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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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MSNBC • January 30, 2022

The Sunday Show with Jonathan Capehart

President Karol Mason gave an in-depth interview on how to address today's crime spike without resorting to the failed tactics of the past.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • January 18, 2022

Eagle Scout Murder Case Witness Testifies

John Jay alumna Meghann McMahon, a trace evidence examiner in the Milwaukee State crime lab, testified about trace evidence in the Chandler Halderson murder trial.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • January 19, 2022

Closing Arguments - Crime Time (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on the Sacramento police officer's peaceful arrest of a Black man who violently attacked a female police officer.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • January 19, 2022

Closing Arguments - Crime Time (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on how the NYPD confronted an armed driver on a crowded street.

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WFPL-FM • January 19, 2022

Study: Louisville jail continues to be overcrowded despite drop in admissions

A new report from the Data Collaborative for Justice was cited in a story about overcrowding in jails. It examines data on arrest and admissions, bail, lengths of stay and population levels at St. Louis County jail between 2010 and 2019.

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NPR/National Public Radio • January 20, 2022

All Things Considered

Adjunct Professor and Master Instructor at the NYPD Police Academy Keith Ross discussed the reaction to Mayor Eric Adams' announcement that he plans to introduce a modified version of the NYPD's anti-crime plainclothes unit.

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WNBC-TV • January 20, 2022

News 4 New York at 5

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, criticized Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg's bail policy on suspects accused of armed robbery.

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KCBS-AM • January 20, 2022

KCBS-AM (Radio) (short)

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, commented on Ghislaine Maxwell's request for a new trial after she was found guilty of sex trafficking.

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WCBS-AM • January 20, 2022

WCBS 880 (Radio) Ghislaine Maxwell (long)

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, discussed how the defense team for Ghislaine Maxwell will challenge her sex trafficking conviction.

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WNYW-TV • January 21, 2022

Good Day Wake Up

Associate Professor Chris Herrmann discussed the public perception of public safety and the divide between the Mayor and the Manhattan DA on the subject.

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NPR/National Public Radio • January 21, 2022

Morning Edition

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett explained why it is impossible for city government to guarantee building safety and recommended safety measures that can make a big difference.

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News 12 Long Island • January 21, 2022

News 12 Long Island

Professor and former NYPD lieutenant Ralph Cilento commented on how Brian Laundrie's notebook confession affects the FBI's Gabby Petito case.

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WCBS-AM • January 21, 2022

WCBS 880 (Radio) Mike Rempell part 1

WCBS 880 (Radio) Mike Rempell part 2

WCBS 880 (Radio) Mike Rempell part 3

Michael Rempel, Director of John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice (DCJ), discussed pre-trial detention and NYS bail reform laws.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • January 22, 2022

Bloodwork

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

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • January 22, 2022

Bloodwork

Professor Emeritus of Forensic Science Lawrence Kobilinksy discussed a incident where a suspect was misindentified using fingerprint analysis.

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WNPR-FM • January 23, 2022

Connecticut Public Radio (WNPR)

The development of New Haven's Project Longevity was explored. It is based on Boston's Project Ceasefire created by David Kennedy, the Director of the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay.

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WCBS-TV • January 24, 2022

CBS Evening News With Norah O'Donnell

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor explained why there is no such thing as a "routine call" in policing.

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NewsNation • January 24, 2022

How to reduce crime in big cities

Adjunct Professor and Master Instructor at the NYPD Police Academy Keith Ross discussed violent crime in urban areas and Mayor Adams' plan to reinstate the NYPD plainclothes unit (segment starts at 25:53. Ross speaks at 29-minute mark).

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Spectrum News NY1 • January 24, 2022

Mornings on 1 (Maki Haberfeld only) Mornings on 1 (full segment)

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maki Haberfeld explained why mentally ill people should not be solely to blame for the violence in the city and what she would like Mayor Adams to do on this issue.

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WNYC-FM • January 24, 2022

Radio clip from WNYC-FM (Radio) Sam Music

Adjunct Professor of Music Sam Thomas commented on the slain NYPD police officer Brian Rivera and how he represented positive and diverse change within the police force.

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WNYW-TV • January 24, 2022

The 10 O'Clock News

Professor and former NYPD lieutenant Ralph Cilento commented on New York's public safety policies.

