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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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MSNBC • March 11, 2023

The Saturday Show with Jonathan Capehart

President Karol V. Mason discussed the Department of Justice report that found the Louisville Metro Police Department unlawfully used excessive force against Black people.

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WKRN2-TV • March 1, 2023

New partnership aims to reduce violent crime in Nashville

The Group Violence Intervention program, created by David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Communities was implemented in Nashville to reduce violent crime.

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WNBC-TV • March 7, 2023

News 4 New York at 4

Associate Professor of Forensic Science Angelique Corthals commented on human remains found on a Long Island beach.

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WNBC-TV • March 7, 2023

News 4 New York at 6

Associate Professor of Forensic Science Angelique Corthals explained how the Suffolk medical examiner can identify human remains found on a Long Island beach.

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WCBS-TV • March 8, 2023

Jose Gonzalez found guilty in killing of FDNY EMT Yadira Arroyo & CBS 2 News at 11 (VIDEO ONLY)

Criminal defense attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, an Adjunct Assistant Professor at John Jay, explained the rarity of first-degree murder convictions in New York, after Jose Gonzalez was found guilty for killing Yadira Arroyo, a New York City emergency medical worker.

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NewsNation • March 12, 2023

NewsNation Prime

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained the primary factors behind the spike in NYPD resignations in the first two months of this year.

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WNYC-FM • March 13, 2023

WNYC-FM (Radio)

David Viola, an adjunct professor at the Center on Terrorism at John Jay, discussed whether capital punishment is justified in the case against Sayfullo Saipov, found guilty for the Halloween Day terrorist attack in 2017 that killed 8 people on the Westside Highway Bike Path.

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WABC-TV • March 13, 2023

Eyewitness News at Noon

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason explained why Silicon Valley Bank failed.

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WLS-AM • March 13, 2023

WLS-AM (Radio, Chicago)

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason explained why Silicon Valley Bank failed.

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KFI-AM • March 13, 2023

KFI AM - Los Angeles

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason explained why Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank failed.

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WABC-TV • March 13, 2023

Eyewitness News First at 4 & (VIDEO ONLY)

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason explained why the rollback of regulations caused regional banks like Silicon Valley Bank to fail.

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NPR/National Public Radio • March 13, 2023

All Things Considered

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt emphasized the need to address the fentanyl crisis as a public health crisis.

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Spectrum News NY1 • March 14, 2023

News All Evening

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason explained why the Federal Reserve Bank is complicit in the failure of Silicon Valley and Signature Banks.

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NewsNation • March 14, 2023

Dan Abrams Live

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained the primary factors behind the spike in NYPD resignations in the first two months of this year.

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WNYC-FM • March 15, 2023

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Researchers from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice debunked claims that those released without bail for minor offenses due to changes in New York's bail law are likely to reoffend.

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WINS-AM • March 15, 2023

1010 WINS-AM

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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Spectrum News NY1 • March 15, 2023

Inside City Hall (part 1)

Associate Professor Susan Kang discussed the conflict between Governor Hochul and suburban legislators during NYS budget talks.

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Spectrum News NY1 • March 15, 2023

Inside City Hall (part 2)

Associate Professor Susan Kang commented on sexual assault allegations against Queens Assemblyman Juan Ardila.

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Spectrum News Albany • March 15, 2023

Spectrum News Capital Region - Capital Tonight

Speaker Carl Heastie cited the recent bail reform study from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice.

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El Diario Nueva York Online • February 28, 2023

Estudio denuncia disparidades raciales en cαrceles de Nueva York

A report by John Jay College's Data Collaborative for Justice found that Black people were jailed at a rate 11.6 times higher than white people in 2021.

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The New York Times • March 1, 2023

In Lawsuit, Top Fire Chiefs Accuse Commissioner of Unfair Demotions

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett discussed the turmoil in the New York City Fire Department.

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CUNY TV • March 1, 2023

Let It Rip: Tyre Nichols and Police Reform

Adjunct Lecturer Felipe Rodriguez, a former NYPD sergeant, discussed the recent killing of Tyre Nichols by Memphis, Tennessee Police officers and police reform.

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Philadelphia Inquirer Online • March 1, 2023

A city-led effort to reach potential shooters has produced encouraging results, Philly officials say

David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Communities, commented on the effectiveness of Group Violence Intervention to reduce gang related gun violence.

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Sidelines Online • March 1, 2023

A Guiding Light: Ilyasah Shabazz Ends Off Black History Month on Campus

Adjunct Professor Ilyasah Shabazz was the Black History Month Keynote Speaker at Middle Tennessee State University.

