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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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FOX News Channel • April 3, 2022

Missing Florida mom Cassie Carli found dead in Alabama - Breaking News Time

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the arrest of Marcus Spanevelo, the ex-boyfriend of Cassie Carli, who was found dead in a shallow grave in Alabama.

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WCBS-TV • April 4, 2022

CBS 2 News at 5pm

Criminal defense attorney and Adjunct Professor Herrmann Walz commented on the 2019 changes to New York state discovery laws that may have caused hundreds of prosecutors to leave their jobs across NYC.

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WNBC-TV • April 4, 2022

News 4 New York at 5

Professor of Forensic Science Dr. Angelique Corthals explained why certain populations are experiencing an increase in COVID-19 infections.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • April 6, 2022

Closing Arguments - Crime Time (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on a Colorado police department's rescue of two babies and their mother, who were trapped in their car in a pond.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • April 6, 2022

Closing Arguments - Crime Time (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on the announcement that there will be no charges against the Minneapolis Police SWAT officer who fatally shot Amir Locke while executing a no-knock search warrant.

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WVON-AM • April 7, 2022

Egonmwan & Buchanan (Part 1)

Egonmwan & Buchanan (Part 2)

Egonmwan & Buchanan (Part 3)

Egonmwan & Buchanan (Part 4)

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall discussed the historic hearing for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson's confirmation to the Supreme Court.

 

 

Spectrum News NY1 • April 7, 2022

Live at 10

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall discussed the historic confirmation hearings of Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.

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WABC-AM • April 8, 2022

Cats at Night with John Catsimatidis

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed bail reform and criminal justice measures in the new NYS budget.

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CBS News • April 11, 2022

Could student loan forgiveness help U.S. avoid recession?

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason discussed the Biden administration's pause on student loan repayments until August 31.

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CTV News Channel • April 12, 2022

Shooting at NYC Subway Station

Adjunct Lecturer Ralph Cilento, a former NYPD lieutenant commander of detectives, discussed the Brooklyn subway station shooting, how police will investigate, and crime and police presence on the subway.

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CBC News Network • April 12, 2022

New York Subway Shooting

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained the emergency management response to the Brooklyn subway shooting.

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CTV News Channel • April 12, 2022

LIVE as it happens: NYC subway shooting scene

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, discussed the Sunset Park Brooklyn subway station shooting and the investigation techniques police will use to find the culprit.

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CTV News Channel • April 12, 2022

LIVE as it happens: NYC subway shooting scene

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maki Haberfeld discussed terrorism and the Brooklyn subway station shooting, the media response to it, and a possible profile of the shooter.

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CNN • April 12, 2022

CNN Newsroom with Poppy Harlow and Jim Sciutto (P1)

CNN Newsroom with Poppy Harlow and Jim Sciutto (P2)

CNN Newsroom with Poppy Harlow and Jim Sciutto (P3)

CNN Newsroom with Poppy Harlow and Jim Sciutto (P4)

CNN Newsroom with Poppy Harlow and Jim Sciutto (P5)

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed the Sunset Park Brooklyn subway station shooting and the investigation techniques police will use to find the culprit.

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WCBS-TV • April 12, 2022

WCBS2 Breaking News

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maki Haberfeld discussed terrorism, the Brooklyn subway station shooting and the response to it.

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Cheddar Business • April 12, 2022

Closing Bell

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor discussed the Brooklyn subway station shooting, how the authorities will investigate, and how residents can prepare themselves in such crises.

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MSNBC • April 12, 2022

Deadline: White House (P1)

Deadline: White House (P2)

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, discussed the Sunset Park Brooklyn subway station shooting, how the authorities will investigate, and how residents can prepare themselves in such crises.

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Cheddar Business • April 12, 2022

Cheddar's News Wrap

Adjunct Lecturer Ralph Cilento, a former NYPD lieutenant commander of detectives, discussed the Sunset Park Brooklyn subway station shooting, train safety, how the authorities will respond, and how people should respond in such crises.

