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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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NewsNation Online • August 1, 2022

Police Crisis in America

Maria “Maki” Haberfeld, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice, explained why there are thousands of vacancies at police departments nationwide.

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NewsNation Online • August 1, 2022

Chicago woman found dead after documenting divorce on TikTok

Dr. Michele Galietta, Professor of Forensic Psychology, discussed the warning signs of abusive behavior and how common domestic violence cases are.

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Newsy • August 1, 2022

Supreme Court Gun Ruling

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, discussed how the Supreme Court's ruling on guns could affect public safety in cities.

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WNYW-TV • August 4, 2022

THE 5 O'CLOCK NEWS

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, explained the Texas defamation against Alex Jones for saying parents of the victims were lying about their children's deaths in the Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting.

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FOX News Channel • August 8, 2022

Smash-and-grab results in over $2 million worth of stolen jewelry

Adjunct Professor and former NYPD lieutenant Ralph Cilento commented on the rise in smash-and-grab robberies in NYC.

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WPIX-TV • August 8, 2022

PIX11 News at 10 with Tamsen Fadal and Kori Chambers

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, discussed his time investigating club drugging as an undercover police officer.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • August 9, 2022

Closing Arguments (Part 1) & Closing Arguments (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, a former NYPD detective sergeant, commented on the Moab police response to the domestic violence call involving Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie.

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NPR/National Public Radio • August 10, 2022

BBC World News

After a Mississippi jury declined to indict 88-year-old Carolyn Bryant Donham for the murder of Emmett Till, Professor of constitutional law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne Marshall explained the facts of the case.

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CNN • August 11, 2022

New Day With John Berman and Brianna Keilar

David Shapiro, Distinguished Lecturer and former FBI agent, discussed the raid of former President Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence in Palm Beach.

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WINS-AM • August 11, 2022

1010 WINS (full interview) & 1010 WINS (short version)

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, explained the next steps in the police investigation of a 75-year-old Brooklyn man found dead in his home surrounded by biohazard stickers and 'schematics of weapons of mass destruction.'

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • August 12, 2022

Closing Arguments

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, a former NYPD detective sergeant, commented on the timeline of events on the night OnlyFans model Courtney Clenney fatally stabbed her boyfriend.

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CNN • August 15, 2022

CNN Newsroom with Poppy Harlow and Jim Sciutto

Former FBI agent David Shapiro, Distinguished Lecturer and Coordinator of the Fraud Examination and Financial Forensics program at John Jay, explained how documents are declassified. He also commented on former President Trump's shifting explanations to the seizure of the classified documents, and the Department of Justice strategy of subpoenaing 60 days’ worth of Mar-a-Lago surveillance footage.

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The New Yorker • July 16, 2022

Is Abortion Sacred?

Professor Katie Gentile, Chair of the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, explained the meaning attributed to the fetus in the debate over abortion in America.

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Women in Higher Education • August 1, 2022

Applied Research with Real-World Impact

Associate Professor of Sociology Valli Rajah was profiled for her education, teaching, community-engaged scholarship and her commitment to John Jay students.

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Accounting Today • August 1, 2022

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Don't be the reason they leave the profession

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Iralma Pozois, an Adjunct Lecturer in accounting at John Jay College, wrote an op-ed on the importance of accounting firms adapting modern employment policies for employee wellness and retention.

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The Miami Herald • August 1, 2022

Angola, the queen and my spiritual roots

Professor of constitutional law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne Marshall wrote about her research trip to Angola, Central Africa and her spiritual connection to the country and to Queen Nzingha.

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WELLNESS LETTER • August 2, 2022

Dream Big: Swim a Mile in Open Water? Yes, You Can!

Editorial Director Andrea Dawn Clark wrote an article featuring expert advice on how prospective swimmers can meet their swimming goals despite chronic pain.

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Davis Vanguard • August 2, 2022

Commentary: Is Reisig the Jedi Master of Reform? Follow the Thread on Drug Treatment As One Example

A story from the Crime Report was cited for a story that links reduced drug possession penalties to shrinking participation in California's drug courts.

