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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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BBC/British Broadcasting Corporation • July 2, 2022

Profile: Clarence Thomas

Professor of constitutional law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall discussed Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas' experiences in college and law school, and the beginning of his Supreme Court career (at 5:30 and 9:18 marks).

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CNN • July 3, 2022

New Day Weekend with Christi Paul and Boris Sanchez

Professor of constitutional law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall discussed the Supreme Court's reversal of Roe v. Wade and its implications for laws on guns and the environment.

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CTV News Channel • July 4, 2022

6 Dead After July 4th Parade Shooting

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, a former NYPD detective sergeant, discussed the July 4th parade shooting in Highland Park.

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CNN • July 4, 2022

CNN Newsroom With Ana Cabrera (Part 1) & CNN Newsroom With Ana Cabrera (Part 2)Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, a former NYPD detective sergeant, explained how law enforcement identified the Highland Park July 4th parade shooter.

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WCBS-TV • July 5, 2022

CBS Mornings

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, a former NYPD detective sergeant, discussed police procedures after Jayland Walker was shot more than 60 times by police.

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WNYW-TV • July 5, 2022

The 10 O'Clock News

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, commented on why veteran NYPD cops are resigning or retiring in large numbers.

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WPIX-TV • July 5, 2022

PIX11 News at 10 with Tamsen Fadal and Kori Chambers

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, discussed the Highland Park July 4th parade shooter's motives.

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BFM 89.9 • July 5, 2022

Chinese Socialism vs Capitalism

Zhun Xu, Associate Professor of Economics, gave an in-depth interview on the difference between Chinese socialism and capitalism, the pros and cons of a free-market economy and communist revolutionary Chairman Mao Zedong.

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CNN • July 7, 2022

New Day With John Berman and Brianna Keilar

Adjunct Professor Jillian Snider, a retired NYPD officer, discussed the Uvalde, Texas police officer who requested permission to fire on the suspect during the school shooting.

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Spectrum News NY1 • July 7, 2022

Live at 10

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, a former NYPD detective sergeant, discussed gun violence and major felony crimes in NYC.

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WCBS-TV • July 7, 2022

CBS 2 News at 11

Criminal defense attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, explained why the Manhattan DA will have difficulty proving bodega employee Jose Alba was not acting in self-defense after he stabbed his attacker.

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WNYW-TV • July 8, 2022

THE 6 O'CLOCK NEWS

Professor Maxwell Mak discussed President Biden's executive order on abortion access.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • July 12, 2022

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

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor discussed Shannan Gilbert's 911 calls. Gilbert was one of several victims in the Gilgo Beach murders.

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The Baltimore Times Online • July 1, 2022

From Incarceration to ExcellenceMeet the Man Who Became a Judge After Serving Time in a State Penitentiary - The Baltimore Times Online Newspaper | Baltimore News

John Jay alumnus Gregory Robinson was profiled for his journey from incarceration to Administrative Law judge.

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PA Times • July 1, 2022

A New Fiscal Year for the Federal Government on the Horizon-Fantasy or Reality?

Adjunct Professor of Public Administration Stephen Rolandi wrote an article on proposed legislation to change beginning and ending dates of the Federal fiscal year from the current October 1-September 30 to January 1-December 31.

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USA Today Online • July 1, 2022

The problem with Elvis and Priscilla Presley – and what we have learned about power dynamics since

Psychology Professor and sexual violence researcher Elizabeth Jeglic explained why a teenager's ability to consent to a romantic relationship with an adult is compromised.

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The Boston Globe Online • July 1, 2022

Massachusetts' restrictive gun laws are working. The Supreme Court may have just upended that.

Dr. Jeffrey Butts, the director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, explained why gun violence and drug trafficking seem prevalent in working class communities of color.

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The New York Times • July 1, 2022

Opinion: I'm a New York City liberal, and I want a gun

Public Management Chair, Professor Warren Eller (not named in the article) explained who is more likely to be approved for licenses to carry handguns in public in New York.

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Bearing Arms • July 2, 2022

NPR finally realizes that when seconds count, police are minutes away

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained how Columbine changed the way police respond to active shooters.

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Gothamist • July 2, 2022

For some New Yorkers, fear of mass shootings leads to public panic

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins gave safety tips for attending events in crowded spaces and how to respond during a shooting.

