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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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House Committee Hearing - C-SPAN • June 17, 2021

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

Adjunct Lecturer and retired NYPD officer Jillian Snider testified in Congress at the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security hearing on June 17th.

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WINS-AM • June 17, 2021

1010 WINS-AM

Associate Professor of Political Science Maxwell Mak gave an in-depth interview on the Republican effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act and the Supreme Court's ruling which rejected the latest Republican attempt.

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WINS-AM • June 17, 2021

Radio clip from WINS-AM

Associate Professor of Political Science Maxwell Mak commented on the Supreme court's decision protecting the Affordable Care Act.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • June 18, 2021

Crime Time

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor explained how police will investigate the murder of a mother who was stabbed in front of her toddlers in her home.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • June 18, 2021

Crime Time

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor advised how people should react during an active shooter situation and explained how police departments work together to investigate shootings across multiple areas.

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FiveThirtyEight • June 19, 2021

Why The NYC Mayoral Race Is Moderates' To Lose l FiveThirtyEight

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang, a member of the Democratic Socialists of America, discussed the Democratic primary race for New York City mayor and how progressivism is shaping politics more broadly.

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WUPL-TV • June 19, 2021

Trace of Evil (Part 1)

The rape and murder of John Jay graduate student Imette St. Guillen was the subject of an episode of "Trace of Evil."

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KDRV-TV • June 19, 2021

NewsWatch 12 at 6:00

Professor of Criminology Peter Moskos commented on the mass resignation of the Portland Police’s rapid response team specializing in protest crowd control.

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KXLY-TV • June 19, 2021

4 News Now at 6

Professor of Criminology Peter Moskos commented on the mass resignation of the Portland Police’s rapid response team specializing in protest crowd control.

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NewsNation • June 21, 2021

Banfield

Professor Emeritus Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed how investigators will collect forensic evidence from the crime scene of the double homicide of two prominent Murdaugh family members in South Carolina.

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KGW-TV • June 22, 2021

KGW News at 6

A study from John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center was the focus of a segment on how to reduce gun violence in Portland, Oregon.

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Spectrum News NY1 • June 23, 2021

News All Night

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed the ranked choice voting results from the NYC Democratic mayoral primary race.

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KNX-AM • June 23, 2021

KNX In Depth

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, explained the Supreme Court ruling on whether police can search a person's home without a warrant and President Biden's plan to address violent crime.

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NewsNation • June 23, 2021

Banfield (Part 2)

Professor Emeritus of Forensic Science Lawrence Kobilinsky explained whether DNA can be retrieved from cellphones in the case of the Murdaugh family murders.

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Spectrum News Kentucky • June 24, 2021

Louisville Budget includes project with John Jay's National Network for Safe Communities

Louisville Metro Council passed a $986 million budget, which includes an allocation for a police-community reconciliation project administered by the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay.

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News 12 New Jersey • June 24, 2021

News 12 New Jersey (24 Hours)

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins analyzed body camera footage and the police report about a Bloomfield police officer shooting an unarmed motorist who tried to drive away after they attempted to arrest him.

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Fusion • June 24, 2021

Univision News (English)

Director of John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center Jeffrey Butts discussed the data on gun violence in 2020 and before the pandemic in NYC.

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NewsNation • June 24, 2021

Banfield (Part 1)

Professor Emeritus of Forensic Science Lawrence Kobilinsky explained what may have been the cause of death and the conditions under which the body of Stephen Smith was found.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • June 26, 2021

Crime Time (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on the sentencing of Derek Chauvin.

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WINS-AM • June 28, 2021

1010 WINS-AM

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, explained how the Trump Organization will be prosecuted on charges of tax fraud.

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CBS News • June 28, 2021

Federal officials who probed Twin Towers to handle Florida condo collapse investigation

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett explained how federal officials will investigate the collapse of a Surfside condo.

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WINS-AM • June 28, 2021

1010 WINS-AM

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, explained how the Trump Organization will be prosecuted on charges of tax fraud.

