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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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MSNBC • April 25, 2021

The Sunday Show with Jonathan Capehart

President Karol Mason discussed the Derek Chauvin trial, policing and how we can heal America's racial wounds.

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The Washington Post Online • April 26, 2021

Karol Mason on the killing of George Floyd and the issue we must address: 'The fear of Black people'

President Karol Mason discussed the Derek Chauvin trial, policing and how we can heal America's racial wounds.

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MSNBC • April 26, 2021

The ReidOut

Opinion writer Jonathan Capehart mentioned President Karol Mason's insight on the pervasive fear of Black people in America, from their interview on the Cape Up podcast.

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WNYC-FM • April 16, 2021

The Brian Lehrer Show

John Jay student Cheyanne Deopersaud spoke to the Mayor De Blasio about restoring funding for the Fair Futures program which supports people in foster care.

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NPR/National Public Radio • April 17, 2021

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall explained why it is hard for the Black community to be optimistic amidst officer-involved civilian killings.

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KNX-AM • April 17, 2021

KNX-AM

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor comments on the benefits of NYPD's new robot digidog was mentioned.

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KSWB-TV • April 17, 2021

FOX 5 News at 10:00pm

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, discussed how important the video evidence will be in Derek Chauvin trial. Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed how the verdict of the trial will affect communities and policing in America.

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KTTV-TV • April 19, 2021

FOX 11 Ten O'Clock News Weekend

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann discussed the increasing cases of mass shootings this year as compared to 2020 and 2019.

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YouTube • April 19, 2021

Women's History Month 2021: Conversations for Change

Professor of Constitutional and civil rights attorney Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall was a panelist for a Women's History Month event honoring Black women suffragists and their impact on the leaders of today.

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WNBC-TV • April 19, 2021

News 4 New York at 11

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed the Derek Chauvin case and the jury deliberations.

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BET/Black Entertainment Television • April 20, 2021

CBSN News Coverage - Pre-Verdict Part 2

Professor of Constitutional and civil rights attorney Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed the Derek Chauvin trial and why prosecutors charged him with second-degree and third-degree murder.

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Spectrum News NY1 • April 20, 2021

Inside City Hall

Professor of Constitutional and civil rights attorney Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed the Derek Chauvin guilty verdict and explained how criminal justice should be reformed to prevent more police officer-involved killings.

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WINS-AM • April 20, 2021

WINS-AM - Post Verdict

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, discussed how quickly the Derek Chauvin verdict was reached, the types of evidence needed to secure a guilty verdict, and sentencing times.

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Spectrum News NY1 • April 21, 2021

Mornings on 1

Professor of Constitutional and civil rights attorney Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed the guilty verdict of Derek Chauvin verdict and how it affects criminal justice reform moving forward.

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Bloomberg Television • April 21, 2021

Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power

Professor of Constitutional and civil rights attorney Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall explained how criminal justice should be reformed to prevent more officer-involved killings.

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WNBC-TV • April 21, 2021

News 4 New York at 5

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed the fatal police shooting of 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant in Columbus, OH.

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WFYI-TV • April 21, 2021

DW The Day

Professor of Constitutional and civil rights attorney Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed the guilty verdict of Derek Chauvin verdict.

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WABC-TV • April 21, 2021

Jeopardy!

John Jay College was the answer in a Jeopardy question with guest host Anderson Cooper.

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Spectrum News NY1 • April 21, 2021

News All Evening

Professor of Constitutional and civil rights attorney Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed the Derek Chauvin guilty verdict and explained how criminal justice should be reformed to prevent more officer involved killings.

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WBUR-FM • April 23, 2021

"¡Con Salsa!" - Rubén Blades & Roberto Delgado "SALSWING!", Saturday, April 23, 2021

Professor of Music Benjamin Lapidus' new book "New York and the International Sound of Music, 1940-1990" was praised on an episode of "¡Con Salsa!"

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Spectrum News NY1 • April 25, 2021

News All Weekend

Professor of Constitutional and civil rights attorney Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall defined systemic racism and discussed how to dismantle it in law enforcement.

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WFMN-FM • April 25, 2021

Ben Shapiro Show

Conservative political commentator Benjamin Aaron Shapiro cited Professor Peter Moskos' comment on likelihood of police killing white versus Black people.

