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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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KNPR-FM • June 16, 2020

Take Two

Louisa Aviles, Director of the Group Violence Intervention at John Jay's National Network for Safe Communities gave an interview on President Trump's executive order on policing, chokeholds, and the police officer accountability.

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KOB-TV • June 17, 2020

Eyewitness News 4 @ 6:30

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

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Spectrum News NY1 • June 17, 2020

News All Day

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on NYPD Commissioner Shea's move to disband the NYPD Street Crime unit of plainclothes officers.

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WPIX-TV • June 17, 2020

PIX11 News

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld explained why President Trump's executive order on policing falls short.

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NPR/National Public Radio • June 18, 2020

The Takeaway with Tanzina Vega

Adjunct Professor and former Deputy Managing Editor at the NY Daily News Jim Mulvaney gave an extended interview on the relationship between the press and police especially during the Black Lives Matter protests.

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WCBS-TV • June 18, 2020

CBS Evening News With Norah O'Donnell

Chris Burbank, vice president of strategic partnerships at John Jay's Center for Policing Equity, discussed the national crisis of distrust in policing and its cause.

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WPIX-TV • June 23, 2020

PIX11 Morning News 07:00 AM

John Jay alumnus Dino Abbas was featured on Pix 11 for graduating this spring with a BA in Forensic Psychology.

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WNYW-TV • June 23, 2020

Good Day New York

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Alfred S. Titus Jr. commented on changes to decades-old rules shielding police disciplinary records from the public.

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WPIX-TV • June 24, 2020

Health department: City under-counted police-involved deaths of civilians for years

Lucy Lang, director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay, commented on the new report from the New York City's Department of Health on the number of civilians who died in police interactions.

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WNYW-TV • June 25, 2020

FOX 5 News at 5

John Jay College's Research and Evaluation Center's evaluation of the NYC Mayor's Action Plan for Neighborhood Safety (MAP) was cited in a story on the drop in crime in public housing.

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WPIX-TV Online • June 30, 2020

Should CompStat be eliminated? A history and analysis of the crime tally provide answers

Professor Emeritus Eli Silverman explained how CompStat statistics on crime can be manipulated.

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WTIC-AM • June 28, 2020

America: Changed Forever

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

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WNYT-TV • June 29, 2020

Newschannel 13 Early Today

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on a violent incident between police and civilians in Harlem.

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Spectrum News Albany • June 30, 2020

Spectrum News Capital Region

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld explained the negative consequences of disbanding the police.

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INSIDER • June 16, 2020

Police have traditionally protested anti-police rhetoric by making fewer arrests. Right now that's exactly what the public wants.

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the police organizing work slowdowns in response to the protests.

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InsideClimate News • June 16, 2020

In New York's 16th Congressional District, a Progressive Challenge to the Democratic Establishment Splits Climate Groups

Associate Professor of Political Science Brian Arbour commented on New York's 16th Congressional District race.

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Brooklyn Eagle Online • June 16, 2020

At Brooklyn Women's Bar Association ceremony, Natoya McGhie to become president

John Jay alumna Natoya McGhie, a former attorney for the Legal Aid Society, will officially be sworn in as president of the Brooklyn Women's Bar Association.

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New York State Bar Association • June 16, 2020

Addressing Systemic Racism in the Aftermath of George Floyd's Murder

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall discussed the history of systemic racism, institutional racism, and the path forward.

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The Times-Picayune & New Orleans Advocate Online/NOLA.com • June 16, 2020

Why NOPD changed French Quarter commanders: alleged relationship with subordinate and payroll fraud

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the record of New Orleans Police Department 8th District Commander Octavio Baldassaro, who was stripped of his command.

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PoliceOne • June 16, 2020

Why it is time for a Hippocratic Oath for policing

Director of the National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy discussed whether the field of policing should have its own Hippocratic Oath.

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The News & Observer Online • June 16, 2020

Fact check: Do NC police officers train for only half as long as barbers do?

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney explored the flaws in law enforcement training curricula.

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The Record & Herald News Online/NorthJersey.com • June 16, 2020

Murphy administration cites 'terrorism' concerns to keep NJ coronavirus weak points secret

Peter Romaniuk, director of the Center on Terrorism at John Jay, commented on the connection between personal protective equipment and acts of extremism.

