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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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 NBC News Channel - New York Bureau • February 10, 2022

Chancellor Visits John Jay College

John Jay College was the first CUNY college CUNY Chancellor Felix Matos Rodriguez visited to celebrate the return of mostly in-person classes this semester. He joined President Karol V. Mason and Provost Yi Li to meet with students from the Academic Preparation Program for Law Enforcement (APPLE) Corps and lead a discussion in Professor John A. Gutiérrez's Latin American History class.

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Spectrum Noticias NY1 • February 9, 2022

CUNY Celebra Inicio de Semestre Con Clases En Su Mayoría Presenciales

John Jay College was the first CUNY college CUNY Chancellor Felix Matos Rodriguez visited to celebrate the return of mostly in-person classes this semester. He joined President Karol V. Mason and Provost Yi Li to meet with students from the Academic Preparation Program for Law Enforcement (APPLE) Corps and lead a discussion in Professor John A. Gutiérrez's Latin American History class.

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WNJU-TV • February 9, 2022

Noticiero Telemundo 47

John Jay College was the first CUNY college CUNY Chancellor Felix Matos Rodriguez visited to celebrate the return of mostly in-person classes this semester. He joined President Karol V. Mason and Provost Yi Li to meet with students from the Academic Preparation Program for Law Enforcement (APPLE) Corps and lead a discussion in Professor John A. Gutiérrez's Latin American History class.

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WSKA (PBS) • February 6, 2022

New York Now

Erica Bond, the Vice President of Justice Initiatives, commented on the lack of data on pre-trial outcomes before the NYS bail reform passed in 2020.

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News 12 Brooklyn • February 9, 2022

News 12 Brooklyn

John Jay College was the first CUNY college CUNY Chancellor Felix Matos Rodriguez visited to celebrate the return of mostly in-person classes this semester.

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Univision Television Network - New York Bureau • January 19, 2022

"El sistema está roto": experto analiza caso de policía herido tras enfrentamiento con un menor en El Bronx

Adjunct Professor Felipe Rodriguez commented on the shooting of an NYPD officer by a teen in the Belmont neighborhood of the Bronx.

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WNYW-TV • January 31, 2022

Good Day New York

Professor Gregory Sheppard remembered NYPD Officer and John Jay alumnus Wilbert Mora '18 as an exceptional John Jay student.

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CNN Newsroom - CNN • February 1, 2022

Newsroom With Christi Paul and Boris Sanchez: Breyer's Exit Gives Biden Chance to Appoint First Black Woman to Supreme Court

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall debunked the notion that affirmative action will taint the nomination of the first Black woman to the Supreme Court.

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CBC Canada • February 2, 2022

Hausse de la violence armée à New York

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on the rise in gun violence in NYC.

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WINS-AM • February 2, 2022

1010 WINS-AM

Research and Evaluation Center Director Jeffrey Butts discussed the rise in gun violence across the nation and emphasized that local factors are not to blame.

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WINS-AM • February 2, 2022

WINS-AM

Research and Evaluation Center Director Jeffrey Butts discussed crime trends and causal factors of gun crime.

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WINS-AM • February 2, 2022

WINS-AM (short)

Professor Serguei Cheloukhine remembered NYPD Officer and John Jay alumnus Wilbert Mora '18 as an exceptional John Jay student as he was laid to rest at St. Patrick's Cathedral.

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WPIX-TV • February 2, 2022

Sewell's speech at Wilbert Mora's Funeral

NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell promoted NYPD Officer and John Jay alumnus Wilbert Mora '18 posthumously to Detective First Grade.

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Spectrum News NY1 • February 2, 2022

Inside City Hall (Part 2)

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed the New York State legislature's approval of new congressional district maps.

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Spectrum News NY1 • February 2, 2022

Inside City Hall (Part 1)

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed John Jay alumnus and Mayor Eric Adams' dinner date with former Governor Andrew Cuomo.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • February 2, 2022

Closing Arguments - Crime Time (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on a road rage incident in Miami, where a driver was caught on his own dash camera shooting another motorist while driving.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • February 2, 2022

Closing Arguments - Crime Time (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on the LAPD's arrest of man who fired a gun.

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PIX 11 News • February 2, 2022

NYC honors Officer Wilbert Mora at funeral hours after another is shot

NYPD Officer and John Jay alumnus Wilbert Mora '18 was honored as thousands of police officers gathered at his funeral at St. Patrick's Cathedral.

