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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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Health Online • June 18, 2020

These 22 Flags Represent Different LGBTQ+ Identities-Here's What Each One Means

Professor of Psychology Kevin Nadal discussed mental illness among in the LGBTQ+ community.

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WAFB-TV • July 1, 2020

WAFB 9 News This Morning

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld commented on proposals to defund the NYPD and how that would affect crime in NYC.

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WNYC-FM • July 2, 2020

WNYC-FM

Professors of Public Management Dan Feldman gave an interview on Governor Cuomo's quarantine order for travelers arriving from COVID-19 hotspots.

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KOB-TV • July 4, 2020

Eye on New Mexico

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

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KFGO-AM • July 6, 2020

Radio clip from The Mighty 790 (KFGO)

Professor of Art Crime and attorney Erin Thompson provided historical context for why controversial statues were installed and why they are currently being destroyed.

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WJCT-FM • July 6, 2020

Radio clip from The Pulse Podcast

Associate Professor of Communication and Theater Studies Greg Donaldson explained acting, the Meisner technique and the line between lying and acting.

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WABC-TV • July 6, 2020

7 On Your Side Investigates reasons behind uptick in NYC gun violence

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld commented on the high number of NYPD officers retiring now as compared to last year.

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TODAY Online - NBC Television Network • July 7, 2020

How national monuments have become a flashpoint in America's culture wars

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson gave an interview about the destruction of Confederate monuments.

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WABC-TV • July 7, 2020

Eyewitness News at 5

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld commented on the effect of ending the NYPD's plainclothes unit.

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Spectrum News NY1 • July 7, 2020

News First

Professor Emeritus Eli Silverman explained why NYC has seen a spike in gun violence as criminal justice reforms are enacted.

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WNYW-TV • July 7, 2020

Good Day Wake Up

Former NYPD Crime Analyst and Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Christopher Herrmann explained the number of reasons why there is a rise in shootings in NYC.

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WCPN-FM • July 8, 2020

Radio clip from NPR News

Professor Emeritus Martin Horn will examine Cuyahoga County jail conditions and recommend ways to fix the problems laid out by a lawsuit brought by inmates.

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WNPR-FM • July 9, 2020

Radio clip from Connecticut Public Radio

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney explained why curfews were implemented during the protests and the multitude of tasks police are not equipped to handle.

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The MPR News - Minnesota Public Radio Network • July 9, 2020

So the statues are down. Now what? Radio Interview Part 1

So the statues are down. Now what? Radio Interview Part 2

So the statues are down. Now what? Radio Interview Part 3

Professor of Art Crime and attorney Erin Thompson provided historical context for why controversial statues were installed and why they are currently being destroyed.

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WCBS-AM • July 10, 2020

Radio clip from WCBS-NY Radio

Lucy Lang, director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay, explained what the Supreme Court ruling on Trump's tax returns means.

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WGBY-TV • July 11, 2020

PBS NewsHour

Professor Daria Vaisman emphasized the differences in sentencing for far right domestic terrorists and jihadist terrorists.

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Spectrum News NY1 • July 12, 2020

News All Weekend

Adjunct Professor and former NYPD Inspector Steve Nasta explained how strong police unions protect police officers.

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WDEL-FM • July 13, 2020

The Rick Jensen Show

Director of the National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy was mentioned on a segment about the need for community policing.

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WLNY-TV • July 14, 2020

WLNY News at 9PM

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the possible repercussions of the recently passed chokehold bill.

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WNYW-TV • July 15, 2020

Good Day Wake Up

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the possibility of reimplementing the NYPD's Anti-Crime Unit after a wave of gun violence.

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Online • July 1, 2020

Former Deputy White House Counsel Joins Latham in New York

John Jay College Foundation Trustee Michael Bosworth has joined Latham & Watkins LLP as a partner in the Litigation & Trial Department and member of the White Collar Defense & Investigations Practice.

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CNN Online • July 1, 2020

Gun violence surges in major American cities in the midst of a pandemic and a policing crisis

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

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NJ.com • July 1, 2020

A man was asleep in his N.J. home. Then police broke down his door with guns drawn.

