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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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CNN • July 18, 2022

CNN Newsroom With Ana Cabrera

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, discussed the systemic policing failures that occurred during the Robb Elementary shooting in Uvalde.

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WNYW-TV • July 18, 2022

THE 5 O'CLOCK NEWS

Professor of constitutional law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall discussed how Christianity has influenced the Supreme Court after the overturning of Roe v. Wade.

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Spectrum News NY1 • July 19, 2022

Mornings on 1

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on how the number of auto thefts today in NYC compare to in the 1990s.

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WCBS-TV • July 21, 2022

CBS 2 News at 5pm

Tzvia Waronker, a John Jay student, worked with NYC councilwoman Inna Vernikov to address the antiSemitic acts on CUNY campuses.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • July 21, 2022

Closing Arguments (Part 2)

Professor Emeritus Lawrence Kobilinsky explained the challenges prosecutors face in preserving DNA evidence for the defense.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • July 21, 2022

Closing Arguments (Part 1)

Professor Emeritus Lawrence Kobilinsky explained how the prosecution will forensically analyze hair and duct tape in the Daybell murder case.

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WNYW-TV • July 26, 2022

The 10 O'Clock News

Two teenagers released from jail after a violent brawl with NYPD officers on the subway, prompted Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, to emphasize the need to revisit bail reform.

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WINS-AM • July 27, 2022

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Adjunct Assistant Professor Carl Bornstein, a former federal and state prosecutor, discussed the Justice Department's investigation of former President Donald Trump as part of its criminal probe into his efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

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WNYW-TV • July 29, 2022

THE 5 O'CLOCK NEWS

Michael Rempel, Director of John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice (DCJ), explained why the increase in repeat offenders, particularly for burglaries, grand larcenies, and auto thefts, is not because of the bail reform laws.

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WCBS-AM • July 29, 2022

WCBS-NY 880 (Radio)

Michael Rempel, Director of John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice (DCJ), explained why the increase in repeat offenders, particularly for burglaries, grand larcenies, and auto thefts, is not because of the bail reform laws.

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1010 WINS Online • July 12, 2022

Beyond Black History Month - Are violence interrupters more effective than police?

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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Staten Island Advance Online • July 16, 2022

New gun control law: Retired New York peace officers have less conceal carry rights

John Driscoll, a former adjunct assistant professor, discussed why retired peace officers are not allowed to carry guns in restricted locations under the New York's latest gun control package.

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New York Post Online • July 16, 2022

No sex in the city: Public shagging going extinct in NYC

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, commented on the decline in public lewdness summonses and street crime in NYC.

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The Buffalo News • July 18, 2022

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Hochul won't relent in stripping us of our rights

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Carl Paladino, a Republican candidate for Congress, cited Professor Adam Scott Wandt's comments about the new NYS gun law banning guns in sensitive locations and requiring applicants’ social media accounts in an article criticizing NYS Democrats.

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WABC-TV Online • July 18, 2022

The Countdown: New report on police response to Uvalde school shooting & Kimora interview Part 2 (at end)

Professor Kimora discussed drug use and the deaths of incarcerated individuals in Rikers Island jails and why the word "inmate" is problematic.

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Canada Free Press • July 18, 2022

NASCAR Driver Bobby East Killed by Violent Felon Who Should Have Been in Prison

Professor Emeritus Barry Latzer explained why NY's 2020 bail reform law is bad for public safety.

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WHAV • July 18, 2022

De Peña Appoints Rodriguez as Lawrence ADA Coordinator

John Jay alumnus and attorney Richard Rodriguez was named ADA coordinator for the City of Lawrence.

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Reason Online • July 18, 2022

Uvalde Shooting Report Undermines Calls To Ban Guns and 'Back the Blue'

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell cautioned against being too critical of the police officers who responded to the Uvalde elementary school shooting.

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The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education • July 18, 2022

Six Black Scholars Who Have Been Appointed to Dean Positions Filed in Breaking News on July 18, 2022

Associate Provost for Undergraduate Retention and Dean of Undergraduate Studies Dr. Dara N. Byrne will be the fourth dean of the Macaulay Honors College at the City University of New York.