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NPR/National Public Radio • June 29, 2021

BBC Radio - The Inquiry

David Brotherton, Professor of Sociology and Criminology, discussed his work on credible messenger programs, where justice-involved individuals connect with and motivate the most at-risk youth to transform destructive thinking, attitudes and actions.

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Spectrum News NY1 • June 29, 2021

Inside City Hall

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed the ranked choice voting results from the NYC Democratic mayoral primary race.

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NewsNation • June 30, 2021

Banfield

Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett discussed the Surfside condominium building collapse. The building disaster protocols he developed post 9/11 are being used by officials in Miami.

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Spectrum News NY1 • June 30, 2021

Inside City Hall with Errol Louis

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed the very close ranked-choice voting results from the NYC Democratic mayoral primary race.

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Blackboard • June 30, 2021

John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY) - 2021 Catalyst Award Winner

John Jay College received the 2021 Blackboard Catalyst Award for Training & Professional Development thanks to the Department of Online Education & Support and Teaching and Learning Center's innovative workshop.

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The Berkeley Daily Planet • June 16, 2021

Extra from The Berkeley Daily Planet

The Criminal Injustice podcast #136 Police Reform from a Rare Perspective with President Karol V. Mason and The Future of Public Safety report was cited.

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The New York Times • June 15, 2021

Runners-Up From Our 8th Annual Student Editorial Contest

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria J. Browne-Marshall commented on a study which found that young, Black men were over-represented in private prisons.

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LEO Weekly • June 16, 2021

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How Police Will (Still) Be Used In City's New Violence Prevention Strategy

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David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Community, explained the efficacy of the Group Violence intervention strategy.

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Lo Ultimo Digital • June 16, 2021

Abogada dominicana dirigirα Oficina Asuntos de Inmigrantes Alcalde NYC

Adjunct Professor Raquel Batista will direct the Office of Immigrant Affairs of the Mayor of New York.

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Caribbean Life Online • June 16, 2021

Dominican NYPD lieutenant making huge difference in Bronx Precinct

John Jay alumna Rennae Francis was profiled for her leadership of the 46th Precinct Detective Squad, which boasts the highest clearance rate in shootings and homicides in the Bronx.

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KVPR.org • June 16, 2021

Bakersfield Police Broke 31 People's Bones in Four Years. No Officer Has Been Disciplined for It

Professor Peter Moskos explained why batons are among the safer weapons police officers carry.

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Newsday Online • June 16, 2021

Murder, auto theft increased in 2020 amid pandemic

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, debunked the link between NY bail reform and the surge in gun violence.

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New York Daily News Online • June 16, 2021

NYC mayoral candidate Andrew Yang casts his ballot, seems to hint at new cross-endorsement

NYC mayoral candidate Andrew Yang cast his vote in the NYC Democratic primary at John Jay College.

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The Courier-Journal • June 17, 2021

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Hope, doubts hang on city's Synergy initiative; Trust in LMPD is broken. Can this project fix it?

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CLOUT, an advocacy group comprised of religious congregations in Louisville, Kentucky, called for the city of Louisville to adopt a reconciliation program developed by the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay College.

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Einpresswire.com • June 17, 2021

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR NEWS RELEASE: Three deputy directors appointed to state Budget, Health departments

John Jay alumna Marian Tsuji was appointed deputy director of Behavioral Health Administration at Hawaii's Department of Health.

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Bklyner. • June 17, 2021

In Council District 38, Candidates Seek to Represent a Mosaic of Communities

Adjunct Professor Victor Swinton, an NYPD lieutenant commander of the Detective Squad, ran for City Council to represent Brooklyn's 38th District.

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FiveThirtyEight • June 17, 2021

Why Progressives Have Struggled In The NYC Mayoral Race

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed the progressive movement in New York City and how it is shaping politics.