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WPIX-TV • April 26, 2021

PIX11 News at 6 with Tamsen Fadal and John Muller

Professor Fritz Umbach, author of “The Last Neighborhood Cops," a book about inequality in the NYPD, discussed the history of racism in the NYPD.

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FOX News @ Night - FOX News Channel • April 27, 2021

NYPD Few: Number of New York Officer Decreasing Amid Violent Weekend

Professor Michael Alcazar talks about the trouble NYPD officers face on the job.

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NewsNation • April 27, 2021

NewsNation Prime

Professor of Constitutional and civil rights attorney Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall explained former police officer Amber Guyger's appeal of her murder conviction for the fatal shooting of Botham Jean.

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Press & Sun-Bulletin Online • April 15, 2021

Would more de-escalation training stop police from killing people?

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on the perception of police in communities of color.

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The Chief • April 16, 2021

Jail Failures Cost NYC Millions

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro wrote a letter to the editor about how unsafe working conditions at city jails cost the NYC taxpayer millions.

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The Good Men Project • April 16, 2021

Building Healthy Masculinity - The Good Men Project

Adjunct Professor Ted Bunch, Chief Development Officer of the national violence prevention organization A Call to Men, discussed the importance of welcoming men's vulnerability in building healthy masculinity.

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KCCI-TV Online • April 16, 2021

Amid a sexual incident investigation, Iowa district will pay teacher to go away

Professor of Psychology and child sex abuse researcher Elizabeth Jeglic discussed how resignation agreements conceal investigations into inappropriate behavior.

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Telemundo Online • April 16, 2021

Vuelven las masacres en sitios de trabajo tras pausa durante la pandemia

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann discussed the likelihood of more workplace and school shootings this year.

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Quartz • April 16, 2021

Daunte Wright: The problematic design of Taser stun guns

Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld commented on Taser guns and their industrial design problem.

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The Advocate Online • April 17, 2021

Convincing prostitutes to set up drug deals: The story of BRPD and its 'troll rips'

Adjunct Professor Jillian Snider, who worked in the NYPD's vice operations, explained how police solicit information from suspects to build bigger cases.

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New York Post Online • April 17, 2021

Random 'sucker-punch' assaults leave frightened NYC residents on edge

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on sucker punch attacks against seniors and children in the Bronx.

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New York Post Online • April 17, 2021

Vandals smash NYPD cop car window while officers respond to 911 call

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on a story about the vandalism of a police vehicle in the Bronx.

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Portland Press Herald • April 18, 2021

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Inside the Maine State Police, Officer Misdeeds are Kept Secret

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Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld explained why transparency around police misconduct is important.

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The Post-Standard • April 18, 2021

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Could latest training have saved teen?

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Adjunct Professor Keith Ross, who spent 10 years as a police academy trainer with the New York Police Department, explained how police officers handle mental illness cases.

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The Washington Post • April 18, 2021

Did a Black undercover NYPD detective unwittingly aid Malcolm X's assassination?

Adjunct Professor of History David Viola discussed the NYPD's Bureau of Special Services' infiltration of Malcolm X's security team.

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PA Times • April 18, 2021

Political and Administrative Implications of Proposed Statehood for D.C.

Adjunct Professor of Public Administration Stephen R. Rolandi wrote an article about a proposal to establish the District of Columbia as the nation's 51st state.

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NJ.com • April 18, 2021

Less than 1% of N.J. cops accounted for 18% of every kick, hit and tackle across N.J., new data shows

Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld and Professor of Criminal Justice Dennis Kenney commented on New Jersey.com's new report which provides the most up-to-date snapshot of how local police use physical force.

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INSIDER • April 18, 2021

The police officer who fatally shot 13-year-old Adam Toledo was listed as a victim on an incident report. One law enforcement expert said it's 'an old cop trick meant to muddy the murky waters.'

Assistant Professor and retired NYPD homicide detective Alfred Titus discussed the officer-involved shooting of Adam Toledo and explained why police incident reports list the state as the victim.

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Kennebec Journal • April 19, 2021

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Doubts about discipline within Maine State Police

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Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld explained why applying discipline and transparency in police misconduct cases is important.

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Independent • April 19, 2021

I've studied US police for decades. This is what I think will change now Chauvin has been convicted of murder

Professor Emeritus John Kleinig wrote an article about how Derek Chauvin's conviction for the murder of George Floyd will affect policing moving forward.

