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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • December 1, 2021

Crime Time

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on body camera footage of a police officer who fatally shot an armed individual. He also explained how police officers train for responding to catastrophic car accidents.

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CNN • December 1, 2021

CNN Newsroom With Alisyn Camerota and Victor Blackwell

Professor of Constitutional and civil rights attorney Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed the Supreme Court Justice's arguments on Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, a Mississippi case that has the potential to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision.

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WVPY-TV • December 5, 2021

The Chavis Chronicles (Part 1) & The Chavis Chronicles (Part 2)

Adjunct Professor of Africana Studies Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz, discussed her books and the legacy of her parents.

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Spectrum News NY1 • December 8, 2021

Inside City Hall (Part 1)

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed the gender divide in race for NYC Council Speaker.

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Spectrum News NY1 • December 8, 2021

Inside City Hall (Part 2)

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed the bill to defund supervised illicit-drug injection sites.

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WNYW-TV • December 9, 2021

THE 5 O'CLOCK NEWS

Professor and former NYPD lieutenant Ralph Cilento commented on the Craig Tamanaha's lengthy police record. He was arrested for setting fire to the Christmas tree in front of Fox News Network.

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CNN • December 10, 2021

CNN Newsroom With Alisyn Camerota and Victor Blackwell

Professor of Constitutional and civil rights attorney Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed the Supreme Court Justice's arguments on Texas abortion law.

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WPTF-AM • December 10, 2021

NewsRadio 680 WPTF

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maria "Maki" Haberfeld discussed vacancies among police officers.

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WABC-AM • December 11, 2021

The Dominic Carter Show

The Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay College published a new toolkit, “A New Approach: A Prosecutor's Guide to Advancing a Public Health Response to Drug Use,” which helps prosecutors improve drug policy by proposing to facilitate voluntary treatment access and reducing criminal system involvement.

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WNBC - The Debrief • December 11, 2021

The Jussie Smollett Verdict: The Problems with the Case & How it Was Covered

Professor of Constitutional and civil rights attorney Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed the significance of the Jussie Smollett verdict.

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WPIX-TV • December 13, 2021

PIX11 News at 5 with Tamsen Fadal and Kori Chambers

Adjunct Professor and Master Instructor at the NYPD Police Academy Keith Ross discussed Mayor-Elect Eric Adams' push to reinstate neighborhood beat cops.

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KBNT-TV • December 13, 2021

Noticias 17 Univisión San Diego

Adjunct Professor of Psychology Karina Rieke discussed how to stay safe and meet someone special when using a dating app.

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Black News Channel • December 14, 2021

Prime With Charles Blow

A new report from the Data Collaborative for Justice on racial disparities in jail admissions in Lousiville, St. Louis, and Durham was the subject of a segment on Prime with New York Times columnist Charles Blow.

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WPIX-TV • December 15, 2021

PIX11 News at 5 with Tamsen Fadal and Kori Chambers

Professor Emerita Dorothy Moses Schulz, the first female captain of the MTA-Metro North Police, commented on Mayor-Elect Eric Adams' appointment of Nassau County Chief of Detectives Keechant Sewell as the NYPD's first female police commissioner.

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City & State New York Online • December 3, 2021

Who's on Eric Adams' Transition Committee?

President Karol Mason and Erica Bond, vice president of justice initiatives at John Jay, will co-lead the Public Safety and Justice committee of Mayor-elect Eric Adams' transition team.

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Amityville Record • December 1, 2021

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Eight inductees join Copiague's Hall of Achievement

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John Jay alumna Brenda Bryant was inducted into the Copiague School District's Hall of Achievement.

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The Miami Herald Online • December 1, 2021

The judge, the lawyers and Ghislaine Maxwell: a scorecard for watching the trial in New York

John Jay alumna Bobbi Sternheim was profiled for her career defending the accused accomplices of notorious men. She is part of Ghislaine Maxwell's defense team.

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VICE • December 1, 2021

Cops Are Literally Sleeping on the Job. And People Keep Filming Them.

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney explained why high levels of fatigue among police is common.

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CBS News Online • December 1, 2021

Supreme Court hears oral arguments in high-stakes abortion case

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall gave an in-depth interview on Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, a Mississippi case that has the potential to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, which established the constitutional right to an abortion.

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National Right to Life News • December 2, 2021

CNN: Conservative Justices Anti-'Science' for Not Striking Down Abortion Ban

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall's CNN interview on the Mississippi abortion law before the Supreme Court was criticized.

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The Leader Online • December 2, 2021

Ex-Broome DA Steve Cornwell case has a special prosecutor. Here's why.

