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WPIX-TV • July 6, 2021

PIX11 News at 10 with Tamsen Fadal and Kori Chambers

President Karol Mason spoke at Governor Cuomo's disaster emergency announcement on gun violence at John Jay College.

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WPIX-TV • July 1, 2021

PIX11 Morning News 09:00 AM

John Gargano was featured for his successful reentry through John Jay's College Initiative Program after incarceration.

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WINS-AM • July 1, 2021

1010 WINS-AM

Former FBI special agent and Coordinator of John Jay's Fraud Examination and Financial Forensics Program David Shapiro explained the charges against the Trump Organization's CFO after he surrendered to authorities on charges of tax fraud.

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WINS-AM • July 1, 2021

1010 WINS-AM

Former FBI special agent and Coordinator of John Jay's Fraud Examination and Financial Forensics Program David Shapiro commented on the Trump Organization's first criminal indictment after the CFO surrendered to authorities.

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Spectrum News Central New York Online • July 1, 2021

Questions remain in wake of LA homemade fireworks blast

John Jay Professors Glenn Corbett and Pete Diaczuk comment on the LAPD's failed attempt to safely detonate illegal fireworks.

 

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NewsNation • July 1, 2021

NewsNation Prime

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic defined consent in the context of sexual assault.

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Spectrum News NY1 • July 6, 2021

Inside City Hall

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang commented on Eric Adams' win and the overall results in the NYC June 22 primary.

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WNBC-TV • July 7, 2021

News 4 New York at 7

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt explained how the Republican National Committee was hacked by Russian hackers and how to prevent future hacks.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • July 9, 2021

Crime Time (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor analyzed and commented on a dangerous police interaction with a shoplifter in a parking lot.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • July 10, 2021

Crime Time (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on police use of force in the case of a car jacking suspect who was struck by a Baltimore police vehicle. He also commented on the tragic case of a woman who was killed by a vicious dog.

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WIBC-FM • July 12, 2021

Tony Katz Show

Operation Ceasefire, a strategy to reduce gun violence in Boston in the 1990s developed by David Kennedy of John Jay's National Network for Safe Communities, was discussed at length.

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WNBC-TV • July 12, 2021

News 4 New York at 7

Professor of Latin American Studies Lisandro Perez explained the conditions in Cuba which led to Cubans protesting against their government.

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WINS-AM • July 14, 2021

1010 WINS-AM

Adjunct Associate Professor Lisa Fischel-Wolovick gave an in-depth interview on the Britney Spears conservatorship case.

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WINS-AM • July 14, 2021

1010 WINS-AM

Adjunct Associate Professor Lisa Fischel-Wolovick explained the purpose of the hearing on Britney Spears' conservatorship.

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Spectrum News NY1 • July 14, 2021

Inside City Hall (Part 1)

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang commented on Eric Adams' partnership with Governor Andrew Cuomo on combating gun violence.

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Spectrum News NY1 • July 14, 2021

Inside City Hall (Part 2)

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed the implementation of the Child Tax Credit and how it will affect Democrats in Congress.

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Inside Higher Ed • July 7, 2021

A community college president visits students across New York City

President Karol Mason accompanied Kingsborough Community College President Claudia Schrader to visits three incoming CUNY Justice Academy students and gifted them with John Jay swag.

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Cape Gazette • July 14, 2021

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RD20 Democrats to host special speaker presentation July 19

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President Karol Mason gave a presentation to the Delaware 20th Representative District Democratic Committee on The Future of Public Safety, a report designed to guide the national conversation on racial justice and policing in America.

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Univisionnuevayork.univision.com • June 13, 2021

Madre acusada de lanzar a sus hijos por la ventana se enfrenta a cargos de intento de asesinato

Adjunct Professor of Psychology Karina Rieke gave advice on how to help individuals suffering from depression. 

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MetroFocus Online - WNET-TV • June 25, 2021

DEREK CHAUVIN SENTENCING PREVIEW - MetroFocus

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed the Derek Chauvin sentencing and its impact.

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BET Online • June 30, 2021

Cosby Freed: The Legal Explanation On How His Conviction Was Vacated

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, explained the legal grounds on which Bill Cosby's sexual assault conviction was overturned and why he cannot be retried.

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House Committee on the Judiciary • July 1, 2021

Undoing the Damage of the War on Drugs: A Renewed Call for Sentencing Reform

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice & Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, testified before Congress on undoing the damage of the War on Drugs.

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Crime Report • July 1, 2021

Vaping, Police and Race

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice & Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, co-wrote an article on the overcriminalization of tobacco laws on Black and brown communities and the often racially disproportionate enforcement of vaping bans.