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WCBS-TV Online • July 3, 2022

Gov. Hochul signs law banning guns in many public places in New York

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, commented on New York lawmakers' efforts to restrict guns in sensitive areas after the Supreme Court ruling.

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USA Today Online • July 3, 2022

Jayland Walker bodycam footage: Policing experts say more questions come from fatal shooting video

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, a former NYPD detective sergeant, commented on police body camera footage of Jayland Walker's death.

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The Buffalo News Online • July 4, 2022

Report clears prison officer who was spit on; video shows he kicked handcuffed inmate

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, a former Assistant Corrections Commissioner, commented on a correctional officer's use of force after he was filmed kicking an inmate in the head.

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New York Post Online • July 4, 2022

NYPD exodus 'has become a stampede:' PBA leader Lynch

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone compared the number of police retirements this year to when he retired in 2011.

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WABE-FM Online • July 4, 2022

Why officers shoot what might seem like an excessive number of bullets at suspects

Maria “Maki” Haberfeld, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration, explained the physiological and psychological stressors police face when using deadly force.

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FOX News Channel Online • July 5, 2022

Crime typically heats up in summer, here is why this year may be worse than in the past

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained why there is an increase in violent crime during the summer months.

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New York Post Online • July 5, 2022

NYC hotels slam door on guns following agreement with organized labor

Associate Professor Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Public Management Department, commented on the hotel industry-led effort in New York City to ban firearms in hotels in response to the Supreme Court's gun ruling.

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FOX News Channel Online • July 5, 2022

US cities report dozens of shootings, deaths

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained why there is an increase in shootings and homicides during the July 4 weekend.

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New York Daily News Online • July 6, 2022

Harlem bodega clerk accused of fatal stabbing was defending himself from unruly customer, store owner says

Adjunct Professors and criminal defense attorneys Hermann Walz and Dmitry Shakhnevich discussed the case against the Harlem bodega employee who fatally stabbed a customer who assaulted him.

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Gothamist • July 8, 2022

As fears about public safety loom, many NYPD officers leave the force

Maria “Maki” Haberfeld, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration, commented on the nationwide effort to recruit and retain police as more officers leave the profession. Kristina Simonsen, Associate Director for Employer Relations, explained the reasons why John Jay students seeking careers in policing prefer other police departments over the NYPD.

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The Virgin Islands Daily News Online • July 6, 2022

Lawmakers: Gun violence office slow to progress, threatens to withhold funds

The National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay is working with the U.S. Virgin Islands government on strategies to address gun violence.

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WTNH-TV Online • July 6, 2022

Suspects in 3 mass shootings across United States have similarities, professor suggests

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, commented on the use of social media by mass shooters.

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FOX News Channel Online • July 6, 2022

Police officers from coast to coast come under attack over 4th of July weekend

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained why there is an increase in violent crime during the summer months.

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Q'PASA • July 6, 2022

Estas son las ciudades mαs violentas de USA

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, explained how COVID-19 affected violent crime nationwide.

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WPDH-FM Online • July 6, 2022

WPDH Vet Who Rocks 'Thrives' on Helping Others

John Jay alumnus Robert Jennings was honored as WPDH's Vet Who Rocks for his service in both Iraq and Afghanistan.

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FOX News Channel Online • July 6, 2022

Police reforms limiting traffic stops contributed to rise in DUI fatalities, experts say

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone criticized reforms to police traffic stop policies.

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Patch • July 6, 2022

Montco PA State Rep. Looks To Ban Body Armor With Proposed Legislation

Associate Professor Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Public Management Department, explained how often mass shootings occur within the context of gun violence in America.

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New York Amsterdam News Online • July 7, 2022

Roosevelt High honors Shannen Hogue, former John Jay hoops star - New York Amsterdam News

John Jay alumna Shannen Hogue was honored by her high school for her career as a high school and college basketball star and police officer.

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FOX News Channel Online • July 7, 2022

Police pulling back on traffic stops impairs authorities' ability to limit 'gun violence': Experts

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the link between routine police traffic stops and the confiscation of illegally transported firearms.

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WJLA-TV Online • July 7, 2022

I-Team Exclusive uncovers some DC police surveillance cameras broken, malfunctioning

Professor Eric Piza’s research on the effectiveness of cameras in catching criminals was cited in a story on Washington D.C. surveillance camera malfunctions.

