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CNN • October 16, 2020

CNN Newsroom with Poppy Harlow and Jim Sciutto

Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder explained the economic hardships working class families face during the coronavirus pandemic, particularly Blacks and Hispanics.

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WNYC-AM Online • October 16, 2020

30 Issues: Who is the Real Law and Order Candidate

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center, discussed the Trump administration's "law and order" policies and rhetoric as they relate to the 2020 presidential election.

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WGBH-FM • October 19, 2020

NPR - All Things Considered

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld gave an interview on the misconduct charges against Massachusetts state troopers.

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WNYC-AM • October 20, 2020

Misdemeanor Arrests In New York City Are Down. Those Arrested Are Still Disproportionately People Of Color.

Erica Bond, Policy Director of the Data Collaborative for Justice (DCJ), discussed the DCJ's new report on misdemeanor arrests between the early 2000s and the late 2010s in seven major US cities.

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WCMH-TV • October 20, 2020

NBC 4 at Five

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

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WCMH-TV • October 20, 2020

NBC 4 at Six

The National Network for Safe Communities partners with the City of Columbus to curb gun violence.

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WSYX-TV • October 20, 2020

ABC 6 News at 6

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

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Spectrum News NY1 • October 21, 2020

Inside City Hall

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed the race between Democrat Max Rose and Republican Nicole Malliotakis for the 11th Congressional District and the record number of early voters in the 2020 election.

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WTOP-FM • October 23, 2020

WTOP-DC (Radio) at 2020-10-23

The Data Collaborative for Justice's new report on misdemeanor arrests in seven US cities, including the D.C. suburb of Prince George's, was mentioned.

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KPCC-FM • October 26, 2020

NPR - All Things Considered

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld reviewed dash camera footage and commented on the officer-involved fatal shooting of Anthony McClain during a traffic stop.

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WDRB-TV • October 30, 2020

WDRB News @ Noon

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

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WLKY-TV • October 30, 2020

WLKY News at 5:00PM

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

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NPR/National Public Radio • October 30, 2020

National Public Radio at 2020-10-30

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall commented on the legal ramifications surrounding Sergeant John Mattingly’s lawsuit against Kenneth Walker, the boyfriend of Breonna Taylor, for emotional distress after Walker shot him during the raid on Taylor's apartment.

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YouTube • October 30, 2020

Jamaicans blast Trump for trashing America's image

Provost Emeritus Dr. Basil Wilson spoke about the importance of having a presidential administration that respects science by addressing climate change and the coronavirus pandemic.

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WDRB-TV • October 31, 2020

WDRB in the Morning

The Group Violence Intervention Initiative, created by David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Communities will be implemented in the City of Louisville to curb gun violence. David Kennedy explained the strategies involved.

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The Chief • October 2, 2020

Sympathy for the President

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro wrote a letter to the editor condemning President Trump's behavior throughout his career.

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The Chief • October 16, 2020

The Unmasked President

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro wrote a letter to the editor condemning President Trump for holding mask-less, in-person rallies while downplaying the coronavirus pandemic.

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Our Time Press • October 16, 2020

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Another Milestone for the Brownstoners

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Cyrille Phillips, a media educator at John Jay, contributed to the development of the 42nd annual Brownstoners of Bedford-Stuyvesant house virtual tour.

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The Gazette • October 16, 2020

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'Common sense' bond key to preventing violence; National expert featured at Iowa Ideas conference

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Director of the National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy was the keynote speaker at the Gazette's Iowa Ideas virtual conference, where he discussed taking a whole-community approach to confronting violence and inequity in the African American community.

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Pro Well Technology • October 16, 2020

Elon Musk's Las Vegas Loop might only carry a fraction of the passengers it promised – ProWellTech

Glenn Corbett, Professor of Security, Fire and Emergency Management, commented on the proposed transit system for Las Vegas Convention Center's underground tunnels.

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Las Vegas Review-Journal Online • October 16, 2020

Sheriff says police 'omnipresence' will stem Las Vegas Strip violence

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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NBC News Online • October 16, 2020

We're not stopping domestic violence. Here's something that works.

Rachel Teicher, Director of Intimate Partner Violence Intervention programs at the National Network for Safe Communities, wrote an article on shifting domestic violence prevention strategies to focus on the abuser, not the survivor.

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The Providence Journal • October 17, 2020

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Buy-back Program To Do Ballistics Tests On All Firearms Turned In

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Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor commented on the difficulty in evaluating the outcomes of gun buyback programs.

