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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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KGO-AM • November 17, 2021

KGO-AM (Radio) (Part 1) & KGO-AM (Radio) (Part 2)

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason gave an in-depth interview about why the world economy is experiencing inflation and mass unemployment.

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WINS-AM • November 23, 2021

1010 WINS-AM

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson explained what the removal of controversial statues signifies.

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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert - CBS Television Network • November 25, 2021

Meanwhile... Thomas Jefferson Statue Removed From New York's City Hall

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson’s quote on the removal of the controversial Thomas Jefferson statue in front City Hall in New York City was mentioned in a segment on The Late Show (at 1:50).

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WNPR-FM • November 27, 2021

Radio clip from Connecticut Public Radio (WNPR) at 2021-11-27 23:05:10.000

Associate Professor Benjamin Lapidus gave an in-depth interview on his book "New York and the International Sound of Music, 1940-1990" on the history of Spanish Caribbean and jazz music emerging from New York City.

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WXTV-TV • November 30, 2021

Noticias Univisión 41---A las Seis

Adjunct Professor of Economics Jose Torres explained the effect of the Omicron COVID-19 variant on the economy.

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GothamGazette.com • December 4, 2021

Mayor-Elect Adams Announces Hundreds of Transition Committee Members

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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Asahi Shimbun Online • November 16, 2021

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John Jay alumnus Tomomi Yamazaki was a featured speaker at a Japanese webinar for financial institutions on online customer identity verification.

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Bloomberg Law • November 16, 2021

New York's Gun Law and the Supreme Court--What Is There to Fear?

Professor Candace McCoy of John Jay and the Graduate Center wrote an op-ed on why the U.S. Supreme Court should not rely on originalist arguments when they decide on a case challenging New York's gun licensing law as a violation of the U.S. Constitution's Second Amendment.

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Washington Post - Opinions • November 16, 2021

Inflation is bad. But mass unemployment would have been worse.

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason co-wrote an article about inflation in the US economy today.

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John Jay College • November 17, 2021

Professor Kimora Reflects with Two Authors about the Attica Uprising

Professor Kimora hosted a Zoom book talk between Deanne Quinn Miller and Gary Craig, the main author and the secondary author of the book entitled "The Prison Guard's Daughter: My Journey Through the Ashes of Attica."

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Center for American Progress • November 17, 2021

American Rescue Plan Could Help Prevent State Public Higher Education Cuts

John Jay College was one of many public higher education institutions that suffered faculty cutbacks during the pandemic.

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The Columbus Dispatch • November 18, 2021

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Education a good first step in fight vs. violence; Decker

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The National Network for Safe Communities has partnered with the City of Columbus to curb gang violence. David Kennedy, the Director of the NNSC, will lead efforts to implement the Group Violence Intervention strategy there.

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South Florida Times • November 18, 2021

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New officers: Miami-Dade Black Affairs

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John Jay alumnus Edgar Wright was selected as an officer of the Miami-Dade County Black Affairs Advisory Board (BAAB).

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CNHI News • November 18, 2021

Deadlocked jury brings mistrial in murder case

In the murder trial of Tywaine Perry, Professor of Psychology Margaret Bull Kovera testified for the defense about witness identification procedures.

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Queens Daily Eagle • November 18, 2021

Former Meeks challenger launches bid to unseat Assembly member Weprin

John Jay alumnus Shaniyat Chowdhury is challenging longtime State Assemblymember David Weprin in his bid to represent Queens Assembly District 24.

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Associated Press Online • November 18, 2021

The Eighth Annual Social Mobility Index (SMI) Highlights Schools Fighting Against Growing Economic Disparity as Covid-19 Blocks Many Low-Income Students from Pursuing College

John Jay College ranks in the top 20 schools for social mobility in 2021. The CollegeNet Social Mobility Index ranks four-year U.S. colleges and universities according to how effectively they enroll students from low-income backgrounds and graduate them into good-paying jobs.

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USA Today Online • November 18, 2021

'Painful to watch': Massachusetts cop on leave after kneeling on student's neck during arrest

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on a video of a Massachusetts school police officer kneeling on a student's neck during an arrest.

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CNN Online • November 18, 2021

Police killing of Colorado 'hero' illustrates issues cops face in regulating concealed guns

Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Public Management Department, explained the controversy and dangers surrounding the permitless carry law, which allows people to carry a handgun in public without a license or permit.

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The Chief • November 19, 2021

DOC's Antisocial Jails

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro wrote a letter to the editor criticizing Mayor Bill de Blasio and Correction Commissioner Vincent Schiraldi for mismanaging the Rikers Island jails.

