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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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WHRV-FM • July 16, 2021

Radio clip from WHRV 89.5

John Jay alumna Mary Beth Kopsovich discussed how she developed the stalking risk assessment prototype as a John Jay graduate student in forensic psychology.

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WABC-TV • July 16, 2021

20/20

Professor Peter Diaczuk explained how a homemade silencer could be attached to the gun used in the murder of Rhoni Reuter, the pregnant girlfriend of former Chicago Bear Shaun Gayle.

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WSTM-TV • July 20, 2021

NBC 3 News at 11

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on Police Officer Brandon Hank's racial discrimination lawsuit against the Syracuse Police Department after he was not promoted to the gang violence task force.

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WTVH-TV • July 21, 2021

CBS 5 News at 6:30

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on police morale after Police Officer Brandon Hanks of the Syracuse Police Department filed a discrimination lawsuit against the department.

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YouTube • July 23, 2021

GSJ2021: Session 3 - Improving knowledge on trafficking in persons

Research Professor Meredith Dank moderated a United Nations panel exploring the prevalence of human trafficking for the 5th International Conference on Governance, Crime and Justice Statistics.

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WBAL-AM • July 25, 2021

WBAL-AM

A study by John Jay College's Research and Evaluation Center on violence interrupter programs was cited in a story about gun violence in Baltimore.

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WABC-TV Online • July 25, 2021

Unrest in Cuba, Queens' Immigrant Welcome Center

Professor of Latin American Studies John Gutierrez explained the protests in Cuba against the Cuban government.

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NPR/National Public Radio • July 27, 2021

National Public Radio

Assistant Professor of Public Management Henry Smart explained the barriers to advancement in the police profession.

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CBSN • July 27, 2021

Officers give emotional testimony at Capitol riot committee hearing

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins gave an in-depth interview on the testimony of four police officers who were injured in the deadly January 6th riot at the U.S. Capitol.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • July 28, 2021

Crime Time (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor explained how police would investigate the tragic murder of a 20-year old aspiring football star.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • July 28, 2021

Crime Time (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on a stolen vehicle police chase in Volusia County and a 2005 cold case triple homicide investigation.

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Crime Report • July 16, 2021

Reducing Violence: Why 'Simple' Solutions Won't Work

Focused deterrence, an approach to reducing gun violence that emerged in Boston in the 1990s and has been broadly disseminated by David Kennedy of the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay, was explored as strategy on effective crime prevention.

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Crime Report • July 16, 2021

The Facts Behind the Crime 'Surge'

Assistant Professor Chris Herrmann debunked the broad narrative that ‘crime is up.'

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The Stream • July 16, 2021

Even The New York Times Just Admitted the CDC May Be Broken Beyond Repair

Pointing to a New York Times article on the CDC, John Jay graduate student Saul Zimet wrote an op-ed criticizing the agency for its response and handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Vδsterbottens-Kuriren • July 17, 2021

Vapenvεld het valfrεga i New York

Assistant Professor Chris Herrmann explained the factors contributing to the wave of shootings and murders in 2020 and 2021.

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The Courier-Journal • July 18, 2021

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Records, video show mistakes in shooting of McAtee; Police action marred by 'poor communication'

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Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins analyzed video footage and commented on how the Louisville Metro Police and the National Guard used non-lethal pepper ball guns to disperse a group.

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Spectator • July 18, 2021

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Man in custody nearly 9 years before murder sentencing

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Alissa Marque Heydari, a former prosecutor in the Manhattan District Attorney's Office and deputy director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, explained why mental competency issues and plea bargain negotiations require a significant period of time to resolve.

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American Police Beat Online • July 18, 2021

California Attorney General will take over investigations of police shootings of unarmed civilians - American Police Beat Magazine

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on the new California protocols for investigating fatal shootings of unarmed civilians.

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Portland Press Herald Online • July 18, 2021

As mental health calls increase, Maine police seek and find backup ways to respond

Jeffrey Coots, Director of the From Punishment to Public Health initiative at John Jay College, explained the nationwide trend of pairing police with mental health providers in order to provide safer responses to crises involving mental illness, homelessness and addiction.

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NJ.com • July 18, 2021

Bayonne fatal shooting raises questions: When knives, mental health crises are involved, how should police respond?

Adjunct Professors Michael Alcazar and Ralph Cilento explained the 21 foot rule in police civilian interactions and how police can respond to knife-wielding individuals.

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Business Insider • July 18, 2021

The 'crime surge' is both overhyped and underappreciated

Professor Peter Moskos commented on how both sides are mis-stating the real impact of the recent rise in violent crime, saying that the right is stoking fear while the left is ignoring concerns about a very real rise in shootings.