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CNN • April 12, 2022

Anderson Cooper 360

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed the manhunt for Frank James, a person of interest in the Sunset Park Brooklyn subway station shooting.

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MSNBC • April 12, 2022

All In With Chris Hayes

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, discussed the Sunset Park Brooklyn subway station shooting and the investigation techniques police will use to find the culprit.

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Spectrum News NY1 • April 12, 2022

Live at 10

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor discussed the Sunset Park Brooklyn subway station shooting, how the authorities will investigate, terrorism and person of interest Frank James.

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News 12 Long Island • April 12, 2022

News 12 Long Island

Adjunct Lecturer Ralph Cilento, a former NYPD lieutenant commander of detectives, explained the manhunt underway for the person behind the Sunset Park, Brooklyn subway station shooting and the non-functional surveillance cameras.

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NPR/National Public Radio • April 13, 2022

BBC World Radio

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, a former NYPD Officer and Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, discussed the person of interest in the Brooklyn subway station shooting and the non-functional surveillance cameras.

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News 12 Brooklyn • April 13, 2022

News 12 Brooklyn

Adjunct Lecturer Ralph Cilento, a former NYPD lieutenant commander of detectives, explained the manhunt underway for the person behind the Sunset Park, Brooklyn subway station shooting.

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CNN • April 13, 2022

New Day With John Berman and Brianna Keilar

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, discussed the manhunt underway for Frank James, suspect in the Brooklyn subway shooting.

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Cheddar Business • April 13, 2022

Opening Bell

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed the surge in crime in NYC in the aftermath of the Brooklyn subway shooting, the COVID pandemic, and bail reform laws.

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MSNBC • April 13, 2022

Hallie Jackson Reports

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, discussed the possible charges against Frank James for the Brooklyn subway shooting and the speed of his capture.

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Spectrum News NY1 • April 13, 2022

News All Evening

Adjunct Professor Felipe Rodriguez, a former NYPD sergeant, discussed the federal terrorism charges against Frank James for the Brooklyn subway shooting and his capture.

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CNN • April 14, 2022

New Day With John Berman and Brianna Keilar

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, discussed why Frank James reported himself, First Amendment rights and threats on social media.

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MSNBC • April 14, 2022

All In With Chris Hayes

Professor Peter Moskos discussed how the subway shooting has affected the public perception of policing.

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WNYW-TV • April 15, 2022

THE 5 O'CLOCK NEWS

Adjunct Lecturer Ralph Cilento, a former NYPD lieutenant commander of detectives, emphasized the difficulty police faced in locating alleged subway shooter Frank James.

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EIN News • March 27, 2022

"Vile filthy Greeks" – The 1909 Anti-Greek Riots in Omaha (Part 1)

Professor Peter Moskos discussed the development of Greek-American communities in the United States.

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Bergen County Moms • April 1, 2022

How To Use Guided Imagery For Increasing Focus During Distracting Days by Dr. Elizabeth Palumbo

John Jay alumna Dr. Elizabeth Palumbo explained Guided Imagery strategy, a mindfulness meditation tool that improves focus and productivity.

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PA Times • April 1, 2022

The Biden Administration's Management Approach to the Federal Budget: First Impressions

Adjunct Professor of Public Administration Stephen Rolandi wrote an article on the Biden Administration's approach to budgeting within the framework of the Government Performance and Results Act.

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Associated Press • April 1, 2022

$14M jury award for protesters could resonate around US

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall commented on a federal jury's $14 million award to Denver protesters shot by police with anti-riot projectiles during 2020 demonstrations after the police killing of George Floyd.

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POLITICO Online • April 1, 2022

Judge chucks New York's new maps

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann's emphasis on the lack of a comprehensive dataset on bail reform impacts was cited in Politico's New York Playbook, a daily briefing.

