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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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WFXV-TV • March 15, 2023

Eyewitness News at Ten

A study from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice showed that those released without bail for minor offenses under New York's bail law were less likely to reoffend.

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WUTQ-FM • March 16, 2023

WUTQ - Utica

A study from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice showed that those released without bail for minor offenses under New York's bail law were less likely to reoffend.

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WGY-FM • March 16, 2023

NewsRadio WGY

A study from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice showed that those released without bail for minor offenses under New York's bail law were less likely to reoffend.

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BBC/British Broadcasting Corporation • March 19, 2023

Sunday Feature X-Ray Vision: Rudolph Fisher in Harlem

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, a former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment, discussed his experiences as a Black police officer and Harlem resident (at 40 minute mark).

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WPIX-TV • March 20, 2023

PIX11 News at 4

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed how law enforcement will manage protesters gathering in response to the indictment and arrest of Donald Trump.

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WPIX-TV • March 20, 2023

PIX11 News at 5 with Tamsen Fadal and Kori Chambers

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed how law enforcement will manage protesters gathering in response to the indictment and arrest of Donald Trump.

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WNYW-TV • March 20, 2023

THE 5 O'CLOCK NEWS

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed the recent history of protesting in NYC and how that will affect the police response to Trump indictment and arrest protests.

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WIND-AM • March 21, 2023

AM 560 The Answer

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the rise in major crimes in NYC.

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WCBS-TV • March 21, 2023

Inside Edition

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed how law enforcement will manage protesters gathering in response to the indictment and arrest of Donald Trump.

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WABC-TV • March 21, 2023

Eyewitness News

Adjunct Professor John Bandler, a former Manhattan Assistant District Attorney, explained the grand jury process.

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CNN • March 21, 2023

CNN Tonight

Professor Emeritus of Forensic Science Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed the criminal investigation of a Colorado dentist accused of fatally poisoning his wife.

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Spectrum News Albany • March 22, 2023

Spectrum News Capital Region

Governor Kathy Hochul cited a recent study from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice on bail reform and recidivism.

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WTEN-TV • March 22, 2023

News10 at 6PM

Governor Kathy Hochul cited a recent study from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice on bail reform and recidivism.

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WNLO-TV • March 22, 2023

News 4 at 7

Governor Kathy Hochul cited a recent study from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice on bail reform and recidivism.

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WCBS-TV • March 22, 2023

Inside Edition

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, explained how the NYPD will book Donald Trump on felony charges.

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WXXA-TV • March 22, 2023

News10 at 10

Governor Kathy Hochul cited a recent study from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice on bail reform and recidivism.

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WNYW-TV • March 23, 2023

Gov. Hochul unveils new crime stats, pushes for bail reform changes

Governor Kathy Hochul cited a recent study from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice on bail reform and recidivism.

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WUTQ-FM • March 23, 2023

WUTQ - Utica

Governor Kathy Hochul cited a recent study from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice on bail reform and recidivism.

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Spectrum News Rochester • March 23, 2023

TV clip from Spectrum News Rochester

Michael Rempel, director of John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice, discussed the new study he co-authored on recidivism and bail reform.

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WBFO-FM • March 24, 2023

WBFO-FM (Radio)

Research from Data Collaborative for Justice examined the number of violent crimes committed by juvenile offenders since the passage of the Raise the Age Law.

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WPIX-TV • March 26, 2023

PIX on Politics

Governor Kathy Hochul cited a recent study from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice on bail reform and recidivism.

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WABC-AM • March 26, 2023

The Cats Roundtable

A study from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice on recidivism showed that those released without bail for minor offenses due to changes in New York's bail law were less likely to reoffend.

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CBC News Network • March 27, 2023

A New York grand jury is expected to indict Donald Trump. Getting a conviction won't be easy

Distinguished Lecturer David Shapiro, a former prosecutor and FBI special agent, explained the Manhattan District Attorney's criminal case against former President Donald Trump.

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Inside Edition • March 28, 2023

How Nashville Police Took Down Covenant School Shooter

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, analyzed the police response to the deadly Covenant School shooting in Nashville.

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WABC-TV • March 28, 2023

Eyewitness News at 6

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone analyzed the police response to the deadly Covenant School shooting in Nashville.

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WNYC-AM • March 29, 2023

At this Bronx workshop, teenagers are taught how to de-escalate NYPD confrontations

Adjunct Assistant Professor Alfred Titus, a Black retired NYPD homicide detective, explained how police can facilitate positive interactions with communities of color.

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CNN • March 29, 2023

The Lead With Jake Tapper

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed how police will determine the motive of the Nashville school shooter.

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WVON-AM • March 30, 2023

The Afternoon Show

Professor of constitutional law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall discussed the historic indictment of former President Trump.

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WPIX-TV • March 30, 2023

PIX11 News at 10 with Tamsen Fadal and Kori Chambers

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, a former NYPD sergeant, explained how the NYPD will secure the area around the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse following Trump's indictment.

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WCBS-TV • March 30, 2023

CBS 2 News at 11

After a Manhattan grand jury indicted President Trump, Adjunct Professor John Bandler, a former Manhattan Assistant District Attorney, explained how Trump will be booked.

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WXTV-TV • March 31, 2023

Noticias Univisión 41---A las Seis

Adjunct Lecturer Felipe Rodriguez, a former NYPD sergeant, explained how the NYPD will secure the area around the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse during the arrest of Donald Trump.

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The Gray Zone • March 15, 2023

How Covid lockdowns primed the current financial crisis

Associate Professor of Economics Christian Parenti wrote an article about the economic impact of COVID lockdowns.

