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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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Caribbean Life Online • March 22, 2022

CUNY celebrates record number of women in positions of leadership across system – Caribbean Life

In celebration of International Women's Day and Women's History Month, President Karol V. Mason was named among many women leaders at CUNY, which has record number of women represented in leadership positions across the system.

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City & State New York • March 28, 2022

The 2022 Higher Education Power 100

President Karol Mason was listed at number 36 in City & State's list of the 100 most influential leaders of New York's colleges and universities for 2022.

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Publicnow • March 29, 2022

ICYMI: Chancellor Matos Rodrνguez Touts CUNY's Indispensable Leadership as Driver of NYC's Equitable Recovery in City & State Cover Story

President Karol Mason was listed at number 36 in City & State's list of the 100 most influential leaders of New York's colleges and universities for 2022.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • March 16, 2022

Closing Arguments - Crime Time (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor discussed whether San Diego Sheriff's Deputies were justified in shooting an auto theft suspect.

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WHBQ-TV • March 16, 2022

FOX 13 News 9pm LIVE

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, discussed the rise in carjackings during the pandemic.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • March 16, 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 arrest of a fugitive on foot and by car.

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C-SPAN2 • March 19, 2022

Erin Thompson, Smashing Statues Interview

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson discussed her new book “Smashing Statues: The Rise and Fall of America's Public Monuments" and the destruction of controversial statues during summer 2020.

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WINS-AM • March 20, 2022

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An online petition was circulated to cancel the "Emmett Till, A New American Opera" at John Jay College. Composer and co-creator Mary D. Watkins refuted claims that the opera centers on a white woman.

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CNN • March 21, 2022

CNN Newsroom with Poppy Harlow and Jim Sciutto

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall discussed the historic confirmation hearings of Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.

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CNN • March 23, 2022

At This Hour With Kate Bolduan

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall discussed the final day of hearings for Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.

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Spectrum News NY1 • March 23, 2022

News All Evening

The Dorrance Brooks Square is a newly designated historic district in Harlem. Adjunct Assistant Professor Dr. Keith Taylor, President of the Dorrance Brooks Property Association, discussed the significance of this designation.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • March 23, 2022

Closing Arguments - Crime Time (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on the LAPD escalating force from beanbags to bullets when trying to coax a dangerous individual from a house.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • March 23, 2022

Closing Arguments - Crime Time (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on a drive-by shooting which turned into a head-on car crash that was caught on camera.

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Bloomberg Radio Network • March 24, 2022

Bloomberg Radio

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall discussed how Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson handled herself during her confirmation hearings.

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NPR/National Public Radio • March 26, 2022

This American Life

John Jay alumnus Al Drucker, a former IRS employee, was interviewed for creating a website where Americans can anonymously report people who do not pay their taxes.

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Bloomberg Radio Network • March 28, 2022

Bloomberg Law

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall discussed how Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson handled herself during her confirmation hearings.

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Spectrum News NY1 • March 29, 2022

Mayor Adams deploys neighborhood safety teams amid rising crime

John Jay College Professor Greg Donaldson discussed his op-ed on Mayor Eric Adams' plans to deploy new neighborhood safety teams, a new version of the NYPD anti-crime units.

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NPR/National Public Radio • March 30, 2022

BBC Newsday

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall discussed the recent passage of the anti-lynching law and the history of lynching in America.

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Spectrum News NY1 • March 30, 2022

Inside City Hall (Part 1)

Associate Professor of Susan Kang discussed the debate around bail reform and how it will affect the NYS budget.

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Spectrum News NY1 • March 30, 2022

Inside City Hall (Part 2)

Associate Professor of Susan Kang discussed Mayor Eric Adams' push to clear homeless encampments.

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WNYC-FM • March 30, 2022

WNYC-FM News

Associate Professor of Political Science Brian Arbour discussed why having the presidential caucus in Iowa first is outdated.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • March 30, 2022

Closing Arguments - Crime Time

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on a tense traffic stop between a motorist and a Pasco County Sheriff's Office officer.

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The New York Times Online • March 16, 2022

The Fear Factor and Crime in New York

Associate Professor Chris Herrmann, a former NYPD crime analyst supervisor, contextualized recent high profiles crimes in NYC.