Jonathan Jacobs, Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Institute of Criminal Justice Ethics at John Jay College, explained the importance of appointing a special prosecutor in corruption cases.

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Gizmodo • December 2, 2021

Crime Prediction Software Promised to Be Free of Biases. New Data Shows It Perpetuates Them

Associate Professor Chris Herrmann discussed the importance of specificity in criminology.

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TIME Online • December 2, 2021

Ghislaine Maxwell's Trial Centers on Allegations of 'Grooming' Young Girls. Here's What That Means

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic defined grooming and discussed high-profile cases where abusers groomed victims.

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Norwood News Online • December 3, 2021

Bronx DA Hosts Resource Fair for Formerly Incarcerated as Bailey's Bill to Assist with Job Opportunities Passes

Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark hosted a fourth Bronx reentry resource fair on Nov. 6, for individuals reentering the community after having served time in jail or prison. Kenny Inniss with the John Jay Institute for Justice and Opportunity was recruiting for college access programs at the fair.

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Blocked and Reported • December 4, 2021

Episode 93: It's Crazy We Have To Do A Debunking Episode About The Jacob Blake Shooting In December 2021 And Yet Here We Are

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor discussed the Jacob Blake shooting.

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Milford Mirror Online • December 4, 2021

'We were always destined to be together': Wife mourns Danbury police sergeant who died of cancer

John Jay alumnus Sergeant David Cooney, a 20-year veteran of the Danbury police force, passed away. He was 45.

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Davis Vanguard • December 4, 2021

Failures of Criminal Justice System Dealing with Substance Disorders – 65% of Incarcerated Have Substance Disorder

The Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay College published a new toolkit, “A New Approach: A Prosecutor's Guide to Advancing a Public Health Response to Drug Use,” which helps prosecutors improve drug policy by proposing to facilitate voluntary treatment access and reducing criminal system involvement.

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WCBS-TV Online • December 4, 2021

Dozens Of Weapons Confiscated From Students At Brooklyn School In Last 3 Days

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone blamed the mayor and city and state politicians for the increase in weapons seizures at New York City public schools.

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VICE • December 4, 2021

LAPD Chief Just Became the 'Ugly American' in France

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on the behavior of two Los Angeles police officers facing an investigation after wrongfully detaining an individual in France.

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The Washington Post Online • December 4, 2021

With carjackings on the rise, this trio of fed up strangers intervened

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann discussed how traumatic carjackings can be for victims.

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BBC Mundo • December 4, 2021

El año en que Miami tuvo tantos muertos que rentó un camión a Burger King para guardarlos

Professor of Latin American and Latinx Studies Lisandro Perez explained how Cuban emigration to Miami in 1980 affected the African American middle-class residents living there.

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Foreign Policy Online • December 5, 2021

It Doesn't Belong in a Museum

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson wrote an article about the fight to repatriate stolen artworks and religious idols from museums around the world to their native countries.

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South Florida Sun Sentinel Online • December 5, 2021

Fort Lauderdale police chief defends unconventional side gig

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell discussed why Fort Lauderdale police chief Larry Scirotto's unconventional side gig as a college basketball referee is problematic.

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NPR/National Public Radio Online • December 5, 2021

Michigan shooting suspect is among thousands of U.S. minors charged as adults yearly

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, explained why charging a juvenile as an adult does not improve public safety.

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CNBC Online • December 5, 2021

How to use Tik Tok, Instagram and other social media to launch a business

John Jay student Leanna Wells, an intern for CNBC's talent development department, wrote an article on how college students can launch a business on social media.

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The Daily Mail • December 6, 2021

Face masks make it EASIER for jurors to tell if witnesses are lying

Professor of Psychology Maria Hartwig conducted a study on how COVID has affected the lie-detecting capacities of juries via measures like face masks and virtual courtrooms. It found that depriving jurors of non-verbal cues made it easier for them to detect lies.

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The Chief • December 6, 2021

De Blasio's Rikers Monster

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro criticized Mayor De Blasio for the crisis at Rikers.

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The Island Packet Online • December 6, 2021

It's been 6 months since the Murdaugh murders. How active is SLED's investigation?

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained why the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division's silence on the Murdaugh double homicide investigation is not an indication that the case has gone cold.

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QC Times • December 6, 2021

Here is Davenport's three-pronged approach for addressing gun violence

The National Network for Safe Communities will work with the Davenport Police Department to implement the Group Violence Intervention strategy (GVI).