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Law.com • August 2, 2022

The 'Money Train' Murder: Anatomy of Three False Confessions

Distinguished Professor Saul Kassin wrote an op-ed on the lessons to be learned from the “Money Train” murder debacle of 1995.

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World Journal • August 3, 2022

全國打擊犯罪夜 輔警團感念傳承 | 世界新聞網

John Jay alumnus and NYPD police officer Liu Qiyu, was praised together with members of the auxiliary police team at the Municipal Police Headquarters in 2018.

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New York Sun • August 3, 2022

Analysts Caught Off Guard by Kansas Abortion Vote Debate Its Impact on Midterms

Associate Professor of Political Science Brian Arbour analyzed the significance of huge Democratic voter turnout on the issue of abortion in Kansas, a Republican stronghold.

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Crime Report • August 5, 2022

Protecting Soft Targets: How Much Security Can We Handle?

Anthony Louis Gentile, Senior Adjunct Professor and Security Adviser to the Newtown Connecticut Board of Education, wrote an article on how the public and law enforcement can work together to protect environments that are soft targets for mass shooters.

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FOX News Channel Online • August 5, 2022

Biden signs bipartisan cold case law establishing federal right to request review for victims' families

Adjunct Professor Joseph Giacalone, the former commanding officer of the NYPD's Bronx Cold Case Squad, commented on the passage of the bipartisan Homicide Victims' Families Rights Act, which establishes federal rights for the relatives of people killed in unsolved murders.

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MarketWatch • August 6, 2022

A High-Pressure Economy Could Reshape Work. If the Fed Lets It.

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason wrote an op-ed about adjusting to a tight labor market.

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South Bend Tribune • August 8, 2022

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Hospital or SBFD for crisis response?; Kittrell shooting spurs competing proposals

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Jeffrey Coots, Director of the From Punishment to Public Health Initiative at John Jay, analyzed the South Bend police response to Dante Kittrell, an armed suicidal man.

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TIME Online • August 8, 2022

Why Your Team Needs a Failure Philosophy

Roi Ben-Yehuda, the Founder and CEO of NextArrow, wrote an article on the importance of destigmatizing and learning from failure. He taught courses and seminars on negotiation and conflict management at John Jay.

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New York Post Online • August 8, 2022

LAPD gets warrant for Anne Heche's blood after near-deadly crash: report

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained how police will investigate actress Anne Heche's deadly high-speed car crash.

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New York Sun • August 8, 2022

Minnesota Special Election Seen as Harbinger of GOP Strength in November

Associate Professor of Political Science Brian Arbour explained why political scientists think special elections are a better predictor of November election results than polls.

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New York Post Online • August 8, 2022

Major crime continues to surge in NYC, up 36% this year: new police data

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the rise in major crimes (assaults, robberies, rapes and theft) in NYC as shootings and murders decrease.

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Record Searchlight • August 9, 2022

Redding appeals 'excessive force' police case to the U.S. Supreme Court; will it be heard?

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, discussed cases filed by incarcerated individuals to the Supreme Court.

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PBS Online • August 9, 2022

New Mexico killings send fear rippling through U.S. Muslim communities

Professor Louis Schlesinger, a forensic psychologist, profiled murderers who commit hate crimes.

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The New York Times Online • August 9, 2022

Along a Subway Line's 31 Miles, Nagging Crime Fears Test Riders' Resolve

Assistant Professor of History Fritz Umbach explained how the public perception of crime in NYC has affected crime.

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Washington Times Online • August 10, 2022

For news media, a raid is a raid until it involves Trump

Former FBI agent David Shapiro, a Distinguished Lecturer at John Jay, explained why some news outlets chose not to use the term "raid" to describe the FBI executing a search warrant at former President Trump's private club Mar-a-Lago.

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ProPublica • August 11, 2022

Why One City Settled for a Police Chief Accused of Harassment

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained why NJ police unions are against bringing an outsider in to serve as police chief.