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CGTN America • February 3, 2022

NYC mayor declares gun violence a public health crisis

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maki Haberfeld commented on the implementation of Mayor Eric Adams' gun violence plan.

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WNYW-TV • February 3, 2022

THE 5 O'CLOCK NEWS

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, discussed the investigative techniques the NYPD used to apprehend the suspects charged with selling actor Michael K. Williams fentanyl-laced heroin.

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WNYW-TV • February 5, 2022

The 10 O'Clock News

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, discussed the investigative techniques the NYPD used to apprehend the suspects charged with selling actor Michael K. Williams fentanyl-laced heroin.

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C-SPAN2 • February 6, 2022

About Books

This episodet features Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson talking about her newly released book, "Smashing Statues: The Rise and Fall of America's Public Monuments."

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C-SPAN • February 8, 2022

Q&A - Erin Thompson

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson, author of "Smashing Statues," talked about the history of American monuments, the motivations for putting them up, and ongoing debates over which ones should be taken down.

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WVON-AM • February 9, 2022

Midday Maddness with Perri Small

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall gave an in-depth interview about voter restrictions and the Republican effort to redistrict areas heavily populated by people of color.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • February 9, 2022

Unsolved Casefiles (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on the fatal shooting of Amir Locke by a SWAT officer in the Minneapolis Police Department while executing a no-knock search warrant.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • February 9, 2022

Unsolved Casefiles (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on comedian Bob Saget's accidental cause of death from head trauma.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • February 9, 2022

Closing Arguments - Crime Time (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on the Flagler County Sheriff's office using K9 and air support to apprehend a car thief.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • February 9, 2022

Closing Arguments - Crime Time (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on a Hillsborough sheriff's deputy who shot an 88-year old man during a welfare check.

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WNYC-FM • February 11, 2022

WNYC-FM

Adjunct Professor and Master Instructor at the NYPD Police Academy Keith Ross discussed the managerial problems that plagued the disbanded NYPD plainclothes unit.

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12 News at 9pm - KPNX-TV • February 14, 2022

A Mesa police officer has been investigated multiple times

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maki Haberfeld commented on the Mesa Police Department's failure to terminate a sergeant for misconduct.

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WNYC-FM • February 14, 2022

Morning Edition

Professor Emerita Dorothy Schulz discussed police presence in the subway after Michele Go was fatally pushed by a mentally ill homeless man.

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INSIDER • January 29, 2021

EXCLUSIVE: Netflix paid fake heiress Anna Sorokin $320,000 for its show about her, and she's already used the money to pay off her victims

Criminal defense attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, explained the legal maneuvers convicted fraudster Anna Sorokin could have taken to hold onto her Netflix payment for the rights to her life story.

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Burlington Free Press • February 1, 2022

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Do VT colleges offer a path to greater wealth? What new ranking shows

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According to a new study by the public policy organization Third Way, John Jay College ranks number 10 in the nation for providing a pathway to economic mobility for low- and moderate-income graduates.

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The News Journal • February 1, 2022

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What's driving carjacking rise?; Experts say uptick in this 'crime of opportunity' in Delaware is also happening around the country

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Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, discussed the rise and scope of carjacking incidents.

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QC Times • February 1, 2022

Unpopular Opinion: Airbnb Has Become Terrible

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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News Nation Now • February 1, 2022

Abrams calls out CNN on police misconduct show after deaths

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, criticized a CNN documentary on policing for failing to accurately depict the dangers police face.

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KGW-TV Online • February 1, 2022

Community waits for answers after Clark County deputy fatally shoots off-duty Vancouver Police officer

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on the tragic shooting of off-duty Officer Donald Sahota by a uniformed county sheriff's deputy who mistook him for an armed robbery suspect.

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Journal of the American Statistical Association Online • February 1, 2022

The Demand for Literacy Training on Quantitative Public Health Data

Associate Professor of Sociology Janice Johnson Dias helped to develop the Quantitative Public Health Data Literacy (QPHDL) course to address the gap in both quantitative literacy and public health disparities between white people and people of color.

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WNBC-TV Online • February 1, 2022

NYC Comes Together to Mourn Again at Public Wake for Slain NYPD Officer Wilbert Mora

Professor Irina Zakirova remembered fallen hero NYPD Officer and John Jay alumnus Wilbert Mora '18 as an exceptional John Jay student as crowds gathered at his wake.

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Associated Press • February 1, 2022

2nd trial in Floyd killing centers clash of duty, cop code

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the types of punishment police officers face for misconduct.