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New York Post Online • July 7, 2022

More NYC bodega workers could kill to protect themselves as store crime up 70%: industry leader

Frank Garcia, chairman of the National Association of Latinos State Chambers of Commerce, said he would like John Jay researchers to assist in tabulating NYPD crime data for locations like bodegas.

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Gothamist • July 8, 2022

As fears about public safety loom, many NYPD officers leave the force

Maria “Maki” Haberfeld, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration, commented on the nationwide effort to recruit and retain police as more officers leave the profession.

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KNXV-TV Online • July 8, 2022

BODY CAMERA: Man dies in Avondale PD custody

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins analyzed footage of the death of an individual under the influence of narcotics who died after being tasered multiple times by Avondale police.

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BizPac Review • July 8, 2022

Decrease in police traffic stops causing illegal gun crimes to soar in major cities, official says

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the link between routine police traffic stops and the confiscation of illegally transported firearms.

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WUSA-TV Online • July 8, 2022

New York tries new gun control measure: applicants must show their social media profiles

Assistant Professor and attorney Adam Scott Wandt commented on the new NYS law which requires people seeking a concealed carry permit to hand over a list of their social media accounts to review their character and conduct.

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New York Daily News Online • July 8, 2022

Conservatives vow to challenge New York's strict new concealed carry gun laws including a review of social media accounts

Assistant Professor and attorney Adam Scott Wandt commented on the new NYS law which requires people seeking a concealed carry permit to hand over a list of their social media accounts to review their character and conduct.

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Tallahassee Democrat • July 8, 2022

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Charges against Gillum from undercover FBI operation were about to hit statute of limitations

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David Shapiro, a former FBI special agent and Coordinator of John Jay's Fraud Examination and Financial Forensics program explained the factors that affected the timing of the indictment against Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum.

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The Courier-Journal • July 8, 2022

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How Louisville's violence prevention network is trying to stop shootings before they start

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The Group Violence Intervention program, created by David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Communities has been in place in the City of Louisville for about a year.

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New York Daily News • July 8, 2022

Challenges ahead for NY's new concealed carry gun laws including a review of social media accounts

Assistant Professor and attorney Adam Scott Wandt commented on the new NYS law which requires people seeking a concealed carry permit to hand over a list of their social media accounts to review their character and conduct.

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The New York Times Online • July 9, 2022

Adams Shows Support for Man Charged in Bodega Killing That Caused Outcry

Criminal defense attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, explained what the “duty to retreat” means in self-defense cases in New York.

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The New York Times Online • July 9, 2022

The Chain of Failures That Left 17 Dead in a Bronx Apartment Fire

Charles Jennings, an associate professor in the department of security, fire and emergency management, commented on the Bronx apartment building fire that killed 17 people in January.

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MarketWatch • July 9, 2022

What We're Missing in the Inflation Panic

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason wrote an op-ed on four big macroeconomic questions that have been forgotten in today's inflation discussion.

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New York Post Online • July 10, 2022

Murder charge against NYC bodega worker Jose Alba is DA Bragg's latest controversy

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell criticized Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg for filing murder charges against bodega worker Jose Alba.

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CNN Online • July 10, 2022

Why did Ohio officers handcuff Jayland Walker after shooting him dozens of times?

Maria “Maki” Haberfeld, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration, explained why handcuffing someone who was just shot by police is justified and procedural.

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The New York Times • July 10, 2022

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Police Estimate 13 Guns Used in Harlem Shooting

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Associate Professor Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Public Management Department, explained the effect having more legally owned guns in circulation can have on crime in New York City.

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South Bend Tribune • July 10, 2022

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South Bend PD: Fast-tracking police hiring still thorough

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Maria “Maki” Haberfeld, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration, commented on the consolidated police hiring practices in South Bend and explained why a more rigorous hiring process is necessary.

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Documented NY • July 11, 2022

New York Immigrant Communities NYC's Chinese Community Organizes to Hold Chase Bank Accountable for Identity Theft

Assistant Professor Chelsea Binns explained why there has been a rise in identity theft crimes in New York City. David Shapiro, Distinguished Lecturer and Coordinator of the Fraud Examination and Financial Forensics program, explained the timeframe during which banks should process claims for unauthorized transactions.

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Bloomberg Law • July 11, 2022

Black Gun Owners Eager to Flex Carry Powers After N.Y. Law Falls

Professor Candace McCoy of John Jay and the Graduate Center described the mindset of police officers when they encounter armed civilians.