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld analyzed a violent police incident prompted when a home alarm was accidentally triggered.

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Wired Online • July 1, 2020

Virtual Criminal Justice May Make the System More Equitable

Lucy Lang, director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay, wrote an op-ed on how innovative practices that arose in response to the coronavirus pandemic need to be implemented now.

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The Hollywood Reporter • July 1, 2020

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Hollywood and the Police: A Deep, Complicated and Now Strained Relationship

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Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on Hollywood actors calling for the defunding of the police.

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Accounting Today • July 1, 2020

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Building diversity and fighting racism in the profession

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Adjunct Lecturer in Accounting Iralma Pozo wrote an op-ed on what it is like to be a person of color in accounting and how to diversify the profession.

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The Washington Post Online • July 1, 2020

Top CEOs endorse calls for police reform, another sign of momentum on the issue

Phillip A. Goff, professor and co-founder of the Center for Policing Equity at John Jay, commented on corporate America's stance on policing reform.

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Because of Them We Can • July 1, 2020

Malcolm X's Daughter Announces New Children's Book About Her Father's Life

Professor of Africana Studies Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of Malcolm X, is releasing a new children's book about her father's life.

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The Francene Marie Show • July 1, 2020

Scored Interview with Adam Scott Wandt!!!!

Assistant Professor of Public Policy Adam Scott Wandt gave an interview about cell phone surveillance during the Black Lives Matter protests and  the coronavirus pandemic.

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The Cascade Review • July 1, 2020

Stop Killer Cops? It Can Be Done

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld explained the importance of recruitment in police reform.

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The Wall Street Journal • July 2, 2020

De Blasio Faces Calls for Deeper NYPD Change After $1 Billion Budget Shift

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell criticized the positions of the mayor and the City Council on reducing the police force.

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Bloomberg News Online • July 2, 2020

A 28-Year-Old With No Degree Becomes a Must-Read on the Economy

Nathan Tankus, a John Jay undergraduate student, was profiled for being a widely followed commentator on the Federal Reserve.

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WPIX-TV Online • July 2, 2020

NYC sees uptick in shootings

Former NYPD Crime Analyst and Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Christopher Herrmann gave an interview about the rise in shootings in NYC as compared to last year.

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City Limits • July 2, 2020

New York's Pandemic Rolls On, and Prison Testing is Still an Issue

Jeffrey Coots, director of the From Punishment to Public Health initiative at John Jay, discussed the lack of transparency mechanisms in the prison system during COVID-19.

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Seattle24x7 • July 2, 2020

Phasers On Stun: Can Technology Stop the Killing?

Director of the National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy commented on the widespread access to guns and its effect on policing.

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Newsday Online • July 2, 2020

Village police department approves body cameras for officers

Professor Eric Piza commented on the expense and the impact of police body cameras on behavior.

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Wisconsin Public Radio Online • July 2, 2020

What Does Police Reform Look Like?

Director of the National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy gave an interview about what police reforms have been tried, what's worked, and what hasn't.

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KSTP-TV Online • July 2, 2020

Wild St. Paul shootout captured on video, African American Leadership Council has plan to curb violence

Director of the National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy explained how gang intervention works.

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Daily Mail - MailOnline US Bureau • July 2, 2020

Sheriff to 'deputize lawful gun owners' to confront 'lawlessness'

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell raised concerns about a sheriff saying he would deputize lawful gun owners.

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Yahoo News • July 2, 2020

How does the body react to ketamine - the drug used on Elijah McClain during fatal arrest?

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld explained how common it is for police officers to require EMTs to use ketamine to sedate suspects.

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The Gazette Online • July 4, 2020

Critics say proposed Colorado Springs police oversight flawed, destined to fail

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld explained the difference between police advisory boards and civilian oversight boards.

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KNBC-TV Online • July 4, 2020

Several SoCal Cities Tell Residents To Mask Up Or Pay Up

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall explained whether it is constitutional for the government to enforce face coverings.