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Newsday Online • February 1, 2022

Wake for slain NYPD Officer Wilbert Mora

Crowds gathered at the wake of fallen hero Police Officer and John Jay alumnus Wilbert Mora '18.

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Le Matin Online • February 2, 2022

Etats-Unis – La balle perdue, cette tueuse en série

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, discussed the frequency of and public opinion on stray bullet deaths.

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Columbia Spectator • February 2, 2022

West Harlem bishop accused of violating fiduciary duties and pocketing almost $1 million in sale of historic church

Adjunct Assistant Professor Dr. Keith Taylor, chair of the Landmarks committee for Harlem Community Board 10, explained the need for substantive protections when it comes to million-dollar real estate deals.

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WNBC-TV Online • February 2, 2022

Emotions High as NYPD Mourns 2nd Officer in Week at St. Patrick's Cathedral Funeral

Professor Irina Zakirova remembered NYPD Officer and John Jay alumnus Wilbert Mora '18 as an exceptional John Jay student.

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New York Daily News Online • February 2, 2022

Joe Rogan's not Black - or is he?

Professor of Africana Studies and publisher of Black Star News Milton Allimadi wrote an op-ed about podcast host Joe Rogan's problematic comments on blackness, skin tones, and racial categories.

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Globovision.com • February 2, 2022

Mueren tres personas en dos tiroteos ocurridos en centros educativos de Estados Unidos

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, commented on the frequency of mass shootings in the United States.

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The New York Times Online • February 2, 2022

How those who knew Officer Mora have remembered his life.

Professor Irina Zakirova remembered NYPD Officer and John Jay alumnus Wilbert Mora '18 as an exceptional John Jay student.

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The New York Times Online • February 2, 2022

Thousands are expected for officer's funeral, the second in five days.

Professors Irina Zakirova and Gregory Sheppard remembered John Jay alumnus & NYPD police officer Wilbert Mora ‘18 as an exceptional student.

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Spectrum News NY1 Online • February 2, 2022

Funeral for NYPD Detective Wilbert Mora held at St. Patrick's Cathedral

NYPD Officer and John Jay alumnus Wilbert Mora '18 was honored as thousands of police officers gathered at his funeral at St. Patrick's Cathedral.

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Associated Press • February 2, 2022

NYC Honors Officer at Funeral Hours After Another Is Shot - Hamodia.com

Thousands of police officers saluted NYPD Officer and John Jay alumnus Wilbert Mora '18 at his funeral at St. Patrick's Cathedral.

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News 12 Westchester Online • February 2, 2022

ALERT CENTER: "It was all he ever wanted to do." NYC honors Detective Wilbert Mora

NYPD Officer and John Jay alumnus Wilbert Mora '18 was honored as thousands of police officers gathered at his funeral at St. Patrick's Cathedral.

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Gothamist • February 2, 2022

NYPD Officer Wilbert Mora Remembered As 'Colossal Symbol Of Promise'

Professor Irina Zakirova remembered fallen hero NYPD Police Officer and John Jay alumnus Wilbert Mora '18's final paper on policing as thousands gathered at his funeral.

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Salem Reporter • February 2, 2022

Gov. Brown appoints two judges to Marion County Circuit Court

John Jay alumnus Erious Johnson, a Salem-based discrimination and civil rights attorney, was appointed as a Circuit Judge in Marion County.

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Le Journal de Montréal En ligne / Online • February 2, 2022

À New York, le maire Eric Adams en première ligne contre la violence

Research and Evaluation Center Director Jeffrey Butts commented on the measures John Jay alumnus Mayor Eric Adams should take to combat gun violence.

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Telemundo Las Vegas • February 2, 2022

NY da último adiós a policía baleado durante altercado doméstico

John Jay alumnus and NYPD Officer Wilbert Mora '18 was honored as thousands of police officers gathered at his funeral at St. Patrick's Cathedral.

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CBS News Online • February 2, 2022

Slain NYPD officer Wilbert Mora honored with hero's funeral

Thousands of police officers saluted John Jay alumnus and NYPD Detective Wilbert Mora '18 at his funeral at St. Patrick's Cathedral.

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WNJU-TV Online • February 2, 2022

Con dolor familiares del oficial Wilbert Mora reflexionan sobre su vida durante el funeral: "te amamos siempre"

Professor Irina Zakirova remembered fallen hero Police Officer Wilbert Mora '18 as an exceptional John Jay student.

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Tampa Bay Times Online • February 2, 2022

In picking Tampa's police chief, mayor has much to weigh

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained why appointing former Tampa police Assistant Chief Mary O'Connor as Tampa police chief would be problematic.

