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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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CBS New York • June 1, 2021

John Jay College Of Criminal Justice Prof. Dennis Kenney On Use Of Force Legislation

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney gave an in-depth interview on New York Attorney General Letitia James' proposed legislation on changing police use of force standards.

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KNX-AM • June 1, 2021

KNX-AM Radio

Professor Robert McCrie discussed why there was a double digit increase in mass shootings over the past year.

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WCBS-TV • June 1, 2021

CBS Evening News With Norah O'Donnell

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann commented on the numerous mass shootings on Memorial Day weekend and explained why there was a spike in gun violence in 2020 and 2021.

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Bloomberg Television • June 1, 2021

Bloomberg Markets

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason's opinion on using direct payments during economic crises was discussed.

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NewsNation • June 1, 2021

NewsNation Prime

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, explored the possibility of clemency for Rolf Kaestel, who is serving a life sentence for robbing an Arkansas taco restaurant using a toy water gun.

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WABC-TV • June 2, 2021

Hackers breached several of MTA's computer systems in April

Adjunct Professor John Bandler, who was written two books on cybersecurity, discussed how the recent massive cyberattacks on the MTA is part of a larger pattern of superpowers targeting America's major industries.

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WNYW-TV • June 2, 2021

Good Day Wake Up

Director of John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center Jeffrey Butts explained the 2020 NYS bail reform law and his research on the number of people rearrested while awaiting trial.

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KNX-AM • June 2, 2021

KNX-AM package

Professor Robert McCrie discussed how employees can identify signs of a mass shooter as the nation faces an increase in workplace shootings over the past year.

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WNYW-TV • June 2, 2021

Good Day New York

Director of John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center Jeffrey Butts explained the 2020 NYS bail reform law.

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KHNL-TV • June 2, 2021

Hawaii News Now First at 4:30PM

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann discussed the factors involved in why there are numerous mass shootings nationwide.

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WINS-AM • June 2, 2021

1010 WINS-AM

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt discussed how the MTA defended itself against the recent hacker cyberattack.

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CNN International • June 2, 2021

The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann discussed the factors involved in the numerous mass shootings happening across America.

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WNPR-FM • June 2, 2021

Connecticut Public Radio (WNPR)

Associate Professor of History Sara McDougall explained the history of royal bastards, the subject of her book, "Royal Bastards: The Birth of Illegitimacy, 800-1230."

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WXMI-TV • June 3, 2021

Fox 17 Morning News

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann discussed the factors involved in why there are numerous mass shootings happening across America.

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WRIC-TV • June 3, 2021

8 News at 9AM

Adjunct Professor John Bandler, who was written two books on cybersecurity, explained how the recent massive cyberattacks on the transit systems in NY and MA is part of a larger pattern of superpowers targeting America's major industries.

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WNYW-TV • June 3, 2021

The 10 O'Clock News

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann discussed the factors involved in why there are numerous mass shootings in NYC.

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WPIX-TV • June 3, 2021

PIX11 News at 10 with Tamsen Fadal and Kori Chambers

Professor Emeritus Eli Silverman commented on the latest NYC crime stats and police morale.

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WFYI-TV • June 4, 2021

DW The Day

Professor of Sociology Lucia Trimbur discussed race-norming in the NFL—the racist idea that Black patients have a lower level of cognitive functioning than white patients—which served to disqualify Black players from receiving compensation from concussions.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • June 4, 2021

Crime Time

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor gave an in-depth interview on the nine-year-old driver involved in a semi-truck head-on crash.

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WCBS-TV • June 6, 2021

CBS Sunday Morning

Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld discussed how police training in the United States differs from training in European nations.

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MSNBC • June 6, 2021

The Sunday Show with Jonathan Capehart

Director of John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center Jeffrey Butts debunked bogus theories on the causes of violent crime and discussed how to ensure public safety beyond policing.

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Al Jazeera America • June 7, 2021

What makes museum heists so fascinating?

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson explained the immoral origins behind rare artifacts in museums and private collections.

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WNBC-TV • June 8, 2021

News 4 New York at 7

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt discussed the privacy dangers Amazon's new internet network raises.