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Fountains of Carrots • December 7, 2021

FoC 169: What Science Says About Our Kids Keeping the Faith with Dr. Amy Adamczyk

Professor of Sociology Amy Adamczyk discussed her new book “Handing Down the Faith: How Parents Pass Their Religion on to the Next Generation.”

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The New York Times • December 7, 2021

It's Never Too Late to Go to College and Rewrite Your Story

John Jay alumnus Devon Simmons was profiled in The New York Times “It's Never Too Late” series for his life before and during incarceration and his work to destigmatize and create educational and career opportunities for formerly incarcerated people.

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Columbia Spectator • December 7, 2021

After early success with the city's mental health pilot program, West Harlem residents express mixed feelings about the initiative's efficacy and validity

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor explained why innovative policing strategies must be realistic, especially for mental health calls.

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KLFY-TV Online • December 7, 2021

Female assistant warden promoted to lead Louisiana's only state-run women's prison

John Jay alumna Kristen Thomas has been promoted as the new warden at the Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women.

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The Boston Globe Online • December 7, 2021

Shootings and homicides continue to be down in Boston this year, defying national trends

Associate Professor of Police Science Christopher Herrmann explained the factors that are fueling the nationwide increase in violence and commented on crime trends in Boston.

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Harvard Political Review • December 8, 2021

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Can a Blue Dog District Learn New Tricks? Examining Illinois's 10th Congressional District

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John Jay student Aaron Narraph Fernando created and runs the Congressional Democratic Leftist Tracker, a spreadsheet which tracks how Democrats vote on progressive issues.

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Fraud Intelligence • December 8, 2021

Mastering the art of investigation

Assistant Professor Chelsea Binns wrote an article on how private investigators can improve their outcomes.

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The 19th • December 8, 2021

What are safe haven laws, and why did they come up in a Supreme Court case on abortion?

Associate Professor of History Sara McDougall discussed the origin of safe haven laws.

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VICE • December 8, 2021

This City's Police Chief Has Never Been a Cop

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained the benefits of having Tawana Moody, a 50-year-old Black woman with no traditional law enforcement experience, run Jersey City, New Jersey's 950-officer police department. She is the nation's first civilian police leader.

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WBAI News with Paul DeRienzo • December 9, 2021

Tish James drops out, Justice Roadmap 2022, Omicron and vaccinations

Professor of Criminal Justice Kimora discussed the justice roadmap, a legislative agenda designed to address the harms caused by the legal and immigration systems.

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South Jersey Times • December 9, 2021

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Diversity data unavailable from many N.J. police forces Accountability and performance can suffer in absence of info, say experts.

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Professor Emerita Delores Jones-Brown discussed why holding police accountable for diversity and excessive force has been a challenge in the United States.

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Crime Report • December 9, 2021

Boston Shootings, Homicides Down, Despite National Trends

Associate Professor of Police Science Christopher Herrmann explained the factors fueling the nationwide increase in violence.

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KCRG-TV Online • December 9, 2021

School districts commonly let staff members under investigation resign, hide accusation history from future employer

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic explained why background checks fail to detect whether school employees were under investigation for physical or sexual abuse.

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New Republic Online • December 9, 2021

The GOP Has Revived Its Obsession With Parents' Rights

Associate Professor of Public Policy Heath Brown, author of “Homeschooling the Right: How Conservative Education Activism Erodes the State,” argued that the emergence of parental rights as an animating issue in the 1990s can be traced to antipathy toward the Clintons.

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Inside Higher Ed • December 9, 2021

Race and full-time faculty-student ratios in SUNY, CUNY

Professor of Public Management Ned Benton authored a report which highlighted that at CUNY senior colleges, white students have substantially greater opportunities for full-time faculty instruction, compared to Black and Hispanic students.

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Ecos Patrimoniales • December 10, 2021

T3E1 - Hablemos de la construcción y caída de monumentos en EE.UU (con Erin Thompson & Antonio González)

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson discussed her forthcoming book, "Smashing Statues: The Rise and Fall of America's Public Monuments."

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Gay City News • December 10, 2021

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Audre Lorde Biopic in the Works

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The late New York City-based lesbian poet, activist, and John Jay professor Audre Lorde will be the subject of in forthcoming biopic "The Erotic."

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WHYY News • December 10, 2021

DA consulted with Pa. State Police before shooting, then ruled it justified

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on news that Beaver County District Attorney David Lozier, who gave Pennsylvania State Police permission to use deadly force in a violent standoff, then investigated the shooting and justified it.

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Chronicle of Higher Education Online • December 10, 2021

The Review: 'Privilege Walks'; Scientology; Secularization

Christian Parenti, a journalist and associate professor of economics, wrote about the origins of the “privilege walk,” a pseudosociological ritual sometimes practiced in schools, universities, and corporate settings.