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TIME Online • March 16, 2022

A Year After the Atlanta Spa Shootings, Asians in America Are Facing a Different Kind of Abuse

Associate Professor Frank Pezzella, who studies hate crimes, explained why verbal harassment against Asian Americans is not considered a hate crime and the importance of reporting hate incidents.

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Minyanville Finance • March 16, 2022

Pepsi -Blu Taking The Whole World By Storm With Her Amazing Talent

John Jay alumna, California music artist and music producer Gwendolen Hayes, who goes by the stage name Pepsi-Blu, was profiled for her musical career.

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Quartz • March 16, 2022

The Fed's tools weren't meant to address supply-side inflation

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason discussed the leisure and hospitality industries' effect on price increases in the economy.

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Smithsonian Online • March 16, 2022

National Museum of the American Latino Has Announced Its Scholarly Advisory Committee

Professor Lisandro Perez, Chair of the Department of Latin American Studies, is on the Scholarly Advisory Committee for the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Latino, where he will provide input on the museum's comprehensive plan to preserve, document, and promote knowledge of U.S. Latino history, art and culture.

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WIS-TV Online • March 16, 2022

Columbia city leadership, local law enforcement respond to calls from faith organization for gun violence study

Professor David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Communities, worked with MORE Justice, a faith-based organization on a comprehensive gun violence intervention strategy for Columbia, South Carolina.

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WXYZ-TV Online • March 17, 2022

A crash, then a coverup: How a questionable Detroit police chase ended in a young woman's death

Professor of Criminal Justice Dennis Kenney, who has studied police chases across the country, reviewed video of a Detroit police car pursuit of a drunk driver and explained why the police are culpable.

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Manhattan Institute • March 17, 2022

Testimony Before the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs

Professor Emerita Dorothy Moses Schulz testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs on transit policing and transit security in a hearing entitled "Advancing Public Transportation under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law."

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Long Beach Herald • March 17, 2022

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"You done good, Michael''; HELP SUPPORT LOCAL JOURNALISM

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Adjunct Lecturer James Mulvaney wrote an op-ed honoring the community policing work of Mike Tangney, the late Long Beach Commissioner.

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Salisbury Post • March 17, 2022

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Greensboro residents talk success of 'cure violence' model as councilman Smith works to bring efforts to Salisbury

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A 2020 study from John Jay College's Research and Evaluation Center was cited on the effectiveness of violence interrupter programs.

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Times Union Online • March 17, 2022

Video: California man screams 'I can't breathe' before death

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and former NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on video footage of a Southern California man who died screaming “I can't breathe” while multiple officers restrained him.

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Santa Maria Sun Online • March 17, 2022

Lompoc officials, community organizations respond to violent crimes through investment in public safety and youth violence prevention

A study by John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center was cited on how to prevent future violent crime from happening.

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The Guardian (US) • March 17, 2022

US Federal Reserve Raises Interest Rates for First Time Since 2018

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason discussed how the Fed's interest rate increase will affect inflation and the wider economy.

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The Daily Tribune Online • March 17, 2022

How police, prosecutors and courts across three states failed to hold Darrell Brooks accountable

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, explained why law enforcement agencies do not use the National Crime Information Center system consistently.

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Los Angeles Times Online • March 17, 2022

How 'hiya,' 'kapwa' and other cultural values play a role in Filipino American mental health

Psychology Professor Kevin Nadal, author of “Filipino American Psychology,” cited four main cultural values that may affect Filipino Americans' mental health.

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Playbill Online • March 17, 2022

More Than 8,000 Sign Change.org Petition to Cancel Planned Production of Emmett Till Opera; Its Authors Respond

A petition created by John Jay College student Mya Bishop on Change.org calling for the cancellation of "Emmett Till, A New American Opera" at John Jay College garnered more than 14,000 signatures. Composer and co-creator Mary D. Watkins refuted claims that the opera centers on a white woman.

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Real Deal Online • March 18, 2022

Prominent Unions Back Good Cause Eviction. Will it Matter?

Associate Professor of Public Policy Heath Brown explained the power and the influence labor unions wield to influence policy and law in New York State.

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Newsday • March 18, 2022

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Renewed calls for arrest in acid attack on woman

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Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic discussed acid attacks in the United States and abroad.

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Stories by Guy Sharp on Medium • March 18, 2022

Robot dogs: Surveillance today. What about tomorrow?

