Will Serve 200 Women

A new homeless shelter will open across the street from John Jay's New Building at 537 West 59th Street, the current home of the Manhattan News Network. The new shelter will serve 200 women who are experiencing homelessness and mental health challenges.

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Gothamist - WNYC-FM • January 7, 2021

"We Were Under Siege": Lawmakers Demand Investigation Into "Colossal" Security Failure At U.S. Capitol

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone was quoted explaining one of the many tactics the Capitol Police's failed to employ during the violent breach of the Capitol building.

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The Daily Beast • January 7, 2021

How Police Bungled the Capitol Riot

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained the mistakes Capitol Police made which allowed a pro-Trump protest to morph into an unprecedented and violent breach of the Capitol building.

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ABC News Online • January 7, 2021

Amid COVID-19, politics and the US Capitol breach, how to cope with the stress of the news

Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld talks  about how to cope with grim news headlines.

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The New York Times Online • January 7, 2021

N.Y.P.D. to Question Woman Who Tackled Black Teenager at SoHo Hotel

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed the public pressure on the NYPD to apprehend California native Miya Ponsetto, who falsely accused the Black son of a prominent jazz musician of stealing her phone.

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Noticias Ultimas • January 8, 2021

La respuesta de la Policνa del Capitolio a los alborotadores genera reclamos de doble rasero racista

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed the Capitol Police's unpreparedness during the storming of the Capitol building.

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Travel Agent Magazine Online • January 8, 2021

Anguilla Tourist Board Appoints Stacey Liburd as Director of Tourism

John Jay alumna Stacey Liburd was appointed Director of Tourism in Anguilla.

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Newsday Online • January 8, 2021

Police response to Capitol attackers criticized

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney commented on the investigation of a Capitol police officer who took a selfie with a pro-Trump insurrectionist.

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Los Angeles Times Online • January 8, 2021

'White supremacy was on full display.' Double standard seen in police response as mob storms Capitol

Professor Emerita Delores Jones-Brown discussed the double standard between how the police responded to the Capitol riot led by a pro-Trump mob and how they responded at largely peaceful Black Lives Matter protests.

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NBC News Online • January 8, 2021

Capitol Police response to rioters draws claims of racist double standards

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed the stark difference between the Capitol police's preparation at the pro-Trump riot and at Black Lives Matter protests.

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The Washington Post Online • January 8, 2021

Ashli Babbitt was shot during chaotic moments in the Capitol

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on whether the fatal shooting by police of Ashli Babbitt, a rioter at the Capitol who tried to climb into a Capitol building window, was justified.

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The Washington Post Online • January 9, 2021

Rioters breached the Capitol as they waved pro-police flags. Police support on the right may be eroding, experts warn.

Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld explained the public's inaccurate assumption about the police.

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Globo • January 10, 2021

Vνdeo: saiba como se organizaram e quem eram extremistas que invadiram Capitσlio

Professor Jamie Longazel talks about Trumpism and how people's deep beliefs in it, led to the insurrection on Capitol Hill.

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The Lily - The Washington Post • January 10, 2021

A shocking 156,000 women left jobs in December. Here's what's behind that number.

Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder explained how the COVID-19 recession negatively impacted different industries, and different groups of people: men, white women, women of color and single mothers.

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Authority Magazine • January 10, 2021

Alexandra Hoffmann: Emotional Intelligence; What It Is, Why It Is So Essential, And How We Can…

John Jay alumna Alexandra Hoffmann, founder of Alexandra Hoffmann Consulting (AHC), gave an in-depth interview on emotional intelligence.

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The Chief • January 11, 2021

A Mad-Dog Traitor

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro wrote a letter to the editor on Trump's role in the breach of the nation's Capitol building.

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Asbury Park Press • January 11, 2021

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Former prosecutor Rory Wells to run for Ocean County commission office

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John Jay alumnus Rory Wells is running for Ocean County commissioner. If elected, he would be the first Black person to serve on the Ocean County Board of Commissioners.

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Telemundo20 • January 11, 2021

ΏViola Facebook y Twitter el derecho de libre expresiσn del presidente Trump al bloquear sus cuentas?

Associate Professor of Political Science Verσnica Michel explained whether Facebook and Twitter violated President Trump's first amendment right to free expression by banning his accounts.