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Quartz • February 2, 2022

No, the US does't have $30 trillion in debt

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason explained the true amount of debt the United States federal government has and how pandemic spending contributed to it.

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WPIX-TV Online • February 3, 2022

NYC honors Officer Wilbert Mora at funeral hours after another is shot

Thousands of police officers saluted NYPD Officer and John Jay alumnus Wilbert Mora '18 at his funeral at St. Patrick's Cathedral.

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The Courier-Journal • February 3, 2022

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Career in corrections makes me advocate for Bail Project

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Mark Bolton, who serves on the board of the Data Collaborative for Justice at John Jay College, wrote an op-ed criticizing HB 313, a bill that would make it illegal for charities to assist people who are too poor to afford cash bail.

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The Democrat and Chronicle Online • February 3, 2022

Gun violence on the minds of New York teens as President Biden comes to town

Associate Professor Chris Herrmann, a former NYPD crime analyst supervisor, discussed the factors that strained relationships between the police department and communities across the country.

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Smithsonian Online • February 3, 2022

Meet the Indigenous Activist Who Toppled Minnesota's Christopher Columbus Statue

Associate Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson wrote an article about Bad River Anishinaabe activist Mike Forcia toppling the statue of Christopher Columbus in Minnesota in summer 2020.

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Los Angeles Times Online • February 3, 2022

Biden to embrace New York's new mayor, and his approach to rising crime

Associate Professor of Political Science Brian Arbour discussed how President Biden's support for police funding and reform efforts will affect the President politically.

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Newsday Online • February 3, 2022

Slain NYPD Officer Wilbert Mora remembered as a giant 'teddy bear,' rising star at funeral

Thousands of police officers saluted  NYPD Officer and John Jay alumnus Wilbert Mora '18 at his funeral at St. Patrick's Cathedral.

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USA Today Online • February 3, 2022

How much does that job pay? New laws across the country are helping job applicants find out

Associate Professor of Economics Michelle Holder, president and CEO of the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, explained why women and people of color have historically been offered significantly lower salaries than their white male counterparts.

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New York Post Online • February 3, 2022

Two toddlers give touching tribute to fallen NYPD officer Wilbert Mora

Two toddlers in a tiny NYPD car gave a heartwarming tribute to slain Officer and John Jay alumnus Wilbert Mora '18 during his funeral procession at St. Patrick's Cathedral.

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NewsAmericasNow.com • February 3, 2022

Caribbean News - Murdered Caribbean Immigrant Officer Funeralized

NYPD Officer and John Jay alumnus Wilbert Mora '18 was honored as thousands of police officers gathered at his funeral at St. Patrick's Cathedral.

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Queens Chronicle - Central Edition - Online • February 3, 2022

Adams plan needs pols' support

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained the political obstacles John Jay alumnus Mayor Eric Adams faces in order to execute his anti-gun violence plan.

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PA Times • February 3, 2022

The Supreme Court-Is Reform Possible?

Adjunct Professor of Public Administration Stephen R. Rolandi wrote an article about the Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court of the United States' final report on Supreme Court reform.

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WPTV-TV Online • February 3, 2022

Boca Raton mother shot to death in Coconut Creek; Officers' actions questioned

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maria “Maki” Haberfeld analyzed video and commented on the Coconut Creek's police use of force after fatally shooting a woman in a stolen vehicle.

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amNewYork METRO Online • February 3, 2022

A city's loss, a family's pain: New York mourns slain Police Officer Wilbert Mora at heartbreaking St. Patrick's Cathedral funeral

Thousands of police officers saluted NYPD Officer and John Jay alumnus Wilbert Mora '18 at his funeral at St. Patrick's Cathedral.

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Spectrum News NY1 Online • February 4, 2022

Manhattan DA outlines tougher stance on gun crimes in new memo

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, criticized Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg's bail policy on people who were arrested for the felony of illegally possessing a loaded firearm.

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Catholic New York Online • February 4, 2022

Det. Mora Remembered for Love of Family, Friends and New York

Thousands of police officers saluted NYPD Officer and John Jay alumnus Wilbert Mora '18 at his funeral at St. Patrick's Cathedral.

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WSTM-TV Online • February 4, 2022

Biden outlines new steps to confront gun violence

Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Public Management Department, explained why it is problematic to focus on gun crime as way to reduce violence overall.

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Slate • February 4, 2022

The Fate of Joe Biden's Presidency Is Now in This Guy's Hands

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason explained the Federal Reserve's capabilities and limitations in managing the economy.