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WNLO-TV • January 24, 2022

Wake Up

John Jay alumnus and NYPD police officer Wilbert Mora was fighting for his life in the hospital after being shot while responding to a domestic dispute inside a Harlem apartment.

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WLNY-TV • January 24, 2022

WLNY News at 9PM

Professor Serguei Cheloukhine remembered fallen hero Police Officer Wilbert Mora as an exceptional John Jay student.

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WABC-TV • January 25, 2022

Eyewitness News at 5

Professor of Music Gregory Sheppard, who taught John Jay alumnus NYPD officer Wilbert Mora in class and in chorus, shared his memories of Mora as a student.

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WPIX-TV • January 25, 2022

PIX11 News at 5 with Tamsen Fadal and Kori Chambers

John Jay alumnus and NYPD police officer Wilbert Mora passed away after he was shot while responding to a domestic dispute inside a Harlem apartment.

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WPIX-TV • January 25, 2022

PIX11 News at 6 with Tamsen Fadal and John Muller

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, weighed in on Mayor Eric Adams' plan to reinstate the NYPD's anticrime plainclothes unit.

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WINS-AM • January 26, 2022

1010 WINS-AM (long) Officer Wilbert Mora

1010 WINS-AM (short) Officer Wilbert Mora

Professor Serguei Cheloukhine remembered fallen hero Police Officer Wilbert Mora as an exceptional John Jay student.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • January 26, 2022

Closing Arguments - Crime Time (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on the Jones County Sheriff's pursuit of a motorist who shot the officer in the chest during a traffic stop.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • January 26, 2022

Closing Arguments - Crime Time (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on the police pursuit of a suspect in a stolen car investigation who carjacked a vehicle while attempting to flee the police.

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CNN - New York Bureau • January 26, 2022

New York Mayor Eric Adams revives controversial plainclothes police unit amid surge in violent crime

Adjunct Professor and Master Instructor at the NYPD Police Academy Keith Ross commented on Mayor Eric Adams' plan to reinstate the plainclothes anti-crime unit.

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WCBS-AM • January 26, 2022

Radio clip from WCBS-NY (Radio)

John Jay alumnus and NYPD police officer Wilbert Mora '18 passed away after he was shot while responding to a domestic dispute inside a Harlem apartment.

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WINS-AM • January 27, 2022

1010 WINS-AM (long) Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer

1010 WINS-AM (short) Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer

Associate Professor of Political Science Maxwell Mak gave an in-depth interview on the retirement of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer.

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CNN • January 27, 2022

CNN Newsroom with Poppy Harlow and Jim Sciutto

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall discussed the history of Black female judges in America as Biden prepares to nominate the first Black woman judge to the Supreme Court.

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YouTube • January 27, 2022

NYC Gun Violence: Retired Detective & John Jay Professor Weighs In On Mayor Adams' 'Blueprint'

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, weighed in on Mayor Eric Adams' plan to reinstate the NYPD's anti-crime plainclothes unit.

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MSNBC • January 28, 2022

MSNBC Live With Stephanie Ruhle

Adjunct Assistant Professors Eugene O'Donnell and Alfred Titus Jr. discussed how police officers are coping with the loss of NYPD officers Wilbert Mora and Jason Rivera, the risk of officers leaving the profession, and the spike in gun violence across the country.

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WVON-AM • January 28, 2022

AM 1690 WVON (Gloria interview part 1)

AM 1690 WVON (Gloria interview part 2)

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall discussed President Biden's motion to nominate the first Black woman to the Supreme Court and debunked the notion that affirmative action will taint their nomination.

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CNN • January 29, 2022

CNN Newsroom With Christi Paul and Boris Sanchez

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall discussed potential Black women candidates to the Supreme Court following the retirement of Justice Stephen Breyer and debunked the notion that affirmative action will taint their nomination.

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CNN International • January 29, 2022

New Day Saturday

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed NYC Mayor Eric Adams' plan to revive the NYPD's anti-crime plainclothes unit.

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KUHT-TV • January 30, 2022

Latinas

John Jay alumna Catalina Cruz, a New York State Assemblywoman, discussed her journey as an undocumented immigrant and says CUNY saved her life.

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WNYW-TV • January 31, 2022

Good Day New York

Professor of Music Gregory Sheppard, who taught John Jay alumnus NYPD officer Wilbert Mora in class and chorus, shared his memories of Mora as a student.