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WCPT-AM • June 8, 2021

Radio clip from WCPT 820

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt commented on the success of an FBI worldwide investigation which used an encrypted messaging app to identify criminal enterprises around the globe.

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WBZ-FM • June 9, 2021

Radio clip from 98.5 The Sports Hub (WBZ-FM)

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt commented on the success of an FBI worldwide investigation which used an encrypted messaging app to identify criminal enterprises around the globe.

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WHKT-AM • June 9, 2021

Town Hall

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt explained the worldwide law enforcement investigation of a criminal cyber ring involved in drugs, corruption, money laundering and conspiracy to commit murder.

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Spectrum News NY1 • June 9, 2021

Inside City Hall

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed the state of the NYC mayoral and comptroller race.

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Black News Channel • June 10, 2021

The World Tonight with Kelly Wright & Nayyera Haq

Associate Professor of Economics Michelle Holder commented on businesses charging customers COVID-19 surcharges.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • June 11, 2021

Crime Time

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor analyzed and commented on the police's use of force and use of restraint in an altercation with an armed individual.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • June 11, 2021

Crime Time

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor emphasized how smartphone videos can incriminate suspects in the case of a Las Vegas teen couple who filmed themselves admitting to murdering the teenage girl's father.

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CBS Newspath • June 14, 2021

CBS 8

Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Pubic Management Department, discussed the mass shootings happening nationwide this year.

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CBS Newspath • June 14, 2021

WKYT

Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Pubic Management Department, discussed the mass shootings happening nationwide this year.

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WNYW-TV • June 14, 2021

THE 5 O'CLOCK NEWS

Professor and former NYPD lieutenant Ralph Cilento commented on footage of police Tasing a teenager in order to enforce a vaping ban.

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Bloomberg Radio Network • June 14, 2021

Bloomberg Radio

Manhattan District Attorney candidate Lucy Lang, the former Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, was profiled for her progressive reforms in prosecution.

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NewsNation • June 15, 2021

Banfield

Professor Emeritus Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed the weapons used in the double murder of two members of the prominent Murdaugh family in South Carolina.

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National League of Cities • June 11, 2021

Cities Are Embracing Community-Centered Public Safety And Moving Towards Accountability

In late April, President Karol Mason moderated a listening session by the NLC Reimagining Public Safety Task Force focused on policies and practices that increase accountability across the public safety spectrum.

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Bloomberg Quint • June 1, 2021

The Covid Trauma Has Changed Economics-Maybe Forever

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason explained why direct payments to low-income households can be used in future economic downturns, as it was during the coronavirus pandemic-related recession.

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Crime Report • June 1, 2021

Does Science Still Matter at the Supreme Court?

Assistant Professor of Psychology and director of the Youth Law and Psychology Lab at John Jay Emily Haney-Caron co-authored an essay on the U.S. Supreme Court's April decision on Jones v. Mississippi.

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Bloomberg News Online • June 1, 2021

The Revolution Is Here to Stay

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason was quoted for his comment on direct payments to low-income households during economic crises.

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Bloomberg News Online • June 1, 2021

John Jay's J. W. Mason Q&A on The New Economics: Transcript

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason gave an in-depth interview on the evolution of economics during the pandemic.

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The New York Times Online • June 1, 2021

With Homicides Rising, Cities Brace for a Violent Summer

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann described the statistics on deaths from shootings in Chicago before and after the death of George Floyd.

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Albany Business Review • June 2, 2021

Jacqueline Williams doesn't take it personally, but won't back down

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John Jay alumna Jacqueline Williams was featured for her career progression from legislative intern to senior staff to lobbyist to partner and founder of the lobbying firm State & Broadway.

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WSET-TV Online • June 2, 2021

Violence soared during the pandemic; it doesn't appear to be subsiding

A prediction on summer 2021 violence by former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone was cited in an article on the Memorial Day weekend violence.

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WNPR-FM Online • June 2, 2021

Bastards! A Look At Illegitimacy From 'Game Of Thrones' To 'Hamilton' And Beyond

Associate Professor of History Sara McDougall explained the history of royal bastards, the subject of her book, "Royal Bastards: The Birth of Illegitimacy, 800-1230."

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Sun Herald Online • June 2, 2021

Family shut out as secrecy clouds Coast police killing. 'I feel like my hands are tied.'