John Jay MPA graduate student Joseph Shiovitz wrote an article raising concerns about nationwide law enforcement agencies' use of robot dogs for surveillance.

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NerdWallet • March 18, 2022

The Traveler's Guide to Airbnb

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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Nuevo Herald Online • March 18, 2022

El trαgico destino de las mujeres y madres de Ucrania

Professor Daria Montero-Paulson discussed the trauma of seeing the war unfold in her native country Ukraine.

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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis • March 18, 2022

Governor Ron DeSantis Appoints Three to the Early Learning Coalition of Pasco and Hernando Counties

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis appointed John Jay alumnus Manuel “Manny” Santana to the Early Learning Coalition of Pasco and Hernando Counties.

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Newsday Online • March 19, 2022

Renewed calls for arrest in Elmont acid attack, one year later

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic discussed acid attacks in the United States and abroad.

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ABC News Online • March 19, 2022

As crimes rise, battles rage on about police funding

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on the state of the policing profession and funding for police departments.

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Classic 96 7 FM • March 19, 2022

Rome and America: The Great Republics: What the Fall of the Roman Republic Portends for the United States

Adjunct Professor Walter Signorelli is the author of "Rome and America: The Great Republics: What the Fall of the Roman Republic Portends for the United States."

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New York Post Online • March 19, 2022

Alleged NYC toddler attacker was freed after previous unprovoked assault on a child

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on NYC prosecutors' decision not to ask for bail for a man, with a history of attacking toddlers and psychiatric problems, after the person attacked another toddler in Queens.

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Oxygen (US) • March 20, 2022

'The Body Was Ice Cold': NYPD Bar Bouncer Raped, Strangled Grad Student

The rape and murder of Imette St. Guillen, a John Jay criminology graduate student, was covered in the Oxygen series “New York Homicide."

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Florida Courier Online • March 20, 2022

Author: Removing Confederate statues disassembles honor

This article features many points made by Associate Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson, author of "Smashing Statues: The Rise and Fall of America's Public Monuments," on why Confederate monuments should be removed.

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New York Daily News Online • March 20, 2022

More than 10,000 sign online petition to cancel Emmett Till opera at New York City's John Jay College

A petition created by John Jay College student Mya Bishop on Change.org calling for the cancellation of "Emmett Till, A New American Opera" at John Jay College garnered more than 14,000 signatures. Composer and co-creator Mary D. Watkins refuted claims that the opera centers on a white woman.

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Operawire • March 20, 2022

Composer Mary D. Watkins & Librettist Clare Coss Respond to Criticism of 'Emmett Till'

A petition created by John Jay College student Mya Bishop on Change.org calling for the cancellation of "Emmett Till, A New American Opera" at John Jay College garnered more than 14,000 signatures. Composer and co-creator Mary D. Watkins refuted claims that the opera centers on a white woman.

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Black Christian News Network One • March 20, 2022

CUNY Student Starts Petition to Cancel School Production of Emmett Till Opera Written by White Woman

A petition created by John Jay College student Mya Bishop on Change.org calling for the cancellation of "Emmett Till, A New American Opera" at John Jay College garnered more than 14,000 signatures. Composer and co-creator Mary D. Watkins refuted claims that the opera centers on a white woman.

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Chelsea News NY • March 20, 2022

'Aggressive Policing is Something I Totally Oppose'

Professor Greg Donaldson's Daily News piece about the police tactic of patrolling in an unmarked car and then stopping suddenly to surprise a suspect was cited in article about Kadiatou Diallo’s views on the NYPD's revival of a new version of the anti-crime unit. Her son Amadou Diallo was shot to death by four police officers in the NYPD anti-crime unit.

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WPIX-TV Online • March 21, 2022

More than 11,000 petition to cancel 'Emmett Till' opera production

A petition created by John Jay College student Mya Bishop on Change.org calling for the cancellation of  "Emmett Till, A New American Opera" at John Jay College garnered more than 14,000 signatures. Composer and co-creator Mary D. Watkins refuted claims that the opera centers on a white woman.

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WCBS-TV Online • March 21, 2022

Mayor Eric Adams imposes new fire safety rules in New York City

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett discussed Mayor Eric Adams' proposal for sensible retrofit sprinkler legislation two months after the tragic Bronx high-rise fire that killed 17 people.