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Crime Report • March 1, 2023

Study Shows Low Safety Risk of Reducing Long Sentences

Martin F. Horn, former New York Commissioner of Corrections and former Distinguished Lecturer in Corrections at John Jay College, said the frequency individuals commit crimes diminishes with age.

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Metro New York Online • March 1, 2023

Ed | Rethinking Black, race & ethnic studies at CUNY | amNewYork

CUNY Chancellor Felix Matos Rodriguez wrote an op-ed about CUNY's Black, Race and Ethnic Studies Initiative (BRESI) which is dedicated to reimagining and transforming University programs in race and ethnic studies. He mentioned the Northeast Slavery Records Index co-created by Assistant Professor Judy-Lynne Peters and Ned Benton, an online searchable compilation of records that identifies individual enslaved persons and enslavers.

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Crime Report • March 1, 2023

NY Top Court: 'Long Forbidden Routine' of Visible Shackling Applies To Verdict Reading and Jury Polling

Criminal defense attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, an Adjunct Assistant Professor at John Jay, discussed the constitutional prohibition on restraining a defendant during trial without justification.

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Chronicle of Higher Education Online • March 1, 2023

Where Rich Students Are Told: 'You Deserve This'

Professor of Criminal Justice Evan Mandery wrote an article challenging the belief that Ivy League admissions are merit-based.

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R Street • March 1, 2023

Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties Statement for the Record for House Judiciary Subcommittee Hearing on the Fentanyl Crisis

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, testified before the House Judiciary Subcommittee Hearing on the Fentanyl Crisis.

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The Christian Science Monitor • March 2, 2023

Can police police their own? NYPD as a case study.

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed his experience in 1994 returning fire during an armed robbery, the catastrophic similarities between the George Floyd and Tyre Nichols' murders, and the NYPD accountability system in the 1990s.

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The City • March 2, 2023

Racial Gap in City Jails Has Only Gotten Worse, John Jay Study Finds

A report by John Jay College's Data Collaborative for Justice (DCJ) found that in 2021, Black people were jailed at a rate 11.6 times higher than white people. Michael Rempel, Director of the DCJ and research analyst Sarah Monaghan explained why race-neutral approaches to addressing these racial disparities are not working.

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NBC News Digital • March 2, 2023

Police seized masks, weapons from family home of Idaho murder suspect Bryan Kohberger

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, explained the potential evidentiary value in the gun seized from the home of University of Idaho murder case suspect Bryan Kohberger.

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New York Post Online • March 2, 2023

NYPD kills timed, 1.5-mile run requirement for new cops, official says

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on news the NYPD lowered its requirement for police recruits to help more women applicants make the cut.

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Inside Higher Ed • March 2, 2023

Making Transfer Students Visible | Inside Higher Ed

Thanks to funding from the Caroll and Milton Petrie Foundation, College Access: Research and Action (CARA) based at the CUNY Graduate Center collaborated with John Jay College to provide peer-to-peer advising for transfer students.

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itonline • March 2, 2023

A push to diversify

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, a former NYPD sergeant, explained why it is beneficial to have first responders who look like the community they serve.

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The Athletic • March 2, 2023

Who really taught Kareem Abdul-Jabaar his hook shot?

John Jay coach Guy Rancourt was responsible for having some of the NBA's greatest basketball players practice on John Jay College's basketball court.

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University of Albany • March 2, 2023

"UndocuAlly" Trainings Share Tools for Supporting Students Without Legal Resident Status

John Jay was mentioned for having an Immigrant Student Success Center to support the needs of immigrant students. Former Director of the center Cynthia Carvajal now leads Undocumented and Immigrant Student Programs for the City University of New York.

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WNYW-TV Online • March 2, 2023

NYC to pay millions over police 'kettling' at George Floyd protest

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed the implications of the city's million-dollar settlement with protestors who were kettled by police during a 2020 George Floyd demonstration in The Bronx.

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48 hills • March 2, 2023

Civil Rights leader Ben Jealous on new book: 'The insanity of racism diminishes all'

Professor of Psychology Phil Yanos was mentioned for his assertion that authoritarianism, more so than racism, is at the root of officer-involved civilian killings.

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DivaGalsDaily • March 2, 2023

Geek Gal Caroline Cao Reviews Ajijaak on Turtle Island, An Indigenous Children's Tale!

John Jay's Gerald W. Lynch Theater hosted a performance of “Ajijaak on Turtle Island,” a family environmental musical co-directed by Heather Henson, daughter of Jim and Jane Henson, and the Grammy-winning composer Ty Defoe.