A toolkit for prosecutors and communities dealing with police officer-involved fatalities — produced by the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay College, was cited as a guide on how prosecutors should interact with families affected by police violence.

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WABC-TV Online • June 2, 2021

Hackers breached several of MTA's computer systems in April

Adjunct Professor John Bandler, who was written two books on cybersecurity, explained how the recent massive cyberattacks on the transit systems in NY and MA and the world's largest meat supplier, is part of a larger pattern of hackers targeting America's major industries.

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Foundation for Economic Education • June 3, 2021

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A New Generation of Pro-Liberty Journalists Is Rising Up

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John Jay graduate student Saul Zimet was named a Hazlitt Fellow by the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE).

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University Business Online • June 3, 2021

More than 250 colleges agree to Biden Vaccine Challenge |

John Jay College has signed on to take the COVID-19 College Challenge, which asks colleges to take three key actions to help get their campus communities vaccinated: engaging every student, faculty, and staff member; organizing their college communities; and delivering vaccine access for all.

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Crime Report • June 3, 2021

Don't Defund Police, Spend More on Training

Department Chair and Professor Maria Haberfeld discussed how police training academies in the United States differ from other democratic nations.

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World Magazine Online • June 3, 2021

No keeping the peace

Professor Peter Moskos attributed the rise in gun violence last year to the death of George Floyd and nationwide protests.

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Conversation UK • June 3, 2021

Exotic leathers: why fashion products are more sustainable than some research suggests

Monique Sosnowski, a Lecturer at John Jay College, responded to criticism of a study she co-authored with John Jay Professor Gohar A. Petrossian on trading of illegal wildlife by the fashion industry.

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The New York Times Online • June 3, 2021

When the Gunman's Motive Remains a Mystery: Does It Matter?

Professor Shuki Cohen, a psychologist and terrorism researcher, explained the limitations of fixating on determining a mass shooters' motives.

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The New York Times Online • June 3, 2021

A 7-Year-Old Was Accused of Rape. Is Arresting Him the Answer?

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, discussed opposition to raising the age of delinquency for juvenile offenders.

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The New York Times Online • June 3, 2021

Yang-Adams Rivalry Takes Center Stage After Tense Debate

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed NYC mayoral candidate Andrew Yang's fierce criticism of front-runner Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams.

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The Wall Street Journal • June 4, 2021

Hiring Picked Up in May but Lagged Behind Broader Recovery

Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder commented on how the pandemic-related economy recovery has been uneven across different groups.

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Our Town • June 4, 2021

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Eli's Final Chapter

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Former Professor of History Eli Faber passed away from pancreatic cancer in April 2020. His last book and his conviction on writing it was explored. It is about the case of George Stinney, a fourteen-year-old black teen who was accused of and executed by electric chair for murdering two white girls in South Carolina in 1944.

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Nepali Times • June 4, 2021

Bonhams cancels auction of Nepali antiquities

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson commented on the black market in stolen Nepali religious objects, after France's Bonhams withdrew five 600-year-old stolen Nepali statues from an ongoing auction.

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Community Media NYC Online • June 4, 2021

NYC lawmakers look to boost mental health care for CUNY students

John Jay senior Jayvon discussed his experience trying to set up an appointment with a mental health counselor at John Jay.

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Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences • June 4, 2021

The Discrimination against Black Co-ops

Professor of Community Justice and Social Economic Development Jessica Gordon Nembhard gave a presentation on the economic sabotage of Black co-ops.

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Ruedas y Tuercas • June 4, 2021

Latino estuvo dos veces en prisiσn y ahora quiere ser juez en Nueva York: "Paguι mi deuda con el diablo"

John Jay alumnus Angel Cruz is running to be a Civil Court judge in the Bronx.

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New York Post Online • June 4, 2021

Mayoral rivals Eric Adams and Kathryn Garcia spar on crime plans

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone criticized mayoral candidate Kathryn Garcia for saying Eric Adams' experience as a former NYPD captain is not right for the City.

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New York Post Online • June 5, 2021

NYPD receives hundreds of requests for graffiti removal

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell pointed out how graffiti affects investment in cities.

