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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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NOVA - Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) • January 5, 2022

High-Risk High-Rise

Charles Jennings, associate professor of Security, Fire, and Emergency Management and director of the Christian Regenhard Center for Emergency Response Studies at John Jay, discussed fire safety hazards in high rise apartment buildings.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • January 5, 2022

Closing Arguments - Crime Time (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor analyzed and commented on the police pursuit of a machete-wielding individual in the Bronx.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • January 5, 2022

Closing Arguments - Crime Time (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor analyzed and commented on the arrest of a suspected stalker.

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FOX News Reporting - FOX News Channel • January 6, 2022

Manhattan DA not backing down on far-left prosecution agenda

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, discussed violent crime and pretrial detention after the newly elected Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg announced he would not seek jail time for certain criminal offenses.

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WABC-TV • January 9, 2022

Eyewitness News

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett discussed the factors that played a critical role in spreading the smoke in the Bronx apartment building fire that killed 17 residents.

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RT America • January 10, 2022

Should NYC go soft on 'low level crimes'?

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, discussed violent crime in New York City after the newly elected Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg announced he would not seek jail time for certain criminal offenses.

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WTVN-AM • January 10, 2022

WTVN-AM (Radio)

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett discussed the factors that played a critical role in spreading the fire and smoke in the Bronx apartment building fire that killed 17 residents.

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Bloomberg Radio Network • January 10, 2022

Bloomberg Radio

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett discussed the factors that played a critical role in spreading the fire and smoke in the Bronx apartment building fire that killed 17 residents.

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Spectrum News NY1 • January 12, 2022

Inside City Hall (Part 1)

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg's new directive to reduce charges or stop prosecuting low-level offenses.

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Spectrum News NY1 • January 12, 2022

Inside City Hall (Part 2)

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed Mayor Eric Adams' controversial administration appointments.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • January 12, 2022

Closing Arguments - Crime Time (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on how an officer handled a car accident in which a civilian pulled a gun out of the car.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • January 12, 2022

Closing Arguments - Crime Time (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor explained how officers are trained to handle suicide attempts.

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WNYW-TV • January 12, 2022

The 10 O'Clock News

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor discussed how Mayor Eric Adams can reduce street gun violence.

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WABC-TV • January 13, 2022

    Let the World See (Part 1)

Let the World See (Part 2)

Let the World See (Part 3)

Let the World See (Part 4)

Let the World See (Part 5)

Professor of constitutional law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall was featured in episode two of the docuseries “Let The World See” which chronicles Ms. Mamie Till-Mobley's fierce quest for justice that sparked the civil rights movement after her son Emmett Till was brutally murdered in 1955.

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WNYW-TV • January 14, 2022

How to fight rising crime in New York City - [STREET SOLDIERS]

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor discussed Mayor Eric Adams' plan to reinstate a new anti-crime NYPD unit and the policy failures that created environments that breed violent offenders.

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WINS-AM • January 14, 2022

1010 WINS-AM

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed the rise in carjackings in New York.

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NPR/National Public Radio • January 14, 2022

Morning Edition

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

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C-SPAN2 • January 15, 2022

Gloria Browne-Marshall Interview

Professor of constitutional law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall gave an in-depth interview about her career and her book "She Took Justice: The Black Woman, Law, and Power – 1619 to 1969."

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Police 1 • January 1, 2022

22 on 2022: A police leadership playbook

Professor Peter Moskos wrote about crime prevention in Police1's "22 on 2022: A police leadership playbook."

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WPIX-TV Online • January 1, 2022

The Missing: Mom wonders fate of son who escaped psychiatric center

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained the tactics used in missing persons cases.

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Star Tribune Online • January 1, 2022

Carjackings sweep through Twin Cities' communities

Associate Professor Chris Herrmann explained why carjackings have become more popular.

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Foreign Policy Online • January 1, 2022

'We Have This Virus Among Us'

John Jay alumnus and renowned police officer Frank Serpico discussed how the blue wall of silence perpetuates racism and corruption.

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Aftermath Philadelphia • January 2, 2022

S1 Episode 15 - From the Bronx to the Classroom

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed his experiences in investigations during his time in the Bronx, the Anti-Crime teams the NYPD used to help lower gun violence, and the NYC Bail Reform Act.

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panama24horas • January 2, 2022

Universidad de Nueva York realiza estudio en centros penitenciarios panameρos

John Jay Professors Jeff Mellow and Deborah Koetzle are conducting a study on Panamanian prisons.

