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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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News 12 Long Island • October 1, 2021

News 12 Long Island

Professor and former NYPD lieutenant Ralph Cilento commented on the investigation into Brian Laundrie for the disappearance of Gabby Petito and into his parents as possibly being involved in Laundrie's subsequent disappearance.

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FOX News Channel • October 3, 2021

This 'Man of Steel' leads to the theft of NYC's record-breaking shops with 46 arrests

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the rise in organized shoplifting.

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WNYW-TV • October 3, 2021

The 10 O'Clock News

Professor and former NYPD lieutenant Ralph Cilento explained how ghost guns are built.

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WXTV-TV • October 4, 2021

Noticias Univisiσn 41---A las Seis

Adjunct Professor Felipe Rodriguez explained how criminals circumvent NYC gun laws with ghost guns.

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KMET-AM • October 6, 2021

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John Jay alumnus Dr. Richard Walker Jr. gave an in-depth interview about his new book "Black Health Matters: The Vital Facts You Must Know to Protect Your Health and Those of Your Loved Ones."

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WPIX-TV • October 6, 2021

PIX11 News at 5 with Tamsen Fadal and Kori Chambers

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor commented on the delay in arresting Edward Matthews for harassing African American homeowners in Mount Laurel New Jersey.

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WNYW-TV • October 6, 2021

THE 5 O'CLOCK NEWS

Associate Professor of Police Science Chris Herrmann compared NYC crime statistics in 2020 and 2021.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • October 6, 2021

Crime Time (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on the Houston police's use of force after a deputy was run over by a suspect. He also explained how police investigate missing persons.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • October 6, 2021

Crime Time (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor discussed the danger 3D printed guns pose to untrained users and how criminal organizations use them. He also discussed how police would track down a burglar who was caught covering surveillance cameras.

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PIX11 News at 5PM - WPIX-TV • October 8, 2021

Rediscovery of oldest African burial ground commemorated in Lower Manhattan

John Jay Associate Professor of Music Ben Lapidus performed at the 30th anniversary commemoration of the discovery of over 15,000 free and enslaved Africans buried in Lower Manhattan.

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NewsNation • October 8, 2021

Banfield (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor Alfred Titus, a former NYPD homicide detective and hostage negotiator, discussed the disappearance of a 24-year-old geologist into the Arizona desert.

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NewsNation • October 9, 2021

Banfield (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor Alfred Titus, a former NYPD homicide detective and hostage negotiator, discussed the police's strategy in the Gabby Petitio case, specifically when they invited Brian Laundrie's father to search a swamp three weeks after he was reported missing.

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CNN • October 12, 2021

Anderson Cooper 360

Professor Emeritus of Forensic Science Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed the coroner's determination that Gabby Petito died of manual strangulation and how to determine if Brian Laundrie was responsible.

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WINS-AM • October 13, 2021

1010 WINS-AM

Professor Emeritus of Forensic Science Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed the coroner's determination that Gabby Petito died of manual strangulation and how to determine if Brian Laundrie was responsible.

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Spectrum News NY1 • October 13, 2021

Inside City Hall (Part 1)

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed the NYC mayoral race.

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Spectrum News NY1 • October 13, 2021

Inside City Hall (part 2)

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed the NY governor's race.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • October 13, 2021

Crime Time (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor explained how police would handle an incident where a DUI suspect drove into traffic.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • October 13, 2021

Crime Time (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on a situation where a suspect fatally shot an officer executing a warrant for his arrest.

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NewsNation • October 13, 2021

Banfield

Professor Emeritus of Forensic Science Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed the coroner's determination that Gabby Petito died of manual strangulation and how to determine if Brian Laundrie was responsible.

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WNET-TV • October 14, 2021

NJ Spotlight News with Briana Vannozzi

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, explained how safe communities are built and why our cultural responses to fear build a police state.

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CNN International • October 15, 2021

CNN Special Report

Professor Emeritus of Forensic Science Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed the coroner's determination that Gabby Petito cause of death was a homicide and why the timeline of her roadtrip is critical.