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The Daily Gazette • June 6, 2021

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Link between sheriff, troubled officer had tragic start

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Professor Emeritus John Kleinig discussed the code of ethics that governs relationships between investigators and victim's families.

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Asheville Citizen-Times • June 6, 2021

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Year after Asheville protests, APD attrition is still high

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Department Chair and Professor Maria Haberfeld discussed enforcing quality of life violations and the move to replace police with mental health specialists.

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The Record • June 6, 2021

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Distress signal; With COVID and Floyd aftermath, police say burnout at all-time high

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Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the large spike in NYPD uniformed officers retiring or leaving the police force in 2020.

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FOX News Channel Online • June 6, 2021

Evolution of the 'defund the police' movement: How has it changed?

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney analyzed how the movement to defund the police has evolved since the murder of George Floyd.

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The New York Times Online • June 6, 2021

The Cost of Being an 'Interchangeable Asian'

Psychology Kevin Nadal discussed the lack of representation in Asian pop culture and how microaggressions harm people of color.

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Indoor Voices Podcast • June 7, 2021

Episode 61: The urban optimism of Sunnyside Gardens

John Jay librarian and historian Jeffrey Kroessler, a Sunnyside Gardens resident, discussed his new book “Sunnyside Gardens: Planning and Preservation in a Historic Garden Suburb.”

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Vitals • June 7, 2021

The NFL stopped using this racist practice in concussion cases - but doctors haven't

Professor of Sociology Lucia Trimbur co-wrote an article on race-norming in the NFL—the racist idea that Black patients have a lower level of cognitive functioning than white patients—which served to disqualify Black players from receiving compensation from concussion injuries.

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Harlem World • June 7, 2021

Open Letter Urges City Council To Pass Fair Chance For Housing Act From Harlem To Hollis

Alison Wilkey, Director of Public Policy at John Jay College Institute for Justice and Opportunity, called on City Council Speaker Corey Johnson and NYC Council to pass the Fair Chance for Housing Act to end housing discrimination against people with conviction records.

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New Jersey Herald Online • June 7, 2021

With COVID and Floyd aftermath, NJ cops say they're burned out

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the large increase in police resignations and retirements nationwide.

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Honolulu Civil Beat • June 7, 2021

When Should Police Bodycam Footage Be Released?

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on Honolulu Prosecuting Attorney Steve Alm's decision not to release any police body camera evidence until he's made a charging decision.

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The Post-Standard Online/Syracuse.com • June 7, 2021

A woman lies in street, screaming about dying. A cop responds. A nightmare for both

Department Chair and Professor Maria Haberfeld explained how the level of threat factors into how police handle mental health calls.

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ABC News Online • June 7, 2021

Jails emptied in the pandemic. Should they stay that way?

Alissa Marque Heydari, a former prosecutor in the Manhattan District Attorney's Office and deputy director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, explained how the pandemic spurred incarceration reforms.

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FOX News Channel Online • June 7, 2021

With marijuana now legal in most states, role of drug-sniffing K-9s is changing

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained whether the need for dogs to detect narcotics still exists, now that many states have legalized recreational marijuana.

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City • June 8, 2021

Just Five Cops Face Serious Penalties in De Blasio's Promised Accounting of NYPD Protest Misconduct Caught on Video

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell criticized police reform advocates after police misconduct was captured on video during last year's protests.

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Metro News Channel Nebraska • June 8, 2021

Trauma Specialist Dr. Kathleen carterMartinez Brings Expertise a 2nd Time to Groundbreaking Suicide Prevention Series

John Jay alumna Dr. Kathleen carterMartinez was part of an 8-part murder-suicide series where she hosted three episodes on suicide, trauma, and recovery.

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WNYW-TV Online • June 8, 2021

Trojan Shield: FBI created message service for criminals to ensnare them

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt commented on the success of an FBI worldwide investigation which used an encrypted messaging app to identify criminal enterprises around the globe.

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The Boston Globe Online • June 8, 2021

After Dennis White, Boston could launch its first external search for a new police commissioner in 15 years. It won't be easy

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained the national search process for police commissioners.

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BuzzFeed • June 8, 2021

Ring Now Has 350 Fire Departments In Its Neighborhood Surveillance Program

Professor of Fire Management Glenn Corbett explained how video footage can be used to determine the origin of fires.

