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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 • May 25, 2022

Early Start with Christine Romans and Laura Jarrett

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, talked about the federal and local law enforcement response to the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas.

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WNYW-TV • May 27, 2022

Street Soldiers (Part 1)

Street Soldiers (Part 2)

Street Soldiers (Parts 3 & 4)

Professor and former NYPD lieutenant Ralph Cilento commented on the racketeering indictments against rappers Young Thug and Gunna.

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WXTV-TV • June 2, 2022

Noticias Univisión 41---A las Once

Adjunct Professor Felipe Rodriguez, a former NYPD sergeant, commented on the package of bills Governor Kathy Hochul signed on June 6 on close gun law loopholes.

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WBFF-TV • June 2, 2022

Fox 45 Late Edition

Associate Professor of Sociology Janice Johnson-Dias explained the difference between public perception of increased crime and reality.

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Nightline - ABC Television Network • June 6, 2022

Car theft skyrocketing across the country

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, explained the factors behind the double-digit spikes in stolen cars across the country.

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Investigation Discovery • June 9, 2022

Crimes Gone Viral - Brazen Bandits

Andrea Cipriano, from The Crime Report, was a guest commentator on an episode of "Crimes Gone Viral." [Cable login required]

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WPVI-TV • June 9, 2022

Group Violence Intervention offers shooters a way out

The National Network for Safe Communities' Group Violence Intervention program was launched in Philadelphia in August 2020 to address Philadelphia's gun violence crisis.

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WINS-AM • June 12, 2022

1010 WINS-AM

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, discussed the nationwide summertime spike in crime, particularly carjackings.

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NewsNation • June 13, 2022

Record number of officers quitting their job | Morning in America

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a former NYPD detective, discussed the nationwide police officer shortage.

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FOX News Channel • June 13, 2022

New York police officers leaving force at record pace, report says

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the spike in police officers resigning or retiring this year as compared to the same period last year.

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WINS-AM • June 13, 2022

1010 WINS-AM

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone gave an in-depth interview about the reasons behind the spike in NYPD police officers resigning or retiring this year.

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Newsmax TV • June 15, 2022

Spicer & Co.

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Special Assignment Sergeant Dr. Keith Taylor discussed diversity in the NYPD and low police morale nationwide.

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KCBS Radio • June 1, 2022

How harmful media representations of Asians, Pacific Islanders impact their mental health

Distinguished Professor of Psychology Kevin Nadal discussed why Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) representation matters and how negative stereotypes in the media can contribute to mental health issues.

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U.S. News & World Report • June 1, 2022

After Mass Shooting, NYC Explores Gun Detectors in Subways

Adjunct Associate Professor James Dooley, a retired NYPD Transit captain, explained why it would be logistically impossible to install weapons-detection technology in the subway. Professor Emerita Dorothy Moses Schulz, the first female captain of the Conrail Police, the predecessor to Metro North, discussed how to improve subway security and ridership.

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The New York Times Online • June 1, 2022

How Eric Adams's Struggle With Dyslexia Is Shaping His Mayoralty

John Jay alumna Mayor Eric Adams was profiled for how he overcame his dyslexia and rose through the ranks in the NYPD.

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The Boston Globe Online • June 1, 2022

Lured on dating apps and social media, Asian Americans are crypto scammers' latest target

Professor of Psychology Chitra Raghavan commented on a romance scam that preys on Asian women.

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The New York Times Online • June 2, 2022

Adams to Name 'Gun Violence Czar' as New York Shooting Surge Persists

Maria “Maki” Haberfeld, Chair of the Department of Law, Police science, and Criminal Justice Administration, commented on Mayor Adams' blueprint to end gun violence.

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WCBS-TV Online • June 2, 2022

Adams expected to appoint 'gun violence czar' to combat shooting spike

Maria “Maki” Haberfeld, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration, praised Mayor Eric Adams' appointment of a gun czar.

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Gothamist • June 2, 2022

Adams taps 'gun violence czar' in advisory role

Adjunct Professor Felipe Rodriguez, a former NYPD sergeant, praised Mayor Eric Adams' appointment of a gun czar.

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KSTP-TV Online • June 3, 2022

Minneapolis Office of Violence Prevention leader to start new role at John Jay College in July

Sasha Cotton, the first director of Minneapolis' Office of Violence Prevention, will be the new deputy director for the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay.