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WUSN-FM Online • April 1, 2022

Half of murder cases considered 'solved' by Chicago police in 2021 didn't lead to charges

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, discussed how low clearance rates affect community cooperation with the police.

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KGW-TV Online • April 2, 2022

Full report released on shooting death of off-duty Vancouver officer by sheriff's deputy

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on the death of an off-duty Vancouver police officer who was shot by a Clark County Sheriff's deputy after being mistaken for a fleeing robbery suspect.

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The Guardian (US) • April 2, 2022

How the Islamic State trial could change the future of US terrorism cases

Professor David Viola commented on the trial against accused Islamic State fighter El Shafee Elsheikh.

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American Police Beat Online • April 2, 2022

Chicago police cite low morale, vaccination mandates as reasons for retiring - American Police Beat Magazine

Adjunct Professor Ralph Cilento, a retired NYPD lieutenant commander of detectives, discussed how anti-police sentiment is affecting police retirements.

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Communities Digital News • April 2, 2022

"Cultural appropriation" is a strange assault on diversity and creativity

The Black Opera Alliance, a coalition of black opera artists, issued a statement saying "Emmett Till, A New American Opera," which premiered at John Jay College, was cultural appropriation. Composer and co-creator Mary D. Watkins refuted claims that the opera centers a white woman.

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The John Jay Sentinel • April 3, 2022

Pro Student CUNY's Mission Towards Inclusive Learning

Pro-Student CUNY is an activist organization of CUNY students advocating for more online learning options. John Jay student Sophia Kieseheuer, Pro-Student CUNY's chair, discussed her and other students' struggles with CUNY's 70% in-person class policy.

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MEAWW • April 4, 2022

NY elderly woman mugged by three goons in her OWN BUILDING lobby in terrifying video

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, explained the rise in violent crime in NYC.

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Staten Island Advance Online • April 5, 2022

'Another Sunday, Another Song:' Annadale retiree starts weekly music series on Facebook as a diversion from COVID

John Jay alumnus George Gelfman was profiled for his popular weekly FaceTime concert performances which he started to relieve stress and loneliness from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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CNN Online • April 5, 2022

Growing ghost gun problem adds to America's violence woes

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell discussed the problems that arise from untraceable guns.

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WPIX-TV Online • April 6, 2022

Grieving mom fighting for memorial at site where her daughter died in Queens car crash

John Jay student Kimani Foster was a junior studying criminal justice when she was tragically killed in a car crash. Her mother Katrina Thomas wants a roadside memorial palced at the Queens site where her daughter and two others were killed.

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The Forward • April 6, 2022

Hate crimes and antisemitism are rising in NYC. The governor's plan will make things worse.

The Data Collaborative for Justice's policy analysis of the criminal justice proposals from Governor Kathy Hochul was cited in an op-ed warning that it will exacerbate racial inequities in pretrial detention.

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theBurg • April 6, 2022

Harrisburg considers gun violence prevention strategy, prepares to disburse federal housing funds - TheBurg

Harrisburg City Council is considering a contract with the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay College for consulting services to study and combat group violence in Harrisburg.

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LX.TV • April 7, 2022

American Dream mall shooting

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained how police and security officers would respond in a mall shooting, state gun laws, and the American Dream mall shooting in NJ.

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The New York Times • April 7, 2022

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Shootings Rise in Year's First Quarter, Despite Pledges to Stem Violence in the City

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Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, explained why NYC residents have a negative perception of crime despite overall crime data on public safety.

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The Christian Science Monitor Daily • April 7, 2022

Jackson headed to Supreme Court. Why was it such a nailbiter?

Associate Professor of Political Science Maxwell Mak, who researches judicial confirmations, explained why over the past two decades, Supreme Court nominees from both parties have received fewer votes from the opposing party.

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New York Daily News Online • April 7, 2022

Donald Trump could still face criminal charges, says Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg

Former FBI special agent and Coordinator of John Jay's Fraud Examination and Financial Forensics Program David Shapiro explained the political pressures Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg is facing.

