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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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WNBC-TV • November 3, 2021

News 4 New York at 4:30

Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Public Management Department, commented on news the Supreme Court is evaluating whether or not New York's strict gun laws violates the Second Amendment.

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WCAU-TV • November 3, 2021

TV clip from WCAU-PHI at 2021-11-03 17:43:20.000

Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Public Management Department, commented on news the Supreme Court is evaluating whether or not New York's strict gun laws violates the Second Amendment.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • November 3, 2021

Crime Time (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor discussed how the Kenosha Police Department should have handled the Black Lives Matter protests.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • November 3, 2021

Crime Time (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on law enforcement's use of armored military vehicles.

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WLKY-TV • November 4, 2021

WLKY News at Noon

Paul Smith, Director of Reconciliation at the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay College, answered questions about the progress towards implementing the Group Violence Intervention program in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Cheddar Business • November 5, 2021

None of the Above with J.D. Durkin

Associate Professor of Economics Michelle Holder, president and CEO of the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, explained why the October unemployment rate has not improved for Black workers.

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WINS-AM • November 10, 2021

1010 WINS-AM

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, explained how transcripts from the investigation into Governor Cuomo on charges of sexual harassment could be used in court.

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Spectrum News NY1 • November 10, 2021

Inside City Hall (Part 1)

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed the Attorney General Letitia James' release of the transcripts on Governor Cuomo's sexual harassment investigation and how it affects the race for governor.

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Spectrum News NY1 • November 10, 2021

Inside City Hall (Part 2)

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang commented on Mayor-Elect Eric Adams' comment about traveling the world during his mayoralty and the mayoral race in Buffalo.

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WANE-TV • November 11, 2021

NewsChannel 15 First News This Morning

Emma Fischer has signed on to play soccer at John Jay College.

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WPTA-TV • November 11, 2021

ABC21 Morning News

Emma Fischer has signed on to play soccer at John Jay College.

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WNYW-TV • November 11, 2021

THE 5 O'CLOCK NEWS

John Jay alumnus and Mayor-Elect Eric Adams clashed with Black Lives Matter activists who threatened violence if he reinstates the NYPD's anti-crime plainclothes unit as Mayor. Former NYPD police trainer and Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar explained why this unit is necessary.

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WXTV-TV • November 11, 2021

Noticias Univisión 41---A las Seis

John Jay student and veteran Javier Garcia Riancho discussed his experience in the armed services in a Veterans Day segment for Univision.

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KCBA-TV • November 12, 2021

KCBA Evening News at 5

Associate Professor Eric Piza explained how police and communities can improve homicide clearance rates.

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WNJU-TV • November 12, 2021

Noticiero Telemundo 47

Professor and former NYPD lieutenant Ralph Cilento explained how women can protect themselves as the NYPD investigate a sexual assault that occurred in Central Park.

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KTVU-TV • November 12, 2021

The Ten O'Clock News on KTVU Fox 2

Associate Professor Eric Piza explained how police and communities can improve homicide clearance rates.

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WNYW-TV • November 12, 2021

Street Soldiers

Adjunct Professor and former NYPD lieutenant Ralph Cilento discussed the AstroWorld Festival tragedy and how law enforcement coordinates these large scale events.

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WCBS-AM • November 13, 2021

880 WCBS-NY (Radio)

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone criticized NYC and NYS political leadership on criminal justice reform after a man sexually assaulted a woman right after he was released from prison for a rape conviction.

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The New York Review of Books Online • October 28, 2021

A Garden City in Queens

John Jay librarian and historian Jeffrey Kroessler's new book “Sunnyside Gardens: Planning and Preservation in a Historic Garden Suburb” was reviewed in the New York Review of Books.

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Vanity Fair • November 1, 2021

Former Special Agent Reviews Interrogations From Movies & TV | Vanity Fair

John Jay Visiting Scholar Mark Fallon (Project Aletheia), an interrogation expert and former NCIS special agent, reviewed interrogation scenes from films and television including 'Knives Out,' 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine,' 'The Dark Knight,' 'The Wire,' 'Watchmen,' 'Basic Instinct,' 'When They See Us' and 'Breaking Bad.'

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The Guardian • November 1, 2021

Why accounts of Philadelphia train passengers not intervening in a rape spread

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic explained bystander intervention and why what was said initially about the Philadelphia SEPTA train rape incident was an aberration.

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Islamic Horizons • November 1, 2021

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Muslims on the Force

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John Jay alumna Falasteen Srour was appointed NYPD captain in the Bronx County Police Command, making her the first Arab-American woman to be appointed to this rank.