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The Daily Beast • June 17, 2021

Juneteenth Becomes First Federal Holiday to Acknowledge Country's 'Moral Stain'

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed the meaning of Juneteenth.

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FOX News Channel Online • June 17, 2021

Cotton warns that China may try to collect DNA from athletes during Olympics

Director of the Master's Program in Forensic Science and Associate Professor Mechthild Prinz commented on China's effort to collect DNA from millions of men to help solve crimes.

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Rochesterlavoz • June 18, 2021

Candidates for Monroe County Legislature State Positions on Five Key Questions

A study from John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center on how to reduce violence without police was cited.

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The Providence Journal Online • June 18, 2021

Providence's gun deaths are up in 2021, but that's just part of the story

Assistant Professor Chris Herrmann discussed gun violence in 2021.

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Law360 • June 18, 2021

NY Cannabis Law Is National Blueprint For Pot Expungement

Alison Wilkey, Director of Public Policy at John Jay College Institute for Justice and Opportunity, emphasized the importance of expungement provisions.

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GothamGazette.com • June 19, 2021

Future of Immigrant Communities the Focus of Brooklyn City Council Race

Adjunct Professor Victor Swinton, an NYPD lieutenant commander of the Detective Squad, ran for City Council to represent Brooklyn's 38th District.

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Yahoo! Canada News • June 19, 2021

How to become a Forensic Expert

John Jay College was named as one of the world-renowned universities offering forensic science programs.

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CNN Online • June 19, 2021

US law enforcement 'very nervous' about proactive policing as gun violence soars

Jeffrey Butts, director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, pointed out why different people have different reactions to police stops. Professor Peter Moskos commented on the Chicago Police Department's foot pursuit ban.

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The Oregonian • June 20, 2021

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Rift between city, police widens Mass resignations from riot control team highlight unprecedented disarray at police bureau

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Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on the mass resignation of the Portland police's rapid response team specializing in protest crowd control.

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The Washington Post Online • June 20, 2021

Opinion | Taking on racism and crime should be the same fight

A study from John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center on violence interrupters was cited.

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City • June 21, 2021

Progressives Push for City Council Turf Eastward in Queens

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang, commented on Jaslin Kaur, a progressive candidate who ran for the City Council seat representing conservative sections of Queens.

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Minnesota Reformer • June 21, 2021

Minneapolis police workers' comp claims have skyrocketed

Adjunct Professor of Clinical Psychology Thomas Coghlan explained why police unions encourage officers to stage “sickouts" or work slowdowns.

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The Nation Online • June 21, 2021

Socialists Were Once Serious Contenders for Mayor of New York, and They Will Be Again

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang commented on the Democratic Socialists of America's strategy in the NYC Democratic primary race.

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The New York Times Online • June 21, 2021

Opinion | He's a Former Officer. She's 'Had Enough' of the Police. Who Will Come Out Ahead?

David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Community, explained how policing tactics in Black communities have eroded their trust in law enforcement.

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The New York Times • June 22, 2021

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The Democrats in the Manhattan D.A. Race

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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 Oracle, University of South Florida • June 22, 2021

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Graduated students share thoughts on makeup in-person commencement

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John Jay alumnus Jordan St. Laurent graduated from the master's program for international criminal justice.

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US National Archives • June 22, 2021

The Declaration of Independence and Diversity: Then and Now

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria J. Browne-Marshall was a panelist at a discussion on how the ideals and words of the Declaration of Independence relate to issues of race, gender, and diversity today.

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India Currents Online • June 22, 2021

Don't Forget People Are Still Dying In India - Best Indian American Magazine

Doctoral Lecturer Madhura Bandyopadhyay wrote an article on how the pandemic has personally devastated her family in India.

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The Markup • June 22, 2021

Why is ransomware on the rise?

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt explained what is necessary to stop ransomware attacks.

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INSIDER • June 22, 2021

Police officers are trained to frame their police reports to deceive, former cop turned academic says

Adjunct Assistant Professor Alfred Titus, a former NYPD homicide detective and hostage negotiator, explained how police officers are trained to write reports.