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The New York Times Online • July 18, 2021

'Nobody Believed Me': How Rape Cases Get Dropped

Adjunct Assistant Professor Carl Bornstein, a former federal and state prosecutor, commented on the inherent challenges of prosecuting sexual assault.

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Crime Report • July 19, 2021

Tackling 'The Thin Blue Lie'

Professor Peter Moskos explained why police reports about use-of-force incidents might underemphasize anything that might raise concerns.

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TSN Online • July 19, 2021

After jail for sex offence, former Blackhawks video coach uses interns to build business

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic explained why it would be a mistake for schools to continue sending interns to work under a former Chicago Blackhawks video coach and convicted sex offender Brad Aldrich, the CEO of a glass-etching company called OcuGlass.

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Variety • July 20, 2021

Malcolm X Series in the Works From Activist Icon's Daughter Ilyasah Shabazz, Sony's TriStar (EXCLUSIVE)

Adjunct Professor of Africana Studies Ilyasah Shabazz is working on a TV series with Sony Pictures Television about her father, Malcolm X.

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Austin American-Statesman Online • July 20, 2021

Austin tallied 44 homicides in 7 months. But as fingers point to why, a solution remains elusive

Assistant Professor Chris Herrmann explained why there is a national rise in homicides in metropolitan areas.

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Everyday Health • July 20, 2021

6 Coping Skills for Dealing With Sexual Assault Triggers| Everyday Health

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic explained why sexual assault is often underreported and how advocacy groups are handling Bill Cosby's overturned sexual assault conviction.

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NBC News NOW • July 20, 2021

Activist group works to combat gun violence in NYC: 'Police are not the only answer to public safety'

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay College, discussed gun violence in America, particularly among urban youth.

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Daily Times Leader Online • July 21, 2021

Shari Ann Madho, Esq. Honored as a Woman of the Month for July 2021 by P.O.W.E.R.-Professional Organization of Women of Excellence Recognzied

John Jay alumna Shari Ann Madho, Esq. of Meriden, Connecticut was honored as a Woman of the Month for July 2021 by P.O.W.E.R. (Professional Organization of Women of Excellence Recognized) for her outstanding contributions and achievements in the field of law.

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Crime Report • July 21, 2021

Is It Time to Bring Back 'Broken Windows' Policing?

Professor Emerita Dorothy Moses Schulz, a retired MTA-Metro North Railroad Police Captain, co-wrote an op-ed calling for broken windows policing in transit.

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Corriere del Ticino Online • July 21, 2021

Weinstein torna a Los Angeles, ma in manette

Adjunct Assistant Professor Carl Bornstein, a former federal and state prosecutor, commented on the inherent challenges of prosecuting sexual assault.

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Press of Atlantic City Online • July 21, 2021

FBI probing possible hate-crime charges in Mount Laurel racial harassment case, residents say

Professor Frank Pezzella explained why federal prosecutors get involved in hate crime cases and under which conditions.

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Inside Higher Ed • July 21, 2021

Medgar Evers College and community benefit from Juneteenth funding

John Jay College's ACE [Accelerate Complete Engage] Program, which provides students tuition waivers, free MetroCards, money for textbooks and extensive wraparound supports to help them graduate within four years, was mentioned in an article on a program that provides similar benefits at Medgar Evers College.

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INSIDER • July 21, 2021

Malcolm X's daughter is reportedly working on a TV show about his life

Adjunct Professor of Africana Studies Ilyasah Shabazz is working on a TV series about her father, Malcolm X, based on her two novels about his early life.

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Timesherald • July 22, 2021

Montgomery County Community College welcomes new deans

John Jay alumnus Terence Lynn is the new dean of the Business & Professional Studies Division at Monroe Community College.

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Jim Bohannon Show • July 22, 2021

The Jim Bohannon Show 07-21-21

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, talked about prison reform and the Biden Administration's plan to reportedly return thousands of incarcerated individuals, currently on home detention, back to prison after the state of emergency for the pandemic ends.

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Univisionnuevayork.univision.com • July 22, 2021

ΏCσmo ayudar a los niρos que han sufrido la muerte de sus seres queridos por culpa del coronavirus?

Adjunct Professor of Psychology Karina Rieke gave recommendations on how caregivers of children who lost loved ones to COVID-19 can help them in the grieving process.

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The Markup • July 22, 2021

Uber And Lyft Drivers Are Being Carjacked at Alarming Rates

Associate Professor Eric Piza explained why requiring all Lyft and Uber riders to use a valid ID is a crime deterrent.

