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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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U.S. News & World Report • July 29, 2020

As U.S. Police Struggle to Hire, Next-Generation Cops Seek More Humane Approach

President Karol Mason and two John Jay students were interviewed for an article on how to reform policing as police recruiters face a crisis in recruitment and retention (Note: story was also in New York Times).

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One America News Network • July 31, 2020

OAN Breaking News Live With Patrick Hussion

President Karol Mason and two John Jay students were interviewed for a story on how to reform policing as police recruiters face a crisis in recruitment and retention.

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Spectrum News Central New York Online • July 16, 2020

Former Manhattan ADA says Crime Spike Not Due to Recent Police Reforms

Lucy Lang, Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay, explained the reasons for the rise in crime in NYC.

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WNYW-TV • July 17, 2020

Bail Reform

Lucy Lang, Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay, explained bail requirements and concerns about race after a Black Lives Matter protester assaulted several police officers.

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WNYW-TV • July 20, 2020

Trader Joe's is Rebranding Some of Its Products

Professors Shonna Trinch & Ed Snajdr spoke about Trader Joe's changing the names of products that currently refer to different ethnicities and how it reflects better awareness of offensive stereotypes.

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WNYC-FM • July 20, 2020

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Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained why COVID-19 masks are making it difficult for police to fight crime.

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TODAY Online - NBC Television Network • July 21, 2020

What is behind the uptick in violence in major cities this summer?

Professor Christopher Herrmann gave an in-depth analysis of the reasons behind the summer crime spike.

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ABC News • July 22, 2020

20/20: The Last Defense: Julius Jones – A Special Edition of 20/20 Watch Full Episode

Professor Emeritus Lawrence Kobilinsky commented on DNA evidence and how it was handled in the death row case of Julius Jones.

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CGTN America • July 21, 2020

Gloria Browne Marshall on protests in Portland

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall gave an interview about the Black Lives Matter protests in Portland where she says federal authorities arrested peaceful protesters without cause.

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Spectrum News NY1 • July 22, 2020

Inside City Hall

Professor of Political Science Susan Kang spoke about the progressive insurgents who have won in the NY State Assembly and in Congress.

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WNYW-TV • July 22, 2020

Security for Judges after Deadly Shooting

Professor of Security Management Robert McCrie explained why judges are targets.

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WNYW-TV • July 23, 2020

Michael Cohen to be Released Again to Home Confinement

Professor of Public Management Dan Feldman explained why a judge's decision to release attorney Michael Cohen is constitutional.

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PBS Online • July 24, 2020

Some parents may be pushed out of the workforce due to lack of child care

Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder explained the difficulty single parents face as they juggle working from home and managing their kids' education during the coronavirus pandemic.

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WNYW-TV • July 27, 2020

300 Homeless Men move into Upper West Side Hotel

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic explained the recidivism rate for sex offenders.

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Fox News at Night with Shannon Bream - FOX News Channel • July 30, 2020

Crime Wave: Mayor DeBasio Funding 'Violence Interrupters' in NYC

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research & Evaluation Center at John Jay, explained how the Cure Violence program has helped communities.

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WNYC-FM • July 31, 2020

WNYC-FM

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained the NYPD's warrant squad.

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Vox • July 16, 2020

America's child care problem is an economic problem

Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder explained how the coronavirus and childcare crises are particularly hard on a subset of parents.

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Tampa Bay Times Online • July 16, 2020

Mental illness and the police: Was a deadly Pasco shooting avoidable?

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney commented on a police officer-involved fatality with a mentally-ill civilian.

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ProPublica • July 16, 2020

We Reviewed Police Tactics Seen in Nearly 400 Protest Videos. Here's What We Found.

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained the police use of force policy for controlling crowds of protesters.

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Viportal • July 17, 2020

The Fall of 'Terrace House'

Professor of Psychology Kevin Nadal defined microaggressions.

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The New York Times Online • July 17, 2020

Brandis Kemp, Character Actress and 'Fridays' Original, Dies at 76

Brandis Kemp, a character actress and ‘Fridays’ original, taught speech classes for police officers and firefighters at John Jay. She passed away recently at age 76.