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The Village Voice • February 4, 2022

Social Justice and the City: Citizen Action of New York Seeks Progressives

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang explained the main voter groups that the politically progressive organization Citizen Action of New York hopes to draw into their lobbying efforts.

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The News & Observer Online • February 4, 2022

What we know about the Raleigh officers involved in fatal shooting of man on I-440

Adjunct Assistant Professor Dr. Keith Taylor analyzed body camera footage and commented on Raleigh police's use of force after they tasered and shot a knife-wielding man involved in a crash on Interstate 440.

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NewsNation • February 4, 2022

Morning In America with Adrienne

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, analyzed the Amir Locke body-cam video early in the ongoing investigation.

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The Catholic Virginian • February 4, 2022

Emotional tributes recall NYPD officer's dedication, love of life, family

NYPD Officer and John Jay alumnus Wilbert Mora '18 was honored as thousands of police officers gathered at his funeral at St. Patrick's Cathedral.

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Gothamist • February 4, 2022

Nassau Police Say "Non-Residents" Are Causing Racial Disparity In Enforcement - Data Suggest Otherwise

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed possible reasons that explain the racial disparities in pat-downs, arrests, and traffic stops in Nassau County.

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News Nation Now • February 5, 2022

What is a no-knock warrant and why do police use them?

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, explained why police departments use no-knock warrants.

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the ticker • February 5, 2022

Nearly 50 CUNY students intern for Mayor Eric Adams's transition team

49 CUNY students had the opportunity to assist John Jay alumnus Mayor Eric Adams' administration on policy and research.

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LaPresse.ca • February 5, 2022

Embargo contre Cuba: les 60 ans d'un « échec total »

Professor and Chair of Latin American Studies Lisandro Pérez explained how Presidents Biden and Obama have handled Cuba and how to attract the Cuban-American vote.

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New York Online • February 5, 2022

The Risks of Overselling Violence Interruption

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, commented on the effectiveness of violence interrupter programs.

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The New York Times Online • February 5, 2022

This Police Captain's Plan to Stop Gun Violence Uses More Than Handcuffs

Adjunct Professor James Mulvaney commented on a police captain's new program which pays teenagers at risk of being involved in gun violence to attend weekly therapy meetings.

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Sun - The Sun Online • February 5, 2022

Why Gabby murder case isn't closed as evidence could blow probe open

Former FBI special agent and Coordinator of John Jay's Fraud Examination and Financial Forensics Program David Shapiro explained what happens before the FBI officially closes a case.

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Spectrum News NY1 Online • February 5, 2022

NYPD morale dwindles amid job pressures

Associate Professor Heath Grant discussed police burnout.

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The Gainesville Sun • February 6, 2022

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Port Salerno man on path to success; He's trying to get back on track after incarceration

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Research and Evaluation Center Director Jeffrey Butts explained how the criminal justice system cripples formerly incarcerated people trying to re-enter society.

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NBC News • February 6, 2022

Vermont mother outraged over police response to teen in crisis

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on police use of force during the arrest of a Vermont teen with behavioral issues.

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Diverse: Issues in Higher Education • February 7, 2022

Stranded Credits from Students with Debt. Is a Bigger Shift Starting?

John Jay alumna Lisa Nishimura discussed how transcript withholding affected her and CUNY's new policy to stop withholding transcripts from students who owe CUNY schools.

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HAPPENINGNEXT • February 7, 2022

Dawn Drake | Groove, New York, NY | February 8, 2022

Dawn Drake, Professor of Caribbean Music at John Jay College and leader of the band ZapOte, a tropical pop ensemble, performed live at Groove in Manhattan.

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The OregonLive • February 7, 2022

'Bad Goes to Worse Goes to Tragic:' It Will Take Weeks to Sort Out Crucial Questions in Rare Police-on-Police Shooting of Vancouver Officer

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on the tragic shooting of off-duty Officer Donald Sahota by a uniformed county sheriff's deputy who mistook him for an armed robbery suspect.

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Tampa Bay Times • February 7, 2022

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Tampa Bay women found love online. The scam cost them 'everything'; Floridians reported losing $40.1 million to romance scams in 2020. These women are dealing with the fallout years later.

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Professor of Psychology Chitra Raghavan explained how romantic behaviors can transform into a manipulative dating practice known as “love bombing."

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Niagara Falls Review Online • February 7, 2022

Advice | How can online daters know they're being hustled by love bombers? Ask Ellie

Psychology Professor Chitra Raghavan's interview with The New York Times was cited in an article on love-bombing.

