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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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WAVY-TV • April 1, 2021

WAVY News 10 Today @ 4:30am

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, explained the lawsuit two Capitol police officers filed against President Trump claiming he incited the January 6th Capitol riot where they suffered injuries.

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WWL-AM • April 1, 2021

The Big 870

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone questioned the Los Angeles County sheriff's claim that investigators need permission from Tiger Woods to release information about his serious SUV crash.

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CBSN • April 5, 2021

Minneapolis police chief begins testifying in Derek Chauvin trial

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed the testimony of Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo during the Derek Chauvin trial.

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CNN • April 5, 2021

Anderson Cooper 360

Professor Emeritus Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed the autopsy report of George Floyd and the medical factors involved in his death.

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NewsNation • April 5, 2021

Banfield Part 1 & Banfield Part 2

Professor Emeritus Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed the autopsy report of George Floyd during the Derek Chauvin trial.

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WBNS-TV • April 6, 2021

10TV News @ 5PM

The National Network for Safe Communities has partnered with the City of Columbus to work on a strategy towards curbing gun violence.

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NewsNation • April 7, 2021

NewsNation Early Edition

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained how juveniles are tried in the United States.

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KRON-TV • April 7, 2021

KRON 4 News at 9

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained how juveniles are tried in the U.S.

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CNN • April 8, 2021

Anderson Cooper 360

Professor Emeritus Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed the autopsy report of George Floyd during the Derek Chauvin trial.

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Spectrum News Albany • April 9, 2021

Spectrum News Capital Region

John Jay College was mentioned as a great source for experts on criminal justice policy.

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CBS News Online • April 9, 2021

CBSN documentary examines whether Supreme Court justices wield too much power

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall joined CBSN to discuss the realities of reforming the Supreme Court.

 

NPR/National Public Radio • April 10, 2021

Another Week Of Testimony Ends At Derek Chauvin's Trial

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed how the Derek Chauvin trial will affect how he teaches his use of force class at John Jay College.

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KMET-AM • April 11, 2021

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John Jay alumna Dr. Jean Kanokogi discussed her storied law enforcement career.

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NewsNation • April 12, 2021

Banfield

Professor Emeritus Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed the testimony of six medical experts during the Derek Chauvin trial.

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WNYW-TV • April 14, 2021

Good Day New York

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor comments on the benefits of NYPD's new robot digidog was cited.

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WNYC-FM • April 14, 2021

The Brian Lehrer Show

Assistant Professor of Economics J.W. Mason was quoted in an interview for his explanation of the history of inflation.

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WCYB-TV • April 14, 2021

News 5 at Noon

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed the officer-involved killing of Daunte Wright.

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WITI-TV • April 14, 2021

FOX 6 News at 9

Professor Keith Taylor discussed how the NYPD uses digidog, a robot dog, to keep police out of harm's way.

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Spectrum News NY1 • April 14, 2021

Inside City Hall

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed the Working Families Party's endorsement of Scott Stringer and famous rappers endorsing Ray McGuire for NYC Mayor.

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CNN • April 15, 2021

CNN Tonight With Don Lemon

Professor Emeritus Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed the testimony of a retired medical examiner during the Derek Chauvin trial, who described several possible reasons for the death of George Floyd.

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City & State New York Online • April 1, 2021

The 2021 Higher Education Power 100

President Karol Mason was named to City & State's Higher Education Power 100.

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The Daily Mail Online • March 1, 2021

AOC slams NYPD's $75,000 robotic police dog named Digidog as racist - saying it prowls the streets only in low-income communities of color

Professor Keith Taylor discussed how the NYPD uses digidog, a robot dog, to keep police out of harm's way.

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 Estadão • March 9, 2021

Digidog, a police 'robot dog', raises privacy concerns

Professor Keith Taylor discussed how the NYPD uses digidog, a robot dog, to keep police out of harm's way.

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 Teknisk Ukeblad Media • March 19, 2021

Police robots are becoming more and more popular. Now skeptics want to stop them from using weapons

Professor Keith Taylor discussed how the NYPD uses digidog, a robot dog, to keep police out of harm's way.

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Developpez.com • April 1, 2021

Boston Dynamics sells Digidog, its robot dog, to the police

Professor Keith Taylor discussed how the NYPD uses digidog, a robot dog, to keep police out of harm's way.

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Asbury Park Press • April 1, 2021

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Coronavirus cuts down on Jersey Shore crime

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Assistant Professor Chris Herrmann explained why there is a rise in shootings, homicides, auto theft, car jackings, and residential burglaries in 2021.

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The Journal News Online • April 1, 2021

COVID Vaccines are here. So why are the cases still rising? We can't relent | Opinion

George Contreras, a 30-year veteran of EMS who teaches at John Jay College, wrote an op-ed about New York City and New Jersey leading the nation with the highest and second-highest seven-day coronavirus case rates per 100,000 in early April.

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The Chief • April 2, 2021

Jail Safety Nothing But Talk

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro wrote a letter to the editor about increased inmate violence against correction officers at Rikers Island jail.