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The Boston Globe Online • July 5, 2020

Amid moment of reckoning, some police chiefs leave the job to someone else

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained how the "defund the police" movement and new training protocols are affecting police chiefs.

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Co-operative News • July 5, 2020

Interview: Jessica Gordon-Nembhard on past lessons for economic empowerment

Professor Jessica Gordon Nembhard, Chair of the Africana Studies Department, discussed the history of black co-operative economic development in the context of the struggle for civil rights.

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The Progress-Index • July 5, 2020

Petersburg gets new judge, new top prosecutor

Tiffany Buckner was tapped to be the new commonwealth's attorney for Peterburg, VA. She credits her exposure to law school classes at John Jay College.

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Times Union Online • July 5, 2020

Is loss of in-person services during pandemic reason for Albany, Troy violence?

Lucy Lang, director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay, explained how the coronavirus pandemic hobbled social service agencies in NY.

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Gothamist - WNYC-FM • July 5, 2020

Cuomo Mum On How Quarantines For Hotspot Visitors Get Enforced

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall explained the need for clarity on how police will enforce the quarantine of incoming visitors from COVID-19 hot spots to New York State.

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The Philadelphia Inquirer Online • July 5, 2020

Philly planned to roll out a new anti-violence strategy in the spring. With summer underway, questions remain.

Director of the National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy is working with Philadelphia officials on their new anti-violence strategy.

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Yahoo News • July 6, 2020

The unique risk Black, disabled Americans face during police confrontations

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on the number of responsibilities police officers are tasked with.

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The Chief • July 6, 2020

FOR THE RECORD

Adjunct Assistant Professor Marc Bullaro commented on the election of Benny Boscio as president of the Correction Officers' Benevolent Association.

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Associated Press • July 6, 2020

Citing racial bias, San Francisco will end mug shots release

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on San Francisco ending the release of mug shots.

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NJ.com • July 6, 2020

N.J. cops receive millions in surplus military gear. See what your town got.

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on NJ police departments amassing military equipment.

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New York Daily News Online • July 6, 2020

Video contradicts initial NYPD account of shooting that paralyzed Wall Street trader

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell analyzed a police-involved shooting with a mentally disturbed civilian.

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The New York Times Online • July 7, 2020

Case Against Amy Cooper Lacks Key Element: Victim's Cooperation

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall commented on why Amy Cooper should be held responsible for making a false police report, despite Christian Cooper's reluctance to cooperate with prosecutors.

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TheStreet • July 7, 2020

Trump Administration Abandons Plan to Deport All-Online International Students

John Jay international student Shanjil Shrestha commented on how ICE's proposed policy that required them to take in-person classes hurts international students.

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Houston Chronicle Online • July 7, 2020

Biancolli: As we get rid of Schuyler statue, we need to own his history

Co-directors of John Jay College's New York Slavery Records Index Ned Benton and Judy-Lynne Peters have identified 150+ artworks depicting slaves and slaveholders.

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Newsday Online • July 7, 2020

Attorney general investigating East Northport police shooting

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on a deadly police encounter.

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Vox • July 7, 2020

What the police really believe

Professors Peter Moskos and Phil Goff explained police mentality and implicit bias in wake of the protests against the police.

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Ami Magazine • June 10, 2020

Policing Gets Reexamined

Professor Henry Smart explains the origins of policing in the US and how it was created to preserve the racial order. He also rejects the notion that all police are corrupt and that police forces should be abolished.

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The Post-Crescent • July 7, 2020

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Cellphones, surveillance cameras paying off for police

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Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the impact of video surveillance on law enforcement.

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Targeted News Service • July 7, 2020

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Project Impact - a BMCC Project Supporting Justice-Involved Students - Is Awarded $100,000 by Trinity Church Wall Street

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The Institute for Justice and Opportunity at John Jay College has partnered with Project Impact to offer credit-bearing courses on Rikers Island.

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LNP • July 7, 2020

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Did Abraham de Peyster, memorialized on F&M's campus, own slaves? [The Scribbler]

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Co-directors of John Jay College's New York Slavery Records Index Ned Benton and Judy-Lynne Peters have identified 150+ artworks depicting enslaved persons and enslavers.