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City Limits • July 1, 2021

Justice-Involved New Yorkers Need Access to Higher Education

John Jay alumna Camilla Broderick wrote an article about the adversity she faced in obtaining her degree and the need to fund higher education services as a part of reentry for formerly-incarcerated individuals.

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News 12 New Jersey Online • July 1, 2021

Justice For All report on shooting leads to discovery of problems with NJ use-of-force database

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on a police shooting in Bloomfield which led to the discovery of widespread problems with New Jersey's reporting of police use-of-force cases statewide.

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Tribune-Review Online/TribLIVE.com • July 1, 2021

Western Pa. advocacy groups move to support sexual violence survivors after Cosby decision

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic explained why survivors of sexual violence do not report abuse.

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New York Online • July 1, 2021

Progressives Don't Need to Downplay Rising Homicides

Research by John Jay scholars on Business Improvement Districts was cited in an article on how to deter crime.

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CNN International Online • July 1, 2021

Debate on Arizone Voting Laws

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed the Supreme Court ruling on a challenge to Arizona's voting law changes.

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City • July 2, 2021

As Primary Comes Down to Absentee Ballots, Here's Where They're Coming From

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed absentee ballot voting during the June 22 NYC Democratic primary.

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The Record • July 2, 2021

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Bergen prosecutor's new chief of detectives makes history; Love is the first Black official to hold the post

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John Jay alumnus Jason Love was sworn in as Bergen County Chief of Detectives, marking the first time in Bergen County history that a Black man has held the high-ranking post.

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ABC News Online • July 2, 2021

Bill Cosby's prison release leaves accusers retraumatized, victim advocates concerned

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic discussed how the overturning of Bill Cosby's sexual assault conviction hurts the #MeToo movement.

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CBS17 • July 3, 2021

500-pound containment lid recovered blocks away after failed LAPD detonation

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett commented on an explosion triggered by a bomb squad detonating homemade fireworks in South Los Angeles.

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New York Post Online • July 3, 2021

Crime-spike myths: COVID didn't cause it, and it's not a 'hysteria'

Associate Professor of Police Science Peter Moskos wrote an article criticizing Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration for failing to curb gun violence and homicide since the George Floyd protests.

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The Herald-Mail • July 4, 2021

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Cosby ruling likely won't set precedent; Legal experts doubt it will affect other cases

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Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, commented on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court opinion that freed actor Bill Cosby.

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The New York Times • July 4, 2021

June Jobs Report Shows an 850,000 Gain, Better Than Expected

Associate Professor of Economics Michelle Holder explained why people are currently reluctant to rejoin the labor force.

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Gilbert Sun News • July 4, 2021

Gilbert officers aren't smiling for these cameras

Assistant Professor and retired NYPD homicide detective Alfred Titus explained the advantages and disadvantages of having First Amendment auditors record police-civilian encounters.

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Naples Daily News Online • July 4, 2021

Days after trial, Crowther moves to appeal sentence, $2M forfeiture, denial of acquittal

Director of Counseling Gerard Bryant provided a mental health assessment of Casey David Crowther, who was indicted by a federal grand jury in 2020 and accused of falsely acquiring $2 million in COVID-19 relief funds.

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Washington Times Online • July 5, 2021

NYC crime wave triggers rethink of racial-justice policing changes

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed how policies during the pandemic have contributed to the rise in shootings in New York City.

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ABC News Online • July 5, 2021

Feds warned last spring of spike in violence and extremism during pandemic: Memo

Director of John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center Jeffrey Butts discussed the stressors that were already mounting prior to the pandemic amid rising gun violence.

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Business Insider • July 5, 2021

At least 49 people charged in the Capitol insurrection are accused of trying to delete images, videos, or texts from their phones and social media accounts, according to a report

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt explained how law enforcement obtains incriminating messages from social media companies.

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Bustle • July 6, 2021

This Week's 'Bachelorette' Addressed A Common Misconception About Sexual Assault

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic explained why survivors of sexual violence try to form a connection with their attacker.

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Business Insider • July 6, 2021

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announces 'disaster emergency' and 'border war' on gun violence

Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a state partnership with John Jay College of Criminal Justice to share best practices with local police departments on preventing gun violence.

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The New York Times Online • July 6, 2021

Opinion | He Is Imprisoned at Guantαnamo. Making Art Is His Escape.

Moath al-Alwi, who spent over 19 years at the U.S. military detention camp at Guantαnamo Bay, created model ships from materials he found around his cells. His art was shown at an exhibition at John Jay College of Criminal Justice titled "Ode to the Sea."

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The Boston Globe • July 7, 2021

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Boston's an exception as violence spikes in US; Shootings, homicides at lower levels than in 2020

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Assistant Professor Chris Herrmann compared Boston's gun violence statistics to other cities nationwide.