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WCBS-AM • October 20, 2021

WCBS-NY 880

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

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NewsNation • October 20, 2021

The Donlon Report

Professor Emeritus of Forensic Science Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed how long it will take for forensic investigators to identify Brian Laundrie's remains, his time of death, and his cause of death.

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Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books • October 1, 2021

The Politics of Ponzi Schemes: History, Theory, and Policy

Adjunct Assistant Professor Marie Springer's new book, “The Politics of Ponzi Schemes: History, Theory, and Policy,” the first representative portrait of Ponzi schemes, their perpetrators, and their victims, was reviewed by Colleen P. Eren, Associate Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice at William Paterson University.

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The Troubadour: Franciscan University - Steubenville • October 1, 2021

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New criminal justice program teaches students to combine justice with natural law

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Professor Emeritus Charles Nemeth discussed how the new bachelor of science program in criminal justice at Franciscan University of Steubenville will bring a Catholic perspective to policing.

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New York Post • October 1, 2021

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CITY IN CRISIS NYPD lacks 'customer service': DeB Cop scoffs, 'When did policing become walking into T-Mobile?'

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This article cited Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar's comments on the sale and use of narcotics in Manhattan's Garment District in 2020.

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PA Times • October 1, 2021

National Debt Ceiling-Is the Day of Fiscal Reckoning at Hand?

Adjunct Professor of Public Administration Stephen R. Rolandi wrote an article about the nation's national debt problem.

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The Canadian News • October 1, 2021

Gabby Petito case: Social networks and their influence on the finding of the blogger

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a former NYPD detective and coordinator of the NYPD's homicide investigator's course, explained how Petito's Instagram account helped the investigation into her disappearance.

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Bronx Chronicle • October 1, 2021

Jacqueline McMickens & Associates

John Jay alumna Jacqueline McMickens, founder of Jacqueline McMickens & Associates, PLLC, a full service law practice, was profiled in The Bronx Chronicle.

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CommPRO.biz • October 1, 2021

The Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie Case (VIDEO) -

Professor Emeritus of Forensic Science Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed the Gabby Petito case.

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Youth Today Online • October 1, 2021

Millions in seized money expanded Harlem youth hub's "credible messenger," anti-violence project - Youth Today

Professor Baz Dreisinger, founder of the Prison-to-College Pipeline at John Jay College, commented on a credible messenger program.

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The Chief • October 1, 2021

Mayor's Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro wrote a letter to the editor criticizing Mayor de Blasio's management of Rikers Island during his tenure as mayor.

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WFPL-FM - Online • October 1, 2021

Longtime Metro jail union leader has history of misconduct allegations – 89.3 WFPL News Louisville

Professor Emeritus Martin Horn discussed the extraordinary nature of Louisville's contract with correctional officers who run the Louisville Metro Department of Corrections.

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Times Union Online • October 1, 2021

Commentary: Clean slate bill will help economy and our communities

Adjunct Professor Jillian Snider co-wrote an op-ed on the benefits of the Clean Slate bill.

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Hudson Valley News12 • October 2, 2021

Trolley tour raises awareness about environmental racism in New Rochelle

Professor Blaze Jones-Yelling is conducting a trolley tour around New Rochelle to raise awareness about environmental racism.

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News 12 New Jersey Online • October 2, 2021

Does Brian Laundrie's family know about his whereabouts?

Professor and former NYPD lieutenant Ralph Cilento commented on the possible culpability of the Laundrie family in helping him escape authorities.

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The National Interest Online • October 2, 2021

The 'Parsley Massacre' Shows How Quickly a Genocide Can Unfold

Professor Edward Paulino relayed the history of when Rafael Leσnidas Trujillo Molina, the former president of the Dominican Republic, issued the order to massacre Haitians in 1937.

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New York Post Online • October 2, 2021

Too young to die: 21 kids killed in NYC street violence so far this year

Associate Professor of Police Science Chris Herrmann explained the number of factors that likely contributed to the increase in shootings and homicide.

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Newsday Online • October 3, 2021

COVID-19 is killing cops, but LI's largest police departments don't have vaccine mandates

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on vaccine hesitancy among police officers.