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WPIX-TV Online • July 7, 2020

When Occupy protesters disrupted event, what organizers did next may show the way for keeping the city safe

Assistant Professor Alfred Titus Jr. emphasized the importance of community policing in reducing crime.

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WPIX-TV Online • July 7, 2020

NYPD brass call Manhattan DA a 'no show' amid police-community tensions

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the NYPD commanders who criticized Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance on Twitter.

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NewsDio • July 7, 2020

Peaks of gun violence across the United States amid a police crisis

Former NYPD Crime Analyst and Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann explained the number of reasons why there is a rise in shootings nationwide.

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Nature • July 7, 2020

China's massive effort to collect its people's DNA concerns scientists

Associate Professor of Forensic Science Mechthild Prinz commented on China's genetic database of information on people without criminal histories.

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PolitiFact • July 8, 2020

Ad Watch: Fact-checking the Trump campaign's 'defunding the police' ad

Adjunct Lecturer and former NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell fact checked an ad by President Donald Trump's reelection campaign.

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The Charlotte Observer Online • July 8, 2020

After an unusually deadly year in Charlotte, efforts to prevent violence stalled

A study by John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center on how Cure Violence program reduced shootings was cited.

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The Boston Globe Online • July 8, 2020

Police must relearn lessons they've forgotten

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney co-wrote an op-ed on the importance of data-driven policing.

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InsideClimate News • July 8, 2020

With Climate Change Intensifying Extreme Weather Events, Can At-Risk Minority Communities Rely on the Police to Keep Them Safe?

Adjunct Lecturer, prosecutor and former NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell explained why abolishing the police would be bad for public safety during climate emergencies.

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GothamGazette.com • July 8, 2020

A Month After Historic Curfew, Many Unanswered Questions About How City Policed Protests, Looting

Assistant Professor Alfred Titus Jr. and Adjunct Professor Brian Higgins commented on the NYPD's enforcement strategies around the large crowds, marches, looting, and the curfew during the Black Lives Matter protests.

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The Daily Journal • July 8, 2020

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New Jersey doesn't track utilization of no-knock warrants; Legislators look to ban police from using this tactic

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Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins gave an in-depth explanation of no-knock warrants and why they are problematic.

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Yahoo News • July 9, 2020

As COVID-19 lockdowns ease in some cities, violent crime returns to the streets

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins raised concerns about the difficulty in enforcing Gov. Phil Murphy's mask mandate.

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NBC News Online • July 9, 2020

No 'teeth' in new mask mandates, police experts say

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins raised concerns about the difficulty in enforcing  Gov. Phil Murphy’s mask mandate.

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The Morning Call Online • July 9, 2020

Relatives say Jim Thorpe man shot dead by police in Monroe County was mentally ill

Associate Professor and former captain in the Newark Police Department Jon Shane explained the inadequate training police officers receive in order to handle emotionally disturbed people.

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NBC News Online • July 9, 2020

Gun violence is surging in cities -- and hitting communities of color hardest

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

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Spectrum News NY1 Online • July 9, 2020

A Look Back at Police Unions' Long and Often Combative History with the City and State

Adjunct Professor and former NYPD Inspector Steve Nasta explained the how strong police unions protected police officers.

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Bloomberg News Online • July 9, 2020

Fed's White Men, U.S. Bankruptcies, Trade War Redux: Eco Day

Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder explained the status of women in the economics profession.

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National Review Online • July 9, 2020

The Complex Causes of the Shooting Wave in Major American Cities

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann explained the cause and effects of the surge in gun violence nationwide.

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La Voce di New York • July 9, 2020

Presidents Pardoning Felons and Turkeys: A Power That Contradicts American Law?

Adjunct Assistant Professor Marc Bullaro wrote an op-ed on the constitutional origins of the presidential pardon and how it has been misused throughout history.

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FOX News Channel Online • July 10, 2020

An uptick in NYPD retirements and a canceled police cadet class 'could spell disaster for the city'

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the low morale among police officers.