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e-flux • October 17, 2020

Barring Freedom

John Jay College is partnering with The Institute of the Arts and Sciences at University of California, Santa Cruz and the San Josι Museum of Art to create "Barring Freedom," a new initiative on art, prisons, policing, and justice. It combines a contemporary art exhibition, participatory public art project, an interactive website, and an online event series.

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The Gazette Online • October 17, 2020

'Common sense' bond key to preventing violence

Director of the National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy discussed the Group Violence Intervention model that will be implemented in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

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NPR/National Public Radio Online • October 18, 2020

'The Writing On The Wall' Finds Poetry Behind Bars, Projects It Onto Buildings

Baz Dreisinger, Professor of English and Executive Director of the Incarceration Nations Network, co-founded "The Writing on the Wall" an art project where texts written by incarcerated people are projected onto buildings tied to the criminal justice system.

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City & State New York Online • October 19, 2020

Will the Manhattan DA race get its own Tiffany Cabαn?

Lucy Lang, former Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, is running for Manhattan District Attorney. She was profiled for how she is aligning herself with other cities' progressive prosecutors.

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The Baltimore Sun • October 19, 2020

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Lynching conference finds links to voter suppression

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Professor of History Michael Pfeifer was the keynote speaker at the third annual Lynching in Maryland conference, where he discussed lynching before the Civil War.

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Patch • October 19, 2020

Carroll Gardens Association Welcomes New Interns Kiona And Kristi

John Jay College has partnered with the Carroll Gardens Association on the Housing and Community Problem Solving Internship Program.

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Newsday • October 20, 2020

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TRAFFIC STOP DATA SHOWS DISPARITIES; Newsday analysis of Suffolk stats:Blacks, Hispanics were subjected to tougher enforcement

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Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, discussed attitudes and bias in civilian-police interactions.

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WNND-FM Online • October 20, 2020

City addresses violence amid deadly wave

The National Network for Safe Communities has partnered with the City of Columbus to curb gun violence.

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The New York Times Online • October 20, 2020

San Francisco Is Taking Action on Racial Profiling in 911 Calls

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall commented on San Francisco's new CAREN Act.

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Salt Lake City Weekly Online • October 21, 2020

Under the Gun

Co-Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld explained why police training in the United States is fundamentally flawed.

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KOVR-TV Online • October 21, 2020

'We Need To Be Armed, We Need To Be Safe'

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and former NYPD homicide detective Alfred Titus Jr. explained why more gun ownership can lead to more gun violence.

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The Hill Online • October 21, 2020

The kids might be alright, but what about the moms?

Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder wrote an op-ed on how COVID-19 exacerbated the gender gap in the unemployment rate.

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CBS Local • October 21, 2020

BLM Sacramento Founder Wants Gun Training For Black Community: 'We Need To Be Armed, We Need To Be Safe'

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and former NYPD homicide detective Alfred Titus Jr. explained why more gun ownership can lead to more gun violence.

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BuzzFeed • October 21, 2020

A Cop Involved In Breonna Taylor's Killing Said She'd Be Alive If Police Barged In Sooner. That's "Outrageous," Experts Said.

Former NYPD inspector, attorney and Adjunct Professor Walter Signorelli commented on Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly's conviction that had officers been more aggressive, Breonna Taylor would still be alive today.

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The 74 • October 22, 2020

Analysis: For Decades, Homeschool Families Have Come Out for Republican Presidential Candidates. So Where Are 'Homeschoolers for Trump'?

Associate Professor of Public Policy Heath Brown wrote an article on why, although homeschoolers identify as conservative, they have not coalesced into a powerful force for Trump.

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SheKnows.com • October 22, 2020

For Me, Protecting Abortion Rights Is Personal - & That's Why I'm Running for DA

Lucy Lang, former Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, wrote an article about her own abortion in light of Amy Coney Barrett's nomination to the Supreme Court.

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Untapped Cities • October 22, 2020

How New York's Slavery History is Still Present in NYC

Professor of Public Management and Co-Director of the New York Slavery Records Index Ned Benton explained Chief Justice John Jay's evolving stance on slavery.

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The Chief • October 23, 2020

The Trump Psyche

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC DOC Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro wrote a letter to the editor on the possible psychological motivations behind President Trump's specific accusations against his enemies.

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WTVT-TV Online • October 23, 2020

Revolt TV owned by Sean 'Diddy' Combs relaunches 'Vote Or Die' campaign

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall was a featured panelist on Fox's "Culture Conversations" where she discussed the electoral college, swing states, and the popular vote.

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JD Supra • October 23, 2020

Confronting Racial Injustice: Felony Convictions and the Right to Vote

John Jay College has partnered with the law firm Proskauer to help research some of the root causes of mass incarceration.