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New York Daily News Online • March 21, 2022

Old wine, new bottles? The costs and benefits of Mayor Adams' new NYPD units

Associate Professor Greg Donaldson, author of “The Ville: Cops and Kids in Urban America,” wrote an op-ed about Mayor Adams launching NYPD Neighborhood Safety teams in high-crime neighborhoods, a new version of the NYPD anti-crime gun-hunting unit.

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Tampa Bay Times Online • March 21, 2022

Tampa Bay law enforcement agencies weigh how to classify coronavirus deaths

Professor of Criminal Justice Dennis Kenney discussed COVID-19 fatalities among police officers in the line of duty, their vaccination status, and whether officers' surviving relatives will receive line-of-duty death benefits.

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The Journal News • March 22, 2022

Yonkers police sued over collision that killed four city teenagers in 2020

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor explained why urban police departments have moved away from engaging in high-speed car pursuits.

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Staten Island Advance • March 22, 2022

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The key to being a leader is love,' says commander of NYPD's 120th Precinct NYPD Deputy Inspector Tania Kinsella: My goal is to make the 120th Precinct welcoming for everybody, not just when there's bad times or terrible incidents.'

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John Jay alumnus NYPD Deputy Inspector Tania Kinsella, was profiled for her career and rise to becoming commander of the 120th Precinct on Staten Island.

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Post-Bulletin • March 22, 2022

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Walι Elegbede: Time to end no-knock warrants in Rochester, Olmsted County

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Attorney, former NYPD captain and former Adjunct Assistant Professor John Driscoll discussed no-knock warrants.

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St. Paul Pioneer Press • March 22, 2022

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St. Paul's public safety radios, carjacking interventions share $2.9 million in federal boost

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A $900,000 federal grant will fund Ramsey County's Violence Prevention Project which will use focused deterrence strategies created by the National Network for Safe Communities to combat carjackings and gun violence.

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Houston Chronicle Online • March 22, 2022

Opinion: Rodney Ellis should thank Republicans for pro-safety bail reform

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, wrote an op-ed on why Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis, a Democrat, should give Texan Republicans credit for trying to replace felony courts' wealth-based pretrial system.

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WNBC-TV Online • March 22, 2022

New Emmett Till Opera Faces Backlash for Being Centered Around Creator's 'White Guilt'

A petition created by John Jay College student Mya Bishop on Change.org calling for the cancellation of "Emmett Till, A New American Opera" at John Jay College garnered more than 14,000 signatures. Composer and co-creator Mary D. Watkins refuted claims that the opera centers on a white woman.

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New York Sun • March 22, 2022

Republicans Accuse Hochul of 'Brazen Opportunism' on Bail Reform Issue

Michael Rempel, Director of John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice, explained how judicial discretion within Governor Hochul's proposed changes to both bail and discovery laws can be problematic.

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New York Daily News Online • March 22, 2022

The ignorant, pernicious attempt to cancel 'Emmett Till' at CUNY's John Jay College

The New York Daily News Editorial Board wrote an article condemning the effort to cancel "Emmett Till, A New American Opera."

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Grunge • March 22, 2022

The History Of The Doe Network Explained

Deputy Chair of the Department of Security Management and Professor Robert McCrie explained why amateur organizations like the Doe Network, a volunteer-run organization that investigates cold cases, are a significant help to solve missing and unidentified person cases.

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Publicnow • March 22, 2022

Dr. Gordon-Nembhard discusses Black women cooperators and the Cooperative Hall of Fame's "Unsung Heroes Project on Everything Co-op

Africana Studies Professor Jessica Gordon-Nembhard discussed her research on Black women in the U.S. co-op movement, and the Cooperative Development Fund's "Unsung Heroes Project" for the Co-op Hall of Fame.

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The Washington Post Online • March 22, 2022

Perspective | Whose song is this to sing? A new opera about Emmett Till faces scrutiny and protest.

Washington Post classical music critic Michael Andor Brodeur wrote an article about the controversy surrounding the white librettist behind and the fictional white character included in "Emmett Till, A New American Opera."

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WNYO-FM Online • March 22, 2022

Author, educator, producer Ilyasah Shabazz to speak April 18

Adjunct Professor of Africana Studies Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz, was the featured guest speaker in the Diversity Speaker Series at SUNY Oswego.