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WPIX-TV Online • March 16, 2023

Paterson police bodycam video released in shooting death of Najee Seabrooks

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, a former NYPD sergeant, commented on the Paterson police's deadly interaction with an armed, mentally ill individual.

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New York Post Online • March 16, 2023

NY GOP urges Hochul to get 'bloody' on bail reform fix in budget battle with fellow Dems

A study from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice on recidivism following New York's bail reform laws showed a slight increase in the rearrest of violent offenders released without bail.

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New York Post Online • March 16, 2023

NYC suspects busted in serious crimes more likely to be re-arrested under bail reform: study

A study from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice on recidivism following New York's bail reform laws showed a slight increase in the rearrest of violent offenders released without bail.

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NJ.com • March 16, 2023

Former state Sen. Ron Rice, longest-serving Black lawmaker in N.J. history, dies at 77

John Jay alumnus Ron Rice, the longest-serving Black lawmaker in N.J. history, passed away at age 77.

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WTEN-TV Online • March 16, 2023

Assembly releases one house budget

A study from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice on recidivism showed that those released without bail for minor offenses due to changes in New York's bail law were less likely to reoffend.

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FOX News Channel Online • March 16, 2023

NYPD blasted for lowering standards to try to recruit more women: 'Policing is gender neutral'

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, a retired NYPD police officer, commented on the NYPD lowering its fitness requirement for police recruits to help more female applicants make the cut.

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The Buffalo News Online • March 16, 2023

Here's where things stand in New York State budget negotiations as deadline nears

A study from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice on recidivism showed that those released without bail for minor offenses due to changes in New York's bail law were less likely to reoffend.

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Medical Xpress • March 16, 2023

New study examines compromised test conditions and fraudulent data on PCB products in the 1970s

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 Professor of History Gerald Markowitz co-authored a study on the fraudulent data Industrial Bio-Test Laboratories published to hide the dangers of toxic tobacco, asbestos, and lead products in the 1970s.

 

 

The New York Times • March 16, 2023

Owner of Madison Square Garden Had State Liquor Investigator Tailed

Assistant Professor Chelsea Binns explained what the law says on the private investigation of state officials.

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Newsday • March 16, 2023

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STUDY: LAW CUTS RECIDIVISM; John Jay report on bail reform's effects in NYC

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Michael Rempel, director of John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice, and Rene Ropac, a John Jay senior research associate, authored a new study on recidivism which found that those released without bail for minor offenses due to changes in New York's bail law were less likely to reoffend.

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New York Post • March 16, 2023

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Kat Fight Due GOP backs Hochul in bail battle

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A study from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice on recidivism following New York's bail reform laws showed a slight increase in rearrest of violent offenders released without bail.

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The Journal News • March 16, 2023

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As New Rochelle grew, Black residents wondered what they were breathing. NY's air quality data will offer clues

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Blaze Lightfoot Jones-Yellin, a professor of sustainability and environmental justice at John Jay, discussed how institutionalized racism in city planning has harmed Black and Brown New Rochelle residents.

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WGRZ-TV Online • March 17, 2023

Democrats attack Governor Hochul's budget and plan for bail reform

A study from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice on recidivism showed that those released without bail for minor offenses due to changes in New York's bail law were less likely to reoffend.

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New York Post Online • March 17, 2023

Bail 'reform' increased crime - and misleading studies don't prove otherwise

The Data Collaborative of Justice (DCJ) released a new study on recidivism which found that those released without bail for minor offenses due to changes in New York's bail law were less likely to reoffend. DCJ refutes the way the study is characterized in this story.

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Spectrum News NY1 Online • March 17, 2023

NYPD is working to provide opportunities for the deaf & (VIDEO ONLY)

John Jay alumnus Angel Familia, an NYPD officer and liaison to the deaf community, visited the Lexington School & Center for the Deaf to share NYPD summer youth employment opportunities.

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New York Daily News Online • March 17, 2023

Albany changes in the law helped all people facing charges

John Jay graduate student Esther Laaninen and Professor Candace McCoy co-wrote an op-ed on New York's 2020 bail reform law. They conducted research on how it affected racial and ethnic disparities in pretrial outcomes.

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WSTM-TV Online • March 17, 2023

Expert explains Discord, the app many violent threats are made

Adam Wandt, attorney and Assistant Professor of academic technology, explained why people use the social media app Discord to make violent threats.

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City & State New York Online • March 17, 2023

Major arrests in New York City at highest point since Giuliani

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, discussed why major arrests are up under Mayor Adams.

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WAER-FM Online • March 17, 2023

Lawmakers reject key priorities in Hochul's spending plan

Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins cited a recent study from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice on bail reform and recidivism.

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Dan's Papers Online • March 17, 2023

Long Island Serial Killer Panel Among Hamptons Mystery & Crime Festival Events

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone was a panelist at the inaugural Hamptons Mystery & Crime Festival.

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The New York Times • March 17, 2023

These Painters Regret Their Dealings With Scam Artists

Assistant Professor Chelsea Binns explained the challenges police face in apprehending cybercriminals.

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WNYW-TV Online • March 18, 2023

Stores are using facial recognition to help stop repeat shoplifters

Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, explained how the NYPD uses facial recognition technology to identify shoplifters.

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The Ohio Star • March 18, 2023

Commentary: The Way Government Lost 15 Million Acres of Public Land in the United States

John Jay graduate student Saul Zimet wrote an op-ed criticizing government ownership of 15 million acres of landlocked, inaccessible lands.

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The Post-Journal Online • March 18, 2023

Hochul's Agenda A Loser In One-House Budgets

A study from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice on recidivism following New York's bail reform laws showed a slight increase in the rearrest of violent offenders released without bail.

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