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KGW-TV • January 31, 2022

KGW News at 11

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor discussed how police are trained to face unknowns after an off-duty police officer was mistakenly shot by a Clark County deputy.

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New York Post Online • January 16, 2022

Deranged man pushes Asian woman to death at Times Square subway station

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, commented on the homeless and emotionally disturbed population in the subway system after Michelle Go was pushed onto the tracks of an incoming train by a mentally ill man.

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New York Daily News Online • January 16, 2022

FDNY setting up scores of fire safety seminars following fatal Bronx blaze

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett discussed how landlords can work with firefighters to disseminate fire safety information.

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The Record & Herald News Online/NorthJersey.com • January 16, 2022

Keeping Passaic fire from chlorine prevented 'one of the biggest disasters in the country'

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett discussed the Labor Day Fire of 1985, the largest blaze in modern Passaic history.

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The Straits Times - Washington, D.C. Bureau • January 16, 2022

The plight of Rohingyas and other minorities: Statesman contributor

Tehnaz Dastoor, who taught at John Jay, wrote an op-ed on the worsening Rohingya situation, anti-Islamic sentiment and the lack of support from the international community.

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This Interests Me • January 16, 2022

Urban myths and myths about serial killers

Professor of Psychology Louis B. Schlesinger debunked the myth that serial killers are smarter than normal people.

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New York Post Online • January 17, 2022

Times Square subway shove 'psycho' showed 'no emotion' as he timed train's arrival: witness

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained how the murder of Michelle Go impacts Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg's approach to prosecuting offenses.

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The Marshall Project • January 18, 2022

Anatomy of a Murder Confession

Psychology Professor Saul Kassin explained why a suspect will make a false confession and the terrible consequences that follow.

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New York Daily News Online • January 18, 2022

Day after Eric Garner's death, new deputy mayor Phil Banks partied in L.A. with cop briber and crooked jails union boss

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell discussed how a corruption scandal involving Phil Banks, the city's new deputy mayor for public safety, impacted his tenure as NYPD chief of department in 2013 and 2014.

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Insider NJ • January 18, 2022

Ilyasah Shabazz, Daughter of Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz '71 to be Keynote Speaker January 19 at NJCU's 33rd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Virtual Celebration

Professor of Africana Studies Ilyasah Shabazz, the daughter of Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz `71, was the keynote speaker on Wednesday, January 19, 2022 for New Jersey City University's 33rd annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration.

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Louisville Metro • January 18, 2022

Louisville leaders hold city's first GVI call-in meeting

Leaders from throughout the Louisville community held a Group Violence Intervention (GVI) “call-in” meeting with members of groups in the city known to be driving the increase in violent crime here. GVI was developed by Professor David M. Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Communities.

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WCBS-TV Online • January 18, 2022

Sen. Gillibrand, Rep. Torres Propose Federal Heat Sensor Requirement In Wake Of Deadly Bronx High-Rise Fire

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett raised concerns about New York City's minimum indoor required temperature for landlords after the deadly Bronx high-rise fire.

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Dallas Morning News Online • January 18, 2022

This Texas Ranger was celebrated for catching serial killers. Did he also ensnare innocent people?

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett explained why it is impossible for city government to guarantee building safety and recommended safety measures that can make a big difference.

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PolitiFact • January 18, 2022

Tracking Biden's campaign promises, one year in

Andrew Sidman, Chair of the Political Science Department, discussed where criminal justice reform stands on the Biden administration's list of priorities.

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City Journal Online • January 18, 2022

Union Pacific Facing Rising Rail Thefts in L.A.

Professor Emerita Dorothy Moses Schulz, the first female MTA-Metro North Police Captain, discussed a recent tragedy in the New York City subway and Mayor Eric Adams' approach to rising crime.

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WPIX-TV Online • January 19, 2022

Some call for more serious charges in case of 15-year-old run over by school bus in Brooklyn

Adjunct Professor Ralph Cilento, a retired NYPD lieutenant commander of detectives, discussed some of the many actions investigators are taking in the case of a school bus driver who fatally hit a pedestrian and left the scene.

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The Media Line • January 19, 2022

Terrorism Charge in Michigan School Shooting Sparks Debate

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maki Haberfeld discussed whether school shootings should qualify as terrorism.