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Essence Magazine Online • June 3, 2022

Boston Rededicates Memorial Honoring Famed Black Civil War Unit

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson commented on the significance of the Colonel Robert Gould Shaw Memorial and other national monuments for the Black soldiers of the Civil War.

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The Buffalo News Online • June 3, 2022

Tops shooting survivor intends to sue accused gunman's parents, seeks court order

Adjunct Professor of constitutional law and attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich explained why charging parents criminally for their child's conduct is rare.

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NBC News • June 3, 2022

Desperate 911 calls from inside Uvalde classrooms never got to school police chief, legislator says

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on news that critical 911 calls from inside Robb Elementary School during the shooting were not shared with the campus law enforcement chief.

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Newsday • June 3, 2022

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ADAMS SELECTS CO-CHAIRS OF NEW GUN VIOLENCE TASK FORCE

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Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone and Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann commented on the formation of a New York City gun violence task force and its effectiveness in reducing shootings.

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New York Post Online • June 4, 2022

'Man of Steal' speaks: thief with 46 arrests exploited city's fears - and jail might save his life

Adjunct Professors Eugene O'Donnell and Joe Giacalone debunked the myth that shoplifters are motivated by poverty.

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Star Tribune • June 4, 2022

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Violence Prevention director leaving role for national post

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Sasha Cotton, the first director of Minneapolis' Office of Violence Prevention, will be the new deputy director for the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay.

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The New York Times • June 5, 2022

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Fetterman's Heart Issues Add Wild Card to Pennsylvania Senate Race

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Associate Professor of Political Science Samantha Majic, who studies style and celebrity in politics, commented on the Pennsylvania Senate race between Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman and celebrity doctor Dr. Mehmet Oz.

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New York Post • June 5, 2022

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CITY IN CRISIS STOLE DAMN TRUTH! 46-bust bandit speaks from Rikers

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Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained why a serial shoplifter was able to rob a Walgreens 46 times.

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CNN Online • June 6, 2022

The Buffalo shooting suspect showed signs of violent behavior and was left untreated. Violence prevention experts say troubled youth like him need long-term support

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic cited research that confirms the risk of individuals previously incarcerated for sex offenses reoffending is small and diminishes with age.

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Cbsnews newyork • June 6, 2022

Supreme Court rulings loom on New York gun carrying permit case, abortion access and more

Associate Professor Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Public Management Department, commented on the Supreme Court's consideration of a New York gun case that would overturn restrictions to obtaining a gun carry permit.

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New York Post Online • June 6, 2022

Why recall election for San Fran's soft-on-crime DA should rattle NY's Bragg

Adjunct Professor Eugene O'Donnell commented on how the recall election for San Francisco's progressive district attorney Chesa Boudin could affect Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg.

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GothamGazette.com • June 6, 2022

Public Health, Public Safety, and the New York City Budget

Professor Jeff Coots co-wrote an opinion piece on how the city can prevent healthcare inequities with specific reforms.

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The Detroit News • June 6, 2022

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Autopsy sheds light on Oakland man killed in FBI domestic terror probe

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Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell criticized the FBI for the fatal shooting of Eric Mark-Matthew Allport, an anti-government extremist.

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WCBS-TV Online • June 7, 2022

New York enacts sweeping gun control laws in wake of Buffalo shooting and other gun violence

Associate Professor Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Public Management Department, discussed the types of gun crimes most prevalent in America and which types drive gun policy.

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Amazon Book Review • June 7, 2022

Books to read as 'The Wire' turns 20

Professor Peter Moskos' book "Cop in the Hood" was featured as one of five books that are great complements to the HBO TV show "The Wire."

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NPR/National Public Radio Online • June 7, 2022

The tragic history of police responding too late to active shooters

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

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The Journal News Online • June 7, 2022

Tulsa, Uvalde and Buffalo remind us to prepare for the unexpected | Opinion

Adjunct Associate Professor George Contreras wrote an op-ed calling for civilians to take STOP THE BLEED training and active shooter response courses in the wake of several high-profile mass shootings.

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Connecticut Post Online • June 8, 2022

CT troopers accused of wrongdoing 895 times in 6 years

Adjunct Professor Shamus Smith, a former training instructor with the NYPD, explained why suspensions are a better punitive tool within police departments.

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Theshow kjzz • June 8, 2022

3 Tempe police officers on leave after man drowns in Tempe Town Lake

Professor Henry Smart commented on the video of three police officers standing by as a homeless man drowns.