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The Indypendent - Online • July 17, 2020

I've Survived the COVID Pandemic. So Far. Now What?

Adjunct Professor and playwright Karen Malpede reflected on the meaning of life and creativity during the coronavirus lockdown.

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Rolling Stone Online • July 17, 2020

RS Reports: Progressive City, Brutal Police

Phillip Atiba Goff, CEO of the Center for Policing Equity at John Jay, explained the history of policing in America.

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CNN Online • July 17, 2020

The outcome of the Freddie Gray case is a cautionary tale for prosecutors in the George Floyd case

Professor Peter Moskos, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration, commented on Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s charges against the officers involved in the death of Freddie Gray.

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The Oregonian • July 17, 2020

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Experts analyze video of federal officer shooting demonstrator

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Adjunct Professor James Dooley, a retired New York Police Department captain, commented on the use of force when a federal officer critically wounded a demonstrator.

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The News Journal • July 17, 2020

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State sees spike in gun violence; More than 50 wounded in the last month-and-a-half

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Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann gave an in-depth analysis of the reasons behind the summer crime spike.

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NJTV Online • July 17, 2020

Increase in gun violence seen throughout New Jersey

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann explained the impact of COVID-19 on crime.

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HuffPost • July 17, 2020

6 Things White Kids Say About Race That Parents Should Call Out Now

Professor of Psychology Kevin Nadal explained racial prejudices.

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Star Tribune Online • July 18, 2020

Metro Transit ambassadors, other safety measures languish at Capitol

Professor Emerita Dorothy Schulz, a retired captain of the Metro-North Commuter Railroad Police Department, commented on the concept of unarmed transit ambassadors.

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Wausau Pilot & Review • July 18, 2020

'Room for improvement,' but could be a lot worse

Assistant Professor of Public Administration Henry Smart III explained the laws and policy in Wisconsin on investigating police related-deaths and personnel records.

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The Philadelphia Inquirer Online • July 18, 2020

In the Philly region, fired cops have shuffled to new departments. New laws aim to change that.

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld explained how the lack of universal standards for hiring officers is problematic.

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The World News • July 18, 2020

In wake of Floyd killing, screening of US police recruits under focus

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on the need for reform in police recruitment.

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MSN News • July 18, 2020

Snapchat grudges, COVID-19 pressures drive US shooting epidemic

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann gave an in-depth analysis of the reasons behind the summer crime spike.

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Yahoo News • July 19, 2020

Historians debate America's history of racism and Confederate monuments

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson explained the origins of Confederate monuments.

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New York Daily News Online • July 19, 2020

Is this the end of crime decline?

Professor Peter Moskos, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration, wrote an op-ed about the number of factors that have contributed to New York City's spike in crime.

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Newsday Online • July 20, 2020

Police rely on education, 'fatherly lecture' to help enforce mask usage

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained the problems with enforcing mask mandates in the wake of protests against the police.

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The Advocate Online • July 20, 2020

4 years after Alton Sterling, here's what reviews of police shootings look like in Baton Rouge

Statistics from the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution on the number of people killed by law enforcement annually was cited by The Advocate.

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USA Today (EU) • July 20, 2020

Gun violence: Shootings on the rise in some cities across the nation

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann explained why nationwide anti-police sentiment contributes to the surge in firearm purchases.

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CILQ-FM (Q107) Online • July 31, 2020

Donald Trump wants to discredit the U.S. election, not delay it.

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall explained why Trump's allegations of illegal mail-in voting sows doubt in the electoral process.

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The Chief • July 31, 2020

A Travesty Of Leadership

Adjunct Assistant Professor Marc Bullaro wrote a letter to the editor criticizing both President Trump and Mayor Bill de Blasio's handling of the protests, vandalism and rise in crime.

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amNewYork METRO Online • July 21, 2020

Anti-violence groups in Brooklyn take on the rise of shootings in the borough

Dr. Jeffrey Butts, the director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay College of Criminal Justice explained why community-based anti-violence initiatives are more effective in the long run than mass incarceration.

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The Raw Story • July 21, 2020

Fox News pundit issues dire warning for Republicans

Associate Professor of Political Science Brian Arbour explained why it's a mistake to underestimate Democratic voters’ disdain for Trump.