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Los Angeles Times Online • January 20, 2022

Cardi B, raised in the Bronx, covers funeral costs for victims of apartment fire

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett explained  how doors played a critical role in the Bronx apartment building fire that killed 17 residents.

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Mediafeed • January 20, 2022

Ever dreamed of starting your own business? Here's how these 2 dads pulled it off

Daniel Fullner-Auld, a former director of learning technologies and academic support at John Jay College in New York, was featured for starting a baby food company during the pandemic.

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Crime Report • January 20, 2022

Jails Lengths of Stay Increasing Across the US: Report

A 2021 report from the Data Collaborative for Justice was cited in a story about overcrowding in jails. It examines data on arrests, admissions, bail, lengths of stay and population levels at St. Louis County jail between 2010 and 2019.

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NJ.com • January 20, 2022

The true cost of policing

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on New Jersey police salaries.

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The Daily Beast • January 21, 2022

Ivanka Ghosts Trumpland as Investigators Turn Up the Heat

Professor Daniel L. Feldman and Distinguished Lecturer David Shapiro discussed Ivanka Trump's role in the New York State's fraud investigation of the Trump Organization.

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C-SPAN Online • January 21, 2022

Jeffrey Butts Discusses Crime & Murder Rates

Research and Evaluation Center Director Jeffrey Butts was the featured guest on Washington Journal, talking about rising crime and murder rates during the pandemic.

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Diverse: Issues in Higher Education Online • January 21, 2022

Report Draws Correlation Between Well-Being and Opportunity

Professor Evan Mandery discussed how deficits of opportunity intersect and work to disadvantage students of low socioeconomic status and how that disadvantage is magnified for poor students of color.

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City Journal Online • January 21, 2022

Securing the Subways: 10 Blocks podcast

Professor Emerita Dorothy Moses Schulz, the first female MTA-Metro North Police Captain, discussed a recent tragedy in the New York City subway and Mayor Eric Adams' approach to rising crime.

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Barron's • January 21, 2022

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Two violent deaths in New York revive debate about insecurity

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Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, compared the homicide rates in 2020 and 2021 and explained why America is more prone to deadly violence.

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Breitbart • January 21, 2022

Violent killings shock NY, bring back bad memories

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, compared the homicide rates in 2020 and 2021 and explained why America is more prone to deadly violence.

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Healthcare Business Today • January 21, 2022

You Do Not Need a Mandate to Use Common Sense and Do the Right Thing

Adjunct Associate Professor George Contreras wrote an op-ed about sound public health measures as the CDC reduces quarantine guidelines and state governments eliminate mask mandates.

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New York Post Online • January 22, 2022

Deloitte funded group that wants to keep homeless on subways

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on why the NYC transit system should not be used as a homeless shelter, after Michelle Go's employer (she was murdered by a mentally ill homeless man) sued the MTA for excluding the homeless from the system.

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The Daily Mail Online • January 22, 2022

Deloitte gave $50,000 to nonprofit that wants to keep homeless on subways less than a year before firm's exec was fatally shoved onto subway tracks by ex-con

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on why the NYC transit system should not be used as a homeless shelter, after Michelle Go's employer (she was murdered by a mentally ill homeless man) sued the MTA for excluding the homeless from the system.

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CNN Online • January 22, 2022

Domestic incidents are highly dangerous for police officers, experts say

Professor Jon Shane and Professor Chris Herrmann explained the factors involved in why domestic calls are so dangerous for officers, after Police Officer Jason Rivera and John Jay alumnus Officer Wilbert Mora were both fatally shot after responding to a domestic disturbance call.

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Hudson Valley News12 • January 22, 2022

FBI: Brian Laundrie claimed responsibility for Gabby Petito's death in notebook

Professor and former NYPD lieutenant Ralph Cilento commented on how Brian Laundrie's notebook confession affects the FBI investigation into the murder of Gabby Petito.

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The New York Times Online • January 22, 2022

How a Calm Call for Help Led 2 N.Y.P.D. Officers Into a Hail of Gunfire

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor explained why domestic disturbance calls can turn perilous in an instant.

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NPR/National Public Radio Online • January 22, 2022

New Yorkers want gun violence to end. A controversial police unit returns to help

Adjunct Professor and Master Instructor at the NYPD Police Academy Keith Ross discussed his experience as a former NYPD plainclothes officer.