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Spectrum News New York One • June 16, 2020

Where to Begin with Criminal Justice Reform

Lucy Lang, director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay, gave an extended interview on police reform, criminal prosecutions of police, and more.

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Zoom • June 16, 2020

Health and Justice: Restoring Communities Beyond the Pandemic

Jeff Coots, the Director of John Jay's From Punishment to Public Health initiative, discussed public health strategies and solutions to decarcerate NYC's jail populations amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

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Star Tribune Online • June 17, 2020

OPINION EXCHANGE | Counterpoint: Alternatives to replace a police force already exist

Professor of Anthropology Leah Entenmann wrote an op-ed about the wealth of alternative community safety practices.

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The News-Herald • June 17, 2020

It's not 'defund,' it's 're-fund' police; and better names for our military bases

This articles cites testimony by Director of the Center for Policing Equity Phillip Atiba Goff before the House Judiciary Committee on law enforcement practices.

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City Limits • June 17, 2020

Cutting the Police Budget Means Revising the Role Cops Play in Today's NYC

Professor Emeritus Eli Silverman explained why the NYPD's responsibilities have increased over time.

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The Verge • June 17, 2020

Police body cam videos can underplay officer brutality

Doctoral student Kristyn Jones explained why bystander and surveillance camera footage from a police interaction may be more beneficial than just police body camera footage.

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NJ.com • June 30, 2020

Police don't have body cams in 4 of N.J.'s biggest towns. Here's why.

Professor Eric Piza commented on the expense and use of police body cameras in New Jersey.

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USA Today Online • June 17, 2020

COVID-19 pandemic run on guns underscores the need for more research - about gun safety

Vice President of Arnold Ventures and former John Jay College President Jeremy Travis co-wrote an article about the need for more gun research to improve public safety.

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The Washington Post Online • June 17, 2020

Protests spread over police shootings. Police promised reforms. Every year, they still shoot and kill nearly 1,000 people.

Phillip A. Goff, professor and co-founder of the Center for Policing Equity at John Jay, explained the nationwide frustration with police amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

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Portland Press Herald Online • June 17, 2020

Portland police arrest data mirrors national race disparity, calls for deeper look, experts say

Professor Emerita Delores Jones-Brown explained what needs to be done to investigate the statistical disparity in high arrest rates for blacks in Portland.

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The Journal News Online • June 17, 2020

Trump signs order addressing police misconduct, but some experts say it's not enough

Director of the National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy explained why President Trump's executive order on policing falls short.

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PolitiFact • June 18, 2020

Donald Trump falsely says Obama administration did not try to do police reforms

Director of the National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy spoke about the Obama administration's police reform efforts.

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Queens Courier - Online • June 18, 2020

Mayor visits Jamaica anti-violence organization to discuss community-based initiative

Work by John Jay's Research Evaluation Center of Crisis Management Systems is cited in the article.

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FiveThirtyEight • June 18, 2020

Which States Are Taking on Police Reform After George Floyd?

Professor of Public Management Dan Feldman commented on the shift in public opinion after the footage of the murder of George Floyd.

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Caribbean American Weekly • June 18, 2020

Anger and Demand for Answers as Cops Seem to 'Deputize' Inwood Anti-Looting Posse

Adjunct Associate Professor James Dooley, a retired NYPD captain, explained why Inwood police deputizing civilians is problematic.

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Thomson Reuters Foundation • June 18, 2020

Defunding the police: Does Europe offer lessons for the U.S.?

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney discussed policing in the US and police reform.

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Officer.com • June 18, 2020

NYPD to Disband Elite Plainclothes Anti-Crime Units

Adjunct Lecturer and former NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell condemned the decision to disband the NYPD's plainclothes unit.

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Orlando Sentinel Online • June 18, 2020

COVID-19 limits on visits to juvenile detention facilities leave advocates worried

Director of the Research and Evaluation Center Jeffrey Butts explained the harm arising from COVID-19 limits on visits to juvenile detention facilities.

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The Santa Fe New Mexican Online • June 18, 2020

Balancing gun, assembly rights tricky for New Mexico leaders, police

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on state law amendments to ban firearms at protests.

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Spectrum News Central New York Online • June 18, 2020

De Blasio Announces Changes to NYPD Disciplinary Records Release

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins recommended a process for handling officers wrongly accused of misconduct.

