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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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CNN • December 16, 2021

CNN Newsroom With Alisyn Camerota and Victor Blackwell

Professor Emerita Dorothy Moses Schulz, the first female captain of the MTA-Metro North Police, commented on challenges Keechant Sewell will face as the NYPD's first female police commissioner.

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Black News Channel • December 17, 2021

Making the Case With Yodit

John Jay alumnus Devon Simmons gave an in-depth interview about his work to destigmatize and create educational and career opportunities for current and formerly incarcerated people.

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Spectrum News NY1 • December 22, 2021

Inside City Hall (Part 2)

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed Mayor Bill de Blasio's legacy as a mayoral candidate, mayor and his future career moves as he leaves office.

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Spectrum News NY1 • December 22, 2021

Inside City Hall (Part 1)

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed Mayor-Elect Eric Adams' appointments to key departments and his clash with City councilmembers over solitary confinement.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • December 24, 2021

Christmas in Palm Springs & Christmas in Palm Springs Part 2

Professor Emeritus of Forensic Science Lawrence Kobilinksy explained how DNA testing works and how attorneys discuss DNA evidence in trials.

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WNYW-TV • December 26, 2021

Dear New York

John Jay alumnus and Adjunct Lecturer Shanitra Hood discussed her journey from homelessness to working in the NYPD helping the homeless.

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RTVi • December 16, 2021

12 US cities record record homicide growth

Associate Professor of Police Science Chris Herrmann gave an in-depth interview about the reasons behind the increase in homicides in NYC and how to improve policing in the United States.

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New York Amsterdam News Online • December 16, 2021

John Jay revving up for conference play - New York Amsterdam News

Lynda Day, head women's basketball coach at John Jay, discussed how she rebuilt the team after a year off the court due to the pandemic.

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My NBC 15 • December 16, 2021

Pelosi under fire for 'disgusting' defense of members trading stocks

Professor Dan Feldman, a former New York State assemblyman who teaches ethics, commented on why it would be a conflict of interest for members of Congress to trade individual stocks.

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City & State New York Online • December 16, 2021

Policing experts laud New York City Mayor-Elect Eric Adams' plan to bring back beat cops

Adjunct Assistant Professor and retired NYPD homicide detective Alfred Titus discussed the history and benefits of re-instituing beat cops in high-crime neighborhoods.

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Bloomberg Law • December 16, 2021

Oxford High Shooting: A Watershed Moment for Prosecuting Parents?

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, wrote an op-ed on why the charges against the parents of Michigan school shooter Ethan Crumbley should be a wake-up call to parents about their liability for their child's violent behavior.

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Daily Mail - MailOnline US Bureau • December 16, 2021

Meet the woman charged with cleaning up NYC: New NYPD chief Keechant Sewell, 49, says she's ready to crackdown on 'totally unacceptable' violent crime in the Big Apple after anti-police Bill de Blasio let the city rot

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maria "Maki" Haberfeld explained the internal and external challenges Keechant Sewell will face as the first female NYPD commissioner.

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citizen Digital • December 17, 2021

Meet Dr. Resila Onyango; first police woman in Kenya to attain a Doctorate degree

John Jay alumnus Dr. Resila A. Onyango is the first female police officer in Kenya to earn a doctorate degree.

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WVIK-FM Online • December 17, 2021

Davenport Hires Group Violence Intervention Consultants

The Davenport city council approved a two-year contract with the National Network for Safe Communities to reduce violent crime and help criminals become productive members of society.

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Associated Press • December 17, 2021

Ghislaine Maxwell defense has two focuses

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, discussed how Ghislaine Maxwell's attorneys will likely try to cast doubt on the accusers' memory and separate Maxwell from Jeffrey Epstein in the juror's minds.

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Queens Chronicle - Central Edition - Online • December 17, 2021

Adams taps Sewell to head up NYPD

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the disbanding of the NYPD's anti-crime unit in 2020 and the appointment of Keechant Sewell as the NYPD's first female commissioner.

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City & State New York Online • December 17, 2021

The balancing act looming over incoming NYPD head Keechant Sewell

Professor Emerita Dorothy Moses Schulz, the first female captain of the MTA-Metro North Police, and former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on challenges Keechant Sewell will face as the NYPD's first female police commissioner.