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Queens Chronicle - Central Edition - Online • July 22, 2021

Queens overdose deaths soared in 2020

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt explained how fentanyl-laced drugs are sold in New York's illegal drug market.

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Crime Report • July 22, 2021

Critics Say Biden Falls Short on Promise to Reform Prisons

Associate Professor Andrew Sidman, Chair of the Department of Political Science, summarized Biden's early actions in his first 100-days in office as President.

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College Magazine • July 22, 2021

10 Essential Road Trips for College Student Music Junkies

John Jay senior Victoria Cruz-Greene described the music scene in New York City.

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Inside Higher Ed • July 22, 2021

CUNY faculty union divides over the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Ilya Bratman, executive director of Hillel at John Jay, commented on a resolution adopted by the Professional Staff Congress (the faculty and staff union at the City University of New York) strongly criticizing Israel for recent violence against Palestinians.

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The Chief • July 23, 2021

DOC Suppresses Speech

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro wrote a letter to the editor criticizing the NYC Department of Correction for violating correctional officers' First Amendment right to free speech.

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The Wall Street Journal • July 23, 2021

The Murder Spike of 2020: When Police Pull Back

Professor Peter Moskos wrote an article attributing the unprecedented rise in killings in 2020 as the result of treating policing as a problem to be solved, rather than an essential part of public order.

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Bloomberg Quint • July 23, 2021

Millennials Getting Raises Have Retiring Boomers to Thank

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason made the case for why ambitious federal spending plans could bring big labor-force and productivity gains.

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Brooklyndowntownstar.Com • July 23, 2021

Felicia Wilson named as David Prize finalist for work with NYC's foster care youth

John Jay alumna Felicia Wilson, executive director and founder of What About Us Inc. – a nonprofit organization that helps New York City's foster care youth ages 16-25 through multi-faceted mentorship programs - is a finalist for the David Prize, an annual award of $1 million that recognizes some of New York City's brightest visionaries and individuals who do extraordinary work in bettering the five boroughs.

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HamletHub Local News • July 23, 2021

Latimer Adds Lydia de Castro to Labs & Research Team

John Jay alumna Lydia de Castro was hired to lead the Forensics Division at the Department of Labs and Research in Westchester County.

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Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette Online • July 23, 2021

Recused prosecutor talked with investigators in deputy shooting of Arkansas teen Hunter Brittain

Alissa Marque Heydari, a former prosecutor in the Manhattan District Attorney's Office and deputy director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, advised on how a prosecuting office should investigate officer-involved civilian fatalities.

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Times Union Online • July 23, 2021

Raniere assets could be seized to satisfy restitution to victims of NXIVM

Professor of Public Management and former Assemblyman Dan Feldman explained how the assets of jailed-for-life defendants are redistributed to their victims.

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New York Daily News Online • July 23, 2021

What the left should learn from Adams

John Jay graduate student Duncan Bryer wrote an op-ed on why Eric Adams' primary win should serve as a wakeup call for New York City's progressive left.

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Univisionnuevayork.univision.com • July 24, 2021

Programas de ayuda por la pandemia llegan a su fin en Nueva York, Ώquι otras opciones tengo?

Adjunct Professor of Economics Jose Torres pointed out the jobs available as major economic relief programs implemented to help millions of people during the pandemic are about to end.

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New York Post Online • July 25, 2021

CUNY professors quit union in protest over anti-Israel screed

CUNY students and professors held a pro-Palestine rally at John Jay College on May 28, 2021.

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Aspen Daily News Online • July 26, 2021

Panelist of legal scholars discuss implications of current Supreme Court

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall was a panelist in a discussion of how former President Trump's appointment of three Supreme Court justices has changed the Supreme Court.

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Bennington Banner Online • July 26, 2021

Brattleboro appoints new police chief; first woman, first Black person to land role

John Jay alumna Norma Hardy is the first female and Black person to be police chief in Brattleboro, Vermont.

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The Atlantic • July 27, 2021

Progressive Denial Won't Stop Violent Crime – USA News Hub

Professor Peter Moskos pointed out that anti-police progressives live in safe, upper-middle-class neighborhoods that may not experience the consequences of serious crime surges.

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St. John Source • July 27, 2021

Brown Named Deputy Chief for STJ; Newton to Direct Internal Affairs

John Jay alumnus Clayton Brown was appointed deputy chief of police for the island of St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands.

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Augusta Free Press • July 27, 2021

Two presenters who met at a 2017 conference at W&L joined forces to repatriate a stolen Nepali deity

The Dallas Museum of Art returned a stolen stone sculpture representing a Hindu deity back to Nepal after Professor Erin Thompson raised concerns about its provenance.