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TBR News Media • November 1, 2021

TIME TO SHOP! Women's EXPO returns to Middle Country Public Library Nov. 5

John Jay graduate student Diana McDonough was profiled as an exhibitor at Middle Country Public Library's Women's EXPO, which celebrates women entrepreneurs.

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Strategic Finance Online • November 1, 2021

Whistleblowing Laws Evolve - Strategic Finance

Adjunct Lecturer Patrice Schiano co-wrote an article about whistleblowers.

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Queens Chronicle - Central Edition - Online • November 1, 2021

NYPD vax rates up by 1% after deadline

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed vaccine mandates for law enforcement and how low vaccinatation rates among officers affects communities.

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PR Newswire - Online • November 1, 2021

National Press Club awards Isidoro Rodriguez the 2021 Shirley & Dennis Feldman Fellowship

John Jay alumnus and Deputy editor of The Crime Report Isidoro Rodriguez was awarded the 2021 Shirley & Dennis Feldman Fellowship for his published stories about criminal justice and police abuse of people of color.

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MarketWatch • November 1, 2021

Paid leave is out, universal pre-K is in. What women - especially women of color - have at stake in the pandemic recovery

Associate Professor of Economics Michelle Holder, president and CEO of the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, discussed the issues that are crucial for women's economic recovery from the pandemic, particularly women of color and low-wage workers.

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The Murder Sheet • November 2, 2021

The Other Long Island Serial Killer Part Three: A Conversation with John Jay College of Criminal Justice Professor Robert McCrie

Professor Robert McCrie gave an in-depth interview about Francis Henry Bloeth, a Long Island serial killer.

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CUNY • November 2, 2021

Among Hispanic-Serving Institutions, CUNY colleges produce most Fulbrights

The U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs has named John Jay College a Fulbright Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) Leader.

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Marketplace Online - American Public Media • November 2, 2021

Police unions push back on vaccine mandates

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained why there is vaccine hesitancy among law enforcement officers.

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China Daily (U.S. Edition) • November 3, 2021

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Eric Adams to become second black mayor of New York City

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John Jay alumnus and NYC Mayor-Elect Eric Adams was profiled.

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University of Arkansas Daily Headlines • November 3, 2021

'Dot Coms to Pipe Bombs': Terrorism Research Center Studying Offline and Online Extremism

John Jay College partnered with researchers at Michigan State University and the University of Arkansas to study online radicalization and domestic violent extremism in the United States.

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The Jewish Voice • November 3, 2021

Crisis at Rikers Island Grows; Sexual Assault Reports Continue to Pour In

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro discussed a number of factors contributing to the rise in sexual assaults against correction officers at Rikers Island jail.

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Harvard University Gazette • November 3, 2021

'What drew me to the Navy, was the ability to move all around the world.' - Harvard Law Today

John Jay alumnus Navy Lieutenant Commander Shawn Brennan was profiled for his academic and professional journey.

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WCBS-TV Online • November 3, 2021

Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Major New York Gun Rights Case

Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Public Management Department, discussed how state laws on gun access in the last two decades have affected gun violence.

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The Hill Online • November 3, 2021

FDNY 'sickout' intensifies drama over vaccine mandate

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed the likelihood of public employees outside of NY staging sickouts in protest of the vaccine requirements.

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VICE • November 3, 2021

The Great Cop Vax Mandate Apocalypse That Never Happened

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained the pushback against vaccine mandates from law enforcement.

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Newsday • November 4, 2021

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Homicides, shootings down; NYPD unveils Oct. data; major crimes still up

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Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the rise in grand larcenies and decline in burglaries in NYC as compared to a year ago.

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Security Sales & Integration Online • November 4, 2021

SecurityCEU.com Partners With Jeff Zwirn for Online Alarm Course

Professor Robert McCrie is one of several nationally recognized experts who peer-reviewed the Alarm Science Manual, an authoritative treatise that is part of the New York City Police Department's training curriculum.

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Crime Report • November 4, 2021

Is It Time to Rethink the 'American Way of Punishment'?

Jeremy Travis, former president of John Jay College and director of the National Institute of Justice, explained how America's carceral state reflects our attitudes towards crime and punishment.

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Patch • November 4, 2021

Queensborough And John Jay Colleges Partner To Extend Hispanic STEM Education

The U.S. Department of Education awarded John Jay College $4.77 million over five years to strengthen a pipeline program which will help Borough of Manhattan Community College and Queensborough Community students in their journeys toward graduation from John Jay and to careers in STEM.