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Davis Vanguard • July 7, 2021

Institute for Innovation in Prosecution Creates 11 Recommendations for Prosecutors to Follow when Creating Police Disclosure Lists.

The Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay College created a guide that details why it is crucial to have a police disclosure list (also called Brady lists) and the most important issues to consider in making one.

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New York Daily News Online • July 7, 2021

Cuomo issues first-in-nation disaster emergency on gun violence in N.Y.

Governor Cuomo announced his plan to treat gun violence as a disaster emergency at John Jay College.

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The Daily Beast • July 7, 2021

Trump's Claims of Tax Genius May Undermine Legal Defense of Ignorance

Adjunct Assistant Professor Carl Bornstein, a former New York prosecutor, explained why cross-examination of Trump by prosecutors with the Manhattan district attorney and New York State attorney general for criminal tax fraud would be devastating for his defense.

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Times Union • July 8, 2021

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FUNDS WERE PART OF BUDGET

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New York State will spend $139 million to help curb what Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has called a gun violence epidemic. Some of the money will be allocated to John Jay researchers who will collect better data on violent crime.

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My NBC 15 • July 8, 2021

'Why stay?': Law enforcement advocates explain exodus from police forces

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maria “Maki” Haberfeld explained why an anti-police climate in the country could cause lasting damage to the profession.

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Slate • July 8, 2021

It's Time for a New Crime Bill

The report "Reducing Violence Without Police: A Review of Research Evidence" from the John Jay Research and Evaluation Center was cited in an article about a new crime bill.

 

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INSIDER • July 8, 2021

San Francisco trained cops to use deadly force only as a last resort, and officials are learning from its example

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney commented on the proposed New York State legislation that would criminalize police officers' use of some force.

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ABC News Online • July 8, 2021

California shifts police shooting probes to attorney general

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

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Reuters - Reuters.com • July 8, 2021

U.S. chose not to prosecute 82% of hate-crime suspects from 2005-2019

Professor Frank Pezzella explained what determines whether hate crimes get prosecuted or not.

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The New York Times Online • July 8, 2021

Why Voters Favored Centrists in the New York City Mayor's Race

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang explained why the Democratic Socialists of America endorsed no candidates in the Democratic primary for mayor of New York City.

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The Star-Ledger • July 9, 2021

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State Police traffic stop data now online It's the first comprehensive look at who troopers pull over.

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Policing experts at John Jay College commented on the New Jersey State Police Traffic Stop Dashboard, which provides details on millions of State Police traffic stops.

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Police 1 • July 9, 2021

Video: Deputy trips and shoots as knife-wielding suspect charges

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney reviewed and commented on a footage of a Mississippi sheriff's deputy fatally shooting a civilian who charged at him with a knife.

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Police 1 • July 9, 2021

Mississippi is changing its policy on releasing police shooting videos

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney commented on calls to release video footage of the shooting death of Leonard Parker Jr. by a Gulfport police officer. A "toolkit" for prosecutors and communities dealing with officer-involved fatalities, produced by the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay, was cited.

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KMUY TV • July 9, 2021

Parole failure leads to death of Utah handyman

Professor of Criminology, Leadership and Ethics Kimora reviewed significant documentation and commented on the conduct of a parole officer of the Utah Board of Pardons and Parole and Adult Probation and Parole after a parolee was charged for murder after repeatedly violating the terms of his parole.

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The Chief • July 9, 2021

Schiraldi Disrespects COs

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro wrote a letter to the editor criticizing DOC commissioner Vincent Schiraldi for publicly attacked DOC employees who were sick during the pandemic and who are currently on sick leave.

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Oxygen (US) • July 9, 2021

Kyle Rittenhouse's Lawyer Claims He Opened Fire At BLM Protest Because Victim Was Convicted Sex Offender

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, analyzed the legal strategy a lawyer for Kyle Rittenhouse is using to justify why he fatally shot two demonstrators and wounded another at a Black Lives Matter protest last summer.

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Gothamist - WNYC-FM • July 9, 2021

Eric Adams, Once A Rebel Cop, May Soon Control The NYPD. What Happens Next?

Assistant Professor Chris Herrmann commented on where Eric Adams would fall politically as compared to Mayors de Blasio and Giuliani.

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The Florida Star • July 10, 2021

Eric Adams Poised to Become New York's Second Black Mayor

John Jay alumnus Eric Adams was profiled after winning the Democratic primary for mayor.

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New York Post Online • July 10, 2021

NYPD Emergency Service Unit: The cops the cops call for NYC disasters

The NYPD's elite Emergency Service Unit, a highly trained force of 500 officers who can tackle any emergency, are trained in psychological techniques at John Jay College.

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New York Post Online • July 10, 2021

NYC auto theft numbers going down a bad road

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the rise in car theft in NYC.