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NECN/New England Cable News Online • November 19, 2021

Pa. Teen Had Hands Up While Holding Pellet Gun When Fatally Shot by Police, Video Shows

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maki Haberfeld analyzed and commented on footage of a fatal police encounter with an armed-mentally ill individual.

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NBC News • November 19, 2021

Christian Hall, 19, had his hands up when police fatally shot him, videos show

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maki Haberfeld analyzed and commented on footage of a fatal police encounter with an armed-mentally ill individual.

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NBC News • November 19, 2021

How Wisconsin's self-defense law ensured Kyle Rittenhouse's acquittal

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, discussed why Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges in the shooting of three men during protests last year in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

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Asbury Park Press • November 20, 2021

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Crime reports may not stop tourists from visiting NYC; Statistics show last year's spike in murders has largely leveled off

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Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed which types of crimes are on the rise in NYC and how the public perceives this. Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on whether this will dissuade tourists from visiting the city.

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Timeshudsonvalley • November 20, 2021

Troubled city seeks help to reduce gun violence

The National Network for Safe Communities has partnered with the city of Newburgh to curb gun violence.

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Televize Seznam • November 20, 2021

Masakr u Vukovaru. Démoni jsou i v nás, říká český vyšetřovatel

Adjunct Lecturer Vladimír Dzuro was profiled for his investigative work on the Vukovar massacre.

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Atlanta Journal-Constitution Online • November 20, 2021

Opinion: It's time to change how we prosecute drug crimes

Alissa Marque Heydari, a former prosecutor in the Manhattan District Attorney's Office and deputy director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, co-wrote an op-ed on alternative ways elected prosecutors can tackle drug crimes.

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CNN International Online • November 21, 2021

How Friendsgiving found its place in the holiday season

Professor of Sociology Amy Adamczyk explained how delays in marriage, childbirth and changing economics have contributed to the rise of the Friendsgiving holiday.

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The Courier-Journal • November 22, 2021

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Trying a different approach; City to spend millions to stop gun violence before it starts

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Jeffrey Butts, director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, is evaluating two crime reduction initiatives at the behest of New York City. He explained why it is difficult to determine if these programs are responsible for improvements in public safety.

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The Salt Lake Tribune • November 22, 2021

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Is the fear factor overblown in police shootings?

Professor Emerita Delores Jones-Brown commented on data from Utah which shows that despite a low minority population, Black and brown minorities are disproportionately impacted by police shootings.

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Diverse: Issues in Higher Education Online • November 22, 2021

Study: How NYC Legislation Addresses Gender Equity

Dr. Maria D'Agostino and Dr. Nicole M. Elias, professors of public administration at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, co-authored “Advancing Gender Equity through Legislation: A Compilation of Laws passed from 2014 – 2020,” on how the pandemic exposed and worsened many inequities for women, transgender, and non-binary people, including in academia.

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The New American Online • November 22, 2021

Internal Survey: More Than Half of NYPD Officers Wish They'd Never Joined

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on a survey of NYPD officers showing a negative perception of the profession and strained relationship with the public.

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The Christian Science Monitor Daily • November 22, 2021

'Refund' the police? With crime high, debate rises in Maryland.

Professor Peter Moskos discussed police funding in Maryland, after Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced $150 million to “refund the police.”

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New York Post Online • November 22, 2021

Survey says more than half NYPD wishes they never joined the force

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on a survey of NYPD officers showing a negative perception of the profession and strained relationship with the public.

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The Star-Ledger • November 23, 2021

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Diversity data unavailable from many N.J. police forces

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Professor Emerita Delores Jones-Brown explained how data on police departments factors into police accountability and reform.

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News12 Connecticut • November 23, 2021

Attorney: Brian Laundrie died by gunshot wound, manner of death was suicide

Professor Emeritus Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed how forensic investigators can find clues to Gabby Petito's death.

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Crime Report • November 23, 2021

Why Prosecutor 'Do Not Call' Lists Help Curb Police Misconduct

Alissa Marque Heydari, a former prosecutor in the Manhattan District Attorney's Office and deputy director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, wrote an article about Baltimore City and Prince George's County's release of their “Do Not Call” lists, which contain information about police officers whom prosecutors will no longer call to testify because they believe the officers are not credible witnesses.

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New York Post Online • November 23, 2021

Thomas Jefferson statue removed from City Hall after 187 years

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson, author of the forthcoming book “Smashing Statues: The Rise and Fall of America's Public Monuments" explained the controversy behind the removal of Thomas Jefferson statue.