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Wisconsin Public Radio Online • August 11, 2022

Police in Wisconsin killed 143 people since 2013, lower than national rate

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, described two situations where police use of deadly force is generally acceptable.

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New York Post Online • August 11, 2022

Stabbings on rise in NYC during surge in major crime

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the rise in stabbings in NYC contrasted with the decrease in shootings and murders.

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Cannabis Now Magazine Online • August 11, 2022

Just What Is Joe Biden's Marijuana Policy?

Associate Professor Andrew Sidman, Chair of the Department of Political Science, was quoted for a story on why President Joe Biden has not taken steps towards fulfilling his campaign promise to decriminalize marijuana use at the federal level.

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City Journal Online • August 11, 2022

The Safer America Plan: All Politics?

Professor Emerita Dorothy Moses Schulz, the first female captain of the Conrail Police, the predecessor to Metro North, wrote an op-ed criticizing President Biden's police-funding Safer America Plan to prevent crime.

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RedState • August 11, 2022

Assault Knives? Fatal Stabbings Surge in Crime-Infested New York City

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone compared crime in NYC today to the past two decades.

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Patch • August 12, 2022

Warminster Police Welcome Newest Officer To Patrol Division

John Jay alumnus Cristian Baskerville, a New York City native, was sworn into the Warminster Township (PA) Police Department.

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Salem Reporter • August 12, 2022

Marion County Jail adding beds, staff to the tune of $2 million annually

A study of three U.S. counties published in January by the Data Collaborative for Justice at John Jay College identified three main factors linked to longer average time people spent in jails.

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Star Tribune Online • August 12, 2022

St. Paul committee prepares to interview candidates for police chief

Sasha Cotton, deputy director for the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay, discussed the importance of diversity on the St. Paul Chief of Police Examining Committee, as they review candidates for the police chief position.

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The Progressive • August 13, 2022

The U.S. Needs a National Plan for Racial Justice

Adjunct Lecturer Ejim Dike wrote an article about the United States' human rights track record in fighting racial discrimination as U.S. delegates appeared before the United Nations’ Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination on August 12.

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Long Beach Herald • August 13, 2022

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Hundreds turn out to honor 9/11 firefighter; He had been on FDNY only nine months

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The Long Beach Department of Parks and Recreation hosts the annual Kiefer Swim, Paddle, Run in memory of John Jay student and New York City firefighter Michael Kiefer, who was killed on 9/11.

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News 12 Westchester Online • August 13, 2022

New Rochelle detective acquitted of criminal charges has more than a dozen disciplinary records

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, a former NYPD detective sergeant, commented on the conduct of a New Rochelle detective who had more than a dozen disciplinary complaints.

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New York Post Online • August 13, 2022

The Bronx accounts for nearly one-third of all NYC murders

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, explained how a lack of quality-of-life enforcement contributes to a rise in homicides in the Bronx.

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New York Sun • August 13, 2022

Cuomo's Flirtation With Trump Points to Opening for a Centrist Democrat

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang explained former NY Governor Andrew Cuomo's political comeback strategy.

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The Washington Post Online • August 14, 2022

A progressive prosecutor clashed with DeSantis. Now he's out of a job.

Alissa Marque Heydari, deputy director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay, discussed the uptick in state legislators and governors attacking prosecutors who are reform-minded.

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NJ.com • August 14, 2022

YouTube 'video vigilantes' say they are coming to N.J. to nab alleged child predators

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt explained why YouTube “video vigilantes” engaging with child sex predators may inadvertently be putting children at risk.

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Portland Press Herald • August 15, 2022

State commission will start meeting this month to discuss possibility of parole in Maine

Professor Kimora explained the benefits of parole in a story about a Maine commission that will study reestablishing it in the state.

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Brookings Institution • August 15, 2022

Lessons from state and local governments

The report "Reducing Violence Without Police: A Review of Research Evidence" from the John Jay Research and Evaluation Center was cited in a study about addressing the root causes of gun violence with funds from the American Rescue Plan.

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