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The Boston Globe • June 23, 2021

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K-9 Kitt 'answered the call'; Police dog killed in shootout honored with funeral at Gillette Stadium

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Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained the funeral rites of K-9 officers.

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Hackensack Daily Voice • June 23, 2021

Shock, Sadness Spread: Young Harrison Police Officer Dies

John Jay graduate student and Harrison Police Officer Elizabeth Yasmin Delacruz tragically passed away.

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The Michigan Daily, The University of Michigan • June 23, 2021

Virtual event addressing Anti-Asian hate on college campuses gets shut down following obscene interruptions from 'Zoom-bomber'

Professor of Psychology Kevin Nadal, keynote speaker of the virtual Anti-Asian hate panel, "Anti-Asian Hate and Mental Health on College Campuses," emphasized importance of recognizing the diverse identities and ethnicities within the Asian-American community and the different lived experiences of each individual.

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CBS News Online • June 23, 2021

Biden rolling out gun violence prevention strategy

Paul Smith, Director of Reconciliation at the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay, discussed President Biden's new initiative aimed at tackling what he calls the nation's "gun violence epidemic."

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Tech Inside Out • June 24, 2021

Blackboard Announces Winners of 2021 Catalyst Awards

John Jay is a proud recipient of the 2021 Blackboard Catalyst Award for Training & Professional Development thanks to the Department of Online Education & Support and Teaching and Learning Center's innovative workshop.

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The Courier News • June 24, 2021

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NJ police changing their minds on body cameras

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Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on a new New Jersey bill that would let officers review their body camera footage before they write their incident reports.

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Des Moines Register • June 24, 2021

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New approach to police calls; Social workers embed with Marshalltown officers to give on-site and long-term aid to people in crisis

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Dr. Jeff Coots, Director of the From Punishment to Public Health initiative based at John Jay, discussed the MPACT program, which has social service workers and crisis units respond to police calls.

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Law Enforcement Today • June 24, 2021

Enough is enough: Sen. Hawley proposes hiring 100,000 police officers to combat crime wave – COUNTER.NEWS

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the spike in homicides and shootings in May and June this year.

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Hechoencalifornia1010 • June 24, 2021

Nueva York, un polo turνstico acuciado por el aumento de tiroteos

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, debunked the tendency to link changes in police budgets to an increase in shootings.

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The Skimm • June 24, 2021

Stronger Than Yesterday: Antitrust Laws, Britney, Pride Diplomacy

Louisa Aviles, Director of the Group Violence Intervention Intitiative at the National Network for Safe Communities, discussed trends in violent crime and President Biden's new plan to combat crime.

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Crime Report • June 24, 2021

NYC Dem Voters Favor Alternatives to Policing: Poll

A 2020 study by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice on the effect of Cure Violence programs on shootings was cited.

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Forsyth County News Online • June 24, 2021

Mullin joins Forsyth County as director of code compliance and animal services

John Jay alumnus John Mullin joined the Forsyth County government as Code Compliance and Animal Services director on June 23.

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Protocol • June 24, 2021

Amazon wants to legalize pot, but it's defending drug tests in court

Assistant Professor Marta Concheiro-Guisan discussed marijuana urine tests.

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Bloomberg Law • June 24, 2021

Derek Chauvin Sentencing: Accountability, Not Revenge

Professor Candace McCoy of John Jay and the Graduate Center wrote an op-ed on how the judge will sentence Derek Chauvin for murder of George Floyd.

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The Appeal • June 24, 2021

NYC Voters: Prioritize Policing Alternatives To Tackle Violence

A 2020 study by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice on the effect of Cure Violence programs on shootings was cited.

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Gothamist - WNYC-FM • June 24, 2021

Mapping The Clusters of NYPD Officers Repeatedly Accused Of Misconduct

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained the conditions under which officers accumulate civilian complaints.