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NPR/National Public Radio Online • January 22, 2022

There are calls for more safety measures after deadly NYC high-rise fire

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett explained why it is impossible for city government to guarantee building safety and recommended safety measures that can make a big difference.

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The Washington Post Online • January 23, 2022

22-year-old NYPD officer dead and another critically injured in Harlem shooting

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maki Haberfeld commented on police attitudes toward answering domestic dispute calls.

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NBC News • January 23, 2022

A cop fatally struck a nurse. His actions after the crash shock the victim's loved ones.

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maki Haberfeld commented on NJ State Trooper's failure to administer a Breathalyzer test on an intoxicated police officer who fatally struck a pedestrian.

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The Virginian-Pilot Online • January 23, 2022

Homicides in Hampton Roads rose sharply over the past two years, following a national trend

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained why the COVID-19 pandemic cannot be the only factor in why there has been at increase in homicides in the United States.

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CNN Online • January 23, 2022

'It's a disturbing trend.' Cities see large increases in carjackings during pandemic

Associate Professor Chris Herrmann profiled carjackers.

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Breitbart • January 23, 2022

New York shootings an early test for former cop-turned-mayor

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, compared the homicide rates in 2020 and 2021 and raised questioned on how policing resources are used.

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Newsday • January 23, 2022

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Officer had NYPD dreams as boy; Brother of slain cop: Sibling had early aspirations

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John Jay alumnus Rashad Mujumder '18 reflected fondly on his longtime friend, fallen hero John Jay alumnus and NYPD officer Wilbert Mora '18.

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The Star-Ledger • January 23, 2022

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Why don't departments hire more cops instead of paying overtime?

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Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained why police are staffed at minimum levels in New Jersey.

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The City • January 24, 2022

Adams Anti-Gun Blueprint Puts 'Cure Violence' Groups Center Stage

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, discussed setting up more Cure Violence programs and the rise in youth gun arrests in NYC.

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ABC News Online • January 24, 2022

Another violence interrupter killed in Baltimore as community reels from gun violence

Jeffrey Butts, director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, commented on the effectiveness of violence interrupters in influencing gang activity.

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Spectrum News NY1 Online • January 24, 2022

City faces uphill battle in shutting 'Iron Pipeline' of illegal guns

Director of the National Network for Safe Communities David Kennedy discussed the flow of guns into NYC.

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The Riverdale Press • January 24, 2022

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Criminal history may soon be actual history

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Data on people with criminal histories from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice was cited in an article about the Fair Chance for Housing Act, a proposed piece of legislation which prohibits housing discrimination based on criminal history.

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City & State New York Online • January 24, 2022

Eric Adams to launch "modified" version of NYPD plainclothes unit

Adjunct Assistant Professor Alfred S. Titus, Jr., a retired NYPD hostage negotiator and homicide detective, explained the link between the NYPD's plainclothes unit and gun crime.

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The Body • January 24, 2022

Love Bombing, Loneliness, and West Elm Caleb

Psychology Professor Chitra Raghavan's interview with The New York Times on love-bombing was cited in an article about a serial dater in New York City who has been dubbed “West Elm Caleb.”

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National Post Online • January 24, 2022

Minnesota jury to decide if Chauvin's colleagues had duty to stop deadly Floyd arrest

Professor Candace McCoy explained how challenges to the “thin blue line” culture prevalent in U.S. police departments have developed in the past decade.

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WCBS-TV Online • January 24, 2022

NYPD Officer Wilbert Mora Remains In Grave Condition At NYU Langone

Professor Serguei Cheloukhine remembered fallen hero Police Officer Wilbert Mora as an exceptional John Jay student.

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NewsNation • January 24, 2022

On Balance with Leland Vittert

Adjunct Professor and Master Instructor at the NYPD Police Academy Keith Ross discussed Mayor Eric Adams' plan to reinstate the anti-crime police units and how they were deployed in the past.

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RTVi • January 24, 2022

RTVI News

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maki Haberfeld discussed crime and bail reform in New York.

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The Journal News Express - Central Westchester/Sound Shore • January 24, 2022

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Study: Local protests of police abuse do work; Researcher says actions reduce fatal encounters

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Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall discussed the history and the power of protest in the United States.

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Barron's • January 24, 2022

The Real Secret of Central Banking: There Are No Maestros

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason wrote an article about the Fed's influence on the economy.