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The World News • July 31, 2020

We train police to be warriors - and then send them out to be social workers

Professor Peter Moskos, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration, explained how police officers spend their time on the job.

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The 74 • July 22, 2020

The 74 Interview: Political Scientist Heath Brown on COVID-19 and the Politics of Homeschooling

Assistant Professor of Public Policy Heath Brown gave an interview about homeschooling as the coronavirus pandemic forces millions of parents into part-time teacher roles.

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New York Daily News Online • July 22, 2020

What young people and the police can learn from each other

Assistant Professor Nina Rose Fischer wrote an op-ed on how to successfully address the traumatic effects of aggressive policing.

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marketscreener.com • July 22, 2020

Fake Businesses Are Fooling Real Banks Into Processing Online Drug Purchases -- Update

Assistant Professor of Public Policy Adam Wandt commented on payment processors and transaction laundering.

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The Washington Post Online • July 22, 2020

It's long past time to let incarcerated citizens vote

Lucy Lang, Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay, wrote an op-ed on allowing incarcerated citizens to vote.

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Manchester Ink • July 22, 2020

Police want more special training on mental illness diversion and deescalation, but it's expensive

Professors Thomas Kucharski and Diana Falkenbach facilitate Crisis Intervention Training in Manchester on the ways mental illnesses or disabilities manifest and how to deescalate and divert people from the criminal justice system to community mental healthcare.

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Gloucester Daily Times Online • July 22, 2020

Column: The view from here

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson discussed the destruction of Confederate monuments.

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The Washington Post Online • July 22, 2020

Few Americans want to abolish police, Gallup survey finds

Phillip A. Goff, professor and co-founder of the Center for Policing Equity at John Jay, commented on how a survey asking about defunding the police was unclear because it didn't strictly define the term. It also didn't seperate out rural and urban settings.

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Yahoo News • July 22, 2020

Police officers killed surge 28% this year and some point to civil unrest and those looking to exploit it

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld analyzed the data on the upticks in police officer killings during years when there have been major incidents of civil unrest.

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The New York Times • July 22, 2020

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Cities Say Federal Help Is Sought to Fight Crime, Not to Fight Protesters

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Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann analyzed the crime statistics on the nationwide summer crime spike.

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Asbury Park Press • July 22, 2020

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Experts: Both sides made mistakes in Ocean Twp. arrest

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Adjunct Professor James Dooley, a retired New York Police Department captain, commented on the use of force during a police encounter with a civilian where guns were drawn.

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Relatorio Reservado • July 31, 2020

Policiais batem o 'maior fumo' no trabalho em carro do batalhγo

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld commented on the two NYPD police officers who were filmed on a corner of the Bronx smoking hookah in an official car.

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MSN UK • July 23, 2020

President has right to deploy federal agents to cities, expert says

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld said the president has the right to send federal troops to cities to protect federal buildings, and when there is the suspicion of domestic terrorism.

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The Hechinger Report Online • July 23, 2020

OPINION: The devastating consequences of leaving higher education out of prison reform

Lucy Lang, Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay, wrote an op-ed on the need to invest in higher-education opportunities both during and after incarceration.

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GothamGazette.com • July 23, 2020

Wave of LGBT Candidates Eyes City Council Seats in 2021 Elections

John Jay alumna Elisa Crespo, a transgender woman, is currently running for City Council in 2021.

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HuffPost • July 23, 2020

Trump's Incursion Into Cities Distracts From A Real Gun Violence Crisis

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann explained why Trump's plan to send hundreds of federal law enforcement officers to cities racked with gun violence is problematic.

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Yahoo News • July 23, 2020

Chicago activists worried as federal officers target city

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann gave an in-depth analysis of the reasons behind the summer rise in shootings and murders.

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The Wall Street Journal • July 23, 2020

Rise in Weekly Unemployment Claims Points to Faultering Job Recovery

Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder explained what the rise in unemployment applications means.

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VOA News Online • July 24, 2020

What Pandemic, Lockdown and Weather Are Doing to US Crime Rate

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann gave an in-depth analysis of the reasons behind the summer crime spike.