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The Record & Herald News Online/NorthJersey.com • December 17, 2021

Gertrude Bizzaro was murdered 20 years ago. Will DNA advances now lead police to a killer?

Professor of Science Angelique Corthals explained the breakthrough in DNA testing in the 1990s. Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on how these strides help cold case investigations.

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The Oklahoman • December 18, 2021

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Why are attacks on cops in Oklahoma and the nation on the rise?; Says one expert: 'It's escalating to the point of no return'

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Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maria "Maki" Haberfeld attributed the rise in attacks against police officers nationwide to anti-police sentiment over the past 18 months.

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Asian Journal • December 18, 2021

Kevin Nadal Breaks Barriers, Named Distinguished Professor At John Jay College Of Criminal Justice

Psychology Professor Kevin Nadal is the first Asian American faculty member & the youngest at John Jay College to be named Distinguished Professor, in recognition of his exceptional contributions to scholarship and the public discourse.

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Tampa Bay Times • December 19, 2021

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Tampa Bay law enforcement agencies say diversity is a priority, but they've struggled; The lack of representation at police departments and sheriffs' offices has been slow to change over the last decade, a Times analysis found. Here's what officials

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Professor Emerita Delores Jones-Brown explained why the under-representation of minority people in police departments is a crisis.

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Brooklyn Eagle Online • December 19, 2021

Adams appoints McGuire, former assistant U.S. attorney, as chief counsel

Mayor-elect Eric Adams appointed Brendan R. McGuire, a former member of the Board of Trustees of the John Jay College Foundation and former assistant U.S. attorney in the Southern District of New York as chief counsel to the mayor and City Hall.

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New York Post Online • December 19, 2021

Defund-the-police doesn't work - as mayors are finding out the hard way

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone wrote an op-ed criticizing the defund-the-police movement and recommending NYC City council and District Attorneys adopt a deterrence approach to crime.

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The Villager • December 20, 2021

Ed | Nobody tells CUNY's story better than students & grads | amNewYork

CUNY Chancellor Fιlix V. Matos Rodrνguez wrote an op-ed about three exceptional CUNY ambassadors, among which is John Jay alumnus and Mayor-elect Eric Adams.

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Law360 • December 20, 2021

Justice Reforms Are Not To Blame For Waukesha Tragedy

Deputy Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay Alissa Heydari wrote an article about how the tragedy at Waukesha is being weaponized to condemn progressive prosecutorial reforms.

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The Epoch Times-Chicago Edition Online • December 20, 2021

Rising Crime: Who Pays the Price?

Associate Professor of Police Science Chris Herrmann commented on nationwide metropolitan homicide rates in 2020 and 2021.

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PR Newswire - Online • December 20, 2021

Provention Bio Announces Leadership Team Expansion

John Jay alumnus Benedict Osorio was appointed Senior Vice President of Quality at Provention Bio, a biopharmaceutical company dedicated to intercepting and preventing immune-mediated diseases.

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The Seattle Times Online • December 20, 2021

Two police shootings in a week could prove exemptions to Portland police ban on shooting at moving vehicles

Adjunct lecturer and attorney Walter Signorelli explained the rationale behind the Portland Police Bureau's ban on shooting at moving vehicles.

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New York Post Online • December 20, 2021

Fewer NYC detectives means more unsolved murder cases

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained how detective resignations and retirements affect clearance rates.

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The Columbian • December 21, 2021

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Vancouver police on right path with bodycams

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A survey on how prosecutors use police body cameras was cited in the April edition of The Crime Report, from the Center on Media, Crime and Justice at John Jay College.

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City Journal Online • December 21, 2021

Eric Adams's Picks for NYPD and Corrections

Professor Emerita Dorothy Moses Schulz, a retired MTA-Metro North Railroad Police Captain, wrote an op-ed about Mayor-Elect Eric Adams' picks for the NYPD and Corrections Commissioner positions.