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Spectrum News NY1 Online • January 24, 2022

Will revamped NYPD anti-crime units make the city safer?

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, discussed the importance of revamping the plainclothes NYPD anti-crime unit.

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Newsday • January 25, 2022

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ADAMS DEVISES PLAN TO FIGHT GUN CRIMES; Will deploy plainclothes police in high-crime areas

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Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed Mayor Eric Adams anti-gun violence plan and why it will be difficult to implement.

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The Chief • January 25, 2022

Finally Hope for DOC

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro wrote an article praising the appointment of Louis Molina as the new Commissioner of the NYC Department of Correction.

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Diverse: Issues in Higher Education Online • January 25, 2022

John Jay Receives $1 Million to Help At-Risk Students

The Gray Foundation awarded John Jay College a $1 million gift to continue John Jay's successful Completion for Upper-division Student Program (CUSP) for two years, helping approximately 3,200 students complete the last leg of their undergraduate journey and prepare for graduate school or a career.

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The Epoch Times-Chicago Edition Online • January 25, 2022

Lax Prosecution Contributing to LA Cargo Theft Surge, Experts Say

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained why police cannot arrest people on the Union Pacific tracks for theft and why he thinks Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascσn's prosecution policy invites more people to commit crimes.

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Harlem World • January 25, 2022

Million Dollar Gray Foundation Gift Continues John Jay College Graduation Program

The Gray Foundation awarded John Jay College a $1 million gift to continue John Jay's successful Completion for Upper-division Student Program (CUSP) for two years, helping approximately 3,200 students complete the last leg of their undergraduate journey.

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Associated Press • January 25, 2022

MORE NYPD TRAGEDY: 2nd NYPD Officer Dies, Days After Harlem Shooting

Professor Irina Zakirova remembered fallen hero Police Officer Wilbert Mora as an exceptional John Jay student.

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Spectrum Noticias NY1 Online • January 25, 2022

Muere el segundo policνa herido en ataque en apartamento -Wilbert Mora

Professor Irina Zakirova remembered John Jay alumnus & NYPD police officer Wilbert Mora ‘18 as an exceptional student committed to community policing.

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USA Today Online • January 25, 2022

No 'surrender': New York Mayor Eric Adams lays out gun violence plan after officer killed

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on the uptick in shootings during the pandemic.

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New York Online • January 25, 2022

The Return of New York's Most Notorious Cops

Adjunct Professor and Master Instructor at the NYPD Police Academy Keith Ross discussed the importance of temperament in plainclothes anti-crime police units.

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WCBS-TV Online • January 25, 2022

'True Heroes Never Die'

John Jay alumnus and NYPD police officer Wilbert Mora passed away after being shot while responding to a domestic dispute inside a Harlem apartment.

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CBS News Online • January 25, 2022

Wilbert Mora, second police officer shot in Harlem, has died

John Jay alumnus and NYPD police officer Wilbert Mora passed away after being shot while responding to a domestic dispute inside a Harlem apartment.

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Newsday • January 26, 2022

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2ND COP SHOT IN HARLEM DIES; NYPD officer's organs donated to save others

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John Jay alumnus and NYPD police officer Wilbert Mora passed away after being shot while responding to a domestic dispute inside a Harlem apartment.

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The New York Times Online • January 26, 2022

2nd N.Y.P.D. Officer Dies of Wounds From Harlem Shooting

Professors Irina Zakirova and Gregory Sheppard remember John Jay alumnus & NYPD police officer Wilbert Mora ‘18 as an exceptional student and discussed how his passing has affected former students who became police officers.

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WCBS-TV Online • January 26, 2022

Domestic Disturbance Calls Among Most Dangerous Situations For Officers, Former NYPD Detective Says

Adjunct Assistant Professor Alfred S. Titus, Jr., a retired NYPD hostage negotiator and homicide detective, explained which types of calls are the most dangerous for police officers and ways to make it safer for officers responding to domestic calls.

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Amityville Record • January 26, 2022

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George Harold Kirchmann, longtime Massapequa Park resident, published scholar and Massapequa Historical Society trustee, at 79

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Dr. George Harold Kirchmann, former Dean of Administration at John Jay College, passed away at age 79.