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INSIDER • March 22, 2022

Over 12,000 sign petition to cancel Emmett Till opera in New York City for centering a fictional white character

A petition created by John Jay College student Mya Bishop on Change.org calling for the cancellation of "Emmett Till, A New American Opera" garnered more than 14,000 signatures. Composer and co-creator Mary D. Watkins refuted claims that the opera centers on a white woman.

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New York Daily News Online • March 23, 2022

The show must go on for Emmett Till opera stars Robert Mack and Lucia Renata Bradford after backlash

A petition created by John Jay College student Mya Bishop on Change.org calling for the cancellation of "Emmett Till, A New American Opera" garnered more than 14,000 signatures.

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CBS News Online • March 23, 2022

Day 2 of Ketanji Brown Jackson's Supreme Court confirmation hearings

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall analyzed key moments from the second day of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson's Supreme Court confirmation hearings.

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Inside Higher Ed • March 23, 2022

John Jay Students Rally to Cancel Opera by White Librettist

A petition created by John Jay College student Mya Bishop on Change.org calling for the cancellation of "Emmett Till, A New American Opera" garnered more than 14,000 signatures.

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WSTM-TV Online • March 23, 2022

Expert explains what prosecutors have to prove in Jordan Brooks case

Associate Professor Lauren Shapiro, author of the book “Multidisciplinary Investigation of Child Maltreatment” explained the case against Lisa and Anthony Waldron, who were charged in the death of their son Jordan Brooks, a 17-year-old with cerebral palsy.

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National Geographic Magazine Online • March 23, 2022

Stan the T. rex found! World's most expensive fossil finds home in a new museum

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson explained how wealthy museums inadvertently incentivize fraud and the looting and smuggling of fossils.

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The Daily Mail • March 23, 2022

Brave Manhattan Spa Worker Takes On Three Masked Robbers Who Raided The Store

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, discussed the near 60 percent increase in total crime in NYC during the month of February.

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St. Paul Pioneer Press Online • March 23, 2022

Ramsey County gets $2.9M from feds for first-responder radios, carjacking prevention

A $900,000 federal grant will fund Ramsey County's Violence Prevention Project which was developed by the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay.

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WNYW-TV Online • March 24, 2022

NYPD to crack down on quality-of-life offenses

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained why cracking down on quality-of-life crimes helps lower all crimes.

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WJLA-TV Online • March 24, 2022

Oregon organization focuses on hospital intervention for gun violence prevention

A report from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice on the value of hospital emergency room interventions to stop gun violence was cited in an article about such interventions in Portland.

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The Virgin Islands Consortium • March 24, 2022

Local Leaders Meet With National Network For Safer Communities To Find Ways Of Reducing Crime In USVI

Representatives from John Jay's National Network of Safe Communities met with Governor Albert Bryan Jr. and Virgin Islands Police Commissioner Ray Martinez to discuss strategies to address gun violence in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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The Daily Mail • March 24, 2022

Experts say socialite who shoved vocal coach likely to be convicted

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, an Adjunct Assistant Professor at John Jay, explained why lawyers for Lauren Pazienza, who fatally shoved an elderly opera coach, will have a difficult time building a strong defense.

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El Diario Nueva York Online • March 24, 2022

Senado confirma a inmigrante latino como juez de Tribunal federal en Nueva York

John Jay alumnus Judge Hιctor Gonzαlez, an immigrant from Cuba, was confirmed by the Senate to serve in the New York-based Eastern District Court.

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City & State New York Online • March 24, 2022

Opinion: Online harassment of politicians more often targets women and must be fought with policies requiring media literacy

John Jay graduate student Erik Krause wrote an op-ed on how online harassment of government officials is mostly targeted at women.

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Fire Engineering Online • March 24, 2022

Fire Service Recon of High-Rise Building Construction Sites

Adjunct Lecturer Jack Murphy, a retired fire marshal, former deputy chief of the Leonia (NJ) Fire Department and a former Bergen County deputy fire coordinator, wrote an article about why fire service should establish a rapport with general contractors and project managers.

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The Orange County Register Online • March 24, 2022

How Black activist Kavon Ward found her calling in the fight for Bruce's Beach

John Jay alumna and community organizer Kavon Ward spearheaded the movement to return ownership of Bruce's Beach land back to descendants of the Black couple who owned the land and ran a Black-serving beach resort at the location in 1921.