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Queens Courier - Online • April 19, 2021

Victoria's Secerts: Bursting with pride! – QNS.com

John Jay alumnus Bryan Polite is the newly re-elected chief of the Shinnecock Indian Nation in Southampton, New York.

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Irish Echo Online • April 19, 2021

Voters embracing ranked choice

Professor Daniel L. Feldman explained how election winners are determined under ranked-choice voting.

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Press & Sun-Bulletin Online • April 19, 2021

What it shows, what it doesn't

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor analyzed and commented on a Oneonta police officer using deadly force during a domestic dispute where the suspect was wielding a knife.

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WRGB-TV Online • April 19, 2021

States, cities lead on police reform given federal government's limited reach

Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld explained the key issues in reforming police departments in the United States.

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City & State New York Online • April 19, 2021

Why New York City hasn't gotten police overtime under control

Adjunct Professor and former head of the NYPD Captains Endowment Association John Driscoll disputed the idea that NYPD overtime is excessive.

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City & State New York Online • April 19, 2021

Should cops have to live in NYC?

John Jay Adjunct Professor and former NYPD Inspector Stephen Nasta explained how a residency mandate for police officers may affect recruitment.

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The Miami Herald Online • April 19, 2021

Teen's death puts focus on split-second police decisions

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell discussed the use of deadly force.

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New York Daily News Online • April 19, 2021

Queens Assemblywoman Catalina Cruz nominated for EMILY's List Rising Star Award

John Jay alumna Catalina Cruz was nominated for the EMILY's List Rising Star Award, a national award recognizing women lawmakers serving at the state level.

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MSN (NZ) • April 20, 2021

Aftermath of fatal shooting: How can a handgun be mistaken for a Taser?

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained how police departments can prevent officers from mistaking their guns for their Tasers.

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Staten Island Advance Online • April 20, 2021

Perpetual punishment? Study looks at how past criminal convictions affect housing, work chances

Preeti Chauhan and and Erica Bond of the Data Collaborative for Justice discussed new DCJ research which found substantial racial disparities in criminal convictions over the past four decades and the hurdles these convictions create in obtaining housing or employment.

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New Republic Online • April 20, 2021

Bringing the Black Radical Tradition to the Oscars

Associate Professor of English Jonathan W. Gray wrote an article about the five Oscar-nominated films this year which depict the transformative potential of Black activism.

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Chicago Tribune Online • April 20, 2021

In Minneapolis, city fortified after Derek Chauvin guilty verdict: 'This city feels like it's occupied by the military'

Professor Emeritus Eli Silverman commented on the influx of National Guard soldiers, police officers, state police, deputy sheriffs, and other law enforcement personnel in Minneapolis in anticipation of protests following a not-guilty verdict for Derek Chauvin.

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NBC News Online - New York Office • April 20, 2021

Derek Chauvin trial verdict is guilty on all three counts. Here's why the prosecution won.

Professor Candace McCoy of John Jay and the Graduate Center wrote an op-ed on the prosecution and the defense's tactics during the Derek Chauvin trial.

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The New York Times Online • April 20, 2021

What Might Bring Changes to Policing in Minneapolis?

John Jay graduate student and Minneapolis City Councilmember Philippe Cunningham, and Professor of Dennis Kenney were quoted on reforming the Minneapolis Police Department.

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CNN Online • April 20, 2021

Why it's rare for police officers to be convicted of murder

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall explained why the Chauvin trial verdict set the standard for reasonable conduct in police brutality cases.

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The Boston Globe • April 21, 2021

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Files reveal details in Rose case; Despite findings, Patrick Rose kept his badge, worked on child sexual assault cases, and ascended to power in the police union.

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Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed "internal solidarity" among police officers in a case where a police officer was able to ascend to the head of the Boston police patrolmen's union despite being accused of sexually abusing children.

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Seven Days Online • April 21, 2021

Questions Persist About Police Investigation Into Ralph Jean-Marie's Disappearance

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone described how criminal investigations were conducted during his 20-year career managing cold cases.

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Religion News Service Online • April 21, 2021

Parent like your religion depends on it

Professor of Sociology Amy Adamczyk discussed her new book “Handing Down the Faith: How Parents Pass Their Religion on to the Next Generation.”