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Spectrum News NY1 Online • January 26, 2022

Is the city safe? Perception often trumps reality, says experts

Associate Professor of Sociology Janice Johnson-Dias explained the perception of increased crime as New York City reels from a series of high-profile murders.

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INSIDER • January 26, 2022

New Yorkers 'have a legitimate fear' after recent subway-shoving attacks, but transit experts say the perception of danger clashes with reality

Adjunct Associate Professor James Dooley, a retired NYPD Transit captain, discussed methods of preventing violent crimes including attacks and assaults on the subway.

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WPIX-TV Online • January 26, 2022

NYPD Officer Wilbert Mora was kept on life support so his organs could be donated

Professor Irina Zakirova remembered John Jay alumnus & NYPD police officer Wilbert Mora ‘18 as an exceptional student committed to community policing.

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CNN International Online • January 26, 2022

Second NYPD officer who was shot in Harlem last week has died

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed the rise in violent crime and the recent shootings of police officers after Mayor Adams was inaugurated and how it affects public perception of him.

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NerdWallet • January 26, 2022

Unpopular Opinion: Airbnb Has Become Terrible

Researchers at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice and the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs School of Public Affairs conducted a 2021 study of Airbnb complaints on Twitter.

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WABC-TV Online • January 26, 2022

Vigils tonight for fallen NYPD officers Jason Rivera and Wilbert Mora

A vigil was held honoring NYPD officers Jason Rivera and John Jay alumnus Wilbert Mora.

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Streetsblog • January 26, 2022

WHAT IS TO BE DONE? Experts Discuss Subway Crime, Death, Homelessness

Professor of Psychology Philip Yanos discussed why the homeless seek shelter in the subway and solutions to preventing more fatalities in the transit system.

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Tampa Bay Times Online • January 26, 2022

Why buy guns undercover at Brandon mall? Deals are often 'back and forth.'

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, explained why gun buys are the most dangerous of undercover meetups and what an ideal setting for such an operation would be.

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WNBC-TV Online • January 27, 2022

Fallen Officers Rivera, Mora Sought Bridges Between NYPD and Communities

Professor Irina Zakirova remembered fallen hero Police Officer Wilbert Mora as an exceptional John Jay student.

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Forbes Online • January 27, 2022

New Study Shows Which Colleges Help Low-Income Students Get Ahead

According to a new study by the public policy organization Third Way, John Jay College ranks number 10 in the nation for providing economic mobility for low- and moderate-income graduates.

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The Third Way: Finding Balance • January 27, 2022

Out With the Old, In With the New: Rating Higher Ed by Economic Mobility

According to a new study by the public policy organization Third Way, John Jay College ranks number 10 in the nation for providing economic mobility for low- and moderate-income graduates.

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The Cincinnati Enquirer • January 27, 2022

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Police recruit 'in grave condition'; Mother seeks answers after training exercise

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Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maki Haberfeld discussed self-defense training in policing.

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LIHerald.com • January 27, 2022

Rape victims need counseling. They also need justice.

Cristina Arroyo Rodriguez, who taught Master Executive classes for NYPD leadership at John Jay College, wrote an op-ed about her experience as a rape survivor and how the criminal legal system re-traumatizes victims.

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WCBS-TV Online • January 27, 2022

Retired Detective & John Jay Professor Weighs In On Mayor Adams' 'Blueprint'

Professor Michael Alcazar gave an in-depth interview on Mayor Eric Adams' plan to reinstate the plainclothes anti-crime unit.

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The News & Observer Online • January 27, 2022

What we know about the Raleigh officers involved in fatal shooting of man on I-440

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor discussed the importance of police officer intent, experience and training in determining fault when reviewing officer-involved shootings.

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Curbed - New York • January 28, 2022

After Bronx Fire, a Tiny Gambian Nonprofit Deals With an Avalanche of Donations

John Jay alumnus Momodou Sawaneh '00, founder of the Gambian Youth Organization (GYO), discussed how the GYO is serving the community after the Twin Parks fire which killed 17 people.

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Psychology Today Online • January 28, 2022

Electing Technology for My Son's Independence

Peter Korn, the director of accessibility for devices at Amazon, discussed how his father, a John Jay professor and civil rights activist, would perceive his work to help people with disabilities by using technology.

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The Daily Beast • January 28, 2022

Family, Experts Left Stunned by Highway Cop Shooting

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone analyzed and commented on footage of a mentally ill man with a box cutter who was fatally shot by nine police officers on a busy highway.