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Times-Herald Online • January 2, 2022

With gun violence on the rise, Oakland ends the year with 134 homicides

Associate Professor of Police Science Chris Herrmann commented on the nationwide rise in metropolitan homicide rates.

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The Mercury News Online • January 2, 2022

Gun-related crime is on the rise in Oakland

Associate Professor of Police Science Chris Herrmann commented on the rise in shootings in 2020 and 2021.

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New York Daily News Online • January 2, 2022

Ex-NYPD highway cop says officers already record traffic stops - advocates believe data will prove suspicions about racial profiling

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor, and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on how a new city law, which requires cops to document all vehicle and bicycle stops, will affect policing.

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New York Post Online • January 2, 2022

Eric Adams, new top cop Keechant Sewell face these key NYPD challenges

Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld discussed the number of internal and external challenges Keechant Sewell must tackle as the first female NYPD commissioner.

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FOX News Channel Online • January 2, 2022

Christians point to genetics breakthroughs to show Adam and Eve are not incompatible with evolution

Biology Professor Nathan Lents discussed the recent breakthroughs in genealogy that make a historical Adam and Eve compatible with evolution.

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Empire Report • January 3, 2022

GOVERNOR HOCHUL ANNOUNCES ADMINISTRATION APPOINTMENTS

Adjunct Assistant Professor Marcos Gonzalez Soler, the former director of the Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice, has been appointed Deputy Secretary for Public Safety in the Office of the Governor.

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SiliconValley.com • January 3, 2022

Amid mob theft scare, Bay Area property crime in 2021 was modestly up and down

Associate Professor of Police Science Chris Herrmann explained what the data says on the frequency of group theft incidents, what he calls 'mobberies.'

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Connecticut Post Online • January 3, 2022

New Haven finalizes use of force policy for police

Adjunct Professor Shamus Smith, a former training instructor with the NYPD, commented on the New Haven Police Department's new policy governing the use of force by officers, which requires police officers to only do what is necessary, rather than what is justified.

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WalletHub • January 3, 2022

2022's Best & Worst Cities for Keeping Your New Year's Resolutions

Adjunct Assistant Professor and SEEK Counselor Wendy Johnny gave insights on the challenges in keeping New Year's resolutions and tips on overcoming them.

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The Wall Street Journal Online • January 3, 2022

Will the Crime Wave Soon Crest?

Professor Emeritus Barry Latzer wrote an op-ed on the rise in homicides in 2021 and attributed it to specific minority populations and criminal legal system reforms.

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CNN Online • January 3, 2022

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

Professor Emerita Delores Jones-Brown debunked the notion that affirmative action is reverse discrimination.

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La Voce di New York • January 4, 2022

The Violence at Rikers Island: An "Insider" Clears Up Some Misconceptions

In response to an article in The New York Times that made dubious claims about Rikers Island jails, Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro wrote an op-ed to correct the record.

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CUNY TV • January 4, 2022

State of Policing | One to One

Adjunct Assistant Professor Alfred S. Titus, Jr., a retired NYPD hostage negotiator and homicide detective, offered his own perspective about the current state of policing, policing in the Black community, and the Black Lives Matter movement.

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The Total Retail Report • January 4, 2022

How Quantum Computing Improves Retail Operations

John Jay alumnus Robert Liscouski, CEO of Quantum Computing Inc., wrote an article about how quantum computing can optimize retail operations especially as the industry faces supply chain management challenges exacerbated by the pandemic.

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WGBH News • January 4, 2022

The MFA's complicated history with censoring queer desire pervades new exhibit

Professor Erin Thompson wrote an opinion piece about Boston's Fine Art Museum and how its 'freshly imagined' ancient art of Greece and Rome galleries removes much of its erotic art; an impressive collection that used to be displayed openly and proudly.

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Newsday Online • January 4, 2022

Adams, Sewell face tall task cutting violent crime in NYC

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the policing challenges Mayor Eric Adams and NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell will face.

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The Daily Beast • January 4, 2022

Missing Phoenix Man Found Dead After Car Was Spotted With Mystery Trio and Then Torched

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the Phoenix Police Department's investigation of a missing man after his friends found his car completely incinerated.

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Publico • January 5, 2022

Un aρo despuιs del asalto al Capitolio, la democracia de EEUU estα en crisis

Associate Professor of Political Science Peter Romaniuk discussed the importance of proper terminology in describing the events on January 6, 2021 at the Capitol building.