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Telemundo20 • January 11, 2021

Expertos ven poco factible que Trump sea expulsado de Casa Blanca

Associate Professor of Political Science Verσnica Michel explained the new impeachment proceedings against Trump.

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The Root • January 11, 2021

Mayoral Candidate Dianne Morales Doesn't Want to Return New York City Back to 'Normal'

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang explained the challenges facing NYC mayoral candidate Diana Morales.

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The Florida Times-Union • January 12, 2021

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Again, job losses fall unequally across the US economy

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Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder explained how pandemic-related job losses have hurt women, low-wage workers and people of color.

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The Courier-Journal • January 12, 2021

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Kentucky US attorney resigns; Coleman championed violence intervention

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The Group Violence Intervention Initiative, created by David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Communities will still be implemented in the City of Louisville, even after the resignation of the US Attorney who brought it there.

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WCVE-FM Online • January 12, 2021

'It's Meant To Be Punishing': Protestors Allege Summer of Jail Abuses

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney commented on the incarceration of protestors in Virginia.

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Cheddar • January 12, 2021

Biden's Budget: How the Politics of the Federal Deficit Are Changing

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason discussed the changing politics of the federal deficit as economists call for more federal spending in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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PBS Online • January 12, 2021

How was a violent mob able to breach the U.S. Capitol? Activists see double standard in police response

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed the next steps law enforcement officials will take after a pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol building.

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Bronx Times Reporter Online • January 13, 2021

Bronx Based Girl Vow saving one black woman at a time – Bronx Times

John Jay alumna Dawn Rowe was featured in the Bronx Times for founding the Bronx-based nonprofit organization Girls Row, which helps girls impacted by juvenile justice, poverty, and the New York City foster care system.

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Hillel • January 13, 2021

How This Plague Made Us Stronger

Ilya Bratman, Executive Director at Hillel at John Jay, co-wrote an article about how Hillel Cares helped Hillel students facing food insecurity and mental health issues during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Daily Iowan - Online • January 13, 2021

The facts behind Gov. Reynolds' Condition of the State Address

Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld discussed disbanding a police department.

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Oxygen Online • January 13, 2021

'Master Of Deception': Philadelphia Mom Sentenced To 35 Years In Prison After Catfishing Florida Teen Who Attempted Suicide

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt explained how child predators lure their victims online.

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Government Technology Online • January 13, 2021

Facial Recognition, Social Media Could Help ID Capitol Rioters

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt explained how law enforcement, social media companies and citizen investigators are involved in identifying the Capitol rioters.

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WPIX-TV Online • January 13, 2021

Extremists use 'dark web' chat rooms to plot in secret

Professor Charles Strozier, founder of the Center for Terrorism at John Jay College, commented on the momentum of the far-right, pro-Trump movement now that President Trump is leaving office.

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WPIX-TV Online • January 13, 2021

Did GOP members of Congress aid Capitol raiders? Local Dem. congresswoman launches investigation

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, discussed the legal repercussions the pro-Trump Capitol rioters may face.

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WPIX-TV Online • January 13, 2021

Video shows NYPD officer draw his firearm when confronted by protesters about mask-wearing

Adjunct Professor and Master Instructor at the NYPD Police Academy Keith Ross analyzed and commented on a video of an NYPD officer pulling out his gun in response to protesters confronting him for not wearing a face mask.

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PolitiFact • January 13, 2021

The facts behind Iowa Gov. Reynolds' Condition of the State Address

Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld discussed disbanding a police department.

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The Washington Post Online • January 13, 2021

A lone Black officer faced down a mob at the Capitol. Meet Eugene Goodman.

Adjunct Assistant Professor Dr. Keith Taylor reviewed and commented on video of a lone Capitol Police officer who led rioters away from the Senate chamber on Jan. 6.

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The Boston Globe • January 14, 2021

N.H. police chief faces calls to step down after attending Trump rally that preceded Capitol attack

Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld commented on the police officers who took part in the attack on the Capitol.

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Bloomberg News • January 14, 2021

Tracking Down Capitol Riot Suspects

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt discussed law enforcement's use of facial recognition technology to identify the Capitol rioters.

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St. Louis Post-Dispatch • January 14, 2021

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Capitol investigators try to sort real tips from noise (copy)

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Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on the Capitol police's unpreparedness after a pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol.