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Bloomberg News Online • July 31, 2020

Ex-Fed Economist Says Profession Is Racist, Sexist, Elitist

Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder discussed racial, ethnic and gender inequality in the U.S., and how the Fed can diversify.

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The Chief • July 24, 2020

Trump Takes Knee for Putin

Adjunct Assistant Professor Marc Bullaro wrote a letter to the editor criticizing Trump's inaction on Putin and his stance on kneeling during the flag.

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Deutsche Welle - English • July 25, 2020

US elections 2020: How much of a problem is voter suppression?

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria Browne-Marshall explained how undocumented immigrants are counted, the upcoming 2020 election and the effect of the pandemic on the election.

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The Intercept • July 26, 2020

Baltimore's Violence Interrupters Confront Shootings, the Coronavirus, and Corrupt Cops

Jeffrey Butts, director of the Research & Evaluation Center, spoke about productive ways for police and violence interrupters to work together.

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NewsCaf • July 26, 2020

An AI hiring firm says it can predict job hopping based on your interviews

A paper by Adjunct Associate Professor Nathan Newman is referenced to explain the effect of big data on employment discrimination.

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The Intercept • July 26, 2020

Reform Prosecutor in Kansas Excluded From "Objective" Task Force on Policing

Motion for Justice is an initiative focused on centering racial equity in prosecution reform, co-created by the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution.

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Gloucester city news • July 27, 2020

Brace Yourself for the Truth: All Kids Lie!

Angela Crossman, professor and chair of the Department of Psychology, explained the parental strategy of using promises to guarantee truths from children.

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Stamford Advocate Online • July 27, 2020

US prison populations down 8% amid coronavirus outbreak

Professor Emeritus Martin Horn explained how the pandemic has slowed the entire criminal justice system.

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spiked • July 27, 2020

'The protests were whiter than the police department'

Professor Peter Moskos, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration, spoke about race, policing and mass incarceration.

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HuffPost • July 27, 2020

The NYPD Can See Millions Of Arrest Records That Were Supposed To Be Sealed

Adjunct Professor and attorney Hermann Walz commented on NYPD's Crime Data Warehouse which contains millions of sealed arrest reports that police access easily.

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LA Progressive • July 27, 2020

Cure Violence With Understanding, Empathy

Sheyla Delgado, deputy director for analytics at the Research & Evaluation Center, explained why Cure Violence programs are effective.

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The Philadelphia Citizen • July 31, 2020

Why Philly should fund Commissioner Danielle Outlaw's crime-fighting plan

Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw is working with the National Network for Safe Communities to start the Gun Violence Initiative there.

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Einpresswire.com • July 28, 2020

New York Secretary of State Rossana Rosado Inducted to the Westchester Women's Hall of Fame

John Jay alumna New York State Secretary of State Rossana Rosado is the first Hispanic woman to be inducted into the Westchester Women's Hall of Fame.

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MSN News • July 28, 2020

4 Ways to Join the Food Justice Movement as a Total Beginner

Professor Jessica Gordon Nembhard's book "Collective Courage" was recommended as a way to deepen understanding on the topic of black food justice activism.

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New York Daily News Online • July 28, 2020

The smart way to stop shootings

Lucy Lang, Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay, co-wrote an op-ed on ending gun violence in NYC.

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WFPL-FM - Online • July 28, 2020

After Civil Unrest Like May Protests, LMPD Must Analyze Its Response. It Hasn't

Adjunct Assistant Professor Dr. Keith Taylor explained the factors that would impede the police from completing after-action reports.

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New York Post • July 31, 2020

Hookah cops are so busted!

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld commented on the two NYPD police officers who were filmed on a corner of the Bronx smoking hookah in an official car.

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The Providence Journal Online • July 28, 2020

Clash of protesters, police reverberates in Providence

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney commented on a police car driving towards protesters.

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PolitiFact • July 29, 2020

Ad Watch: Super PAC attacks Biden in misleading 'defund the police' ad

Adjunct Lecturer Eugene O'Donnell and Professor of Criminal Justice Candace McCoy commented on whether defunding police would make extend 911 response times.