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The New York Times Online • July 10, 2020

Amy Cooper Faces Charges After Calling Police on Black Bird-Watcher

Lucy Lang, Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay, commented on the case against Amy Cooper, who is facing a criminal charge for filing a false police report.

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Winston-Salem Journal Online • July 10, 2020

Use of masks varies at N.C. jails. Experts say that's risky - and not just for inmates.

Jeffrey Coots, the director of the From Punishment to Public Health initiative, explained how jail conditions exacerbate the spread of COVID-19.

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Footwear News Online • July 10, 2020

'Black at Nike' Is Proof Corporate Diversity Initiatives Don't Fix Racism

Psychology Professor Kevin Nadal defined microaggressions.

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The Daily Journal - Online • July 15, 2020

More NJ cops failed drug tests in 2019, towns fell short on mandates

Professor and former Police Commissioner of the City of Paterson Michael Walker commented on the lack of penalties for police departments that fail to meet NJ's mandatory drug testing policy.

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Vox • July 10, 2020

The debate over reopening America's K-12 schools, explained

Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder explained the difficulties many single-parent, lower-paid workers have in juggling the dual burden of working and managing their kids' education.

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Online • July 10, 2020

Immigrant Justice Corps Announces Class of 2020 Community Fellows

John Jay alumnus Steven Vivas is an Immigrant Justice Corps 2020 Community Fellow. The IJC is the country's first fellowship program dedicated to meeting immigrants' need for high-quality legal assistance.

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New York Daily News Online • July 10, 2020

Don't break CUNY students' backs

John Jay alumna Lisa Nishimura wrote an op-ed on the $200 tuition hike and $120 health and wellness fee for CUNY students.

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Yahoo News • July 15, 2020

As COVID-19 lockdowns ease in some cities, violent crime returns to the streets

Adjunct Lecturer and former NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on the surge in shootings in NYC.

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GothamGazette.com • July 10, 2020

My Dream was to Become a Cop; Then Things Changed

John Jay alumnus Jerel Pena Duran wrote an op-ed on how his John Jay education helped him to change his career pursuits from policing to social work.

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Shelter Island Reporter - Online • July 11, 2020

Suffolk Closeup: Why is Long Island honoring a racist? - Shelter Island Reporter

Public Policy Professor Jason Haber wrote a piece in the New York Daily News last year about the racist legacy of Robert Moses as efforts to remove controversial statues make headlines.

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LIHerald.com • July 11, 2020

Group home residents remain under strict restrictions as parents fight Gov. Cuomo to ease what they see as a lockdown

Adjunct Professor and former Deputy Managing Editor at the NY Daily News Jim Mulvaney condemned Gov. Cuomo's tough restrictions on group homes for the developmentally-disabled.

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MSN News • July 11, 2020

Questionable tactics by deputies in Andres Guardado killing put pressure on sheriff

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell analyzed a deadly police encounter and explained police tactics when handling armed civilians.

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The Chronicle of Social Change • July 11, 2020

Brooklyn Police, Prosecutor Misconduct Found in 25 Wrongful Convictions

Brooklyn's District Attorney Eric Gonzalez released a report concluding that police and prosecutorial misconduct contributed to the wrongful convictions of 25 New Yorkers. The report cited Professor of Psychology Saul Kassin's expertise in false confessions of juveniles.

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La Republica (CO) • July 11, 2020

ΏQuiιn es el joven Nathan Tankus y por quι es famoso entre los analistas econσmicos?

Nathan Tankus, a John Jay undergraduate student, was profiled for being a widely followed commentator on the Federal Reserve.

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Wiler Zeitung • July 11, 2020

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Phillip A. Goff, professor and co-founder of the Center for Policing Equity at John Jay, explained the nationwide surge in homicides.

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New York Post • July 11, 2020

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'Don't shoot, please'Blas' gun fix: unarmed volunteers

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Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on DeBlasio's role in the surge of gun violence. Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld criticized the Mayor's policy on using community members to combat gun violence.