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Asheville Citizen-Times • January 5, 2022

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DA and police chief spar over dismissals of cases

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Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell discussed the nuances involved in the prosecution of nuisance crimes.

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NewsNation • January 5, 2022

Dan Abrams Live

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, discussed progressive district attorneys who are choosing not to prosecute low level offenses and the impact it may or may not have on the overall crime rate in their cities.

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Security Management Online • January 5, 2022

The Bull and Millionaire Mike: A Look at Darknet and Securities Fraud Summary

Associate Professors Maria Helen Maras and Jana Arsovska and Adjunct Lecturer Kenji Logi (a doctoral student at John Jay) wrote an article about how the darknet is used to commit securities fraud.

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Giants.com • January 5, 2022

Giants vs. Washington Gameday Guide

John Jay College partnered with The New York Giants to sponsor the New York Football Giants Fellowship program, which provides five fellows with a $10,000 grant for their senior year tuition as well as an internship stipend in the criminal justice field.

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America Online • January 5, 2022

20 years after Spotlight investigation of the Catholic sex abuse crisis, is the church a safer place?

The impact of the John Jay College report “The Causes and Context of Sexual Abuse of Minors by Catholic Priests in the United States, 1950-2010” was cited in a article on minor safety in the Catholic church, 20 years after The Boston Globe Spotlight investigative team published its bombshell reports.

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The New York Times Online • January 5, 2022

Can Adams Rebuild, and Rein In, a Notorious N.Y.P.D. Unit?

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maki Haberfeld commented on Mayor Eric Adams' plan to train officers to increase their level of emotional intelligence.

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CNN Online • January 5, 2022

An officer firing at a suspect also killed a 14-year-old shopper. What he knew at that moment will be key in determining wrongdoing, experts say

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained the police use of deadly force after 14-year-old Valentina Orellana-Peralta was tragically shot & killed in a store dressing room by an LAPD officer.

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Vox • January 6, 2022

How Facebook and Google are still helping the FBI find January 6 rioters

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt discussed the role social media plays in FBI investigations.

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Harlem World Magazine • January 7, 2022

MBP Northern Manhattans Mark Levine Announces Senior Team For Manhattan Borough President's Office

John Jay alumna Elka Morety was appointed Director of Scheduling at Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine's office.

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New York Daily News Online • January 7, 2022

Mobile sports betting comes to New York on Saturday: What you need to know

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt discussed New York's new mobile sports betting apps.

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The Daily Beast • January 8, 2022

Did This Single Mom Die Trying in Vain to Save Her Sons?

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett explained how smoke inhalation kills in a story about the gruesome discovery of three children who perished from a self-extinguishing fire.

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The New York Times Online • January 8, 2022

Officers Ran Off After Firing Stun Gun That Set Man Ablaze, Video Shows

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained the proper technique for deploying Tasers and commented on how Catskill, N.Y. police officers used their Tasers in one case.

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Staten Island Advance • January 9, 2022

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Sierra Leone native overcomes obstacles to live the American dream'

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John Jay alumnus Alhaji Nyallay was profiled for his journey from Sierra Leone to becoming an IT business owner.

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New York Post • January 9, 2022

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SHEAR MADNESS D.A. ATTEMPTS TO 'TRIM' THE FACTS Prosecutor omits 'scissor' menace in shoplift report

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Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed how larceny and robbery charges will be prosecuted under new Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg.

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Pledge Times • January 9, 2022

Don't look up in the top 3 of Netflix's most-watched movies

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

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Newsday Online • January 9, 2022

Mayor Eric Adams defends decision to appoint brother as chief of personal security

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on Mayor Eric Adams' appointment of former NYPD Chief of Department Philip Banks II and his brother, former NYPD Sgt. Bernard Adams to top administration posts.

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The Cleveland.com • January 9, 2022

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Carjackers have declared war' on the city Number of incidents is spiking despite the dangerous crimes offering little gain to offenders.

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Associate Professor of Police Science Chris Herrmann discussed several reasons why individuals carjack.

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Breitbart • January 9, 2022

NYC's Woke District Attorney Is Creating the Real-Life Sequel to 'Escape from New York'

Professor Peter Moskos commented on Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg's decision to not prosecute low level crimes.

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New York Post Online • January 9, 2022

Fellow NYC district attorneys not embracing Alvin Bragg's policies

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, commented on Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg's memo which stipulates that Assistant District Attorneys decline to prosecute misdemeanors like prostitution, fare evasion and resisting arrest.