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WLOS-TV Online • July 18, 2022

Chaos, confusion, lack of leadership plagued Uvalde response, report finds

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins criticized Uvalde Schools Police Chief Pete Arredondo for failing to lead during the Robb Elementary School shooting.

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New York Post Online • July 18, 2022

Major crime skyrockets 37% in NYC, NYPD data shows

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on why there has been an increase in major violent crimes.

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KPCC-FM Online • July 18, 2022

Report Emphasizes Uvalde Shooting Response As A Systemic Failure. How Do We Prevent It From Happening Again?

Maria “Maki” Haberfeld, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice, gave an in-depth interview on the exhaustive report investigating law enforcement's response to the Uvalde school shooting.

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Quad-City Times • July 19, 2022

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'He always shows up': Next Davenport police chief Jeff Bladel aims to emphasize crime analytics, prevention efforts

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The City of Davenport implemented the Group Violence Intervention strategy developed by David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay.

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Associated Press • July 19, 2022

Two decades of shooter response strategy ignored in Uvalde

Maria “Maki” Haberfeld, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice, criticized the police response to the Uvalde school shooting.

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The OregonLive • July 19, 2022

Portland should adopt controls for ShotSpotter, including officer bias training and data transparency, community group says

David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Communities, reviewed Portland's Community Oversight Group report on using ShotSpotter technology.

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KDVR-TV Online • July 19, 2022

Questions linger after Denver Police shooting wounds 5

Professor Dennis Kenney commented on how the Denver Police responded to an armed individual.

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Metro New York Online • July 19, 2022

Gun violence leads community groups to take bolder action – Metro Philadelphia

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 Boston Globe Online • July 19, 2022

In Boston, two police unions sue city over crowd control reforms

John Driscoll, a former Adjunct Assistant Professor and NYPD police captain, criticized a Boston law that limits law enforcement's use of chemical agents to control crowds.

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Asheville Citizen-Times • July 20, 2022

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'No end in sight'; Low staffing behind more than $2 million spent on overtime for Asheville police in 2-year span

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Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney explained why staffing issues are more of a concern at the Asheville Police Department than overtime pay and hours.

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World Journal • July 20, 2022

紐約今年重案飆升近4 法拉盛華社治安最差 | 世界新聞網

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on why there has been an increase in major violent crimes.

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New York Post Online • July 20, 2022

Major crime skyrockets 37% in NYC, NYPD data shows

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on why there has been an increase in major violent crimes.

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Forbes Online • July 21, 2022

Third Way Updates Its Economic Mobility Index Ratings Of American Colleges

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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ETFdb • July 21, 2022

Understanding the Labor(ed) Inflation Discourse

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason commented on the complex factors causing inflation in the US economy today.

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FOX News Channel Online • July 21, 2022

President Biden's $37B anti-crime proposal fails to address real police concerns, experts say

Maria “Maki” Haberfeld, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice, explained why President Biden's $37 billion proposal that aims to invest in police departments falls short of addressing real issues facing law enforcement.

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The Dallas Weekly • July 21, 2022

The Case of Ladamonyon Hall and Where It Is Today

Maria “Maki” Haberfeld, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice, discussed spit hood safety.

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The Dallas Weekly • July 21, 2022

The False Promise of Police

Maria “Maki” Haberfeld, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice, discussed police training in the United States.

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The Courier-Journal • July 22, 2022

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A wanted felon in a crowd: Should LMPD have tried to serve a warrant at Shawnee Park?

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Adjunct Professor Shamus Smith, a former training instructor with the NYPD, commented on the tactics the Louisville Metro police used to arrest a wanted man at a public park.

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Tampa Bay Newswire • July 22, 2022

USF professors participate in Center for PAInT's museum studies initiative in Montgomery, Ala.

Professor of constitutional law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall gave the keynote address at the Civil Rights Museum Studies event hosted by the University of South Florida.