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Associated Press • February 7, 2022

Black colleges alarmed by bomb threats, but undeterred

Professors Robert McCrie and Warren Eller discussed terrorism on university campuses.

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Shine My Crown • February 7, 2022

Ilyasah Shabazz Requests Congressional Probe into the Assassination of Malcolm X

Adjunct Professor of Africana Studies Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of Malcolm X, called for a congressional investigation into the 1965 slaying of her father.

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The Root • February 7, 2022

FBI Continues to Investigate the HBCU Bomb Threats

Professors Robert McCrie and Warren Eller discussed terrorism on university campuses.

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New York Post Online • February 7, 2022

DA Alvin Bragg's Harlem neighbors say they're terrified of local recent crime

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the rise in crime in Harlem.

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St. Louis Post-Dispatch Online • February 8, 2022

Drops in St. Louis violent crime not greater in Cure Violence areas last year, analysis shows

A 2020 report from the John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center on violence interrupters was cited in an article about the decline in homicides and gun assaults in Cure Violence neighborhoods in St. Louis.

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Marin Independent Journal • February 8, 2022

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THE COUNTY; Agencies in Marin report falloff in property crimes

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Associate Professor Chris Herrmann, a former NYPD crime analyst supervisor, discussed the data on mob thefts of high-end retail stores.

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New York Daily News Online • February 8, 2022

Can NYC police our way out of this?

Professor Emeritus Eli Silverman co-wrote an article on the strengths and weaknesses of John Jay alumnus Mayor Eric Adams' “Blueprint to End Gun Violence” plan.

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The Pitch Online • February 8, 2022

Erin L. Thompson's Smashing Statues explores our national reckoning with monuments

Associate Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson discussed her newly released book “Smashing Statues: The Rise and Fall of America's Public Monuments."

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National Memo • February 8, 2022

House Republicans Now Whine About Debt They Helped To Create

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason clarified that the federal government does not actually owe $30 trillion.

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WABC-TV Online • February 8, 2022

Elderly couple attacked by third-party delivery driver, Amazon insists it's not at fault

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, commented on the merits of an elderly couple's lawsuit against Amazon, after they were attacked by a third-party delivery driver.

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News Nation Now • February 9, 2022

Suspect says he will turn himself in, fires at officers instead | Dan Abrams Live

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, discussed how a Gilroy police officer responded to a man who called himself in and then opened fire when police arrived.

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The Spirit • February 9, 2022

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Others Talked. Jack Stollsteimer Made it Happen; OPINION

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David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Community, discussed the leadership challenges he faced while trying to implement the Group Violence Intervention model in Chester.

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Newsday • February 9, 2022

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NYPD: City crime fueled by larcenies

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Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the spike in grand larcenies in NYC this year as compared to the same period last year.

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Oakland News Now • February 9, 2022

Jaxon Sales Death Must Be Investigated By San Francisco Police SFPD and Chief Medical Examiner

Professor of Psychology Kevin Nadal called for the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) and the San Francisco Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (SF OCME) to investigate the death of Jaxon Sales, a gay man of color who was found dead from a date rape drug overdose.

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FOX News Channel Online • February 9, 2022

Don't buy the hype, 'Rogue' prosecutors driving violent crime surge not guns: Expert

Research and Evaluation Center Director Jeffrey Butts debunked the link between the violent crime surge and progressive city prosecutors.

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The Daily Mail Online • February 9, 2022

Ex-federal prosecutor slams liberal DAs across the US for spike in violent crime and says their 'soft' policies are driving the surge: 'It's a red herring to focus on guns rather than how to enforce the law and hold criminals accountable'

Research and Evaluation Center Director Jeffrey Butts debunked the link between the violent crime surge and progressive city prosecutors.

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Herald-Standard • February 10, 2022

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Virtual, live events happening throughout region for Black History Month

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Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall gave a virtual lecture on her book “She Took Justice: The Black Woman, Law and Power,” which explores the lives of various Black women from 1619 to 1969 and how they sought justice.

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The Boston Globe Online • February 10, 2022

For some, report on Mass. traffic stops shows stubborn racial biases persist in policing

Research and Evaluation Center Director Jeffrey Butts commented on a new Massachusetts state report which found that motorists of color were subjected to more searches than white drivers during stops made by State Police.