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The Washington Post Online • October 23, 2020

Black people are arrested for misdemeanors at disproportionately higher rates, study shows

Associate Professor Preeti Chauhan, Director of the Data Collaborative for Justice and Erica Bond, Policy Director of the DCJ, discussed the DCJ's new report on misdemeanor arrests between the early 2000s and the late 2010s in seven major US cities.

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The Clarion-Ledger • October 24, 2020

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Video shows JPD shooting at fleeing suspect; Investigation prompts review by mayor, DA

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Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney analyzed police body camera and commented on an officer-involved shooting.

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New York Daily News Online • October 25, 2020

Direct 'Relief and Recovery' grants to aid minority-owned small businesses hurt by COVID-19

John Jay alumna Renιe Cummings has been named inaugural Data Activist in Residence at the University of Virginia's new School of Data Science.

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The Record • October 26, 2020

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POLICE HIRING COULD SLOW REFORMS

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Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed nepotism in city hiring and the civil service exams in New Jersey.

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The Black Star News • October 26, 2020

Ngugi wa Thiong'o: Decolonizing the Mind

Professor of Africana Studies and publisher of Black Star News Milton Allimadi moderated a discussion on the remnants of colonialism in the Congo and Africa.

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Crime Report • October 26, 2020

Sex Traffickers Target 'Vulnerable' Young Girls During COVID-19: Police

Lt. Amy Caponga of the New York Police Department explained how sex traffickers use social media to recruit young girls at the webinar “The Landscape of the Criminal Justice System and Sex Trafficking: Centering Marginalized Voices,” hosted by John Jay.

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Fire Engineering Online • October 26, 2020

Firefighters and Construction: Changes on Main Street: Modern Taxpayers

John Jay student Salvatore Ancon, deputy chief fire instructor at the Nassau County Fire Service Academy, wrote an article about the difficulty firefighters have in identifying the type of construction material used in modern taxpayer buildings.

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TAPinto • October 26, 2020

'These are the People we Need to Help,' McDermott Says as Officials Announce $900K to Fight Addition

John Jay College has partnered with the Paterson Department of Health and Human Services, Saint Joseph's Health, and the Health Coalition of Passaic County to help Paterson expand efforts to support those impacted by illicit opioids, stimulants, and other drugs.

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WPIX-TV Online • October 26, 2020

Election anxiety: Tensions rise between Trump supporters, opposition

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall explained the possible challenges to voting in the upcoming election and the importance of a voting plan.

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The Courier-Journal Online • October 26, 2020

Wounded cop says Breonna Taylor would be alive if police burst in sooner. Experts disagree

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins defined what a reasonable period of time would be for police to wait during the execution of a knock and announce search warrant.

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USA Today • October 27, 2020

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Delivery demand feeding thieves; Rise seen in cars stolen while idling, carjackings

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Former NYPD Crime Analyst and Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann commented on carjacking as cases have multiplied in parts of the country during the pandemic.

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North Carolina Central University • October 27, 2020

National Report Shows Declines in Misdemeanor Enforcement, but Racial Disparities Persist

The Data Collaborative for Justice at John Jay College's Research Network on Misdemeanor Justice released a new report on misdemeanor arrests in seven jurisdictions across the U.S., including Durham, N.C.

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WPIX-TV Online • October 27, 2020

As Coney Barrett joins court, voters say they're out in droves to give an indisputable outcome

Former State Assemblyman and Professor of Public Management Daniel L. Feldman commented on whether political leanings can hurt the objectivity of the Supreme Court Justices, after Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed to the Court.

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INSIDER • October 27, 2020

Murders and shootings are up in New York City, and it's not just a 'spike', analyst says: 'We're in uncharted waters."

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann explained the cause and effects of the huge drop and subsequent surge in gun crimes nationwide in 2020.

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Mastercard canada newsroom • October 28, 2020

A good defense: Changing the way business – and government – recruit cybersecurity pros

John Jay alumna Kristin Miyoko Lockwood was profiled by Mastercard. She is a participant in their Cybersecurity Talent Initiative (CTI) program.

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The Appeal • October 28, 2020

In California Rent Control Battle, Controversies Swirl Around Funders on Both Sides

Assistant Professor of Economics J.W. Mason discussed the issue of rent control.

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INSIDER • October 28, 2020

With limited access to resources, high unemployment, and the mental health nightmare of 2020, it's no surprise crime is up in New York City

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann explained where the majority of crime in New York City is generated.