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Alabama Political Reporter • July 29, 2020

Activists push for community-led gun violence prevention in an Alabama city

The National Network for Safe Communities analyzed the effectiveness of the Birmingham Violence Reduction Initiative.

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Progressive Online • July 29, 2020

The Death of a Meatpacker

Associate Professor Jamie Longazel wrote an op-ed about a meatpacker who died from COVID-19, which his family thinks he got due to working conditions at Cargill's Hazleton plant.

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Z Magazine Online • July 29, 2020

Baltimore's Violence Interrupters

Jeffrey Butts, director of the Research & Evaluation Center, spoke about productive ways for police and violence interrupters to work together.

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The Courier-Journal • July 29, 2020

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Feds say one of city's 'most violent' gangs brought down; 14 members of major drug ring charged after yearlong effort

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Russell Coleman, the U.S. attorney for the Western District of Kentucky, and Louisville police are working with the National Network for Safe Communities to start the group violence intervention program there.

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Newsday • July 29, 2020

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NYC shootings stats match total for 2019

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Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained the reasons for the rise in crime in NYC.

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FOX News Channel Online • July 30, 2020

NYC's 2020 tally of shooting victims surpasses 2019 level in July, stats show

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained the reasons for the rise in crime in NYC.

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The Patriot Post • July 30, 2020

The Future of De-escalation | City Journal

John Jay College psychology professors and seasoned police officers educate less experienced officers about handling people with serious mental illnesses.

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Global News Online • July 30, 2020

Donald Trump suggests delaying U.S. election due to mail-in voting

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall explained who, according to the constitution, has the power to delay the election.

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Harlem World • July 30, 2020

Giving New Meaning To Slavery-Related Artwork From Harlem To The Hudson

John Jay Professors Ned Benton and Judy-Lynne Peters, co-directors of the New York Slavery Records Index project, have identified more than 150 works of art in more than 26 museums and organizations across the country that depict enslaved people in New York.

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GothamGazette.com • July 31, 2020

What Prosecutors Must Do To Fight Anti-Semitism

Lucy Lang, Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay, wrote an op-ed on how prosecutors can address the rise in anti-Semitic crimes.

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WABC-TV Online • July 30, 2020

NJ law enforcement experts cite research supporting higher education for police officers

Adjunct Assistant Professor John Vespucci, a police officer in New York state for the past 24 years, explained the correlation between education and police use of force.

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Bloomberg News Online • July 30, 2020

As Murders Rise, New York City Turns to a Police Alternative

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research & Evaluation Center at John Jay, explained how violence interrupters stop the cycle of gang retaliation. His study, "The Effects of Cure Violence in the South Bronx and East New York, Brooklyn," was also cited.

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Chron.com • July 30, 2020

Unsolved Murder of TV Executive Drives Foundation's Work for a Safer NYC

Thomas Hyland, a retired NYPD detective and adjunct Professor, discussed the murder of John Reisenbach during a peak crime wave that plagued New York City in the 1980s.

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StateScoop • July 30, 2020

Government can avoid the ransomware question with strong cyber policy

Corye Douglas, a John Jay alumnus and national guardsman for New York State, wrote an article about sound cybersecurity policy.

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Bloomberg News Online • July 30, 2020

White America Got a Head Start on Small-Business Virus Relief

Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder explained how the delay of PPP loan applications affects small businesses.

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Yahoo News • July 30, 2020

NYPD Perfected Chilling Arrests Way Before Feds in Portland

Adjunct Lecturer and former NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell explained the tactics of the NYPD's warrant squad.

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The Boston Globe • July 30, 2020

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Trump bets on law and disorder as a path to reelection; It's easy to see this as another cynical move, designed to provoke anger and unrest in urban America -- and more fear in the rest of the country.

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Director of the National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy commented on Trump dispatching federal troops to cities racked by violence.

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Harlem World Magazine • July 30, 2020

E. Harlem's CCCADI Appointments Manuela Arciniegas As New Board Member

Adjunct Professor Manuela Arciniegas was appointed to the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute's Board of Directors.

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The Hill Online • July 31, 2020

Would Kamala Harris be disloyal if she were VP?

Associate Professor of Political Science Brian Arbour wrote an op-ed on why, if elected, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) would be a loyal vice president to Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

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