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NBC News • June 24, 2021

Video shows teen stunned by Florida trooper outside girlfriend's home

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins analyzed and commented on video of a trooper tasing a civilian.

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NBC News • June 24, 2021

Police who kill often receive lenient or no punishments. Derek Chauvin could be the exception.

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed if the Chauvin sentencing will affect how prosecutors charge police officers nationwide.

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The Chief • June 25, 2021

End Incompetence, Not Rikers

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro wrote a letter to the editor criticizing the closing the Rikers and identifying DOC's incompetence as the root cause of jail mismanagement.

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Tactical Life Online • June 25, 2021

Why Police Officers are Walking Away

Professor Peter Moskos explained how the 2020 protests against police brutality have affected policing.

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POLITICO Online • June 25, 2021

Giuliani's law license suspended - Adams says he's Democrats' future - No timeline for Cuomo probe

Associate Professor of Economics Michelle Holder has been named president and CEO of the Washington Center for Equitable Growth.

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The New York Times Online • June 25, 2021

Eric Adams Promises to 'Show America How to Run a City'

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang commented on the challenges Eric Adams will face from City Council if elected Mayor.

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The Courier-Journal • June 26, 2021

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Who won and who lost on budget; Police dept. won't see significant funding cuts

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Louisville Metro Council passed a $986 million budget, which includes an allocation for a police-community reconciliation project administered by the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay.

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Battle Creek Enquirer • June 26, 2021

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Appeal challenges eyewitness testimony

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Professor of Psychology Margaret Kovera commented on the viewing conditions under which a witness identified a man involved in an armed robbery and assault.

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New York Post Online • June 26, 2021

Gay cops 'disappointed' by Pride's law-enforcement ban

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, commented on the ban on gay cops marching in the New York City Pride March.

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New York Post Online • June 26, 2021

911 NYPD response times slow in year following George Floyd murder

Professor Peter Moskos commented on the number of factors involved in why NYPD response times have spiked in the year following the murder of George Floyd.

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New York Post Online • June 26, 2021

Critics demand answers as to why accused Bronx gang shooter was on the streets

 Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on a Bronx gang member who was accused of opening fire near children.

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FOX News Channel Online • June 26, 2021

Around-the-clock rescue effort continues as federal team preps for investigation

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett explained how the Surfside condo collapse will be investigated.

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NBC News • June 27, 2021

Portland, Ore., leaders walk tightrope between calls to defund police, escalating violence

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maria Haberfeld commented on the increase in police resignations and retirements nationwide.

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Figaro • June 28, 2021

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L'introuvable rΓ©forme de la police amΓ©ricaine; L'ex-agent Derek Chauvin a Γ©tΓ© condamnΓ© Γ  22Β ans de prison pour le meurtre de George Floyd le 25Β mai 2020 Γ  Minneapolis. Un drame qui a marquΓ© un tournant dans l'histoire des tensions raciales

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Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maria “Maki” Haberfeld commented on a story about the sentencing of Derek Chauvin.

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Newsday • June 28, 2021

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Schumer: Expand move against illegal guns

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Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained how local police, prosecutors and judges can reduce gun crimes in NYC.

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Newsday • June 28, 2021

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Experts: Video, cop account differ; Suffolk officer said alleged thief intentionally hit SUV

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Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD internal affairs supervisor Dr. Keith Taylor commented on surveillance video of a stolen car chase that contradicts an officer's sworn accusation.

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Oxygen (US) • June 28, 2021

'We Got Justice But Not Enough Justice': George Floyd's Family Disavows Derek Chauvin's Sentence

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria J. Browne-Marshall commented on how police officers are prosecutors for deadly force.

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Newsday Online • June 28, 2021

Expand drive against illegal guns to Southeast

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on gun crimes and existing laws.

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Mashable • June 28, 2021

Inside the shady world of influencers promoting cryptocurrency

Adjunct Associate Professor Marie Springer, author of "The Politics of Ponzi Schemes: History, Theory and Policy" classified the various alternative cryptocurrencies and their marketing schemes.