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USA Today Online • June 8, 2021

'Loki' Marvel's third live-action Disney+ show, Biden's first overseas trip as president: 5 Things podcast

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt explained why ANOM, the FBI's encrypted device company, was used by more than 300 criminal organizations around the world.

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FOX News Channel Online • June 8, 2021

Getting rid of activity quotas would stop forcing cops to chase minor violations

Associate Professor and former NYCT Police Chief Vincent Del Castillo discussed why in his time as chief, he eliminated activity quotas for police officers.

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US Congress • June 9, 2021

Hearing: The Gender Wage Gap: Breaking Through Stalled Progress

Associate Professor of Economics Michelle Holder testified before the U.S. Congress Joint Economic Committee on the gender wage gap.

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The Wall Street Journal • June 9, 2021

The Deadly Results of Defunding the Police

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone projected homicide rates in large cities this year.

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City • June 9, 2021

Manhattan DA Candidates' Reform Talk Rattles Veteran Prosecutors

Alissa Heydari, Deputy Director for the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, explained what budget cuts to the Manhattan DA's current $143.3 million budget would mean.

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Black Christian News Network One • June 9, 2021

Youth Pastors and Parents Cross Wires on the Core Purpose of Church

Professor of Sociology Amy Adamczyk co-authored a new book, "Handing Down the Faith: How Parents Pass Their Religion on to the Next Generation."

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The Guam Daily Post Online • June 9, 2021

Women regain their jobs, but career paths may change for good

Associate Professor of Economics Michelle Holder discussed spending habits and preexisting inequities in the labor market.

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LIHerald.com • June 9, 2021

Valley Stream college students weigh in on vaccines

Jalen Smith, 20, a sophomore criminal justice major at John Jay, discussed distance learning and in-person learning during the upcoming Fall 2021 semester.

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City Limits • June 9, 2021

Advocates Urge NYC to Ban Criminal Background Checks for Apartment Applicants

The John Jay College Institute for Justice & Opportunity supports the passage of the Fair Chance for Housing Act, which would bar landlords and brokers from conducting criminal background checks on prospective tenants, a barrier to housing for the formerly incarcerated and their families.

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GothamGazette.com • June 9, 2021

For CUNY Students to Thrive, Mental Health Services Must Be Expanded

John Jay alumna Lisa Nishimura co-wrote an article calling for expanded mental health services at CUNY.

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Insider NJ • June 9, 2021

Menendez Applauds Confirmation of Judge Zahid Quraishi to U.S. District Court of NJ

John Jay alumnus Judge Zahid N. Quraishi was confirmed as a U.S. District Court Judge in NJ and is our country's first Muslim American federal judge.

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Law360 • June 9, 2021

How The Manhattan DA Hopefuls Stack Up On Financial Crime

Manhattan District Attorney candidate Lucy Lang, the former Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, explained her plan to tackle fraud and other financial malfeasance arising from the pandemic.

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The Christian Science Monitor Daily • June 9, 2021

US saw biggest spike in gun violence in 50 years. Don't panic yet.

Jeffrey Butts, director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, explained the factors involved in the increase in gun violence this year.

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The New York Times Online • June 9, 2021

Michael Smith, a Voice for Justice Reform, Is Dead at 78

Former John Jay President Jeremy Travis credited Michael Smith with laying the groundwork for justice work in nonprofits and for introducing community policing in the mid-1980s.

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The Leader Online • June 10, 2021

Breakdown of charges in sex trafficking case against Steuben County legislator

Adjunct Assistant Professor Carl Bornstein, a former federal and state prosecutor, reviewed and commented on the indictment against four men charged with running a sex trafficking enterprise.

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Crain's New York Business Online • June 10, 2021

The NY law businesses should know about as cyberthreats intensify

Adjunct Professor John Bandler, who was written two books on cybersecurity, discussed the SHIELD Act.

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WABC-TV Online • June 10, 2021

Suspect sought after man fatally shot outside high-end Dream Hotel in Chelsea

Director of John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center Jeffrey Butts discussed the rise in gun violence during the pandemic and as NYC reopens.

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The Chief • June 11, 2021

Mayor's Rikers Island Fantasy

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro wrote a letter to the editor criticizing the move to end punitive segregation in NYC jails.