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The New York Times Online • July 22, 2022

G.O.P. Assails N.Y. Bail Laws After Suspect in Zeldin Attack Is Released

Data Collaborative for Justice Director Michael Rempel and Policy Director Krystal Rodriguez contributed background for this story.

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The Riverdale Press Online • July 22, 2022

Eric Dinowitz hopes to help CUNY students - especially Jewish ones - feel safe on campus

Jewish students at John Jay discussed antisemitism on campus. Ilya Bratman, a John Jay and Baruch College faculty member, said his students are afraid to express their Jewish identity.

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National Post Online • July 22, 2022

Tennessee agents probe police beating from traffic violation

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, a former NYPD detective sergeant, discussed whether police were justified in arresting a man who refused to pull over for a traffic stop.

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LAist • July 23, 2022

Lawyer For Family Of 23-Year-Old Fatally Shot by San Bernardino Officer While Running Away Disputes Police Narrative

Professor Dennis Kenney discussed whether the San Bernardino police were justified in using deadly force.

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Global News • July 24, 2022

US Democrats move to protect same-sex marriage, contraception access

Professor of constitutional law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall commented on how conservative Justices on the Supreme Court are endangering rights not explicitly guaranteed by the Constitution.

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Liberty Unyielding • July 24, 2022

Carjackings by teens skyrocket, resulting in increased killings

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

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Portland Press Herald Online • July 24, 2022

State appears to be moving forward with proposal for youth detention centers in several Maine locations

Leona Lee, assistant professor of sociology, discussed the nationwide effort to move towards community-based residences for young offenders.

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Times Union Online • July 24, 2022

Data: Half of felony rearrests occurred after judges had discretion to set bail

Data Collaborative for Justice Director Michael Rempel and Policy Director Krystal Rodriguez contributed background for this story,

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The Record • July 25, 2022

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As Passaic prosecutor faces ire of police unions, battle simmers over her renomination

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Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on the overwhelming vote of no confidence by a conference of police unions in Passaic County against longtime Prosecutor Camelia Valdes.

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New York Daily News Online • July 25, 2022

Getting more women off Rikers Island

The Data Collaborative for Justice at John Jay College collaborated with other organizations to release the new report, “Path to Under 100: Strategies to Safely Lower the Number of Women and Gender-Expansive People in New York City Jails.”

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Florida Bulldog • July 25, 2022

Coral Springs police failed to investigate 'suspicious incident' involving part-time cop, a gun and woman passed out in his pick-up truck

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD internal affairs supervisor Dr. Keith Taylor explained why police supervisors at Coral Springs Police Department were lenient with a negligent officer.

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The Christian Science Monitor • July 26, 2022

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Uvalde aftermath: In this policing era, what does leadership look like?; The operational inertia during the Uvalde, Texas, school shooting is emblematic of a larger struggle in policing to internalize not just the nature of courage, but what defines

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Adjunct Lecturer Eugene O'Donnell and Professor Dennis Kenney discussed the paralysis police officers feel at dangerous times in their careers and cautioned against a rush to judgment.

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South Jersey Observer • July 26, 2022

South Jersey COVID-19 Response Fund Assists Southern New Jersey Youth Advocate Programs

Research from John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center was cited in an article about the positive effects youth advocate programs have on keeping participants out of the criminal justice system.

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The Independent (Toronto) • July 26, 2022

Republicans insist most gun violence happens in Democratic cities – the figures tell a different story

An analysis from John Jay College of Criminal Justice was cited on gun violence data in rural areas compared with large metro areas.

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New York Sun • July 26, 2022

Behind the GOP's Cold Shoulder to Its Pennsylvania Candidate Mastriano

Associate Professor of Political Science Brian Arbour explained the tension between the traditional Republican party establishment and the Trump wing and how that affected Pennsylvania's Republican gubernatorial candidate, state Senator Douglas Mastriano.

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The Leader • July 27, 2022

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Police ticket pressure?; Ex-cop claims push was rampant in NY department

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John Bandler, an adjunct lecturer at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice and a former state trooper, emphasized the importance of ethical police officer discretion when conducting traffic stops.