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The Epoch Times-Chicago Edition Online • February 10, 2022

New Anti-Crime Unit Helps, But NYC Mayor Must Not Recoil in Times of Pressure, Policing Experts Say

Adjunct Professors Joe Giacalone, Alfred Titus Jr. and Keith Ross discussed the NYPD's plainclothes anti-crime unit, how politics affected it, and how those police officers confiscated illegal guns.

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Honolulu Civil Beat • February 10, 2022

Experts Say HPD Report Fails To Review Tactics Used In Deadly 2020 Standoff

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins criticized the Honolulu Police Department report on a deadly police standoff for failing to address how future tragedies could be avoided.

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The Pew Charitable Trusts • February 10, 2022

Rising Gun Deaths Push Cities to Shore Up Police and Services

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, discussed the strengths and weaknesses of John Jay alumnus Mayor Eric Adams' “Blueprint to End Gun Violence” plan.

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Atlanta Journal-Constitution Online • February 10, 2022

Lawrenceville PD mired in sexual harassment scandal

Shamus Smith, an adjunct professor at John Jay College and a former New York City Police Department officer, reviewed  and commented on the internal investigative report on Lawrenceville Police Department.

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Bronx Times Reporter Online • February 10, 2022

CUNY faculty-led protests held in the Bronx promise to continue ramping up speed – Bronx Times

John Jay adjunct lecturer Olivia Wood discussed several pandemic-related workplace and labor problems at CUNY.

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Cheddar News • February 10, 2022

Inflation Numbers Are Up, but Economists Say Take Them With a Grain of Salt

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason explained the rise in wages in relation to the rise in prices in the current economy.

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Who What Why • February 10, 2022

NYC Deploys Mental Health First Responders to 911 Calls

Dr. Jeffrey Coots, Director of the From Punishment to Public Health initiative based at John Jay, explained why police are not the best option for handling people with mental illnesses.

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Market Realist • February 10, 2022

Convicted Con Artist Anna Delvey 'Never Had a Fraudulent Intent'

Criminal defense attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, explained the legal maneuvers fraudster Anna Sorokin could have taken in order to hold onto her Netflix payment for the rights to her life story.

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Herald-Sun Online • February 10, 2022

Experts, activists weigh in on the video of Raleigh police shooting of Daniel Turcios

Adjunct Professor Shamus W. Smith '05, a retired NYPD police officer, analyzed body camera footage and commented on Raleigh police's use of force after they tasered and shot a man wielding a knife, who was involved in a crash on Interstate 440.

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New York Post Online • February 11, 2022

Love scams skyrocketing, cost Floridians $40M annually

Professor of Psychology Chitra Raghavan gave advice on how people can avoid being victimized by love-related fraud online.

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NBC News • February 11, 2022

Dash camera video shows Anchorage police officers fatally shooting man

Professor Dennis Kenney discussed the police use of force after three Anchorage officers fatally shot a man armed with a BB gun.

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WSTM-TV Online • February 11, 2022

Syracuse Police Department to begin training officers in Jiu-Jitsu

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on police officers using Jiu-Jitsu to diffuse tense situations.

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The Washington Post Online • February 11, 2022

These police departments want you to celebrate Valentine's Day by turning in your ex

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maki Haberfeld criticized multiple police departments for their Valentine's Day campaigns encouraging people to turn in their exes.

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FOX News Channel Online • February 11, 2022

Massive crime spike stems from social unrest, COVID lockdowns destabilizing communities: expert

Research and Evaluation Center Director Jeffrey Butts discussed gun control and how to combat the flow of illegal guns.

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The California Sun • February 11, 2022

Whitney Houston death: How did Whitney Houston die?

Professor Emeritus of Forensic Science Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed Whitney Houston's autopsy report.

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The Guardian (US) • February 11, 2022

New York's subways are safe statistically – but that's not the full story

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, explained why the NYC subway is safe despite violent crime incidents.

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WNYC-AM Online • February 11, 2022

What's in a NYPD Uniform?

Adjunct Professor and Master Instructor at the NYPD Police Academy Keith Ross gave an in-depth interview about the history of the plainclothes unit and how what officers wear can change their interactions with the public.

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Curbed - New York • February 11, 2022

Shoplifters Aren't the Reason New York's Chain Pharmacies Are Closing

Associate Professor Chris Herrmann, a former NYPD crime analyst supervisor, explained why the data he sees proves that pharmacy closures are not due to shoplifting.

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Women's Health Online • February 11, 2022

What Is Fake Heiress Anna Delvey's Net Worth? Here's How The Convicted Fraudster Made Money After Prison

Criminal defense attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, explained the legal maneuvers convicted fraudster Anna Sorokin could have taken in order to hold onto her Netflix payment for the rights to her life story.