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TRT World • January 14, 2021

Why do our brains keep forgetting things?

Professor of Psychology Deryn Strange explained memory amplification, the tendency to remember our traumatic experiences in a distorted manner.

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Harlem World Magazine • January 14, 2021

John Jay Launches Esports Opportunities For Students From Harlem To The Hudson

John Jay's Department of Athletics, Recreation, and Intramurals is launching a new Esports program, opening up video gaming competition and team experiences to anyone with a John Jay email address.

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Times Herald-Record Online • January 14, 2021

Port Jervis police chief describes efforts to meet goals

John Jay alumnus Port Jervis Police Chief William Worden spoke about the array of police department programs instituted to address the challenges of Port Jervis.

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Wide Open Spaces • January 14, 2021

Sports Team Nicknames That Hunters, Anglers, and Outdoor Lovers Can Get Behind

The John Jay Bloodhounds sports mascot was listed as a favorite among colleges and universities for hunters.

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The Christian Science Monitor Daily • January 14, 2021

Why did police show up on both sides of 'thin blue line'?

Professor Peter Moskos, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration discussed the Capitol Police's unpreparedness and heroism during the storming of the Capitol building.

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USA Today Online • January 14, 2021

Sister of Black woman killed by U.S. Capitol Police hopes riot will shed light on troubling case

Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld explained why certain law enforcement, like the Capitol Police and the Secret Service, may use deadly force.

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eSports For Us • January 15, 2021

John Jay College Launches New, All-Inclusive Esports Program

John Jay's Department of Athletics, Recreation, and Intramurals is launching a new esports program, opening up video gaming competition and team experiences to anyone with a John Jay email address.

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The Chief • January 15, 2021

Making Russia Great Again

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro wrote a letter to the editor about how under the Trump Administration, Russia has become much stronger and more influential in geopolitical affairs.

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Home News Tribune • January 15, 2021

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Lawsuit: Faulty facial recognition locked an NJ man away in jail

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Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt explained why facial recognition technology is flawed.

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PublicSource • January 15, 2021

Facial recognition use spiked after the Capitol riot. Privacy advocates are leery.

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt discussed law enforcement's use of facial recognition technology to identify the Capitol rioters.

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Burlington County Times Online • January 15, 2021

Officials mum on plan to protect NJ Statehouse amid protests. Here's what experts say

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed how Capitol police's unpreparedness as a pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol.

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Crime Report • January 15, 2021

Campus Cops at a Crossroads

Professor Emerita Dorothy Schultz wrote an article about the budget cuts to campus police in the wake of the defund the police movement.

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City Journal Online • January 15, 2021

Going Off the Rails

Professor Emerita Dorothy Schultz wrote an article about rising transit crime as cities cut back on transit policing.

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The Baltimore Sun Online • January 15, 2021

Homicides in Baltimore County down more than 30% in 2020, but shootings spike

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann explained why there was a surge in shootings in 2020 nationwide following both the coronavirus pandemic and protests over the murder of George Floyd.

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The Hollywood Reporter Online • January 15, 2021

'Avatar' Crew Lends Support to Manhattan DA Hopeful Lucy Lang

Lucy Lang, the former Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, took part in a Zoom fundraiser that featured filmmaker James Cameron, his longtime producing partner Jon Landau and their Avatar star Sigourney Weaver. Lucy's father is Stephen Lang, a veteran actor best known for his work in Don't Breathe and as Colonel Miles Quaritch in Cameron's Avatar franchise.

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New York Post Online • January 15, 2021

Shooting, homicide surge came after 'reforms' NY's leaders said would cut crime

Work by Professor Peter Moskos, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration, was cited from his Violence Reduction project which collects information and policy recommendations to address New York City's increase in shootings in 2020.

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USA Today Online • January 15, 2021

Capitol riot investigators focus on police officers, first responders in lawless fray

Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld commented on the police officers who took part in the attack on the Capitol.

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New York Post Online • January 16, 2021

NYC shootings continue sky-rocketing surge in 2021

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the rise in NYC shootings in 2021.

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The Washington Post Online • January 16, 2021

Off-duty police were part of the Capitol mob. Now police are turning in their own.

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney commented on the police officers who took part in the attack on the Capitol.

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