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The Trace • June 8, 2022

New York Banned Body Armor. But Not the Kind Used by the Buffalo Shooter.

Associate Professor Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Public Management Department, criticized the package of bills Governor Kathy Hochul signed on June 6 to strengthen gun laws. It does not ban the purchase of the hard armor plating that the gunman in the Buffalo shooting wore.

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The Washington Post • June 8, 2022

Man arrested after hurling woman onto NYC subway tracks, police say

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, explained the likelihood of being violently attacked in the subway.

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Newsday • June 8, 2022

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Exploring law enforcement; 166 from Nassau recognized for interest in policing

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Catalina Amoros, a Nassau PoliceExplorer, aspires to attend John Jay College. John Jay alumna Rebecca Boykin was also a Nassau Police explorer.

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New Haven Register • June 8, 2022

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A teen left bloodied, a suicidal man punched: The CT troopers recently accused of excessive force

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Adjunct Professor Shamus Smith, a former NYC officer who once trained officers, reviewed footage of a violent officer-civilian confrontation and discussed whether the police's use of force was justified and if the punishment was appropriate.

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KXNT-AM Online • June 9, 2022

DOJ launches investigation into Uvalde shooting response

Ralph Cilento, a retired NYPD lieutenant commander and adjunct professor, discussed the missteps the police made in their response to the mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas.

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KNOXVILLE NEWS • June 9, 2022

New police chief can hand select his deputies now that Knoxville changed policy

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney explained the problems that could arise from giving a police chief the ability to hire and fire deputy chiefs at will.

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Caribbean Life Online • June 9, 2022

Rennae Francis, first woman, Black woman in command of Detective Squad, 46th Precinct – Caribbean Life

Adjunct Professor and Dominican-born Rennae Francis was profiled for breaking down barriers as the first Black woman to serve in the NYPD as a lieutenant commander of the Detective Squad of the 46th Precinct, in the Bronx.

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KDVR-TV Online • June 9, 2022

Brighton police sergeant promoted after violating chase policy twice

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney commented on the Brighton Police Department's promotion of a sergeant who had been disciplined twice for violating the department's pursuit policy.

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Tampa Bay Times Online • June 9, 2022

As sex offenders around Tampa Bay age, where will they go for nursing care?

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic discussed what the research says on formerly incarcerated individuals convicted of sex crimes and their risk of reoffending as they age.

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New York Daily News Online • June 9, 2022

Uvalde, guns, cowardice and heroism

Associate Professor Greg Donaldson, author of “The Ville: Cops and Kids in Urban America,” wrote an op-ed about bravery, cowardice and the police response to the school shooting in Uvalde.

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FOX News Channel Online • June 9, 2022

New York enacts microstamping gun law in push to change how firearms are made

Professor Peter Diaczuk, a firearms expert, warned that the effectiveness of microstamping is being exaggerated and it is not a magic bullet that will dramatically reduce gun crimes.

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WCBS-TV Online • June 9, 2022

Hochul administration clarifies body armor ban because it doesn't apply to protection used by Buffalo gunman

Associate Professor Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Public Management Department, discussed the package of bills Governor Kathy Hochul signed on June 6 to strengthen gun laws which do not ban the purchase of the hard armor plating that the gunman in the Buffalo shooting wore.

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Quad-City Times • June 9, 2022

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Davenport's new Group Violence Intervention coordinator 'hopeful, excited, passionate' about decreasing gun violence in Davenport

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The National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay College trained a group of 40 people in law enforcement, nonprofits, and community members in Davenport in May.

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News Observer Online • June 10, 2022

Activists say man shot by Raleigh police was mentally ill, call for officer to be fired

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor reviewed body camera footage and commented on the Raleigh police's actions during a fatal shooting.

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The Washington Post Online • June 10, 2022

Man arrested after hurling woman onto NYC subway tracks, police say

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, commented on a criminal incident where a woman was pushed onto the subway tracks.

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spectrumnews1.com • June 10, 2022

Judicial protection bills stall in Congress

Professor Robert McCrie commented on the Supreme Court Parity Act, which would provide around-the-clock security for families of Supreme Court justices.

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Spectrum News Central New York Online • June 10, 2022

HuiJing Yang: Rising to the Challenge & Live at 10

HuiJing Yang, who won several badminton titles including the 2021 TJCCNY second doubles, first doubles and singles competitions, is heading to John Jay College this fall as a freshman.