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INSIDER • February 11, 2022

How to cope with antisocial personality disorder, the rare condition that causes violence and lying

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic explained antisocial personality disorder.

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FOX News Channel Online • February 11, 2022

NYC shootings leave 23 people injured over 5 days, including 10 victims struck in single day, police say

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the spike in shootings in NYC and Mayor Adams' plans to help endangered youth.

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The New Yorker Online • February 12, 2022

Don't Panic About Inflation

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason explained what is causing inflation in the US economy today.

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Star Tribune Online • February 12, 2022

Cleveland police shooting shows need for thorough screening of prospective officers

Associate Professor John DeCarlo discussed police recruitment in a story about a Cleveland officer who shot and killed a 12-year-old boy, after his former supervisor at another police department recommended firing him.

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Salisbury Post • February 13, 2022

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After success in other NC cities, councilman works to bring cure violence model to Salisbury

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A 2020 report from the John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center on violence interrupters was cited in an article about bringing the cure violence model to Salisbury, North Carolina.

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Bloomberg Law • February 14, 2022

Don't Blame Bail Reform for a Rise in Violent Crime-Just Fix It

Professor Candace McCoy wrote an op-ed arguing for a tweak to the bail reform law. She emphasized that data does not support claims that bail reform is responsible for a recent uptick in violent crime.

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Gothamist • February 14, 2022

Straphangers speak out a month after fatal subway shoving

Professor Emerita Dorothy Schulz discussed police presence in the subway after Michele Go was fatally pushed by a mentally ill homeless man.

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The Daily Beast • February 14, 2022

Chilling Video Shows Moments Before New Yorker Was Stabbed to Death in Her Own Apartment

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans.

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Listín Diario Online • February 14, 2022

Consulado Dominicano en Nueva York reconoce tres dominicanos

The Consulate of the Dominican Republic in New York recognized John Jay alumna and Telemundo news anchor Rosarina Bretón for her outstanding work in promoting the Dominican Republic..

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WFPL-FM - Online • February 14, 2022

Activists concerned over bills that take aim at charitable bail funds – 89.3 WFPL News Louisville

A report from the Data Collaborative for Justice was cited on racial disparities in jail admissions in Louisville.

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San Francisco Chronicle Online • February 14, 2022

Oakland homicides hit a similar inflection point a decade ago - then violence plummeted. Can it happen again?

David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Community, commented on the number of factors people attribute to the rise in mass shootings across America currently.

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FOX News Channel Online • February 14, 2022

NYC shootings double in one-week period compared to 2021, police data show

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the spike in homicides in NYC this winter as compared to the same period last year and in the 1990s.

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Lancaster Farming - Online • February 15, 2022

Americans' Hunger for Land Squeezes Small Farms

Professor of Community Justice and Social Economic Development Jessica Gordon Nembhard was a keynote speaker at Pasa Sustainable Agriculture's annual conference where she spoke about how African Americans established collectively owned businesses in the Jim Crow era.

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News 12 Long Island • February 15, 2022

Laundrie's final autopsy released, shows his body was eaten by animals in reserve

Professor and former NYPD lieutenant Ralph Cilento commented on the death of Brian Laundrie, from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.

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AFP Brasil • February 15, 2022

Juiz rejeitará processo de Sarah Palin contra o New York Times

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, commented on former Alaska governor Sarah Palin's chances of winning her libel lawsuit against The New York Times.

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AFT Voices • February 15, 2022

Honoring enslaved people's history

The Northeast Slavery Records Index, created by Professors Ned Benton and Judy-Lynne Peters identified more than 150 pieces of artwork depicting slaves and slaveholders. Benton and Peters discussed how their project expanded from just New York City to the entire Northeast.

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Star Online • February 15, 2022

A gender problem: Why aren't female cops getting a fair shot?

Professor Emerita Dorothy Moses Schulz, the first female captain of the Conrail Police, the predecessor to Metro North, explained why gender pay disparities exist in policing.

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Philadelphia Inquirer Online • February 15, 2022

Philadelphia police response times have gotten 4 minutes longer, about 20% worse

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on slow 911 response times and how police departments can better manage calls.

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Latin Business Today • February 15, 2022

Lumina's newest Racial Justice and Equity Fund grants bring awards in 2021-22 to nearly $10M

Lumina Foundation has awarded the John Jay College Institute for Justice and Opportunity a grant to address barriers formerly incarcerated individuals face which prevent them from obtaining a quality education after high school.

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