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New York Post Online • January 9, 2022

DA Alvin Bragg is inviting a criminal free-for-all to Manhattan

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone wrote an op-ed criticizing Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg's memo directing prosecutors to decline the prosecution of misdemeanors like prostitution, fare evasion and resisting arrest.

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The Wall Street Journal • January 10, 2022

Bronx Fire: Space Heater, Faulty Door Played Roles in Deadly Outcome, Say Officials

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett discussed why it was difficult for firefighters to put out the fire in the deadly Bronx apartment building fire that killed 17 people.

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Essex News Daily • January 10, 2022

Police chief discusses what it really means to be an officer

John Jay alumnus and Adjunct Lecturer Sean Quinn discussed his journey to becoming the Glen Ridge, New Jersey Police Chief.

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Dissent Online • January 10, 2022

Is There an Alternative? The Macroeconomics of the Biden Administration - Dissent Magazine

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason gave an in-depth interview on inflation, income inequality, and the federal government's ability to manage the economy during a pandemic and social unrest.

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WNYC-AM Online • January 10, 2022

The Bronx Fire | The Brian Lehrer Show | WNYC

Charles Jennings, Associate Professor of Security, Fire and Emergency Management, and director at the Christian Regenhard Center for Emergency Response Studies (RaCERS) at John Jay, discussed the devastating January 9th Bronx fire that killed 17 people. He also answered listener questions about fire safety best practices.

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Law360 • January 10, 2022

LAPD Case Sheds Light On Agencies' Social Media Monitoring

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt discussed law enforcement's social media monitoring techniques and why he says concerns over it are overblown.

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New York Post Online • January 10, 2022

DA Bragg underplayed shoplifting arrest, NYPD sergeants' union alleges

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained how low-level offenses will be prosecuted under Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

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The New York Times Online • January 10, 2022

For firefighters, air supply running out, 'and they still pushed through the smoke.'

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett discussed the space heaters that caused the deadly Bronx apartment fire and how building management could have prevented it.

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Newsday • January 11, 2022

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New Manhattan DA's policy stirs concern among police; Some fear shift in prosecution of certain crimes

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Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg's new directive to reduce charges or stop prosecuting low-level offenses.

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Reading Eagle Online • January 11, 2022

Closed doors are critical lifesavers during fires

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

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Gothamist • January 11, 2022

Is Your High-Rise Equipped For Fire?

Charles Jennings, associate professor of Security, Fire, and Emergency Management and director of the Christian Regenhard Center for Emergency Response Studies at John Jay, gave tips on what steps residents living in high-rise buildings can take to ensure their safety during a fire emergency.

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INSIDER • January 11, 2022

Investigators say a safety door failed in the Bronx building where a fire killed 17 people

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett discussed what went wrong in the Bronx apartment fire that killed 17 people.

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The Washington Post Online • January 11, 2022

Faulty safety doors at Bronx high-rise were repeatedly flagged before deadly fire, officials say

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett discussed what went wrong in the Bronx apartment fire that killed 17 people.

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The New York Times Online • January 11, 2022

What Is 'Love Bombing'?

Professor of Psychology Chitra Raghavan explained how romantic behaviors can transform into a manipulative dating practice known as “love bombing."

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The New York Times Online • January 11, 2022

Guantαnamo Panel Approves Transfer of First High-Value Detainee

John Jay College hosted the art exhibition “Ode to the Sea: Art from Guantαnamo,” from October 16, 2017 to January 26, 2018 which showcased work from Guantanamo Bay detainees.

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New York Daily News • January 12, 2022

Multiple space heaters had been running for days inside apartment where deadly Bronx fire erupted

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett discussed the space heaters that caused the deadly Bronx apartment fire and how building management could have prevented it.

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State Of The Planet • January 12, 2022

U.S. May Have Been Responsible for Almost Half of Recent Past Illegal Tiger Trade

Monique Sosnowski, PhD candidate at John Jay, coauthored a study that highlights the United States' role in tiger trafficking.

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Associated Press • January 12, 2022

How fleeting choices, circumstances doomed 17 in Bronx fire

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett discussed what went wrong in the Bronx apartment fire that killed 17 people.

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The Marshall Project • January 12, 2022

As Murders Spiked, Police Solved About Half in 2020

Professor Peter Moskos explained why witnesses, especially in Black and brown communities, do not cooperate with police and how that distrust creates a vicious cycle.