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Hola America News • July 27, 2022

How the lead industry misled the public about its toxic problem for decades

Professor of History Gerald Markowitz discussed the lead industry’s efforts to deceive Americans about the dangers its products posed to the public.

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WKOW-TV Online • July 27, 2022

Dane County Sheriff's Office announces gift cards for guns; experts have doubts

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, a former NYPD detective sergeant, discussed the effectiveness of gift cards for guns buyback programs.

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The Conversation • July 28, 2022

What the US can learn from apartheid-era book bans in South Africa

Professor of English Helen Kapstein wrote an op-ed on the rise in book bans in America in 2022 and how the justifications for these bans are similar to those used by South African censors during apartheid.

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WFPL-FM - Online • July 28, 2022

LMPD body camera footage of Shawnee Park shooting leaves key questions unanswered – 89.3 WFPL News Louisville

Maria “Maki” Haberfeld, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration, analyzed the Louisville Metro police shooting of a wanted man at a public park.

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Oregon State University • July 28, 2022

Where you live can affect your ability to conceive, Oregon State study finds

Professor Olivia Orta co-authored a study with Oregon State University which found that women who live in socioeconomically deprived neighborhoods are less likely to conceive.

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New York Post Online • July 29, 2022

Recidivism rates for NYC's burglars and thieves soar amid bail reform: NYPD data

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell explained why there is an increase in repeat offenders (particularly for burglaries, grand larcenies, and auto thefts) within 60 days of their release.

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TIME Online • July 29, 2022

Small-Town Cops Are Quitting en Masse as Police Come Under More Scrutiny

Maria “Maki” Haberfeld, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice, explained why there is a nationwide trend of police officers quitting their jobs over the past couple of years.

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The Federalist • July 29, 2022

Leftists Are Trying To Redefine Race Riots As Righteous Rebellions

Professor Barry Latzer wrote an op-ed criticizing liberal media outlets for their characterization of race riots.

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UC Berkeley • July 29, 2022

Berkeley Talks: Scholars on using fantasy to reimagine Blackness

Associate Professor of English Jonathan Gray took part in a discussion about UC Berkeley professor Darieck Scott's new book "Keeping It Unreal: Black Queer Fantasy and Superhero Comics."

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The phillytrib.com • July 29, 2022

Cumberland and Salem counties in N.J. join regional fight to stop drug trafficking

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor explained how the federal High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas program, or HIDTA works. He was a part of the program during his time as assistant commissioner of the New York City Department of Corrections.

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The New York Times • July 30, 2022

How Did a Two-Time Killer Get Out to Be Charged Again at Age 83?

Marceline Harvey, an 83-year-old transgender woman, is accused of dismembering a woman after being released from prison after time served for two other murders. Krystal Rodriguez, policy director for the Data Collaborative for Justice, commented on the unusual and violent nature of the crime.

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Liberty Unyielding • July 30, 2022

The Clinical Steps To Grooming Kids Match Exactly What They're Being Taught In Schools

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic explained how predators groom children for sexual abuse.

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World Journal • July 30, 2022

2成竊犯獲釋60內再犯重罪 紐約保釋制度改革聲升高 | 世界新聞網

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell explained why he thinks there is an increase in repeat offenders (particularly for burglaries, grand larcenies, and auto thefts) within 60 days of their release.

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New York Sun • July 30, 2022

With 100 Days Until the Midterms, Here's the Outlook

Associate Professor of Political Science Brian Arbour explained why Democrats face an uphill battle among voters in this year's midterm elections.

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New York Post Online • July 30, 2022

'It's going to get ugly': Experts call shootings in 75th Precinct a warning sign for NYC

Adjunct Lecturers Eugene O'Donnell and Joe Giacalone commented on the surge in shootings in Brooklyn's 75th Precinct.

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New York Post • July 31, 2022

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CITY IN CRISIS JUNK JUSTICE VS. DRUG DEALERS NYC arrests down even as deaths from OD up

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Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell criticized progressive prosecutors in NYC for failing to prosecute certain crimes.

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