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FOX News Channel Online • March 24, 2022

NYC's new crime initiative lauded as 'effective policing,' despite criticism of return of 'broken windows'

Adjunct Professor Felipe Rodriguez, a former sergeant with the NYPD's organized crime investigation division, explained why Mayor Eric Adams' new citywide, Crime and Quality-of-Life Enforcement Initiative, which will have police officers monitor quality-of-life offenses, is not a reinstatement of broken windows policing.

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The New York Times • March 25, 2022

Republicans and Democrats Begin to Sharply Diverge on Crime

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, commented on the actions of Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee after 10 Republicans signed on to co-sponsor the EQUAL Act.

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Deceptive Cadence - NPR/National Public Radio • March 25, 2022

Critics want to shutter a new opera about Emmett Till. Here's what its creators say

A petition created by John Jay College student Mya Bishop on Change.org calling for the cancellation of "Emmett Till, A New American Opera" garnered more than 14,000 signatures. Composer and co-creator Mary D. Watkins refuted claims that the opera centers on a white woman.

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The Daily Beast • March 25, 2022

Dozens of Teens Arrested as TikTok Trend Spirals 'Out of Hand'

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the rise in Orbeez shootings, a viral and dangerous social media trend popular among teens that involves loading air guns with Orbeez (gel-filled pellets) and firing them at strangers.

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Asheville Citizen-Times Online • March 25, 2022

Asheville police still losing officers 'faster than we are hiring' amid $225K effort

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained why there is an increase in police departments using outside firms for help with recruitment.

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The Daily Mail • March 25, 2022

Gangs of teenagers have stormed at least six New York City pharmacies in string of robberies

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, discussed the near 60 percent increase in total crime in NYC during the month of February.

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The Daily Mail • March 25, 2022

Fed up New Yorkers still want to flee the Big Apple as crime surges

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, discussed the near 60 percent increase in total crime in NYC during the month of February.

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Newton County Appeal • March 25, 2022

Editorial: An opera about Emmett Till

An op-ed in the Enterprise Journal condemned the effort to cancel "Emmett Till, A New American Opera."

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The Daily Mail • March 25, 2022

Parents pay Bail Of NYC Woman Indicted For Manslaughter Of Woman, 87, Who She Allegedly Pushed

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, an Adjunct Assistant Professor at John Jay, explained why lawyers for Lauren Pazienza, who fatally shoved an elderly opera coach, will have a difficult time defending her.

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New York Daily News Online • March 25, 2022

Mayor Adams insists NYC crime crackdown not a return to 'broken windows' policing, others not so certain

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on Mayor Eric Adams' push to have police target lower-level crimes.

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The Black Star News • March 26, 2022

Allimadi, Publisher of US-based Black Star News threatens legal action Against Malicious Tweet that He Organized Seattle Oulanyah Protest

Professor of Africana Studies and publisher of Black Star News Milton Allimadi was falsely accused on social media of organizing a protest outside a Seattle hospital where the late Speaker of Uganda's Parliament Jacob Oulanyah was being treated.

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Weavervilletribune • March 26, 2022

Is the Buncombe DA Breaking the Law?

A 2021 post on Buncombe County District Attorney Todd Williams' campaign Facebook page about his collaboration with John Jay College's Institute for Innovation in Prosecution was mentioned in an article about how he handles comments on his social media page.

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The Post-Standard • March 27, 2022

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Latest Waterbury victim wonders why landlord is still a free man

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Criminal defense attorney and Adjunct Professor Herrmann Walz commented on the criminal case against landlord Doug Waterbury, who has been accused of blackmailing tenants for sexual favors.

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The Post and Courier • March 27, 2022

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Murdaugh family hopes for answers as investigation continues in loved ones' killing

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Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the status of the double homicide investigation of Paul and Maggie Murdaugh.

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WABC-TV Online • March 27, 2022

Tiempo

Professor Lisandro Perez, Chair of the Department of Latin American Studies, is on the Scholarly Advisory Committee for the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Latino, where he will provide input on the museum's comprehensive plan to preserve, document, and promote knowledge of U.S. Latino history, art and culture.