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WPIX-TV Online • June 18, 2020

Concern over violent crime as police reforms take effect

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on the rise in shootings in New York City.

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Burnett County Sentinel - Online • June 18, 2020

Released sex offender will be homeless

Professor Cynthia Calkins's APA article "Can sex offenders be incarcerated for being homeless?" was cited in an article about a pedophile's release from jail.

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New York Daily News Online • June 18, 2020

Trump signs executive order on police reform, doesn't mention racism despite continuing George Floyd protests

Lucy Lang, Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay, emphasized why the failure to acknowledge systemic racism in President Trump's executive order on policing is problematic.

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UpNorthNews • June 18, 2020

4 Black Men Were Found Hanged in 3 Weeks. What Is Happening?

Professor of History Michael J. Pfeifer explained why, considering the history of lynching in America, the family of Robert Fuller and Malcolm Harsch are skeptical about their alleged suicides.

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NPR/National Public Radio Online • June 19, 2020

'I'm Willing To Fight For America': 5 Student Activists On Protesting For Change

Aaron Fernando, a John Jay rising junior honors student, was profiled for his compilation of police union campaign donations to New York Democrats during the protests against police brutality.

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The Washington Post Online • June 19, 2020

Tulsa guard's deadly assault on hotel guest raises issues of race, private-security oversight

Professor Robert McCrie spoke about private security oversight in the wake of the national protests against police brutality.

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USA Today Online • June 19, 2020

Lower Makefield family fights for info, treatment for mentally ill daughter in Bucks jail

Professor Emeritus Martin Horn explained how correctional facilities should handle inmates with urgent mental health needs.

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New York Daily News Online • June 19, 2020

A plea that resonates in policing reform and vigilance against the coronavirus

Adjunct Associate Professor George Contreras wrote an op-ed condemning the public disregard for COVID-19 precautions as protests erupt across the nation.

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Catholic Miscellany - Online • June 19, 2020

Community activists encourage people to keep working to make a change

A Group Violence Intervention initiative, pioneered by the National Network for Safe Communities, was mentioned as a method to to promote safer neighborhoods.

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Kaiser Health News Online • June 19, 2020

Police Often Break Own Rules Using 'Rubber Bullets'

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained the lack of national police standards on the use of rubber bullets.

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Yahoo News • June 19, 2020

The deaths of George Floyd and Rayshard Brooks have soured the already strained relationship between Black people and the police

Professor Emerita Delores Jones-Brown explained the racism in the origins of policing, the perception of black Americans and her own experiences with police.

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Figaro • June 19, 2020

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Peter Moskos : « En Amérique, l'obsession raciale cache un problème plus large »

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Professor Peter Moskos, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration, gave an extended interview about the murder of George Floyd and "taboos" in the police brutality debate.

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History News Network - Front Page • June 19, 2020

Interconnected Histories of Race, Violence, and Policing in America

Professor of History Michael J. Pfeifer wrote an article that gave historical context to the recent deaths of African American men at the hands of the police.

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Fortune • June 19, 2020

19 Black economists to celebrate and know, this Juneteenth and beyond

Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder was featured in Fortune Magazine as one of 19 exceptional black economists.

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Austin American-Statesman Online • June 20, 2020

Tight budget deadline could slow plans for Austin police funding cuts

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney explained why police respond to problems for which they aren't trained or prepared.

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The HuffPost Canada • June 20, 2020

13 Microaggressions Black People Deal With All The Time

Psychology Professor Kevin Nadal explained how to respond to microaggressions.

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STAT • June 20, 2020

The Trump rally in Tulsa is a recipe for disaster

Adjunct Associate Professor George Contreras wrote an op-ed condemning President Trump's decision to hold a rally in Tulsa during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Temps • June 20, 2020

When a civil rights movement tries to change the police (in Catalan)

Director of the National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy spoke on what police reform means for police unions.

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WXYZ-TV Online • June 20, 2020

Nation looks to Camden, New Jersey, for community-policing model

Director of the National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy explained the need for trust, reconciliation, and change in police departments across the country.

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Seattle24x7 • June 30, 2020

Phasers On Stun: Can Technology Stop the Killing?

Director of the National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy commented on gun ownership in America and policing.

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CNN Online • June 21, 2020

Demonstrators say public safety re-imagined is a future without police

Director of the National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy commented on the idea of public safety without the police.