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Foundation for Economic Education • July 11, 2021

The Malthusian fallacy Paul Krugman just fell for

John Jay graduate student Saul Zimet wrote an article criticizing economist Paul Krugman for speaking positively of a reduction in population pressure in a world of limited resources and major environmental problems.

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Monster Children Magazine Online • July 12, 2021

In Guantαnamo, One Prisoner Makes Art to Survive

Moath al-Alwi, who spent over 19 years at the U.S. military detention camp at Guantαnamo Bay, created model ships from materials he found around his cells. His art was shown at an exhibition at John Jay College of Criminal Justice titled "Ode to the Sea."

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France 24 • July 12, 2021

Cuba blames unrest on US sanctions, social media campaigns

Assistant Professor of Latin American Studies John Gutierrez discussed the protests in Cuba over medicine shortages, power outages and other economic shortcomings.

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Hyperallergic • July 12, 2021

The Brontλ Archive Needs to be Secured for Public Use and Made Accessible

Using the perspective and experiences of her undergraduate students studying English literature at John Jay, Professor Helen Kapstein argues materials in a Brontλ collection should be made public not sold to a private collector, after Sotheby’s announced an auction of the Brontλ collection.

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Atlanta Journal-Constitution Online • July 12, 2021

Opinion: Some cities may eliminate bus, subway fares

Professor Emerita Dorothy Schultz commented on why public transit should not be free.

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My NBC 15 • July 13, 2021

Biden seeks more investment in community-based violence prevention programs

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, explained how police and staff at violence interrupter programs work together.

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Discover Online • July 13, 2021

The Science of Spotting a Liar

Professor Maria Hartwig, who has conducted research on lying, discussed the analysis of facial expressions in distinguishing the truth from a lie.

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Scary Mommy • July 14, 2021

Meet The TikTok Therapists Providing Free Mental Health Content For Everyone

John Jay alumnus Will Mills, MA, LPC was profiled for his work as a TikTok therapist. He uses TikTok to combat the stigma ofmental health stigma, provide education regarding mental health, and eliminate the invisible distance between client and provider.

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The Courier-Journal • July 14, 2021

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Evans has used force in past; Records show incidents since hitting protester

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Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maria “Maki” Haberfeld explained why the number of use-of-force incidents by an officer is not by itself a fair measure of their performance.

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Daily Mail - MailOnline UK • July 14, 2021

Family of Andrew Brown files $30 million suit in fatal police shooting

Professor Candace McCoy of John Jay and the CUNY Graduate Center commented on the civil lawsuit brought by the family of Andrew Brown Jr., an unarmed black man who was fatally shot by sheriff's deputies in North Carolina.

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Naked Capitalism • July 14, 2021

When Counterculture Goes Mainstream: A Dispatch from the 2021 Bitcoin Conference | naked capitalism

Adjunct Lecturer of Economics Taryn Fivek wrote about Bitcoin cryptocurrency and her participation in the 2021 Bitcoin conference.

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Vox • July 14, 2021

Biden's Cuba policy is suddenly in the spotlight

Professor of Latin American Studies Lisandro Perez commented on the conditions in Cuba which have led to protests against the government.

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The New York Times Online • July 14, 2021

'No Vaccine for Racism': Asian New Yorkers Still Live in Fear of Attacks

Psychology Professor Kevin Nadal commented on the hate crimes task force in the NYPD that specifically deals with anti-Asian incidents. Alissa Heydari, deputy director for the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, explained why prosecuting these attacks as hate crimes is difficult in court.

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Newsday • July 15, 2021

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Chief of patrol leaving in Suffolk; Brown retiring, is fifth top member of force to go in '21

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Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on number of of retirements from the Suffolk County Police Department's leadership ranks.

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Juice (US) • July 15, 2021

This Indiana sheriff's department likes to share pursuit videos. Why won't they show what happened to Malik Ali Malik?

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney commented on the Monroe County Sheriff's Department failure to release body and dashcam video from the April 17 police car chase of Malik Ali Malik, a wanted man who died during the police pursuit.

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Gothamist - WNYC-FM • July 15, 2021

De Blasio Says Man Tased By NYPD On Subway Acted Aggressively, But Criticizes Lack Of De-Escalation

Associate Professor of Police Science Heath Grant discussed de-escalation in a violent police encounter with a civilian on the subway.

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NJ.com • July 15, 2021

New prosecutor is county's first permanent chief law enforcement officer since 2013

John Jay alumnus William Daniel was sworn in as Union County prosecutor, the chief law enforcement official in the county.

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INSIDER • July 15, 2021

Yes, violent crime is up - but don't expect the spike to last

Assistant Professor Chris Herrmann explained how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted crime in the US.

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