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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.

Read, watch or listen to stories of John Jay faculty and students in the media from the first half of October.

 

 

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ABC News Online • October 1, 2019

More than 30,000 children under age 10 have been arrested in the US since 2013: FBI

President Karol Mason spoke to ABC on how schools and police should handle disciplining young children of color, after a 6-year-old girl was arrested, fingerprinted and had her mugshot taken because of a tantrum at school.

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NPR/National Public Radio • October 4, 2019

Radio clip from National Public Radio at 2019-10-04 19:55:12.000

Keith Ross, a former NYPD police officer and trainer in the police academy, commented on the training tools the NYPD uses in the wake of the death of Officer Brian Mulkeen, who was killed by friendly fire.

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KSNT-TV • October 6, 2019

KSNT News at 5am

A community street team, a concept from the Group Violence Intervention initiative pioneered by John Jay's National Network for Safe Communities, is being introduced by law enforcement in Topeka, Kansas.

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CBS This Morning - CBS Television Network • October 9, 2019

Mother of 9-year-old charged with setting house fire that killed 5: He's not a "monster"

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria Browne-Marshall commented on the state prosecutor's decision to charge 9-year-old Kyle Alwood with first-degree murder, after he started a fire that killed five people.

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The New York Times • September 29, 2019

Discovering Cuba, an Island of Music

Professor of Music Benjamin Lapidus, author of the first book on Cuban Changόν music, spoke to the New York Times in an article about the wide variety of music in the country.

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The Telegraph Online • October 1, 2019

Alton man who police say forced woman into woods charged with kidnapping, remains at large

The National Intimate Partner Violence Intervention Initiative, led by the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay, was mentioned in a story about an Illinois man charged with multiple counts of domestic battery.

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Capital Gazette Online • October 1, 2019

Female fire and police chiefs are breaking the 'brass ceiling' in Baltimore suburbs

Professor Emerita Dorothy Schulz, a retired transit police captain, spoke about female police officers assuming more leadership roles around the country.

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Bustle • October 2, 2019

Here's How To Tell If You May Have Been Coerced Into Sex

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic explained the nature of sexual coercion.

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TIME Online • October 2, 2019

Ex-Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger Sentenced to 10 Years for Murdering Botham Jean in His Own Apartment

Professor Joseph Pollini discussed the sentencing of ex-Dallas police officer Amber Guyger for the murder of Botham Jean.

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Austin American-Statesman • October 2, 2019

APD weighs hiding police radio chatter

Assistant Professor of Public Policy Adam Scott Wandt discussed the move to encrypt police radio traffic so that civilians and criminals cannot monitor dispatch frequencies.

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UWIRE • October 3, 2019

Art in Context: "Undocumented Fears"

Associate Professor of Sociology Jamie Longazel discussed his book, “Undocumented Fears: Immigration and the Politics of Divide and Conquer in Hazleton, PA” at the Sordoni Art Gallery as part of the Rust Belt Biennial.

 

New York Daily News • October 3, 2019

What the Harvard judge got wrong

Professor Evan Mandery wrote a NY Daily News op-ed about the Harvard discrimination case.

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USA Today Online • October 3, 2019

Whistleblower says Michigan State Police hid use-of-force complaints

Former NYPD officer and prosecutor Professor Eugene O'Donnell discussed whistleblower lawsuits in a story about an excessive use of force case in Michigan.

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Harvard Business Review Online • October 3, 2019

When Surprise Is a Good Negotiation Tactic

Adjunct Professor Roi Ben-Yehuda who teaches Dispute Resolution at John Jay, wrote an article in the Harvard Business Review about using surprise in negotiations.

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St. Thomas Source • October 3, 2019

Summit Suggests USVI Has the Means to Reduce Violence

The Group Violence Intervention initiative pioneered by John Jay's National Network for Safe Communities, is being implemented by law enforcement in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.

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Philadelphia Daily News • October 3, 2019

Racist speech a crime? Jury will now decide

Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Frank Pezzella, an expert in hate crimes, commented on a story about a NJ police chief charged with hate crimes.

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USA Today Online • October 4, 2019

Upcoming book leaves scientific possibility for existence of 'Adam and Eve'

Professor of Biology Nathan Lents wrote an op-ed supporting a new book that claims scientific research validates the biblical story of Adam and Eve as the genetic ancestors of the human race.

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Newsday • October 4, 2019

RETRAINING IS SET AFTER OFFICER'S DEATH

Keith Ross, a former NYPD police officer and trainer in the police academy, explained the training tools the NYPD uses in the wake of the death of Officer Brian Mulkeen, who was killed by friendly fire.

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Yahoo News • October 5, 2019

Trump's suggestion that troops at the border shoot migrants in the legs is illegal and 'bats--t crazy'

Associate Professor Peter Moskos commented on Trump's suggestion that troops shoot migrants at the border in the legs to prevent them from crossing.

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ABC News Radio Network Online • October 6, 2019

Brooklyn program lets low-level offenders take art class instead of going to court - National News

Lucy Lang, a former Assistant District Attorney and the Executive Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, praised pretrial diversion programs like Project Reset.