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New York Daily News Online • December 21, 2021

Evangelicals' 'religious' objections to the COVID-19 shot are baseless and inconsistent

Professor Emeritus Charles Strozier, founder of the Center for Terrorism at John Jay College, co-authored an op-ed on why vaccine resistant evangelical Christians should get vaccinated.

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New York Daily News Online • December 21, 2021

Mayor-elect makes a number of strong picks

Mayor-elect Eric Adams appointed Brendan R. McGuire, a former member of the Board of Trustees of the John Jay College Foundation and former assistant U.S. attorney in the Southern District of New York as chief counsel to the mayor and City Hall.

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Associated Press Online • December 21, 2021

Policing experts: Series of errors preceded Wright shooting

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained proper field training procedures and the errors Officer Kim Porter made in the April 11 shooting of Daunte Wright.

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The Ohio Star • December 23, 2021

Commentary: The Flaw in Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying's Proposal for the Future of Humanity

John Jay graduate student Saul Zimet wrote an article criticizing the economic argument in the new book "A Hunter-Gatherer's Guide to the 21st Century" about how humanity must be governed in the future if we are to avoid civilizational collapse.

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Tampa Bay Times Online • December 23, 2021

No more mail call as Florida prisons replace letters with digital copies

Denisse Martinez, program manager for the Prison-to-College-Pipeline program at John Jay College's Institute for Justice and Opportunity, criticized Florida's crackdown on prison mail.

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The New York Times Online • December 24, 2021

Brooklyn Man Shot by the Police Was Mentally Ill, Family Says

Dr. Jeffrey Coots, Director of the From Punishment to Public Health initiative based at John Jay, discussed the difficulty in implementing police-alternative responses to mental health 911 calls.

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The New York Times Online • December 24, 2021

Despite Uproar Over Floyd's Death, the Number of Fatal Encounters With Police Hasn't Changed

Professor of constitutional law and civil rights attorney Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall emphasized the need for prosecutorial accountability in cases involving officers fatally shooting Black Americans.

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New York Post Online • December 25, 2021

Surge in shootings in 2021 blamed on reforms as Adams vows action

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, explained why there was a rise in shootings in NYC in 2021 as compared to 2020.

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The Record • December 26, 2021

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FOOTAGE REVEALS MOMENTS DURING LEONIA SHOOTING

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Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on why the FBI has not shared information about a situation where FBI agents shot and killed a man they believed was involved in the kidnapping of a 17-year-old boy from Philadelphia.

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The Ohio Star • December 26, 2021

Commentary: U.S. Population Growth Just Hit an All-Time Low

John Jay graduate student Saul Zimet wrote an article on the fundamental flaw in Malthusian thinking, where a smaller population leads to greater prosperity.

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The New York Times Online • December 26, 2021

Girl, 14, Is Identified in Fatal Police Shooting at Los Angeles Dressing Room

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell explained how the LAPD will investigate an officer-involved shooting that caused the death of a 14-year old civilian at Burlington Coat Factory.

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Harlem World Magazine - Online • December 28, 2021

NYC'S Anti-Gun Violence Programming Receives $20.5 Million Federal Investment

Adjunct Lecturer Marcos Soler, director of the Mayor's Office on Criminal Justice, partnered with John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center and the University of Chicago to lead the City's evaluation of the City's gun violence interruption programming.

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Newsday Online • December 28, 2021

NYC to end 2021 with an annual rise in homicides, shootings, numbers show

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the increase in homicides and shootings in 2021 as compared to 2020.

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CBS News • December 28, 2021

LAPD releases bodycam footage of shooting that killed 14-year-old girl

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed how the LAPD will investigate an officer-involved shooting that caused the death of a 14-year old civilian at Burlington Coat Factory.

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NBC News • December 28, 2021

Treatment of Vanessa Bryant shows cracks in case

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, commented on Vanessa Bryant's lawsuit against Los Angeles County for sharing photos of her deceased husband and daughter from the helicopter crash site.

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Crime Report • December 29, 2021

Bring Plea Bargaining 'Out of the Shadows': Paper

John Jay doctoral student Anna D. Vaynman and Psychology Professor Mark Robert Fondacaro authored a forthcoming paper in the Stetson Law Review on the need for legal safeguards to protect defendants from plea bargaining and the lack of transparency throughout the justice system.