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New York Daily News Online • October 3, 2021

Getting CUNY on solid footing

James Davis, president of PSC-CUNY, the union of CUNY university faculty and staff, wrote an article about how new leadership in NY politics, including Mayor-elect Eric Adams, a John Jay alumnus, may signal a shift towards supporting public higher education.

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The New York Times Online • October 3, 2021

Officers Who Pledge Loyalty to Oath Keepers Should Be Fired, Mayor Says

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney explained why it may be difficult for police departments to identify what kind of conduct qualifies as a patrol-guide violation.

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Indoor Voices Podcast • October 4, 2021

Episode 64: Smashing Statues

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson spoke with Todd Fine, a PhD candidate in history at the CUNY Graduate Center, about her forthcoming book, "Smashing Statues: The Rise and Fall of America's Public Monuments."

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Westby Times • October 4, 2021

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Homicide clearance rate in Wisconsin ranks near top in nation

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Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Eric Piza explained the specific factors that improve homicide clearance rates.

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National Review • October 4, 2021

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Where Have All the Officers Gone?

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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 affects police recruitment.

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Jackson Heights Post • October 4, 2021

Queens Student Fights to Make Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha State Holidays

John Jay student Tanbir Chowdhury called on state legislators to sign onto to a bill to make the Muslim holidays — which celebrate the end of Ramadan — state holidays.

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University of Louisville Research • October 4, 2021

The Louisville Metro Department of Corrections is leveraging UofL's criminal justice research

A new report from the Data Collaborative for Justice was cited. 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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Albuquerque Journal Online • October 4, 2021

How can a mayor fight crime?

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney explained how a mayor can affect crime. Associate Professor Chris Herrmann explored the strides and limitations of a new study which examined crime rates among legal and undocumented immigrants in Texas.

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Live Well Nebraska • October 4, 2021

Omaha-area groups step up to help stressed health care workers

Professor of Psychology Kevin Nadal presented at the Facing PTSD Together Conference for mental health professionals.

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NJ.com • October 4, 2021

Inside the criminal life of the 83-year-old mob underboss from N.J. known as the 'Claw'

Former FBI special agent and Coordinator of John Jay's Fraud Examination and Financial Forensics Program David Shapiro explained why aging mobsters have a financial incentive to remain in organized crime families.

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Discovery+ • October 5, 2021

The Prison Breaker

John Jay Professor Jeff Mellow appears in episodes 2 and 3 of the Discovery+ series, "The Prison Breaker."

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ARTnews Online • October 5, 2021

The Pandora Papers and the Art World, Slovenian Art Museum Floods, and More: Morning Links for October 5, 2021

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson wrote an article about Hobby Lobby and of the Museum of the Bible's involvement with looted antiquities.

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Caracol Radio Online • October 5, 2021

ΏCσmo reconocer las formas de violencia y sus secuelas psicolσgicas?

John Jay alumna Irene Salas Menotti gave an in-depth interview about sexual violence and its consequences.

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NBC News • October 5, 2021

The game-changing secret weapon in the search for Gabby Petito

Assistant Professor of Public Policy Adam Wandt, who teaches digital forensics and cybersecurity at John Jay, wrote an article on how widespread citizen engagement on social media platforms could be the secret weapon in solving missing persons' cases.

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The Chronicle of the Horse Online • October 6, 2021

An Inferior White Board

Professor Allison Kavey wrote "A Day In The Life" chronicling her experiences as a professor, dog, and horse owner.

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ArcaMax • October 6, 2021

Gun violence, assaults in Raleigh are up this year. What's going on?

Associate Professor of Police Science Chris Herrmann explained the rise in gun violence in 2020 and 2021.

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WBNS-TV Online • October 6, 2021

GVI team leading program to prevent violence in Columbus

The National Network for Safe Communities has partnered with the City of Columbus to curb gun violence. David Kennedy, the Director of the NNSC, explained the strategies involved.

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The Post-Standard Online/Syracuse.com • October 6, 2021

How lies by Syracuse police pushed wrong man to confess to a killing (interrogation video)

Professor and former NYPD lieutenant Ralph Cilento commented on a case where police deception led to a false confession.