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Chicago Tribune Online • March 28, 2022

Chicago police 'brain drain'? Retirements have stabilized, but 660 cops retired in 2021, almost twice as many as in 2018

Adjunct Professor Ralph Cilento, a retired NYPD lieutenant commander of detectives, explained why lowering the standards for becoming a police officer can be harmful.

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Spectrum News NY1 Online • March 28, 2022

Shootings data show new trends in gun violence

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, explained some factors that exacerbate violent crime.

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The Post-Standard Online/Syracuse.com • March 28, 2022

Bail changes will stabilize public safety

Michael Rempel, Director of the Data Collaborative for Justice at John Jay College, discussed data that shows a link between imprisonment for low-level offenses and the propensity to commit future crimes.

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Police Online • March 28, 2022

Training in the Era of De-Policing: Developing Law Enforcement Leaders

Dr. Gabrielle Salfati, professor of psychology and the director of the Investigative Psychology Research Unit, gave a presentation on burnout in the law enforcement profession in America at the 45th Annual Conference of the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology.

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Publicnow • March 28, 2022

CUNY Students, Graduates and Faculty Speak Out Against Conflict in Ukraine, Get Involved, Marshal Support

Julia Grossman, a John Jay criminology major whose parents emigrated from Ukraine, discussed the devastating bombing of the city of Kharkiv, Ukraine. John Jay student council president Andrew Berezhansky, whose great-grandparents came to the U.S. from Ukraine, discussed how to cope with the war in Ukraine and affect change in America.

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EIN News • March 28, 2022

NYC lawyer went native in Suriname - but wasn't fully embraced by tribe

John Lenoir, a former John Jay instructor who went on to prosecute the most high-profile crimes of the 1980s, wrote the memoir, “Brother Mambo: Finding Africa in the Amazon” about his time in Suriname.

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New York Sun • March 28, 2022

Republicans See a Suburban Path Toward Recapturing New York's Governorship

Associate Professor of Political Science Brian Arbour explained the suburban strategy New York's Republicans will use to carve a path to victory in the 2022 gubernatorial race.

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Minnesota Reformer • March 29, 2022

State GOP lawmakers question Minneapolis use of 'violence interrupters'

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, discussed the effectiveness of violence interrupter programs.

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The Hawk, Saint Josephs University • March 29, 2022

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Lecture fund hosts art crime professor

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Associate Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson gave a lecture at St. Joseph's University on the largest Confederate monument in the U.S., which is carved into Stone Mountain in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Knoxville News Sentinel • March 29, 2022

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DA: Driver killed by speeding officer did not yield; Cop barreled down on driver without warning

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Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney commented on the Knox County District Attorney's decision not to charge a police officer for fatally crashing into a motorist, while speeding towards a burglary call without emergency lights or sirens on in the early hours of the morning.

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The Journal News Online • March 29, 2022

Even as restrictions loosen, we must all stay vigilant against COVID-19 | Opinion

George Contreras, an active city paramedic who teaches in the emergency management program at John Jay, wrote an op-ed about the contagiousness of the BA.2 Omicron variant as mask mandates are removed.

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WCBS-TV Online • March 29, 2022

Who's impacted and what's really going on

Michael Rempel, Director of John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice, discussed what the data says on bail reform and recidivism.

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The Courier-Journal Online • March 29, 2022

Faith-based group urges Louisville officials to fight violence. Police chief fails to show

The National Network for Safe Communities partnered with the city of Louisville to implement a reconciliation project to combat gun violence.

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Online • March 29, 2022

JND Legal Administration Promotes Luiggy Segura to Vice President of Securities Operations

John Jay alumnus Luiggy Segura was promoted to the role of Vice President of Operations at JND Legal Administration.

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Next City Online • March 29, 2022

City Leaders Look to Prisoners for Answers to Violence

The National Network for Safe Communities partnered with Wayne Rawlins, the Anti-Violence Initiative project manager for Miami Dade County to help at-risk youth.

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The Christian Science Monitor Daily • March 29, 2022

Curbing Chicago crime, one jigsaw cut at a time

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, commented on the different methods of combating gun violence without involving policing.

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WCBS-TV Online • March 29, 2022

A look at the history of New York's bail reform law with Bronx DA Darcel Clark

Michael Rempel, Director of John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice, discussed what the data says on the link between gun violence and bail reform.