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Spectrum News NY1 Online • October 6, 2019

Two NYPD Friendly Fire Deaths Lead to New Training

Keith Ross, a former NYPD police officer who trained officers for 10 years in the academy, spoke NY1 about the NYPD training in the aftermath of the death of Officer Brian Mulkeen, who was killed by friendly fire.

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The Wall Street Journal • October 6, 2019

Arrests for Low-Level Crimes Are Plummeting, and the Experts Are Flummoxed

Data from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice showing a years-long nationwide decline in misdemeanor arrests of young black and Hispanic men was the focus of an article in the Wall Street Journal.

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Youth Today Online • October 7, 2019

For Youth In Foster Care in New York City, Anxieties Over College, Aging Out Remain - Youth Today

Christina Young, a John Jay alumna and foster care advocate was featured in a story about growing up in the foster care system.

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MEL Magazine • October 7, 2019

TikTok's Teens Don't Care How Problematic Their Serial Killer Love Is | MEL Magazine

Professor of Forensic Psychology Louis B. Schlesinger weighed in on the behavior of teenagers on TikTok, who have been role-playing as serial killers and their victims.

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Newsday Online • October 7, 2019

DIY rape-evidence kits could backfire

Professor of Biology Nathan Lents wrote an op-ed for Newsday on how do-it-yourself rape kits could actually help rapists.

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amNewYork Online • October 9, 2019

After a friendly fire shooting

Joseph Giacalone, a former NYPD detective sergeant and professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, commented on the tragic death of Officer Mulkeen who died from friendly fire.

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The Urban News - Online • October 10, 2019

Addressing Gender and Racial Bias in Facial Recognition Technology

Professor Phillip Atiba Goff, President of the Center for Policing Equity pointed out how facial recognition technology can compromise civil liberties.

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WGLT • October 10, 2019

National Experts Talk Fines And Fees Solutions, How Illinois' Law Matches Up

This story is the result of  Cash Register Justice, the reporter fellowship program run by the Center on Media, Crime and Justice at John Jay College.

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The Philadelphia Inquirer • October 10, 2019

Ex-chief found guilty of lying to FBI

Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Frank Pezzella, an expert in hate crimes, commented on a story about a NJ police chief convicted in a hate crimes case.

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The Telegraph • October 11, 2019

Service gives light to domestic violence victims

The Alton Police Department received a grant through the National Intimate Partner Violence Intervention Initiative, created by the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay.

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CBC News Network Online • October 12, 2019

Is the U.S. in a constitutional crisis? Depends who you ask

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria Browne-Marshall argued that the nation has been in a constitutional crisis because of President Trump's actions.

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CBC News Network Online • October 12, 2019

'Crazy out there': Increasing violence in North Central Regina has residents looking for solutions

David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Communities, spoke about Operation Ceasefire—his Boston initiative that reduced gang murders in the 1990s—in a story about rising gang violence in North Carolina.

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POLITICO Online • October 13, 2019

What Teaching Ethics in the South Taught Me About Bridging America's Partisan Divide

Professor Evan Mandery wrote a Politico essay about teaching ethics to students across the nation in a time where our nation is politically divided.

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Health Online • October 14, 2019

'Stealthing' Is a Dangerous Type of Sexual Abuse--Here's What You Need to Know About It

Professor of Psychology Elizabeth L. Jeglic, PhD, a sexual violence prevention researcher, explained the law, how to protect yourself and how to act in the event you are stealthed, a new form of sexual assault.

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Courier-Post • October 15, 2019

NJ cops eye ways to handle stress

Jon Shane, a former Newark police captain and Associate Professor of Police Management, spoke about why police officers fail to seek help for mental health or substance abuse problems.

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New York Daily News Online • October 15, 2019

Five more CUNY campuses to get expanded tech offerings

John Jay College is one of the five CUNY Colleges which will receive $2 million each to grow its technology programs from the NYC Department of Small Business Services.

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Esquire Network Blog • October 15, 2019

Netflix Is Being Sued For Its Depiction of Controversial Interrogation Techniques in When They See Us Netflix Is Being Sued For Its Depiction of Controversial Interrogation Techniques in When They See Us

Psychology Professor Saul Kassin spoke to Business Insider about the Reid technique, a controversial interrogation process that has been used in false confessions cases.

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Houston Defender - Online • October 15, 2019

Decades after her daughter's death, a mother gets answers

Adjunct Professor of Psychology Marina Sorochinski spoke to the Associated Press about serial killer Samuel Little, who confessed to murdering 93 women, the most in US history.

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Associated Press • October 15, 2019

Latest Deadly Police Shooting to Non-Emergency Call Raises Questions About Tactics

Professor of Police Science Maki Haberfeld commented on the white Fort Worth police officer Aaron Dean who shot and killed a black woman, Atatiana Jefferson in her home after responding to a wellness call.

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CityLab • October 17, 2019

South Bend's Mayoral Election Could Decide More than Pete Buttigieg's Replacement

Democratic presidential candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg cited research from John Jay's National Network for Safe Communities on the group violence intervention strategy.

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