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The Ithaca Journal • November 24, 2021

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NY marijuana arrests fall rapidly as state changes drug laws

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A study from the Data Collaborative for Justice was cited on misdemeanor marijuana arrests from 2017-2020.

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The Columbus Dispatch • November 24, 2021

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City sets 2nd straight homicide record; Monday death makes '21 deadliest year in history ; Monday death makes '21 deadliest year in history Homicides

A study done by the National Network for Safe Communities at the John Jay College for Criminal Justice in New York City on gang violence and homicides was cited.

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Queens Jewish Link • November 24, 2021

QJCC Taps Mayer Waxman As New Executive Director

John Jay alumnus Mayer Waxman was appointed Executive Director of the Queens Jewish Community Council.

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NewsNation • November 24, 2021

Banfield

Professor Emeritus Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed how forensic investigators concluded Brian Laundrie's death was from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

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CUNY TV • November 24, 2021

Rikers Island: Where Do We Go From Here?

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro gave an in-depth interview about the crisis at Rikers Island and how to reform the jail system in NYC.

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RealClearPolicy • November 24, 2021

Republican Legislators Propose Marijuana Legalization at the Federal Level

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, wrote an article about the federal and state policies on marijuana and called for the decriminalization of marijuana.

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TIME • November 24, 2021

How the Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Verdict Could Devastate the Work of Black Lives Matter Activists

Professor Emerita Delores Jones-Brown explained why the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse is a win for white supremacy.

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Streetsblog • November 24, 2021

ANALYSIS: Missing Parking Tickets Raise New Questions About NYPD Handling of 311 Complaints

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed how the NYPD handles officers who falsify 311 reports.

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Times Union Online • November 24, 2021

7 gunfire incidents in 7 days in Newburgh spark calls for action

The National Network for Safe Communities has partnered with the city of Newburgh to curb gun violence.

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New Republic Online • November 24, 2021

To Deal With Inflation, Get Off of Fossil Fuels

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason debunked the myth that climate policies are driving inflation.

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Star Tribune Online • November 24, 2021

Aaron Schaffhausen, who killed his 3 daughters, faces extra prison risks

Professor Emeritus Martin Horn explained how incarcerated individuals create a hierarchy among themselves based on the type of crimes committed.

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NBC News • November 24, 2021

Role of social media being investigated in swarming business thefts in California

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a former NYPD detective, explained how criminals used social media to coordinate lawlessness.

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NBC News • November 24, 2021

Emergency managers in the U.S. are overwhelmingly white men. Susamma Seeley wants to change that.

John Jay alumna Susamma Seeley was profiled for the challenges she faced as one of the only woman of color in the field of emergency management.

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The New York Times Online • November 24, 2021

The Inflation Miscalculation Complicating Biden's Agenda

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason commented on inflation in the US economy today.

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Bellmore Herald • November 25, 2021

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I didn't have a disability. Our institutions do.; HELP SUPPORT LOCAL JOURNALISM

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Adjunct Lecturer Cristina Arroyo Rodriguez wrote an op-ed about the institutional challenges people with disabilities face.

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Diverse: Issues in Higher Education • November 25, 2021

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grants & gifts

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A $4.77 million grant from The U.S. Department of Education will help City University of New York community college students in STEM fields successfully transition to and graduate from John Jay College.

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The Patriot Post • November 25, 2021

WaPo Roasted After Tweeting 'Waukesha Tragedy Caused By An SUV' | The Daily Wire

Professor Peter Moskos questioned why the Washington Post and the New York Times refused to print the race of the man responsible for the Waukesha Christmas Parade massacre.

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The New York Times Online • November 25, 2021

Enslaved to a Founding Father, She Sought Freedom in France

This story documents the life of Abigail, an enslaved woman brought from the United States to Paris by founding father John Jay, where she died after a failed attempt to win her liberty. Records from the New York Slavery Records Index, co-created by Professors Ned Benton and Judy-Lynne Peters, detail the extent of John Jay and his family's involvement in slavery.

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The News Herald • November 26, 2021

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Former NYPD cops heralded by DeSantis have troubled past

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John Jay alumnus and former NYPD officer Jamie Smith was one of a dozen police officers lauded by Gov. Ron DeSantis for moving to central Florida from New York City.

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The News & Observer Online • November 26, 2021

Durham couple say officers used excessive force in arrest. Police reviewing incident

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD supervisor Keith Taylor explained why it is difficult to determine when excessive force is used.