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Washington Times Online • December 10, 2021

De Blasio's parting vax edict while crime soars leaves double-barrelled headache for next NYC mayor

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained why Mayor de Blasio's COVID-19 vaccine mandate could create problems for police officers trying to enforce it.

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CNN Online • December 10, 2021

Third lawsuit filed against DC police department alleging racism and a toxic culture

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney commented on a racial and sexual discrimination lawsuit 10 Black female Metropolitan police officers launched against the MPD.

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Las Vegas Review-Journal Online • December 11, 2021

Over 9,000 arrests, 500 guns seized so far

Associate Professor of Police Science Christopher Herrmann explained the factors that are fueling the nationwide increase in violence.

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Newsday Online • December 11, 2021

Former Suffolk DA Spota, ex-top aide now in prison

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on news that former Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota and his top aide were sentenced to five years in federal prison on corruption charges.

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NJ.com • December 11, 2021

As advocates question response to N.J. jail attack, emails reveal officials praised it

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro emphasized the importance of fast response times in minimizing violent altercations in jails.

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Biz Wire Express • December 13, 2021

Posse Foundation Welcomes New Director to Lead New York Chapter

Dr. Michell Tollinchi, who taught courses in Counseling and Human Services at John Jay College, was appointed Director of the New York Chapter of the Posse Foundation.

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Day Online • December 13, 2021

UPDATED: Stolen cars drive tensions between cities and towns

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, explained why the way in which the criminal legal system handles youth car theft is harmful.

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New York Daily News Online • December 13, 2021

Nearly 50 CUNY students join Eric Adams' transition team

Nearly 50 CUNY students will share their input on city policy priorities through a program that places them on John Jay alumnus Mayor-elect Eric Adams' transition team. CUNY Chancellor Félix V. Matos Rodríguez is a co-chair of the transition team.

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New York Daily News Online • December 13, 2021

Ghislaine Maxwell defense working from familiar playbook in cross-examination of accusers

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, discussed how Ghislaine Maxwell's attorneys will undermine witness testimonies.

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CBS News Online • December 13, 2021

YouTubers help solve cold cases across the U.S. - and get billions of views

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt commented on the phenomenon of untrained true-crime armchair sleuths over the past decade.

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RTVi • December 14, 2021

Eric Adams Proposal to Expand Beat Cop Patrols

Adjunct Professor and Master Instructor at the NYPD Police Academy Keith Ross discussed Mayor-Elect Eric Adams' push to reinstate neighborhood beat cops.

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City • December 14, 2021

CUNY Law Students' Call for Israeli Academic Boycott Ripples Through University Roiled by BDS Fight

Ilya Bratman, executive director of eight chapters of the Jewish student organization Hillel, including ones at John Jay, criticized the resolution from the CUNY Law School Student Government Association calling for CUNY to sever ties with Israeli academics and institutions.

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New York Daily News Online • December 14, 2021

Ghislaine Maxwell wants to call up to 35 witnesses in her defense in NYC sex trafficking trial

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, discussed the long list of defense witnesses that might be called to support Ghislaine Maxwell during her sex trafficking trial.

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Fulcrum7 • December 15, 2021

Black Lives Matter Issues Call to Abolish Police As Major Cities Break Homicide Record

Associate Professor of Police Science Chris Herrmann explained why there was a decline in arrests in 2020 and 2021.

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Asian Journal • December 15, 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 and 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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Arizona Daily Sun Online • December 15, 2021

Ghislaine Maxwell defense has two focuses

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, explained the strategies Ghislaine Maxwell's attorneys will use in her sex trafficking trial.

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American Federation of Teachers • December 15, 2021

Black, Hispanic students shortchanged on faculty

Professor of Public Management Ned Benton authored a report which highlighted that at CUNY senior colleges, white students have substantially greater opportunities for full-time faculty instruction, compared to Black and Hispanic students.

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CNN Online • December 15, 2021

NYPD top cop pick highlights the slow rise of female police chiefs nationwide

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maria “Maki” Haberfeld discussed the significant underrepresentation of women in top law enforcement positions. Professor Emerita Dorothy Moses Schulz, the first female captain MTA-Metro North Railroad Police Captain, discussed the challenges the women in policing face, particularly women police chiefs.

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CNN Online • December 15, 2021

NYC Mayor-elect selects Keechant Sewell to become the NYPD's first female police commissioner

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on Mayor-Elect Eric Adams' appointment of Nassau County Chief of Detectives Keechant Sewell as the NYPD's first female police commissioner.

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