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Lexington Herald-Leader Online/Kentucky.com • April 21, 2021

Lexington looking for new violence prevention coordinator, programs as homicides spike

The city of Lexington hired the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay College to study group violence.

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WCBS-TV Online • April 21, 2021

Activists Say Derek Chauvin's Conviction Shows What Police Accountability Can Look Like, Call For Legislation To Enact Systemic Change

Paul Smith of the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay College (see second video on page) discussed how police and communities harmed by police violence can work together.

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NJ.com • April 21, 2021

Should N.J. cops have seized teens' bicycles? Experts weigh in on controversy.

Assistant Professor and retired NYPD homicide detective Alfred Titus analyzed and commented on an interaction between between Perth Amboy police and a group of wheelie-popping Black and Latino teen bicyclists.

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New York Daily News Online • April 21, 2021

A look at Manhattan D.A. candidates on the ballot in June's primary election

Former Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution Lucy Lang was profiled as one of several candidates running for the Manhattan District Attorney's office.

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The Boston Globe • April 22, 2021

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Boston police interactions known as FIOs decreased by 30 percent, but racial disparities persist; Number of street investigations are down, but stark inequalities are still pervasive

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Preeti Chauhan, director of the Data Collaborative for Justice at John Jay College, commented on the racial disparities in the criminal justice system.

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Truthout • April 22, 2021

Climate Movement Applauds Coal Miners' Demand for Just Transition, Green Jobs

Associate Professor of Economics Christian Parenti discussed how carbon-capture technologies can reverse climate change.

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My South Side Stand • April 22, 2021

Homegrown Opera

Adjunct Professor Gregory Sheppard was profiled as one of the few African American professional bass opera singers.

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American Police Beat Online • April 22, 2021

New Jersey website reveals trends behind police's use of physical force - American Police Beat Magazine

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney commented on the new rules that will be in place in law enforcement agencies based on data from a New Jersey website detailing police use of physical force.

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GothamGazette.com • April 22, 2021

Cuomo Needs a Time Out and Other MeToo Approaches to Legitimizing Victims

Professors Maria J. D'Agostino and Nicole M. Elias wrote an op-ed about the investigation into Governor Cuomo after eight women accused him of sexual harassment.

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Spectrum News NY1 Online • April 22, 2021

Mayor's budget plan doesn't fund mentor program for foster care kids

John Jay freshman Cheyanne Deopersaud was profiled on her experience in the Fair Futures program as a foster care youth.

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The Atlantic Online • April 22, 2021

American Police Are Inadequately Trained

Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld discussed how police training academies in the United States differ from other democratic nations.

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YouTube • April 23, 2021

Latin Jazz: Between New York & Havana

Professor of Music Benjamin Lapidus discussed his new book "New York and the International Sound of Music, 1940-1990."

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Crime Report • April 23, 2021

U.S. Police Academies Among 'Worst' in World: Expert

Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld discussed how police training academies in the United States differ from other democratic nations.

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The Nation Online • April 23, 2021

Diane Morales Looks for Space-and Support-on New York's Left

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed how the Democratic Socialists of America is advising voters on how to vote using the ranked choice voting system in the NYC mayoral race.

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Newsday Online • April 23, 2021

12 on East End charged in sale of drugs

Professor David Brotherton, author of "Gangs and Society: Alternative Perspectives" and "The Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation: Street Politics and the Transformation of a New York City Gang," explained the origins of the 18th Street gang.

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The Post-Standard Online/Syracuse.com • April 23, 2021

Sheriff Conway refuses body cameras while more U.S. police forces embrace them

Associate Professor of Criminology Eric Piza explained how police body cameras help in use of force incidents.

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Business Insider • April 23, 2021

Police kill citizens because they are trained for war, not to protect their communities

Professor Peter Moskos discussed the importance of police officers displaying their authority in their contact with the public.

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Adirondack Daily Enterprise Online • April 24, 2021

The rest of the story, part 1

Dr. Eliza Jane Darling, an associate adjunct professor in Anthropology, wrote a column about the 1932 murder of a Black man living in the Adirondacks woods by a group of white men.

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Newsday Online • April 24, 2021

LI community leaders hopeful Chauvin verdict leads to accountability

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on how the Derek Chauvin verdict will affect police morale.

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