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New York Post Online • November 26, 2021

Only 27% of Rikers staff have completed suicide prevention trainings

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro explained why the low rate of correctional officers who have completed the required suicide prevention refresher courses is especially problematic in a jail environment.

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The New York Times Online • November 26, 2021

After Meeting With Victim, Former Missouri Officer Is Cleared of Assault

Alissa Marque Heydari, a former prosecutor in the Manhattan District Attorney's Office and deputy director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, emphasized how restorative justice programs differ from traditional prosecution for victims of crime.

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The Blue Magazine • November 27, 2021

NOT ON MY WATCH: Deterring Crime & Keeping the Peace

Professor Peter Moskos’ opinion on how academics view the public was cited in an article about community policing.

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Wired Online • November 27, 2021

Playing Games Has Helped Humans Learn-and Survive

Using cats as an example, Biology Professor Nathan Lents explained how playing games helps our evolutionary survival by serving as practice for real world dangers.

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The New York Times Online • November 27, 2021

More Than $1 Million Raised to Help Missouri Man Exonerated After 43 Years

Ann Jacobs, Executive Director of John Jay College's Institute for Justice and Opportunity, discussed the factors that affect the re-entry of formerly incarcerated individuals into society.

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St. Paul Pioneer Press • November 28, 2021

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St. Paul police credit jiu-jitsu training for reducing injuries - and excessive force settlements

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Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maki Haberfeld emphasized the importance of recruiting emotionally mature police officers.

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The New York Times Online • November 28, 2021

The Woman on the Bridge

Rachel Teicher, Director of the Intimate Partner Violence Intervention program at the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay College, explained why domestic violence cases are especially challenging for perpetrators and survivors.

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Rebelión • November 29, 2021

Covid, discapacidad y vuelta a la normalidad

John Jay economics student Ari Parra co-wrote an article on the structural failures that contributed to the deaths of many people with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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NewsNation • November 29, 2021

Blue Bloods

John Jay College was the setting during an episode of "Blue Bloods."

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Census einnews • November 29, 2021

Dora Jenkins Founds her first Laundromat; Hopes to Bring More Community Service to Her Neighborhood

John Jay student Dora Jenkins was profiled for founding Sandra's Laundromat in Brooklyn, New York.

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spectrumnews1.com • November 29, 2021

Ghislaine Maxwell sex trafficking trial begins in New York

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, discussed why attorneys for Ghislaine Maxwell pointed to the death of Jeffrey Epstein in her defense.

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The Christian Science Monitor Daily • November 29, 2021

What if we all learned to think in paragraphs?

Jonathan Jacobs, Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Institute of Criminal Justice Ethics at John Jay College, discussed why he teaches students to think in paragraphs.

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The New York Times Online • November 29, 2021

Murders Increased During the Pandemic. Did They Also Get Harder to Solve?

Professor Peter Moskos explained how the increase in shooting affects clearance rates.

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Sacred Heart Radio • November 30, 2021

Driving Home the Faith 2021.11.30

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

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American Conservative • November 30, 2021

The Return of the Postmodern Pedophile - The American Conservative

John Jay alumnus Allyn Walker's book, A Long Dark Shadow: Minor-Attracted People and Their Pursuit of Dignity is scrutinized.

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Realscreen Online • November 30, 2021

Realscreen's Pathways Mentorship program names participants for 2022

John Jay alumna Deandra Simon was chosen as a mentee for the 2022 Realscreen Pathways Mentorship Program.

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The 74 • November 30, 2021

Analysis: The Parents' Rights Movement May Seem Tailor-Made for Republican Politics. But Homeschoolers Show That Might Not Be the Case

Professor Heath Brown wrote an article about why, based on the example of the homeschooling movement, Republicans do not have the unconditional support of the parents' rights movement.

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POLITICO Online • November 30, 2021

'The criminal legal system is at an inflection point'

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell discussed how the pressure on prosecutors from activists has transformed criminal legal system proceedings.

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Authority Magazine • November 30, 2021

Rising Star Jozanne Marie On the Five Things You Need To Shine In The Entertainment Industry

Acclaimed actress and former John Jay student Jozanne Marie was profiled in Authority magazine where she discussed how Adjunct Professor and Off-Broadway director, Wilfredo Medina helped her acting career.

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The New York Times Online • November 30, 2021

Ending a Tale of Two Power Grids

A New York Daily News opinion piece by Professor and Interim Chief Librarian Jeffrey Kroessler was cited in an article about the controversial statue of Theodore Roosevelt in front of the entrance to the American Museum of Natural History.

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