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Associated Press • June 29, 2021

Trump's company could face criminal charges in NYC

Former FBI special agent and Coordinator of John Jay's Fraud Examination and Financial Forensics Program David Shapiro explained how the Trump Organization will be prosecuted on charges of tax fraud.

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Bloomberg Government - Online • June 29, 2021

Democratic States Reap Twice the Gains in House Highway Bill

Chair of the Department of Political Science Andrew Sidman explained why Republicans will not cooperate with Democrats on passing legislation that will benefits their constituents.

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Crime Report • June 29, 2021

Court Fees Called 'Another Layer of Punishment' for Rural Poor

The John Jay College Center on Media, Crime and Justice (CMCJ) convened two conferences in 2019-2020 to bring experts and policymakers together with journalists to discuss the criminal justice system's use of fines and fees.

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Journalist's Resource • June 29, 2021

'Defund the police': What it means and what the research says on whether more police presence reduces crime

Professor of Criminology Peter Moskos questioned why money for expanding social services should come from police coffers.

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Bloomberg Law • June 29, 2021

Policing Cops Lures Law Firms Seeking Social Justice Cred Boost

Professor Emeritus Delores Jones-Brown, a former independent consent decree monitor who served on an oversight team in Ferguson, Missouri discussed consent decrees.

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Grunge • June 29, 2021

The Scary Weapon People Can Create With 3D Printers

David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Community, commented on the process of manufacturing firearms at home.

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The Boston Globe Online • June 29, 2021

Street violence is up throughout US, but not in Boston

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann explained why there was a surge in shootings in 2020 nationwide.

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Vanity Fair Online • June 29, 2021

"My Duty as a Politician Is to Break Stereotypes": Chi Ossι's Revolution Is About to Land in New York City Politics

Chi Ossι, the youngest NYC city council representative of the 36th district, cited a John Jay study from the Research and Evaluation Center on the effectiveness of violence interrupter programs.

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New York Post Online • June 29, 2021

Times 'Scare': How NYC's soaring crime is bleeding into Crossroads of the World

Assistant Professor Chris Herrmann explained when and why NYC is experiencing a spike in gun violence.

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Scary Mommy • June 30, 2021

Why You Need To Talk To Your Kids About Porn

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic explained how children and teens may encounter pornography.

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Mountain Xpress • June 30, 2021

Institute for Innovation in Prosecution Launches Beyond Big Cities Initiative with Buncombe County District Attorney's Office

The Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay College of Criminal Justice recently launched the Beyond Big Cities initiative, which aims to to promote innovative practices in prosecutors' offices in non-urban communities.

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Spectrum News 13 Online • June 30, 2021

Federal team prepares for probe of what went wrong at Surfside condo

Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett explained how the National Institutes of Standards and Technology will investigate the collapse of the Surfside condo building.

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Asbury Park Press Online • June 30, 2021

Bill Cosby release news shocks. For survivors of abuse, it's 'very triggering.'

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic explained what triggers sexual assault survivors.

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Bloomberg Law • June 30, 2021

We Must Demand Prosecutorial Reform After Chauvin Sentencing

Professor of Constitutional and civil rights attorney Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall wrote an op-ed pointing out that Derek Chauvin's conviction and sentencing for George Floyd's murder was rare in officer-involved civilian killings and that criminal justice reforms should be directed at the role of prosecutors.

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The Daily Caller • June 30, 2021

It's Much Bigger Than Police

Professor Emeritus of Philosophy John Kleinig explained the many reasons for the rise in violent crime.

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CBS News Online • June 30, 2021

Florida officials call for grand jury investigation of Surfside building collapse

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett, who is also technical editor and columnist for Fire Engineering Magazine and formerly served as a member of the National Construction Safety Team Advisory Committee, joined CBSN to discuss the ongoing investigations into the cause of the deadly Miami condo collapse.

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