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Press & Sun-Bulletin • November 5, 2021

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New details in case against Cornwell

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Jonathan Jacobs, Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Institute of Criminal Justice Ethics at John Jay College, reviewed and spoke about the various ethical issues potentially connected to the indictments against Steve Cornwell, the former Broome County District Attorney who was charged with public corruption and larceny.

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reseauinternational.net • November 5, 2021

Armée américaine : résistance à l'obligation vaccinale décrétée par Biden

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maria “Maki” Haberfeld explained how President Biden's vaccine mandates can lead to an increase in the crime rate.

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Crime Report • November 5, 2021

Criminal Justice Reform 'Will Save Democracy':  Krasner

Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner discussed how his victory and the re-election of other progressive prosecutors signify a shift toward ending mass incarceration at a webinar organized by the Center on Media, Crime and Justice at John Jay College.

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KHBS-TV Online • November 5, 2021

UA receives money to study domestic terrorism, radicalization

John Jay College partnered with researchers at Michigan State University and the University of Arkansas to study online radicalization and domestic violent extremism in the United States.

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New York Post Online • November 6, 2021

Astroworld mayhem recalls past concert tragedies as probe into Travis Scott show opens

Associate Professor Glenn Corbett explained the crowd conditions that led to the tragic deaths at the Astroworld Festival.

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New York Post Online • November 7, 2021

Here's the slew of crises Bill de Blasio is leaving behind for Eric Adams

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maria “Maki” Haberfeld and Associate Professor Chris Herrmann detailed the number of policing challenges Mayor-Elect Eric Adams will face when he takes office.

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The Philadelphia Inquirer • November 8, 2021

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Ex-police chief's 2nd trial to open; Frank M. Nucera Jr., who headed Bordentown Twp.'s squad, faces charges on which ajury was deadlocked.

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Associate Professor Frank Pezzella commented on the hate crime charges against former South Jersey police chief Frank Nucera.

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The Trace • November 8, 2021

There Are Only Two City-Funded Violence Prevention Sites Tackling Surging Violence in Upper Manhattan

Sheyla Delgado, deputy director of analytics for the John Jay College of Criminal Justice Research and Evaluation Center, discussed the effectiveness of violence interrupter programs in New York City.

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Associated Press Online • November 8, 2021

Graphic photos of Ahmaud Arbery's wounds shown to jury

Adjunct Assistant Professor Dr. Keith Taylor explained how the police respond to calls involving a gunshot-wound victim.

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ABC News • November 9, 2021

No badge and no protection: Lessons from a Chicago 'violence interrupter'

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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Brown Political Review • November 9, 2021

Law and the Fight for Liberation: An Interview with Gloria Browne-Marshall

Professor of Constitutional and civil rights attorney Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall gave an in-depth interview about her plays, her book "She Took Justice," the Thirteenth Amendment, prosecutorial reform and using the law as a tool for liberation.

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WBTS-TV Online • November 9, 2021

The Psychology of the Deadly Crowd Surge at Astroworld

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained the crowd conditions that led to the tragic deaths at the Astroworld Festival.

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Black Enterprise Magazine Online • November 9, 2021

Joblessness Disparity Ongoing For Women And Black Americans But Improves For The Nation

Associate Professor of Economics Michelle Holder, president and CEO of the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, explained why the unemployment rate has not improved for women, particularly Black women.

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ABC News Online • November 9, 2021

Lessons from a 'violence interrupter' as shootings continue to ravage Chicago

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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The Kansas City Star • November 10, 2021

What is Cure Violence and How Effective has it Been at Reducing Gun Violence?

John Jay's Research and Evalution Center evaluated the effectiveness of two Cure Violence program sites in New York City in reducing gun violence.

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Asheville Citizen-Times Online • November 10, 2021

Can co-ops be a solution for better working conditions?

Professor of Community Justice and Social Economic Development Jessica Gordon Nembhard discussed the history of Black cooperative enterprises.

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Aleteia • November 10, 2021

The parenting style that best predicts whether your kids will practice their faith as adults

Professor of Sociology Amy Adamczyk's book “Handing Down the Faith: How Parents Pass Their Religion on to the Next Generation” was heavily cited in an article on the parental influence on children's religious decisions.

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Inside Higher Ed • November 10, 2021

Don't Blame the Technology

Judith Altschuler Cahn, Director of online education and support at John Jay College, co-wrote an article calling for the inclusion of online instructional methods and the study of teaching and learning in doctoral programs.

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The Raw Story • November 10, 2021

With cops down and shootings up, Minneapolis residents frustrated by police inaction

Adjunct Professor of clinical psychology Thomas Coghlan explained how police unions reacted to anti-police sentiment following the murder of George Floyd.