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Queens Courier - Online • July 11, 2022

Queens district attorney announces two key executive appointments – QNS.com

Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz appointed John Jay alumnus and retired NYPD Assistant Chief Thomas Conforti as chief investigator of the Queens District Attorney's Detective Bureau.

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WHEC-TV Online • July 12, 2022

Social media check required for new concealed carry permits

Assistant Professor and attorney Adam Scott Wandt commented on the new NYS law which requires people seeking a concealed carry permit to hand over a list of their social media accounts to review their character and conduct.

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Univisionnuevayork.univision.com • July 12, 2022

Hispanos arrestados en Nueva York con $1.2 millones en metanfetamina de Mιxico no tienen fianza: ΏQuι dice la ley?

Adjunct Lecturer Felipe Rodriguez, a former NYPD sergeant, criticized a New York State law which allowed for the release of two men arrested for having over 150 pounds of crystal methamphetamine.

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AmmoLand Shooting Sports News • July 12, 2022

NY Goes Full 'Minority Report' Requiring Social Media Access for Permits

Assistant Professor and attorney Adam Scott Wandt is referenced for his comments on the new NYS law which requires people seeking a concealed carry permit to hand over a list of their social media accounts.

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WCBS-TV Online • July 12, 2022

PODCAST: Are 'violence interrupters' more effective than police in New York City?

Dr. Jeffery Butts, the director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, discussed the data behind violence interrupter programs and how effective they are at stopping gun violence.

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WPIX-TV Online • July 13, 2022

Manhattan Borough President calls for action on congestion pricing

Adjunct Assistant Professor Dr. Keith Taylor, President of the Dorrance Brooks Property Association in Harlem, commented on the Manhattan Congestion Pricing Plan.

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Government Executive • July 13, 2022

After Mass Shootings, Lawmakers Weigh Body Armor Bans

Associate Professor Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Public Management Department, explained how often mass shootings occur within the context of gun violence in America.

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Newsy • July 14, 2022

Video Inside Uvlade School During Shooting

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins analyzed footage of Uvalde police responding to the mass shooter at Robb Elementary school.

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NBC News • July 14, 2022

New Mexico attorney general will review actions of Albuquerque Police Department that led to the death of teen during raid

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, a former NYPD detective sergeant who supervised SWAT and Internal Affairs units, explained what factors police need to consider before deploying chemical munitions.

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New York Sun • July 14, 2022

Democrats Maneuver To Keep Green Party Candidates Off the Midterm Ballot in Swing State North Carolina

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed the campaign by the Democratic and Republican parties to keep third party candidates off the ballot.

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News Nation Now • July 14, 2022

The St. Louis County Library is saving people from jail

A report from the Research Network on Misdemeanor Justice (part of the Data Collaborative for Justice) was cited in an article about a library center that helps people get their outstanding bench warrants recalled.

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New York Post Online • July 14, 2022

No 'moral compass': Hochul waffles on qualified immunity for NY cops

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell, explained why the possible elimination of qualified immunity for police officers in NYS is problematic.

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Marketplace Online - American Public Media • July 14, 2022

It will take 132 years to achieve global gender parity, World Economic Forum report finds

Associate Professor of Economics Michelle Holder explained the gender and race wage gaps in labor market during the pandemic.

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Christianity Today Weblog • July 14, 2022

Lawsuit Alleges Christian Foundation Engaged in Self-Dealing

Former FBI special agent and Coordinator of John Jay's Fraud Examination and Financial Forensics Program David Shapiro discussed the lawsuit against the Grace and Mercy Foundation and Archegos Capital, which alleges they defrauded the employee compensation fund.

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WHEC-TV Online • July 14, 2022

In-Depth: Will social media review weed out those who shouldn't carry guns?

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt explained the weaknesses in the new NYS law which requires concealed firearms permit applicants to disclose their social media accounts.

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WKYT-TV Online • July 14, 2022

WKYT Investigates | What is group violence intervention?

The group violence intervention strategy which was developed by the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay College was implemented in South Bend, Indiana and contributed to a significant reduction in homicides.

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New York Post Online • July 15, 2022

East Hampton sent court doctored documents in airport legal battle: filing

Criminal defense attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, explained the legal ramifications the Town of East Hampton may face if it is proven that town officials doctored government documents in order to privatize its airport.

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