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South Bend Tribune Online • June 21, 2020

Local police departments move to ban chokeholds, joining a national trend

Adjunct Assistant Professor Dr. Keith Taylor explained the chokeholds and carotid restraints techniques used by law enforcement.

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NBC News Online • June 22, 2020

Video shows Florida officer immediately draw gun on woman, aim at her for over 4 minutes

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone analyzed police body camera footage from an stolen vehicle incident in Tampa.

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The New York Times Online • June 23, 2020

Gun Violence Spikes in N.Y.C., Intensifying Debate Over Policing

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. Adjunct Lecturer and former NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on how this affects certain communities.

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Refinery29 • June 23, 2020

Police Are Going On Strike. Should Anyone Care?

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney commented on police organizing work slowdowns in response to the protests.

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Gothamist - WNYC-FM • June 23, 2020

How Low Did Those NYPD Helicopters Go At Recent Protests?

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained the NYPD's use of helicopters to monitor the Black Lives Matter protest.

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Domestic Preparedness • June 23, 2020

Before & After COVID-19

John Jay alumnus Michael Breslin wrote an article on the impact of COVID-19 on human trafficking.

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FOX News Channel Online • June 23, 2020

Experts fear reclaiming Seattle 'CHOP' zone is daunting task

Adjunct Lecturer and former NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on how Seattle can peacefully reclaim the police-free area near downtown Seattle protesters are calling Capitol Hill Organized Protest, or CHOP.

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PolitiFact • June 23, 2020

Instagram graph misleads on the racial breakdown of homicides

Director of the National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy confirmed the intraracial nature of homicide.

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Inside Higher Ed • June 23, 2020

CUNY system suffers more coronavirus deaths than any other higher ed system in the U.S.

Assistant Professor of Political Science Michael Yarbrough was profiled for his and his students work documenting how the COVID-19 crisis is affecting CUNY students.

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Governing • June 23, 2020

Smartphone Journalists Accelerate Push for Social Justice

Lucy Lang, director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay, commented on police body cameras, citizens' cellphone surveillance, and police accountability.

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The New York Times • June 23, 2020

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How New York City Spends $6 Billion on Police

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

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NBC News Online • June 24, 2020

14-day coronavirus quarantine call might not be enforceable

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on how police would enforce two weeks of self-quarantine by travelers coming to NY, NJ, and CT.

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Rolling Stone Online • June 24, 2020

On TikTok, Cops Are Still Trying to Be the Good Guys

Adjunct Professor Jim Mulvaney commented on police mentality on social media in light of the evidence of police brutality documented on social media.

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The Hill Online • June 24, 2020

Accountability is the real reform, not defunding

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney co-wrote an opinion piece on what accountability for police would mean.

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Gay City News Online • June 24, 2020

The Challenge of Changing Police Culture

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld commented on how aggressive force among police officers affects career progression.

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WCBS-TV Online • June 24, 2020

Mayor De Blasio Forms Illegal Fireworks Task Force To Go After Suppliers In 'Huge Sting Operation'

Assistant Professor of Public Management and former U.S. Marine Henry Smart III explained how community affairs officers can crackdown on illegal fireworks.

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PolitiFact • June 24, 2020

Claim about violence in Democratic cities overreaches

Director of the National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy explained why certain urban crime rate are a poor reflection of what is happening on the ground.

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ABC News Radio Network Online • June 24, 2020

Former NYC detective recommends 'throwing out the book' on police training - National News

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld explained how inadequate the educational requirements are for police officers in America.

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NBC News Online • June 24, 2020

Defund-the-police calls aren't going away. Here's what might come next.

Phillip A. Goff, professor and co-founder of the Center for Policing Equity at John Jay, co-wrote an article on the defund the police movement.

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Newsday Online • June 24, 2020

NYC shootings spike by 414% over same week in 2019

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on NYPD Commissioner Shea's move to disband the street crime unit.

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Greatist • June 24, 2020

Hot Probs: All My Brain Plays Are My Most Embarrassing Moments

A 2012 study conducted by Professor Joshua Clegg on dealing with embarrassment was cited in an article about coping with embarrassing moments.

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MSNBC Online • June 25, 2020

One month after George Floyd's killing, activists see beginnings of major progress

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney commented on the public attitude shift towards policing and police reform.

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