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Press & Sun-Bulletin • April 3, 2021

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Allegany man accused of rapes dating to 1980's

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Professor of Psychology Elizabeth Jeglic discussed how statutes of limitations and other challenges prevent rape victims from coming forward.

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CNN Online • April 3, 2021

The US saw significant crime rise across major cities in 2020. And it's not letting up

Department Chair, Professor and a former Baltimore police officer Peter Moskos discussed how protests affected policing.

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The Palm Beach Post • April 4, 2021

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State attorney blocked probe into Delray cop

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Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld explained how police chiefs handle internal affairs investigations and commented on the investigation into a Delray Beach police lieutenant.

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South Bend Tribune • April 4, 2021

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See you in court ... online

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Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, discussed the benefits of holding virtual court hearings.

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USA Today • April 4, 2021

Officer William Evans, killed in Friday's attack at Capitol, described as 'wonderful guy'

Adjunct Professor Thomas Coghlan discussed the mental health toll Capitol officers faced after the Capitol riot.

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The Forward • April 4, 2021

Is the legend of Murray's Cheese only a myth?

Richard E. Ocejo, a sociologist at John Jay College, discussed the appeal of Murray’s Cheese, Manhattan’s cheese tastemaker, which is now owned by Kroger, the nation’s largest supermarket chain.

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The Appeal • April 4, 2021

This Anti-Violence Strategy May Be Coming to St. Louis, but Activists See Red Flags

Professor David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Communities, discussed focused deterrence strategies in the United States.

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Juvenile Justice Information Exchange • April 5, 2021

Apply Brain Science to Plea Bargains For Developmentally Informed Approach - Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

Professor Emily Haney-Caron co-wrote an article about the importance of integrating research on adolescent brain development into the plea bargain process.

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Slate • April 5, 2021

Where America First Went Wrong on Confederate Monuments

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson's tweet about Confederate monuments was quoted in Slate.

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Asahi Shimbun Online • April 6, 2021

eBay auction of Japanese internment art pulled after protest : The Asahi Shimbun

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson discussed the conditions under which controversial art work should be sold.

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Crime Report • April 6, 2021

Hard-to-Enforce Mask Mandates Turn Transit Workers into Targets

Professor Emerita Dorothy Moses Schulz co-wrote an article on how enforcing mask mandates have endangered transit workers.

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El Diario Nueva York Online • April 6, 2021

Todavía tenemos que mantener la guardia alta

George Contreras, a 30-year veteran of EMS who teaches at John Jay College, wrote an op-ed emphasizing the importance of following CDC guidelines during the COVID-19 vaccination push.

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Los Angeles Times Online • April 6, 2021

eBay cancels auction of art from Manzanar internment camp after protest

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson discussed the conditions under which controversial art work should be sold.

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The New York Times Online • April 6, 2021

He Was Charged in an Anti-Asian Attack. It Was His 33rd Arrest.

Professor of Psychology Kevin Nadal commented on the broken mental health system in New York City.

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The Wall Street Journal • April 7, 2021

How Bidenomics Seeks to Remake the Economic Consensus

Economics Professor J.W. Mason's tweet and blog on economic theory was cited in an article on Biden's economic plan.

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The Seattle Times Online • April 7, 2021

EXPLAINER: Questioning blurs meaning of 'lawful but awful'

Peter Moskos, a professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and a former Baltimore police officer, explained the term “lawful but awful” used to describe police use of force.

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Business Insider • April 7, 2021

Spotting a liar isn't as easy as you think. Here's why verbal cues may be better indicators than nonverbal signs that someone is lying

Professor Maria Hartwig, who has conducted research on lying, debunks the pervasive misconception that liars can be spotted by the way they act.

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The Washington Post Online • April 8, 2021

What qualifies as a hate crime and why are they so difficult to prove?

Professor Frank Pezzella gave an in-depth interview on hate crimes.

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Our Time Press • April 9, 2021

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What's Going On: 4/8

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Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor is running for NYC Council to represent the 9th District in Central Harlem and East Harlem.

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Iowa City Press-Citizen • April 9, 2021

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Inmate charged in Anamosa killings had disciplinary record

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Professor Emeritus Martin Horn commented on a story in which two prisoners used tools from their work assignments to kill two Anamosa State Penitentiary workers.

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New York Post Online • April 10, 2021

Sexual assault across NYC up 322% from same time last year

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed the rise in sexual assault cases in NYC in March.

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The Denver Post • April 11, 2021

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No outrage on daily deaths; Mass shootings prompt calls for policy action, but "community violence" met with silence

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David Kennedy, director of the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay, discussed how a ban on "assault-style weapons" affects community violence and suicides.

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The Boston Globe • April 11, 2021

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Accused officer had prior abuse case; Despite 1995 evidence, Patrick Rose kept his badge, worked on child sexual assault cases, and ascended to power in the police union. He went on to allegedly molest five other children.

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Professor of Psychology Elizabeth Jeglic explained why law enforcement and other institutions should do a comprehensive review of past child sexual assault investigations.