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The New York Times Online • November 10, 2021

A Black Man Killed by a White Mob in 1898 Finally Receives a Funeral

Adjunct Professor Gwendolyn Alexis, 65, is the great-granddaughter of Joshua Halsey, a Black laborer and father of four girls, who was shot 14 times by a white mob in 1898.

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The Markup • November 11, 2021

Dozens of Uber and Lyft Drivers Are Victims of Reported Carjackings in Minneapolis

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann discussed the rise in auto-theft and car jackings across the country.

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News-Times Online • November 11, 2021

They were enslaved but fought for a new America: Stories of Revolutionary War veterans revealed

Professor of Public Management Ned Benton gave an in-depth interview about the history of enslaved African Americans who fought in the Revolutionary War and his work on the Northeast Slavery Records Index.

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USA Today Online • November 11, 2021

Astroworld Festival tragedy spotlights best practices in crowd management

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins wrote an op-ed on best practices in crowd management after the Astroworld Festival tragedy.

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The Oregonian • November 12, 2021

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Portland has fewer cops than at any point in past 30 years

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Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maki Haberfeld commented on how an anti-police climate has affected staffing in police departments nationwide.

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WJBO Newsradio 1150 AM & 98.7 FM • November 12, 2021

BLM Leader Vows "Riots, Bloodshed" If NYC's Mayor-Elect Restores NYPD's Anti-Crime Unit

John Jay alumnus and Mayor-Elect Eric Adams clashed with Black Lives Matter activists who threatened violence if he reinstates the NYPD's anti-crime plain clothes unit as Mayor. Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, explained why this unit is necessary.

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Latino Rebels • November 12, 2021

Understanding Sponsorship Challenges for Unaccompanied Migrant Children

John Jay graduate student Vanessa Diez wrote an article about the problems unaccompanied, undocumented minors face in the United States.

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Queens Chronicle - Central Edition - Online • November 12, 2021

DA drops 60 cases tied to tainted cops

Former NYPD Detective Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz overturning 60 convictions that were secured by the testimony of tainted detectives.

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Spectrum News 13 Online • November 12, 2021

Activists say the U.S. must halt solitary confinement

Dr. Baz Dreisinger, executive director of the Incarceration Nations Network, explained how the U.S. expanded the practice of punishment through confinement to other countries.

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WCBS-TV Online • November 13, 2021

Convicted Sex Offender Howard Shaw Charged With Attempted Rape After Allegedly Attacking Jogger On Second Day Of Parole

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone criticized NYC and NYS political leadership on criminal justice laws after a man sexually assaulted a woman right after he was released from prison for a rape conviction.

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St. Louis Post-Dispatch Online • November 13, 2021

How rare are the suspected St. Louis, Kansas 'serial' killings? Experts weigh in

Psychology Professor Louis Schlesinger debunked several misconceptions about serial killers.

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New York Daily News Online • November 13, 2021

How prosecutors can lead on drug justice

"A New Approach: A Prosecutors Guide to Advancing a Public Health Response to Drug Use,” a new toolkit produced by the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay College was cited in an article about the criminal legal system's traditional approach to drug cases.

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Entorno Inteligente • November 14, 2021

T&T facing different terror threat

John Jay alumna Renee Cummings explained how artificial intelligence can be used to amplify terrorist attacks.

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Philadelphia Inquirer Online • November 14, 2021

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Hate-crime retrial opens for former N.J. police chief

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Associate Professor Frank Pezzella commented on the defense's move to strike three Black potential jurors in the hate crime trial against former South Jersey police chief Frank Nucera.

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INSIDER • November 14, 2021

People receiving Astroworld refunds could be waiving their right to sue the organizers, legal expert says

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, an adjunct constitutional law professor at John Jay, explained Live Nation's terms of use which offer Astroworld attendees a refund in exchange for waiving their right to file a lawsuit.

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105.9 Kiss FM • November 15, 2021

Astroworld Attendees Accepting Refund Could Be Waiving Right To Sue

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, an adjunct constitutional law professor at John Jay, explained Live Nation's terms of use which offer Astroworld attendees a refund in exchange for waiving their right to file a lawsuit.

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Hypebeast Online • November 15, 2021

Astroworld Festival Attendees Could Waive Right to Sue If They Accept Refunds

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, an adjunct constitutional law professor at John Jay, explained Live Nation's terms of use which offer Astroworld attendees a refund in exchange for waiving their right to file a lawsuit.

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Washington Post - Opinions • November 15, 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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