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The Trace • April 8, 2022

The Geography of Urban Gun Violence

2022 research from John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center on shooting incidents across New York City aggregated NYPD shooting data to assess which areas were experiencing disproportionate shootings and which experienced none at all.

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The Mercury News Online • April 8, 2022

'We have a problem on our hands': Handguns-turned-automatic weapons a growing concern

Professor of Forensic Science Peter Diaczuk explained why modified handguns are even more dangerous than basic handguns.

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The Boston Globe Online • April 8, 2022

image001.pngKetanji Brown Jackson's nomination signals change, but court's conservative bent remains

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall explained why the Supreme Court has shifted much further to the right and Ketanji Brown Jackson's recusal from the Harvard affirmative action case.

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The Star-Ledger • April 8, 2022

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image001.pngState takes over probe of town's cops, leaders With racist recordings exposed, AG seizes control as some question length and silence of investigation.

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on the prosecutor's culpability in their investigation of the Clark Police Department and township leaders, after NJ Advance Media revealed secret recordings of the longtime mayor and police brass using racial slurs.

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New York State Bar Association • April 8, 2022

It's Not 'Just a Bad Job': Identifying and Combating Labor Trafficking

Adjunct Professor Nora Cronin co-wrote an article about how employers commit labor trafficking and how trafficking victims can get help.

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The New Yorker Online • April 8, 2022

Is Larry Summers Really Right About Inflation and Biden?

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason commented on former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers’ prediction early last year that inflation could reemerge as a major economic problem.

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Law360 • April 8, 2022

How Prosecutors Can End Cycle Of Intimate Partner Violence

Alissa Heydari, Deputy Director for the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, co-wrote an article about why intimate partner violence cases are among the most challenging for prosecutors and cited the IIP's new guide on how to help.

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New York Focus • April 9, 2022

How New York State Just Rolled Back Criminal Justice Reforms

Michael Rempel, director of the Data Collaborative for Justice, estimated the effects of the NYS budget's bail provisions on the number of bail-eligible cases in New York City and the state.

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New York Post Online • April 9, 2022

Hochul announces changes to NY's controversial criminal justice reform laws

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone criticized Governor Hochul's plan as part of the $220 billion budget, to close loopholes in the Raise the Age law and target repeat offenders who would not have been jailed under the 2019 controversial criminal justice reform law.

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New York Post Online • April 9, 2022

Accused NYC killer sues after judge keeps him in jail

Adjunct Professors Joe Giacalone and Eugene O'Donnell commented on a lawsuit against a Manhattan judge, who is accused of violating NY state's bail reform law for keeping a man in jail on charges of attempted murder without bail .

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American Police Beat Online • April 9, 2022

Florida law enforcement, legislators weigh whether to classify COVID-19 fatalities as line-of-duty deaths - American Police Beat Magazine

Professor of Criminal Justice Dennis Kenney discussed COVID-19 fatalities among police officers in the line of duty, their vaccination status, and whether officers' surviving relatives will receive line-of-duty death benefits.

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The Virginian-Pilot Online • April 10, 2022

In Portsmouth, violence interrupters diffuse tense scenes before the bullets fly

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the John Jay Research and Evaluation Center, explained the Cure Violence approach to gun violence. Talib Hudson, Director of Research Innovation at the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay, discussed the importance of credible messengers in Black communities.

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City & State New York • April 11, 2022

NYPD officers are supposed to be fired for lying. They aren't.

Alissa Marque Heydari, deputy director for the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay (IIP), commented on the inability or unwillingness of police departments to terminate the few officers who have a documented history of lying and how that affects prosecutors. IPP recently released a report on how prosecutors can track police misconduct, including lying.