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The Palm Beach Post • April 11, 2021

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Officer's tirade against BLM leads to suit

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Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld explained police department policies on officers expressing political views on social media.

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New York Post • April 11, 2021

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CITY IN CRISIS 'Anti Asian' spewer sprung

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Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, commented on the NYS bail reform law.

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St. Louis Post-Dispatch • April 11, 2021

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'Blue wall of silence' takes hit in Chauvin trial

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Professor Emeritus John Kleinig discussed the blue wall of silence among police officers.

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The Villager • April 11, 2021

2021 Elections: Who's running to become Manhattan's next district attorney

Former director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay Lucy Lang discussed why she's running for the Manhattan District Attorney's office.

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New York Daily News • April 11, 2021

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Violent crimes surge as New York City eases Covid-19 restrictions

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Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on public safety during the rise in violent crime in NYC.

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The Washington Post Online • April 11, 2021

As Derek Chauvin's former bosses line up to condemn him, 'policing in America is on trial'

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on how former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin hurt policing as a profession.

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Los Angeles Times • April 12, 2021

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Future of policing is on the line; Outcome of Derek Chauvin's murder trial could prove decisive.

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Professor Emeritus Delores Jones Brown discussed what the Derek Chauvin trial means for policing in America.

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The Buffalo News • April 12, 2021

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Victims often don't cooperate with police

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Assistant Professor Chris Herrmann commented on unsolved shootings.

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Springfield News-Leader Online • April 12, 2021

Experts: Taser-confusion errors like Daunte Wright shooting are rare, but avoidable

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed the differences between stun guns and service weapons.

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El Diario Nueva York Online • April 12, 2021

Alarma policial: 322% más delitos sexuales en Nueva York, la mayoría cometidos por "conocidos" de las víctimas

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed the rise in sexual assault cases in NYC in March.

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WCBS-TV Online • April 12, 2021

Group Marches Across Manhattan Bridge To Protest Shooting Death Of Daunte Wright In Minnesota

Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld discussed police training and the importance of achieving compliance through communication skills rather than through use of force.

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NBC News Online • April 12, 2021

How a veteran officer could mistake a Glock for a Taser

Professors Dennis Kenney and Maria Haberfeld discussed the officer-involved killing of Daunte Wright.

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NBC News Online • April 12, 2021

Could a veteran police officer really have mistaken a pistol for a Taser?

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney discussed the grips on the Glocks and Tasers.

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WBBM-TV Online • April 13, 2021

In Wake Of 'Events Across The Country,' Chicago Police Deploy Additional Resources And Cancel Days Off For Some Units; Some Stores Board Up

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann discussed the officer-involved killing of Daunte Wright.

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Gotham Center • April 13, 2021

A Sound As International As The City Itself: A Review Of Benjamin Lapidus' New York And The International Sound Of Latin Music, 1940-1990

Associate Professor Benjamin Lapidus's new book on the history of Spanish Caribbean music in New York was praised by the Gotham Center.

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Telemundo Online • April 13, 2021

¿Cómo puede un policía confundir su pistola con un 'taser' eléctrico y matar a una persona?

Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld discussed the level of stress that police officers experience during traffic stops.

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Yahoo News • April 13, 2021

7 key takeaways from the Chauvin trial as the prosecution rests its case

Professor Emeritus Delores Jones Brown discussed the difference between the Rodney King and the George Floyd cases.

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ABDPost.com • April 14, 2021

New York Police on Patrol with Robotic Dog

Professor Keith Taylor discussed how the NYPD uses digidog, a robot dog, to keep police out of harm's way.

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City & State New York • April 14, 2021

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Could Tusk be Andrew Yang's "agent of the city"?; And more coverage of key 2021 races

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John Jay alumni and NYC mayoral candidates Scott Stringer and Eric Adams were mentioned for their stance on tuition-free college.

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The News Amed • April 14, 2021

There have been at least 16 incidents of 'weapon confusion' since 2001. Experts weigh in on why this happens.

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed the differences between stun guns and service weapons.

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El Diario Nueva York Online • April 14, 2021

Más perros robots salen a la calle como policías de Nueva York; pero arresto de hispano provocó quejas

Professor Keith Taylor discussed how the NYPD uses digidog, a robot dog, to keep police out of harm's way.

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Law Officer Online • April 14, 2021

Exclusive–Vehicle Thefts Increase After Dropping 50 Percent

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann discussed the rise in auto-theft and carjackings across the country.

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Gothamist - WNYC-FM • April 14, 2021

Why Are Shootings And Murders On The Rise In NYC?

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann discussed how bail reform and the coronavirus pandemic factor into the increase in gun violence in NYC.

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The Daily Beast • April 14, 2021

Save Police Reform Bill From 'Irreconcilable' Differences

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell discussed the impasse between stakeholders in law enforcement and police reform advocates on the issue of qualified immunity.

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ProPublica • April 15, 2021

Inspecting the NYPD "Puzzle Palace"

Professor Candace McCoy discussed the NYPD's legal bureau refusal to give the Office of the Inspector General access to information.

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