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KCBS Radio • June 11, 2021

Crime leads voter concerns as NYC mayoral primary approaches

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang explained how important issues affect turnout on primary day.

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Bloomberg Quint • June 11, 2021

Manhattan D.A. Hopefuls Balance Crime Rise, Social Justice Calls

Lucy Lang, the former Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, discussed her plans to address violent crime if elected Manhattan District Attorney.

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LIHerald.com • June 11, 2021

Long Beach Police chief to ask for public input on police performance

Adjunct Professor James Mulvaney commented on CueHit, a Long-Island program that will ask anyone who has any type of contact with a city police officer to offer feedback on the experience.

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My NBC 15 • June 11, 2021

White House, Fed downplay inflation fears as prices continue to rise

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason explained whether inflation fears are justified.

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Staten Island Advance Online • June 11, 2021

The NYPD solved fewer crimes in 2020. What caused the dip? (analysis)

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, discussed NYPD clearance rates in the past three years.

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The New York Times Online • June 11, 2021

Herb Sturz, a Quiet Force in the Life of New York City, Dies at 90

Former John Jay President Jeremy Travis praised Herb Sturz, a self-taught expert in criminal justice and urban planning, who passed away at 90.

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The New York Times Online • June 11, 2021

Departures of Police Officers Accelerated During a Year of Protests

Department Chair and Professor Maria Haberfeld commented on the large increase in police resignations and retirements nationwide.

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Home News Tribune • June 12, 2021

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John Jay alumnus and Superior Court Judge William A. Daniel has been nominated to become the next Union County prosecutor.

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The New York Times • June 12, 2021

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The John Jay College Foundation wrote an obituary for Chief Judge Robert A. Katzmann, a legal visionary and fierce advocate for justice who had a special connection to John Jay College.

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New York Post • June 12, 2021

Eric Adams rose from abject poverty to serve NYC community

John Jay alumnus Eric Adams was profiled for his rise from poverty to the top NYC Democratic mayoral candidate in the polls.

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The Kansas City Star Online • June 12, 2021

'Take the damn responsibility': Retired KCPD cop blames police chase for wife's death

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney explained the possible outcomes of police car chases.

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The Washington Post • June 13, 2021

D.C. region tries to boost coronavirus vaccine uptake among law enforcement

Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Pubic Management Department, explained why there is vaccine hesitancy among police officers and different racial and ethnic groups.

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New York Daily News • June 13, 2021

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Hitting the right notes DA candidate finds joy & success in pen and ink

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Manhattan District Attorney candidate Lucy Lang, the former Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, was profiled for her career in public service and her practice of letter-writing as she campaigns for office.

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Mass Transit Online • June 13, 2021

Tackling social inequity, some cities may ditch bus, subway fares

Professor Emerita Dorothy Moses Schulz, a retired MTA-Metro North Railroad Police Captain, pointed out the risks involved in implementing a free transit system.

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Hyperallergic • June 13, 2021

The Met Will Repatriate Two Benin Bronzes to Nigeria

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson commented on the Metropolitan Museum of Art's plan to repatriate two brass plaques from its collection, part of the group of West African artifacts known as the Benin Bronzes, to Nigeria.

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New York Post Online • June 13, 2021

CUNY professors' union rebukes Israel in pro-Palestinian resolution

CUNY students and professors held a rally in support of Palestine at John Jay College on May 28, 2021.

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FOX News Channel Online • June 13, 2021

NYC's Washington Square Park sees another night of violence, chaos

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone drew a parallel between the violence in Washington Square Park this year and the Tompkins Square Park situation of 1988.

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Greenfield Recorder • June 14, 2021

DA, sheriff join 'Beyond Big Cities' national initiative

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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TheNiche • June 14, 2021

US to return two stolen Bronze pieces to Edo Museum

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson commented on the Metropolitan Museum of Art's plan to repatriate two brass plaques from its collection, part of the group of West African artifacts known as the Benin Bronzes, to Nigeria.

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Inc. • June 14, 2021

We Asked 16 Business Owners And Economists About Bumping The Minimum Wage To $15. Here's What They Said

Associate Professor of Economics Michelle Holder explained which populations would be most affected by an increase to minimum wage.