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New York Focus • March 30, 2022

Read the Senate's Draft Compromise on Bail Reform

Michael Rempel, director of the Data Collaborative for Justice at John Jay College, analyzed the impact of the State Senate's bail reform proposal.

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WCBS-TV Online • March 30, 2022

Legal experts urge New Yorkers to know their rights as NYPD neighborhood safety teams roll out

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed the NYPD's new neighborhood safety teams.

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WPIX-TV Online • March 30, 2022

NYPD officer making a difference in the neighborhood she grew up

This Women's History Month, Pix 11 profiled a remarkable John Jay alumna and NYPD officer Tanya Duhaney, founder of the nonprofit Beyond the Blue.

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Newsday • March 30, 2022

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SOURCES: TOP COP SUSPENDS PBA DELEGATE; Anonymous union message vows to fight 'arbitrary' call

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Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on the internal affairs investigation into a police union delegate for intervening in the disciplinary case of another cop.

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City & State New York Online • March 30, 2022

Higher Education Power 100: Driving diversity on campus

Professors of Public Management Maria D'Agostino and Nicole Elias, the founding co-directors for the Initiative for Gender Equity in the Public Sector at John Jay College (formerly called Women in the Public Sector at John Jay College) were named to a list to honor their work on diversity on campus.

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WCBS-TV Online • March 30, 2022

Oversight hearing today on Mayor Adams' blueprint to end gun violence

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed the NYPD's new neighborhood safety teams.

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Player FM • March 30, 2022

The Rise and Fall of America's Public Monuments" (Norton, 2022)

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson discussed the history of controversial public monuments and her book, “Smashing Statues: The Rise and Fall of American Monuments.”

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Publicnow • March 30, 2022

CUNY Grad Schools and Programs Ranked Among 2023 Best Graduate Schools by U.S. News

One of John Jay College's MPA programs was ranked #11 in its category by the U.S. News & World Report’s list of Best Graduate Schools 2023.

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Spectrum News NY1 Online • March 30, 2022

Shootings rise in Bronx, fall in Brooklyn, as anti-gun efforts start

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, commented on the different methods of combating gun violence without involving policing. Sheyla Delgado, the deputy director of analytics at John Jay's Research and Evaluation Center, explained the effectiveness of Cure Violence programs in pre-pandemic years.

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Diverse: Issues in Higher Education Online • March 30, 2022

Report Examines Impact of Emergency Micro-Grants

Dara Byrne, Associate Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Studies, discussed how John Jay administers micro-grants and their impact on student success.

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1285650 W42ST • March 31, 2022

"Being at John Jay Gave Me the Ability to Contemplate the Future" - Ravesa Bajo's Road to City Hall

John Jay alumna Ravesa Bajo was appointed Executive Director of Policy Initiatives and Special Projects for the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs.

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KDVR-TV Online • March 31, 2022

Police officer fired after deadly pursuit in Brighton

Professor Dennis Kenney, who co-authored a U.S. Justice Department-funded study about police pursuits, commented on a deadly police chase.

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Inside Higher Ed • March 31, 2022

Growing Transfers in the Humanities: Student Characteristics and Motivation | Inside Higher Ed

Rhina I. Torres, an adjunct lecturer in the Department of Latin American Studies co-wrote an article about the importance of facilitating the transfer from community college to four-year schools.

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Teller Report • March 31, 2022

A method is now being introduced to curb aggravated and deadly violence in Φrebro

David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Communities, commented on the implementation of the Group Violence Intervention strategy in Φrebro, Sweden.

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The Daily Beast • March 31, 2022

How Is This Fugitive Billionaire Able to Sell $20M of Art and Wine?

Associate Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson explained why some art auction companies are considered disreputable.

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amNewYork METRO Online • March 31, 2022

Ed | To make New York safer, follow the evidence not the headlines | amNewYork

The Data Collaborative for Justice's policy analysis of the criminal justice proposals advanced by Governor Kathy Hochul was cited in an op-ed that warns against rolling back Raise the Age and bail reforms.

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New York Post Online • March 31, 2022

NY lawmakers failed to get baseline data to analyze bail reform impacts

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, pointed out the failure by New York policymakers to require state agencies to track cases before and after the controversial bail reform laws passed, so that there is a a baseline analysis of its impacts.

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