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World Magazine Online • July 27, 2021

Less police, more crime

Professor Peter Moskos explained how public opinion on police has contributed to Eric Adams' primary win.

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The Island Packet Online • July 27, 2021

Paul Murdaugh's BAC was 3 times higher than legal limit in crash, toxicologist says

Assistant Professor of Toxicology Richard Stripp analyzed and explained Richard Murdough's blood-alcohol concentration at the time of his fatal boat crash and in the hospital.

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Decaturish • July 27, 2021

Mental health, community safety and a new way forward for policing in DeKalb

DeKalb County proposed a partnership with John Jay's National Network for Safe Communities for a new violence interruption program.

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City & State New York Online • July 27, 2021

The promise and peril of Cure Violence in NYC

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay College, commented on the excitement surrounding Cure Violence programs.

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WDRB-TV Online • July 27, 2021

LMPD podcast analyzes Group Violence Intervention initiative

The Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) announced a partnership with John Jay's National Network for Safe Communities to create the Group Violence Intervention program. It was the topic of discussion on LMPD's "On the Record" podcast.

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The Nation Online • July 27, 2021

Letters From the August 9/16, 2021, Issue

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson responded to the cofounders of Monumental Women (the group responsible for the Central Park Women’s Rights Pioneers Monument honoring Sojourner Truth, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Susan B. Anthony) for their criticism of her Nation article “The Problem With NYC’s New Women’s Rights Monument.”

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KMUY TV • July 28, 2021

State lawmakers prepare to order audit of Utah's parole agency

Professor Kimora commented on the conduct of a Utah Adult Probation & Parole Division probation officer after he lied about visiting a paroled gang member.

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The Record & Herald News Online/NorthJersey.com • July 28, 2021

Narcotics officer to chief of detectives: Jason Love followed his dad, then blazed own trail

John Jay alumnus Jason Love was profiled for his rise to Bergen County Chief of Detectives, the first Black man to hold this high-ranking post.

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POLITICO Online • July 28, 2021

Gun violence is up across the country. It's changing mayoral politics.

Assistant Professor Chris Herrmann explained the factors contributing to the wave of homicides, shootings and car thefts this year.

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GothamGazette.com • July 29, 2021

Housing for Everyone Makes Everyone Safer: The City Council Must Ensure a Fair Chance for Housing for All

Alison Wilkey, Director of Public Policy at John Jay College Institute for Justice and Opportunity, co-wrote an article calling for the passage of Intro. 2047, legislation that would immediately bar housing discrimination against people with convictions.

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Zero Hedge • July 29, 2021

Virtue-Signaling Mayors Get Amnesia On Campaign Trail After 'Defund The Police' Results In National Murder-Fest

Assistant Professor Chris Herrmann explained the factors contributing to the wave of homicides, shootings and car thefts this year.

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Policing Insight • July 30, 2021

Situational Crime Prevention: Removing opportunity and improving defence to tackle violent crime

Professor Jon Shane outlined the thinking behind situational crime prevention and how addressing the physical and social environment can help to reduce crime, aggression, and disorder.

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Observer-Dispatch Online • July 30, 2021

Is Bola Wrap a good law enforcement tool for mental health calls or does it miss the mark?

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained the effectiveness of Bola Wrap as a non-lethal law enforcement weapon.

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Bloomberg Law • July 30, 2021

Going Beyond Big Cities to Reimagine Prosecution

Alissa Marque Heydari, a former prosecutor in the Manhattan District Attorney's Office and deputy director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, announced the formation of a program with prosecutors from more than a dozen states working to revamp the criminal justice system in smaller communities.

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LA Progressive • July 31, 2021

Stop Escalating U.S./NATO Cold War against China

Associate Professor of Economics Zhun Xu commented on accusations against the Chinese government about their alleged human rights abuses of the Uyghur population in Xinjiang.

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Legal Insurrection • July 31, 2021

Man Hit by Toppled Confederate Statue Last Year Suffering From Traumatic Brain Injury

Professor Erin Thompson was featured for her tweet on the deliberate destruction of cultural heritage.

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News-Times Online • July 31, 2021

After YouTuber auditor came to Danbury, nearby towns evaluate video policies in public buildings

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD supervisor Keith Taylor commented on the policies regulating filming and behavior in public buildings after a YouTuber tried to film in Danbury's library and then city hall.

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amNewYork METRO • August 1, 2021

Ed | A comeback for our students, our university and our city

John Jay student Ifeoma Okeke is one of many CUNY students who will benefit from the CUNY Comeback Program, which forgives up to $125 million in unpaid debt.

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