Associated Press • 06/12/2019
San Francisco prosecutors turn to AI to reduce
Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution Lucy Lang and
President of the Center for Policing Equity Phillip Atiba Goff commended
San Francisco prosecutors for using artificial intelligence to reduce
New York Post • 06/13/2019
Bootleg liquor eyed as cause of Dominican Republic
Professor of Forensic
Science Dr. Lawrence Kobilinsky pointed to adulterated alcohol as the
possible cause of the deaths of American tourists in the Dominican
Associated Press • 06/16/2019
Family of Costco shooting victim speaks out as
LAPD investigates officer's actions
Criminal Justice Professor
Joe Giacalone commented on police use of force in the case of the Costco
shooting between an off-duty officer and a mentally disabled man.
Bustle • 06/16/2019
Is Jackie Rohr Based On A Real Person? Kevin
Bacon's 'City On A Hill' Character Is A Super Corrupt Cop
new show “City on a Hill” is about the Boston Miracle, a police effort
based on Operation Ceasefire which was developed by John Jay Professor of
Criminal Justice and Director of the National Network for Safe Communities
Philanthropy News Digest •
Mellon Foundation Awards $3.3 Million for Prison
The Prisoner Reentry
Institute (PRI) at John Jay College received a $1.5 million grant from The
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to expand PRI’s educational and reentry
York Daily News • 06/19/2019
The content of ‘character’: What the withdrawal of
Kyle Kashuv’s acceptance says about Harvard and higher education
Evan Mandery, a Harvard alumnus, wrote an op-ed criticizing the Harvard
admissions committee for rescinding the admission of Parkland survivor Kyle
Kashuv, after they learned of past racist tweets.
The Wall Street Journal •
NYPD Arrests of Teens Drop Under ‘Raise the Age’
of Police Studies and former police officer Eugene O’Donnell commented on
the relationship between fewer arrests and public safety.
The Economist • 06/19/2019
The push to decriminalise sex work in New York
Meredith Dank, a research professor and expert on human trafficking, spoke about how
the bill to decriminalize prostitution in New York will affect prostitutes.
Reader’s Digest • 06/20/2019
Worst Things You Can Say to Your Parents
Professor of Psychology Elizabeth
Jeglic explained parental psyche in an article about the worst words,
phrases, and sentences kids say to their parents.
U.S. Attorney McSwain, Philadelphia District
Attorney Krasner Clash Despite Shared Vision for Safer City
Executive Director of the Institute
for Innovation in Prosecution and former prosecutor Lucy Lang spoke about
prosecutor accountability to the public in a story about the clash between
U.S. Attorney McSwain and Philadelphia District Attorney Krasner.
News • 06/20/2019
'Johns' in San Francisco sit down for a class on
the sex trade
Professor of Political Science
Samantha Majic’s article “Teaching Equality? ‘John Schools,’ Gender, and
Institutional Reform” was cited in a story about First Offender
Prostitution Program also known as John School.
Associated Press • 06/20/2019
The Latest: Expert: Delay reaching officer was
Professor of Police Science Steve
Nasta criticized the police tactics used in the standoff between a shooter
and the police, which left Officer Tara O’Sullivan fatally wounded.