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The Courier-Journal • April 11, 2022

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Unnecessary time in jail costs public health and local budgets

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A report from the Data Collaborative for Justice on jail admissions and length of stay in three county jails in Louisville, St. Louis, and Durham was cited in an op-ed calling for the reduction in the number of people in jail to minimize overcrowding and exposure to COVID-19.

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Arizona Daily Star • April 11, 2022

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Tucson played pivotal role in policing study

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Chuck Wexler, director of the Police Executive Research Forum, discussed the necessity of innovative police training and recruitment during last month's Harry Frank Guggenheim Symposium on Crime in America at John Jay College.

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Quartz • April 11, 2022

Canceling student debt would be recession insurance for Joe Biden

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason explained why a presidential executive order to cancel student debt may be one of the best ways to avoid a recession.

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U.S. Politics Today • April 11, 2022

What is Joe Biden's executive order on ghost guns?

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell discussed the problems that arise from untraceable guns.

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Le Journal de Montréal En ligne / Online • April 11, 2022

Kim Kardashian veut faire innocenter une mère de 14 enfants condamnée à mort

Distinguished Professor of Psychology Saul Kassin explained why 53 year-old Melissa Lucio likely made a false confession in the death of her daughter. She was scheduled to be executed for allegedly murdering her two-year old daughter Mariah in Texas.

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Bloomberg News • April 12, 2022

NYC Subway Shooter at Large as Police Shift Focus From Terror

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, discussed the Sunset Park Brooklyn subway station shooting and the investigation techniques police will use to find the culprit.

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Times Union Online • April 12, 2022

Bail changes likely to address fraction of cases compared to original Hochul proposal

Michael Rempel, Director of John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice (DCJ), discussed what the data says on bail reform and recidivism.

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Tech Inside Out • April 12, 2022

Axon Announces New Community Coalition Members; Coalition Continues Work Promoting Responsible Development of Public Safety Technologies

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Political Science Dr. Wilneida Negrón was named to Axon's 2022 Community Advisory Coalition to to share perspectives and inform Axon's products and services. Axon is a global leader in connected public safety technologies.

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The New York Times Online • April 12, 2022

Shootings Rise in New York, Coloring Perceptions of City's Safety

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the John Jay Research and Evaluation Center, discussed the perception of crime versus the frequency of crime in New York City.

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Associated Press • April 12, 2022

FACT FOCUS: Posts maligning Disney lack evidence

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic debunked the notion that Disney is grooming children by incorporating LGBTQ themes and characters into its content in the same way sexual predators groom children for sexual assault.

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City Journal Online • April 12, 2022

NYC Subway Attack Comes at a Bad Time for Gotham

Professor Emerita Dorothy Moses Schulz, the first female captain of the MTA-Metro North Police, wrote an op-ed about the Sunset Park Brooklyn subway station shooting.

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The Canadian Jewish News Online • April 12, 2022

Trauma and resilience are the story of the Jewish people in the face of terror

Dr. Yael C.B. Machtinger wrote an article about trauma and resiliency after she was caught in the middle of a terrorist attack in Tel Aviv, Israel.

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Business Insider • April 12, 2022

The NYPD will 'flood the system with uniforms' after multiple people were shot in a Brooklyn subway station, former NYPD captain says

Adjunct Associate Professor James Dooley, a retired NYPD Transit captain, discussed the Sunset Park Brooklyn subway station shooting, how the police will respond in the coming days, and the difficulties in preventing gun violence in the subway system.

 

 

WBIR-TV Online • April 13, 2022

Use of force experts say police did everything they could in Anthony Thompson Jr. shooting, despite lawsuit allegations

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, analyzed the conduct of the Knoxville Police Department officers involved in the fatal shooting of 17-year-old student following a confrontation in a high school bathroom.

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The Record • April 13, 2022

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CITY STILL WANTS COPS IN ILLEGAL SEARCH FIRED

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Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on the termination and reinstatement of two Hackensack police officers after they conducted a warrantless apartment search.

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The Baltimore Sun • April 13, 2022