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ABC News Online • October 28, 2020

'They didn't give a damn': Mother of slain Walter Wallace says police knew her son was in a mental crisis

Adjunct Professor Adwoa Akhu, a trainer for the NYPD Hostage Negotiators and former president of the New York Association of Black Psychologists, commented on police officers handling civilians with severe mental health issues.

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The Journal News • October 29, 2020

The tale of two lines -- at COVID testing sites and polling sites -- in one city

George Contreras, a 30-year veteran of EMS and Adjunct Associate Professor at John Jay, wrote an op-ed on the long early voting and COVID-19 testing lines and his experience while voting early.

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Shelton Herald • October 29, 2020

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Experts: Friction builds as police chief, union spar

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the Shelton (CT) Police Union's initial support of its now embattled Police Chief Shawn Sequeira.

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Diario Antillano • October 29, 2020

Juanita Holmes hace historia al ser la primera mujer nombrada Jefa de Patrulleros del NYPD • Diario Antillano

John Jay alumnus Philip Rivera was named NYPD Chief Commander for northern Manhattan County.

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St. Louis American Online • October 29, 2020

Misdemeanor arrests decline while racial disparities persist

Associate Professor Preeti Chauhan, Director of the Data Collaborative for Justice and Erica Bond, Policy Director of the DCJ, discussed the DCJ's new report on misdemeanor arrests between the early 2000s and the late 2010s in seven major US cities.

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WFPL-FM - Online • October 29, 2020

In A Year Of Record Homicides, City To Try New Approach To Reducing Violence

U.S. Attorney Russell Coleman for the Western District of Kentucky, along with the City of Louisville, is partnering with the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay to implement the Group Violence Intervention initiative.

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The Washington Post Online • October 29, 2020

Police video shows fatal crash as D.C. officers attempt to stop moped driver

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney analyzed a fatal police chase.

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The New York Times Online • October 29, 2020

Black and Hispanic workers, especially women, lag in the U.S. economic recovery.

Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder commented on uneven COVID-19-related economic recovery among different groups in the US.

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The Pope Center Transition • October 30, 2020

Police Education Is Not Police Training: Virtue Signaling Is Not the Road to Improvement

Professor Emerita Dorothy Schulz wrote an op-ed criticizing colleges with criminal justice majors for reforming their curriculum in response to calls for more courses that focus on police history, race, social justice, and diversity.

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Bitch Online • October 30, 2020

The Medusa #MeToo Monument Has an Oedipal Complex

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson wrote an article on the meaning behind the installation of Luciano Garbati's 2008 sculpture of a triumphant Medusa across from the Criminal Courthouse in Lower Manhattan.

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S&P Global Market Intelligence • October 30, 2020

Fed's focus on racial inequalities could sharpen under Dem sweep

Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder commented on the idea of the Federal Reserve using the Black unemployment rate as its guidepost when it eventually raises interest rates.

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Austin American-Statesman Online • October 30, 2020

Austin police probe whether issues with less-lethal rounds led to protesters' injuries

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on the Austin Police Department's use of less-lethal, expired shotgun rounds which were used on protesters in May.

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New York Post Online • October 30, 2020

Sherri Papini case remains unsolved, four years after kidnapping

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the mysterious kidnapping of California mom Sherri Papini.

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USA Today Online • October 30, 2020

Supreme Court watchers worry Amy Coney Barrett's 'originalism' could uphold racist policies

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall criticized Justice Amy Coney Barret's stance as an originalist judge, or one who believes the Constitution as a text has a fixed, “original” meaning.

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Yahoo News • October 30, 2020

Police reach breaking point amid protests, pandemic, rising crime

Professor Emerita Delores Jones-Brown explained why there is a contentious relationship between the police and Black communities.

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Los Angeles Times • October 31, 2020

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Elected prosecutors feel the pressure of a changing profession; A push for progressive D.A.s has forced some incumbents to lean in on justice reform.

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Alissa Heydari, Deputy Director for the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, discussed how district attorney races have changed as criminal justice reform has moved to the forefront of American politics.

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The Courier-Journal • October 31, 2020

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Calling intervention to counter violence; 'Miracle' program comes to city

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

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Gleaner Online • October 31, 2020

J'cans in US debate health insurance

Provost Emeritus Dr. Basil Wilson discussed the Affordable Care Act.

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Stamford Advocate Online • October 31, 2020

Blumenthal and Tong ask why there were no criminal charges against owners, execs in Purdue probe

Adjunct Assistant Professor and attorney Carl Bornstein commented on why there are no criminal charges along with the settlement agreement between OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma and the Department of Justice.

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