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Burlington Free Press Online • January 28, 2022

How economically-mobile are students coming out of Vermont colleges? New ranking shows.

John Jay College made the top 10 on the economic mobility index in a new college ranking system created by the think tank Third Way.

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Fairplanet • January 28, 2022

Peng scandal highlights China's crackdown on #MeToo movement

Ke Li, Assistant Professor of Political Science, explained why Chinese government officials are trying to stamp out the #Metoo movement in Chinese society.

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The Conversation • January 28, 2022

Pope Benedict faulted over sex abuse claims: New report is just one chapter in his – and Catholic Church's – fraught record

A study by John Jay researchers examining the causes and context of the clergy sexual abuse crisis in the U.S. Catholic Church was cited in an article about Pope Benedict XVI's inaction against sexual abuse among the clergy.

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CNN Online • January 28, 2022

The NYPD has resurrected its controversial anti-crime unit. Success will be determined by avoiding mistakes of the past

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed the checkered history of plainclothes officers in New York.

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Gizmodo • January 28, 2022

The Young Activist Fighting to 'Change the Faces of Power'

John Jay alumnus Ilona Duverge was featured for her work as a a NYC community organizer fighting to fix public housing.

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MEAWW • January 28, 2022

Who is Bernard Adams? Eric Adams to hire brother for security role at salary of $1 a year

John Jay alumnus Bernard Adams was profiled for his career and his experience as his brother, also a John Jay alumnus, Mayor Eric Adams tried to hire him as head of his personal security detail.

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New York Post Online • January 29, 2022

Murdered cops join sad roster at NYPD's 32nd Precinct

Associate Professor of History Fritz Umbach discussed the history of police officer fatalities in NYC.

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Marketplace Online - American Public Media • January 29, 2022

Wages are rising at their fastest pace in 20 years

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason explained why higher wages are not currently fueling inflation.

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The Daily Beast • January 29, 2022

Was a Notorious Mobster Behind This 'Infamous' Pittsburgh Heist?

Robert McCrie, a professor of security management, explained how armored car heists are executed.

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Associated Press Online • January 30, 2022

2nd trial in Floyd killing centers clash of duty, cop code

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the risk of police officers facing federal prosecution for civil rights violations.

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Medium • January 30, 2022

Center for International Human Rights – Medium

Eva Navon, MA Candidate in International Crime & Justice at John Jay College, wrote an article about Sophia, the world's most famous humanoid AI robot and how some of the privileges granted to her, a non-human, are the very same human rights denied to real human beings.

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News & Record • January 30, 2022

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Details emerge in fatal police shooting

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Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor discussed the importance of police officer intent, experience and training in determining fault when reviewing officer-involved shootings.

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The Virginian-Pilot • January 30, 2022

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Hopes& fears ODU exhibition highlights artwork created by six current or former Guantαnamo Bay detainees

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Cullen Strawn, Old Dominion University's executive director for the arts, collaborated with Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson to bring an art exhibit featuring work from Guantanamo Bay detainees to the college. In 2017, the President's Gallery at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City put on an exhibition, "Ode to the Sea," featuring 36 works created by Guantanamo Bay prisoners.

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Capital FM Lifestyle • January 30, 2022

Stray bullets kill bystanders as US shootings soar » Capital News

Associate Professor of Police Science Chris Herrmann commented on the frequency of mass shootings in the United States.

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NewsNation • January 31, 2022

Dan Abrams Live

Adjunct Professor Jillian Snider, who worked in the NYPD's vice operations, criticized a CNN documentary on policing in America for minimizing the danger police face during traffic stops.

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The CPA Journal • January 31, 2022

How the Next Generation of CPAs Can Restore the Public Trust

Iralma Pozo, CPA, an Adjunct Lecturer at John Jay, hosted a virtual panel on corporate fraud and interviewed experts on how the accounting profession can improve the efficacy of the audit.

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Her Campus • January 31, 2022

Love Bombing: Signs to Watch Out For

Psychology Professor Chitra Raghavan's interview with The New York Times was cited in an article on love-bombing.

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USA Today Online • January 31, 2022

Police attacked in at least 5 states in about a week. Are officers being targeted?

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maki Haberfeld discussed nationwide anti-police sentiment.

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