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Los Angeles Times Online • October 6, 2021

Former USC campus gynecologist's accusers call for investigation of top university officials

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained how Los Angeles County officials should investigate University of Southern California, Los Angeles administrators accused of covering up sexual abuse allegations against a campus gynecologist.

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The Columbus Dispatch • October 7, 2021

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Report: Nearly half of homicides involve gangs; Homicides

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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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WHEN-AM Online • October 7, 2021

Governor Hochul Signs Several Bills To Combat Opioid Crisis

Governor Kathy Hochul signed a package of legislation at John Jay College aimed at addressing the opioid crisis.

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Publicnow • October 7, 2021

Rediscover Early American History in October

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall was a panelist in a discussion on slavery and the Constitutional Convention.

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Davis Vanguard • October 7, 2021

New Toolkit Offers Promising Approach to Drug Offenses and Drug Law

The Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay College of Criminal Justice launched a new toolkit “A New Approach: A Prosecutor's Guide to Advancing a Public Health Response to Drug Use” in an effort to help guide prosecutors' approach to people who use drugs.

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Constitution Daily • October 7, 2021

For Debate: Should Qualified Immunity for Police Officers Be Abolished?

Professor of Constitutional and civil rights attorney Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall participated in a debate that explored the doctrine of qualified immunity and whether it needs to be reformed.

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New York State Governor • October 7, 2021

Governor Hochul Signs Legislation Package to Combat Opioid Crisis

Governor Kathy Hochul signed a package of legislation at John Jay College aimed at addressing the opioid crisis.

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New York Daily News Online • October 7, 2021

N.Y. governor signs host of opioid-related bills, decriminalizes possession and sale of hypodermic needles

Governor Kathy Hochul signed a package of legislation at John Jay College aimed at addressing the opioid crisis.

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NBC News • October 7, 2021

New York City police union boss targeted by feds for corruption was longtime 'thorn' in City Hall's side

Adjunct Lecturer Stephen Nasta, a retired NYPD inspector, defended Ed Mullins, head of the Sergeants Benevolent Association, against accusations of bigotry.

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Long Island Press • October 8, 2021

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Hochul Signs Bills to Combat Opioid Epidemic, Vows 'Study' on Safe Injection Sites

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Governor Kathy Hochul signed a package of legislation at John Jay College aimed at addressing the opioid crisis.

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Community Media NYC Online • October 8, 2021

Hochul signs package of bills combatting opioid epidemic, vows 'study' on safe injection sites

Governor Kathy Hochul signed a package of legislation at John Jay College aimed at addressing the opioid crisis.

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Register-Star Online • October 8, 2021

Hochul decriminalizes syringes, expands substance use treatment in prisons

Governor Kathy Hochul signed a package of legislation at John Jay College aimed at addressing the opioid crisis.

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WNBC-TV Online • October 8, 2021

Black Unemployment Rate Falls in September Jobs Report, But Doesn't Tell the Full Story

Associate Professor of Economics Michelle Holder, president and CEO of the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, pinpointed which populations disproportionately left the work force based on the September 2021 jobs report.

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The New Yorker Online • October 8, 2021

The Increasingly Wild World of School-Board Meetings

Professor Heath Brown discussed the origins of the modern homeschooling and Christian-school movements.

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Associated Press Online • October 8, 2021

A look at what didn't happen this week

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic explained state sex offender laws.

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CBS News • October 8, 2021

Black women and Americans without college degrees left behind in economic recovery

Associate Professor of Economics Michelle Holder, president and CEO of the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, explained why Americans without college degrees are struggling to get back to work and how childcare is affecting the employment crisis.

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The Pantagraph • October 10, 2021

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State police lab that tested DNA to ID Day faces chronic backlog Family says 18-day wait for the results painful, too long

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Professor Emeritus of Forensic Science Lawrence Kobilinsky explained why there is a backlog of DNA tests in the Illinois State Police crime labs and how to clear it.

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The Columbian Online • October 10, 2021

Former USC campus gynecologist's accusers call for investigation of top university officials

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained how Los Angeles County officials should investigate University of Southern California, Los Angeles administrators accused of covering up allegations sexual abuse against a campus gynecologist.