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The Markup • June 14, 2021

Why Is Ransomware on the Rise?

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

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The New Yorker Online • June 14, 2021

The Rise of Black Homeschooling

Associate Professor of Public Policy Heath Brown, author of “Homeschooling the Right: How Conservative Education Activism Erodes the State,” explained the history of the homeschooling movement.

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The Wall Street Journal • June 15, 2021

Will Crime Keep Rising? Not Necessarily

Professor Emeritus Barry Latzer explained why the spike in violent crime may be an aberration rather than a new trend.

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Chicago Tribune • June 15, 2021

Armed at Disney World: More tourists caught with concealed guns during pandemic

Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Pubic Management Department, explained why visitors at Disney World carry concealed guns.

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Export Compliance Daily • June 15, 2021

Uncommon Relationship Between BIS, Texas Police Raises Concerns

Department Chair and Professor Maria Haberfeld commented on the practice of funding local police officer salaries from asset seizures.

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Yahoo News • June 15, 2021

From Chicago to NYC, cities grapple with rise in shootings, murders: 'It's been a very bloody year'

Research from Dr. Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, on the surge in gun violence during the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 and 2021 was cited.

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Kaiser Health News • June 15, 2021

In Mental Health Crises, a 911 Call Now Brings a Mixed Team of Helpers - And Maybe No Cops

Dr. Jeffrey Coots, Director of the From Punishment to Public Health initiative based at John Jay, explained how mental health crisis teams may operate.

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The News Gazette • June 15, 2021

Scott Reeder | Police interrogation tactics must embrace truth

Psychology Professor Saul Kassin discussed the Illinois Legislature's new bill prohibiting police from using deceptive methods during interrogations of juveniles. Assistant Professor of Psychology Emily Haney-Caron explained why juveniles are particularly vulnerable during interrogations.

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Daily Magazine • June 15, 2021

Police likely looking at more than one suspect in Murdaugh double homicide, expert says

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained how law enforcement should investigate the homicide of Paul Murdaugh, 22, and his mother Maggie, 52, members of a prominent powerhouse legal family in South Carolina.

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NowPlaying Nashville • June 15, 2021

Music and Spirituality: Live Concert and Talk

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music Noι Dinnerstein will host a live concert and talk on Jul 29th at 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm. He will be performing Hindu and Muslim devotional songs, Indian classical raga performance on sitar, and Buddhist inspired secular songs from Ladakh and Tibet.

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Davis Vanguard • June 15, 2021

Plans to Reshape Manhattan DA Have Current Prosecutors on Edge

Alissa Marque Heydari, a former prosecutor in the Manhattan District Attorney's Office and deputy director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay, explained what the proposed budget cuts to the Manhattan District Attorney's Office means.

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ArcaMax • June 15, 2021

How Philly strippers banded together as cops tracked a serial rapist

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained how difficult stranger rape cases are to solve.

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Law360 • June 15, 2021

OSHA Considerations For Preventing Workplace Violence

Professor Robert McCrie explained why there has been a national rise in workplace shootings over the past year.

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The State Online • June 15, 2021

Police likely looking at more than one suspect in Murdaugh double homicide, expert says

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained how law enforcement should investigate the homicide of Paul Murdaugh, 22, and his mother Maggie, 52, members of a prominent legal family in South Carolina.

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Philadelphia Inquirer Online, The • June 15, 2021

A fingerprint, whisper networks, and Instagram: How Philly strippers banded together as cops tracked a serial rapist

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained how difficult stranger rape cases are to solve.

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USA TODAY Online • June 15, 2021

Use education standards for police to lower rates of brutality, improve profession

Department Chair and Professor of Police Science Maria Haberfeld suggested how to reform policing in America.

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The New York Times Online • June 15, 2021

Opinion | How to Have a Roaring 2020s (Without Wild Inflation)

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason co-wrote an essay on U.S. economic history, supply and demand dynamics, and how the U.S. can stimulate an economic boom post-pandemic.

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The Democrat and Chronicle • June 15, 2021

Rochester NY police struggle to find footing amid demands for change

David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Community, discussed the surprising uptick in gun violence and the negative perception of police this year.

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