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City Journal Online • January 12, 2022

The State-Local Tug of War Over Policing

Professor Emerita Dorothy Moses Schulz, the first female captain of the MTA-Metro North Police, wrote an op-ed on the conflict between cities and states as both pass laws that she says undermine police discretion.

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The Washington Post Online • January 12, 2022

Five more Guantαnamo detainees cleared for transfer from military prison

John Jay College hosted an art exhibition “Ode to the Sea: Art from Guantαnamo,” from October 16, 2017 to January 26, 2018 which showcased work from Guantanamo Bay detainees.

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360 Magazine Online • January 13, 2022

When the quest to win customer loyalty leads to 'love bombing'

Shane Shick called the eagerness with which brands target customers the equivalent of "love-bombing," a term Psychology Professor Chitra Raghavan defined in a New York Times interview.

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The Wayne Post Online • January 13, 2022

'It's often an innocent person that gets hurt.' Police chases in Rochester rare but can be deadly

Adjunct lecturer, former NYPD police officer and attorney Walter Signorelli discussed police pursuits and how police departments can reduce the risk of a pursuit ending badly.

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Union News Daily • January 13, 2022

Clark Police Department swears in five new officers

John Jay alumnus Michael Mazzulla was one of 5 officers out of a total of 60 candidates sworn into the Clark, New Jersey Police Department.

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Marketplace Online - American Public Media • January 13, 2022

Why the economic recovery looks different for women of color

Associate Professor of Economics Michelle Holder, president and CEO of the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, explained why women of color were more vulnerable to the pandemic's economic impact.

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New York Post Online • January 13, 2022

Big Apple carjackings continue to spike, NYPD stats show

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed the rise in carjackings in New York City and how it should be prosecuted.

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FOX News Channel Online • January 13, 2022

NYC bail reform beneficiaries rearrested for felonies at higher rate than city projections

Michael Rempel, Director of John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice, discussed the data on NYC’s supervised release program and emphasized the need to fully track what happens to individuals during and after their incarceration.

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CNN Online • January 13, 2022

Intentional killings of law enforcement officers reach 20-year high, FBI says

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maki Haberfeld analyzed data on police deaths in the line of duty and explained what triggers anti-police violence. Associate Professor Chris Herrmann explained why there was an increase in ambush attacks against the police in 2021.

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WCBS-FM Online • January 14, 2022

Carjackings up 355% in NYC over 3 years

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed car thefts and the rise in carjackings in New York.

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New York State Bar Association • January 14, 2022

How New York Lawyers Can Help Curb Human Trafficking

Adjunct Professor Nora Cronin commented on how lawyers can help labor and sex trafficking survivors.

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The Pew Charitable Trusts • January 14, 2022

Jail Admissions Have Fallen, but Average Length of Stay Is Up, Study Shows

A new report from the Data Collaborative for Justice on jail admissions and length of stay in Louisville, St. Louis, and Durham was cited.

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WPIX-TV Online • January 14, 2022

Queens mom vanishes New Year's night; Texas mother continues search for daughter

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on how police could trace the movements of a missing Queens mother.

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The Record & Herald News Online/NorthJersey.com • January 14, 2022

Woodland Park says it's made a change that makes cops happier and saves money. Here's how

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney explained why 12-hour shifts are more beneficial for police officers than 10-hour and eight-hour shifts.

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Tampa Bay Times Online • January 14, 2022

Roughly 1 in 8 prisoners is in Florida solitary confinement, according to advocates

John Molina, who serves as the mentoring and alumni coordinator at John Jay's Institute for Justice and Oppotunity, described his devastating experience in solitary confinement.

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Dallas Morning News Online • January 14, 2022

Dallas County DA John Creuzot gives himself high marks for first 2 years in office, but ignores 2021

Alissa Marque Heydari, deputy director for the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay, commented on the 40-page biennial report Dallas County DA John Creuzot published on the work his office did during his first 2 years in office.

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WSHU-AM Online • January 15, 2022

503 Long Islanders were rearrested for violent crimes since New York's bail reform - 31,741 were not

Michael Rempel, Director of John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice, discussed how pre-trial release affects rearrest rates.

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Asian Journal • January 15, 2022

Looking back at the Asian Journal's LifEASTyle stories of 2021 -

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

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New York Post • January 15, 2022

Woman killed in horror train station attack

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, commented on the rise in homeless and emotionally disturbed persons on the subway after Michelle Go was fatally pushed into the path of an incoming train by a mentally ill homeless man.

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