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Show & Tell Films

 October 11, 2021

Finding Daylight

John Jay College hosted a screening of the documentary film “Finding Daylight,” which tells the 20-year story of two families as they rebuild their lives after losing loved ones on 9/11.

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The Trace • October 12, 2021

Can Eric Adams Square His Pro-Police Image With Support For Community-Led Solutions to Violence?

A study was cited from John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center on violence interrupters.

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Forbes Online • October 12, 2021

Is Airbnb Safe? New Report Exposes Scams, Bug Infestations, Discrimination

Researchers at John Jay College collaborated with others at the University of Colorado School of Public Affairs in Colorado Springs to create a report on the problems that guests are most likely to run into when they stay at an Airbnb.

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The Oregonian • October 13, 2021

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Hate crime statistics rising in Oregon But data in new FBI report doesn't tell the whole story

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Professor Frank Pezzella explained why the numbers collected by law enforcement agencies across the country and reported by the FBI on hate crimes and bias incidents are inaccurate.

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COURIER • October 13, 2021

Read This If You Think Crime is A Huge Problem in Virginia

The report "Reducing Violence Without Police: A Review of Research Evidence" from the John Jay Research and Evaluation Center was cited in an article about violent crime in Virginia.

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WCBS-TV Online • October 13, 2021

Gabby Petito Died By Strangulation, Wyoming Coroner Finds

Professor Emeritus of Forensic Science Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed the coroner's determination that Gabby Petito died by strangulation and that it was a homicide.

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International Business Times • October 13, 2021

Gabby Petito's Cause Of Death Hints It Was Done With 'Lots Of Anger,' Says Expert

Professor and former NYPD lieutenant Ralph Cilento explained why police did not charge Brian Laundrie with homicide.

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International Business Times • October 13, 2021

Lawyer Stresses Fiancι Only 'Person Of Interest' In Gabby Petito Case

Professor and former NYPD lieutenant Ralph Cilento explained why police did not charge Brian Laundrie with homicide.

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INSIDER • October 13, 2021

Legal expert says Brian Laundrie likely isn't facing homicide charges so that authorities can interview him if they find him

Professor and former NYPD lieutenant Ralph Cilento explained why police did not charge Brian Laundrie with homicide.

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The Washington Post Online • October 13, 2021

NASA's James Webb telescope will explore the universe. Critics say its name represents a painful time in U.S. history.

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson explained why naming an object after a person is problematic.

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Crime Report • October 14, 2021

Statistics on 'Systemic' Police Racism Questioned by Scholar

Professor Emeritus Barry Latzer wrote an article that argues the claims of systematic racial bias don't stand up to empirical evidence.

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Hyperallergic • October 14, 2021

What Does It Take to "Kill" a Monument?

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson's research was a critical source for a research project “Public Histories of Slavery,” which tracks every statue of a racist figure that fell last summer. Her March 2021 Washington Post op-ed was cited.

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City Journal Online • October 14, 2021

Do Data on Police Shootings Show Racial Bias?

Professor Emeritus Barry Latzer wrote an article that argues the claims of systematic racial bias don't stand up to empirical evidence.

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Slate • October 14, 2021

What's Fact and What's Fiction in The Last Duel

Associate Professor of History Sara McDougall co-wrote an op-ed on the accuracy of the medieval drama "The Last Duel."

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Crime Report • October 15, 2021

Sex Crime Cases Still Leave Women Waiting for Justice, Despite #MeToo

The Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay College hosted an online panel discussion on sexual assault prosecution and criminal justice reform in the #MeToo era.

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Fire Engineering Online • October 15, 2021

Webinar: High-Rise Buildings: Understanding the Vertical Challenge - Fire Engineering

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett, who is also technical editor and columnist for Fire Engineering Magazine, moderated a book talk on the vertical challenges of high-rises.

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The Epoch Times-Chicago Edition Online • October 15, 2021

Heartbeats Behind the Badge: How Love Keeps NYPD Officers Serving the Next Generation

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maki Haberfeld discussed how the police are perceived by the public.

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