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New York Sun • June 10, 2022

docx iconCourt Set To Decide Next Step for Oversight of New York's Rikers Island

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro explained why he thinks a Manhattan federal court will allow the city to retain control of Rikers Island jails.

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Crime Report • June 10, 2022

Community Violence Interventions 'Promising,' But Need More Study: Researchers

According to an analysis by the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay College, the effectiveness of Community Violence Intervention programs is promising but inconclusive.

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The New York Times Online • June 11, 2022

No New Money for Jail Officers and Police in $101 Billion N.Y.C. Budget

John Driscoll, a retired NYPD captain and former professor at John Jay, discussed overtime in the police budget.

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Next City Online • June 11, 2022

Flash Webinar: How Inflation and Strong Labor Markets Affect Black & Brown Communities

Associate Professor of Economics Michelle Holder, president and CEO of the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, gave an in-depth interview on inflation and how the labor market affects wages and unemployment among Black workers.

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New York Post Online • June 11, 2022

NYPD exodus: Police on pace to quit, retire in record numbers

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the spike in police officers resigning or retiring this year as compared to the same period last year.

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New York Daily News Online • June 12, 2022

NYPD reports 51% surge in stolen cars this year

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, explained the motive behind carjacking crimes.

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New York Sun • June 12, 2022

docx iconRepublican Gubernatorial Hopefuls Must Walk a Fine Line in New York Primary Debate

Associate Professor of Political Science Brian Arbour discussed the appeal of Representative Lee Zeldin to voters and the prospect of Republican victories in NY elections.

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Newsmax.com • June 12, 2022

NYPD Exodus at Record Highs Amid 'Anti-Cop Hostility'

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the spike in police officers resigning or retiring this year as compared to the same period last year.

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Newsday • June 12, 2022

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Yanira Rivera was profiled for her experiences as a victim of gang violence in El Salvador, coming to America and for her leadership at Huntington High School. She will attend John Jay in the fall.

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Jacobin • June 13, 2022

To Fight Inflation, the Fed Is Declaring a War on Workers

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason wrote about the Fed's plans to address inflation by hiking interest rates and how it will affect workers.

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El Diario Nueva York Online • June 14, 2022

Defensores de pasajeros presentan plan de seguridad para el metro de NYC más allá del patrullaje policial

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, explained the likelihood of being victim of a violent crime on the NYC subway.

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WABC-TV Online • June 14, 2022

NJ demonstrates microstamping technology

Professor Peter Diaczuk, a firearms expert, warned that the effectiveness of microstamping is being exaggerated and it is not a magic bullet that will dramatically reduce gun crimes.

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City Limits • June 14, 2022

For Youth Aging Out of Foster Care, Housing Support is Crucial

Jeremiah Perez-Torres, a doctoral student and Adjunct Professor, wrote an op-ed calling for New York City and state governments to do more to ensure that youth aging out of foster care have secure housing.

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Blog For Arizona • June 15, 2022

Republicans Attempt To Appropriate Larry Summers For Their Inflation Propaganda

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason explained why former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers was right in his inflation prediction but wrong about what caused it.

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Gleaner Online • June 15, 2022

Focus on high-growth industries, streamline business processes

Professor Emeritus Basil Wilson explained how to boost Jamaica's economy.

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Tampa Bay Times Online • June 15, 2022

How the bipartisan gun deal in the Senate could affect Florida

Associate Professor Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Public Management Department, discussed aspects of the bipartisan gun reform deal struck by a group of U.S. senators following the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas.

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Gothamist • June 15, 2022

No new funding for violence interrupter program, despite Adams' promised expansion

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the John Jay Research and Evaluation Center, discussed the challenges affecting NYC's Crisis Management System, a network of city-funded nonprofit operators that seek to de-escalate conflicts and direct individuals to support services.

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Tampa Bay Times Online • June 15, 2022

Pinellas beach cops have run people over, but still drive with few rules

Adjunct Professor James Mulvaney, who previously served as deputy commissioner of New York State's Division of Human Rights, discussed the disadvantages to police using SUVs on the beach.

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Gothamist • June 15, 2022

What the U.S. Supreme Court gun ruling could mean for mass transit in New York City

Warren Eller, Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Public Management, explained New York's ability to regulate firearms even after the Supreme Court struck down NY's conceal permit law.

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World Magazine Online • June 15, 2022

Allies against city violence

According to analysis by Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay College, the effectivenes of violence intervention programs is promising but still inconclusive.

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