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The Chief • July 11, 2020

AG: Have Commission Pick Head of NYPD

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld criticized state Attorney General's recommendations on decriminalizing minor offenses.

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Los Angeles Magazine Online • July 11, 2020

The LAPD Officer Who Shot Daniel Hernandez Is a Firearms Influencer-and Daughter of a Powerful Police Union Figure

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld analyzed a deadly police encounter and explained standard police tactics.

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New York Daily News Online • July 12, 2020

No easy answers in violence surge blame game

Adjunct Lecturer and former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell wrote an op-ed about the number of factors that have contributed to New York City's recent outbreak of gun violence.

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Times Union • July 12, 2020

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Co-directors of John Jay College's New York Slavery Records Index Ned Benton and Judy-Lynne Peters have identified 150+ artworks depicting enslaved persons and enslavers.

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City • July 13, 2020

Advocates Hang Hopes on Hung-Up Albany Bills to Curb Aggressive Police Interrogations of Kids

Assistant Professor of Psychology Emily Haney-Caron commented on why the 2019 juvenile interrogations bill is necessary to protect youth.

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Record Online • July 13, 2020

How Stockton changed public safety after bankruptcy forced Stockton to defund police

Director of the National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy commented on police reform efforts in Stockton, California.

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Sojourners Online • July 13, 2020

International Students Grapple with Uncertainty Following ICE Ban

Doctoral candidate Kanchana Karthik was one of many affected by ICE's move to bar international students under the F-1 and M-1 visas from the country.

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The Miami Herald Online • July 13, 2020

Among advocates' fears for Florida's incarcerated youth during pandemic: Sexual abuse

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic explained anonymity and the underreporting of sexual abuse in the criminal justice system.

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The New Yorker Online • July 13, 2020

The High-Finance Mogul in Charge of Our Economic Recovery

Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder explained the effect of the CARES Act on individuals and businesses.

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Daily Republic Online • July 14, 2020

Are Police Protests Leading to an Increase in Crime? [Governing]

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann explained the cause and effects of the surge in gun violence nationwide.

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WNYC-AM Online • July 14, 2020

The 'Cure Violence' Model of Public Safety

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research & Evaluation Center at John Jay, gave an interview on The Brian Lehrer Show about the CURE Violence model, a public health approach rather than a law enforcement model to combatting gun violence.

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The American Prospect • July 14, 2020

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Assistant Professor of Economics J,W. Mason wrote a review of economist Stephanie Kelton's new book "The Deficit Myth."

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Governing • July 14, 2020

Are Police Protests Leading to an Increase in Crime?

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann explained the cause and effects of the surge in gun violence nationwide.

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Tampa Bay Times • July 14, 2020

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Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney commented on an incident where an armed bipolar woman was killed by police.

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KYW-TV Online • July 14, 2020

Allentown Police Release Video Showing Moments Before Officer Restrained Man With Knee On Neck, Sparking Protests

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone analyzed and commented on surveillance video of Allentown police kneeling on a man's head and neck.

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Herald-Sun Online • July 15, 2020

Use of masks varies at NC jails. Experts say that's risky - and not just for inmates.

Jeff Coots, the Director of John Jay's From Punishment to Public Health initiative, discussed social distancing in jail populations amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

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WCBS-TV Online • July 15, 2020

'You Can Feel Change Coming'

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the possible repercussions of the chokehold bill.

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New York Daily News Online • July 15, 2020

As violence surges in Mayor de Blasio's New York, critics question his approach

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld commented on Mayor deBlasio's emphasis on the Cure Violence Program in stopping gun violence.

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The Post Millennial • July 15, 2020

Black community leaders ask for anti-crime unit to be brought back following increased gun violence

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the disbanding of Anti-Crime units of plainclothes officers.

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Yahoo News • July 15, 2020

States issue mask mandates, but can they make them stick?

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained the issues with enforcing the state mandate on face masks.

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The New York Times Online • July 15, 2020

The Wave of Gun Violence in N.Y.C.

Former NYPD Crime Analyst and Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Christopher Herrmann commented on the rise in shootings.

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