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Crime Report • December 29, 2021

Feds Award $20.5 Million in NYC Anti-Gun Violence Programming

Adjunct Lecturer Marcos Soler, director of the Mayor's Office on Criminal Justice, partnered with John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center and the University of Chicago to lead the City's evaluation of the City's gun violence interruption programming.

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The Washington Post Online • December 29, 2021

A Black teen died in custody while being restrained facedown. Now the prone position is again under fire.

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell explained the challenges surrounding policing and why they have intensified.

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The Record • December 30, 2021

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BERGEN'S JAIL GOOD PLACE TO AVOID LATEST SURGE

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Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on the low number of COVID-19 cases at the Bergen County Jail as compared to other county jails due to the Omicron variant.

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The Bulwark • December 30, 2021

Is Eric Adams the Democrats' Next National Star?

John Jay alumnus and Mayor-Elect Eric Adams was profiled as a rising centrist political star.

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El-shai • December 30, 2021

The Case of Shady Khalaf: Why Victims Don't Speak Up

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic explained why victims of sexual assault may take many years to come forward.

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Bronx Free Press - Online • December 30, 2021

$20.5 million awarded for anti-gun violence programs 20.5 millones de dσlares para programas contra la violencia armada

Adjunct Lecturer Marcos Soler, director of the Mayor's Office on Criminal Justice, partnered with John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center and the University of Chicago to lead the City's evaluation of the City's gun violence interruption programming.

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Los Angeles Daily News Online • December 30, 2021

'Hold up, hold up:' LAPD video of Burlington shooting shows frantic moments before 14-year-old girl's death

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney explained the tactical issues police must consider before using deadly force.

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WFLA-TV Online • December 30, 2021

Pursuit not necessary prior to deadly Polk Co. crash, sheriff says

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney explained how police gauge whether or not to engage in car chases.

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WCBS-TV Online • December 30, 2021

Why Are So Many Repeat Offenders In Need Of Mental Health Services Back On NYC Streets?

Deputy Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay Alissa Heydari and Adjunct Professor and attorney Herrmann Walz explained the systemic failures that allow violent mentally ill individuals to be released without bail.

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New York Daily News Online • December 30, 2021

Mayor de Blasio's policing legacy: distrusted by both NYPD cops and reformers

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on Mayor de Blasio's impact on public safety and the NYPD.

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New York Post Online • December 30, 2021

Bill De Blasio leaves City Hall with broken promises and dashed dreams

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on Mayor de Blasio's impact on public safety and the NYPD.

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Policing Insight • December 31, 2021

Happy New Year – now it's time to take the positives into 2022

Professor Peter Moskos coordinates the Violence Reduction Project, a series of solution-based essays from US practitioners, experts and academics on how to reduce violence in cities.

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The New York Carib News - Online • December 31, 2021

Former President, CEO of the Ford Foundation has passed away

Franklin Thomas, the President and CEO of the Ford Foundation has passed away at the age of 87. His legacy includes the Franklin A. Thomas Professorship in Policing Equity with $2.5 million in grants from the Ford Foundation and the Atlantic Philanthropies established by John Jay College in 2016.

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Theplaidhorse • December 31, 2021

Plaidcast 262: Dr. Erica Lacher, Mary Elena Moran & Tori Sheehan by Taylor, Harris Insurance Services

John Jay alumna and mounted police instructor Mary Elena Moran discussed her journey rescuing horses and giving them a second career as police horses.

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Los Angeles Times Online • December 31, 2021

Is wildfire arson getting worse in California? Climate change doesn't help

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett explained the complex motives for arson and why arson-related fires are especially dangerous in the West.

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CNN International Online • December 31, 2021

Federal judge dismisses reverse discrimination lawsuits filed by 3 White male police officers in Michigan

Professor Emerita Delores Jones-Brown explained why a judge was right to dismiss a claim of reverse discrimination made by 3 white police officers against by the Michigan State Police (MSP).

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FOX News Channel Online • December 31, 2021

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio's top controversies

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on Mayor de Blasio's impact on public safety and the NYPD.

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