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The Canadian Jewish News Online • March 2, 2023

What do the law, Megilat Esther and 'The Giving Tree' have in common? A comment on domestic abuse in modern times

Professor Yael Machtinger wrote an article about her research on how the refusal to grant a religious divorce is intertwined with domestic spousal abuse of Jewish women.

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The Post Millennial • March 2, 2023

50% of murders in the US went UNSOLVED in 2020

Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Peter Moskos explained how anti-police rhetoric hurts police investigations.

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New York Post • March 3, 2023

NYC to pay up to $6M - or $21K each - to protesters 'kettled' or beaten by cops during 2020 demo

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone criticized a NYC settlement that will pay millions to protestors who were kettled by police during a 2020 George Floyd demonstration in the Bronx.

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Cuban Studies at University of Florida • March 3, 2023

Interview with Dr. Lisandro Peμrez

Professor Lisandro Perez, Chair of the Department of Latin American Studies, discussed Cuban Miami's present political culture and his new books on Cuban-Americans' long transnational history in the United States.

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NJTV Online • March 3, 2023

Researchers press legal fight to reexamine evidence in Lindbergh kidnap case

The same DNA technology Professor of Forensic Science Dr. Angelique Corthals used to identify a mummy, could be used in an investigation into the 1932 kidnapping and murder of Charles Lindbergh's baby.

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FOX News Channel Online • March 3, 2023

Bryan Kohberger's Pennsylvania warrants: Experts break down key evidence

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone emphasized the importance of DNA evidence in linking Bryan Kohberger to the Idaho murders.

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Best Life • March 3, 2023

Police Find Knife, Gun, Empty Gun Magazines at the Suspect's Home

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, explained the potential evidentiary value in the gun seized from the home of Idaho murder suspect Bryan Kohberger.

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Newsday Online • March 3, 2023

New York City's major crime falls 5.6% in 2023, statistics for first two months of the year show

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the 5.6% drop in major crimes in NYC for February compared to a year ago.

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Commercial Appeal Online • March 3, 2023

Questions remain following release of footage showing jailed man being beat by corrections officers

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, former Assistant Commissioner for the NYC Department of Correction, explained best practices for corrections officers when handling a mentally ill individual.

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Knoxville News Sentinel • March 5, 2023

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'Compassion fatigue'; How training can help police guard against condition

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Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney examined the Knoxville police treatment of Lisa Edwards and why medical staff may be responsible for her death.

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The New York Times • March 5, 2023

Rafael Viρoly, Architect Who Built Landmarks Across Globe, Dies at 78

Rafael Viρoly, a Uruguayan-born architect whose New York-based firm was responsible for the transformation of John Jay's New Building and Haaren Hall, passed away at age 78.

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Spectrum News NY1 Online • March 5, 2023

Medical Examiner: Deaths of two men in Manhattan deemed homicides & (VIDEO ONLY)

Associate Professor of Forensic Science Angelique Corthals explained how the combination of lidocaine and cocaine can be fatal, after two gay men were robbed and fatally overdosed.

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Insider • March 5, 2023

Artist's discovery of an 'execution wall' sheds light on the brutal history of Nazi concentration camps on British soil

John Jay ballistics experts Pete Diaczuk and Nicholas Petraco conducted a forensic examination of a Nazi execution site which was reproduced by artist Piers Secunda.

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ABC News Online • March 5, 2023

Recent high-profile deaths put police body cameras under new scrutiny

Professor Maki Haberfeld, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration, explained why America's decentralized police system and overreliance on body cameras are problematic.

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Superfund Report • March 6, 2023

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ENVIRONMENTALISTS SEEK VINYL CHLORIDE BAN AFTER SPILL, BUT SOME DOUBT TSCA

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History Professor Gerald Markowitz co-authored a Feb. 19 New York Times op-ed calling for a vinyl chloride ban following the train derailment carrying the toxic chemical in East Palestine, OH.

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The Baltimore Sun Online • March 6, 2023

Maryland's juvenile cases should begin in juvenile court

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider, Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties at R Street Institute, co-wrote an article on why Maryland lawmakers should pass the Youth Equity and Safety Act, which will ensure children are charged in juvenile court rather than adult court.

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Queens Daily Eagle • March 6, 2023

Opinion: We need more police, not less

City Councilmember Joann Ariola cited Professor Christopher Herrmann's comments on the crime rate as evidence for why the NYC needs better-compensated police officers.

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Diverse: Issues in Higher Education • March 7, 2023

Ivy League to Become Collegiate Outlier in Top Women Leadership

Professor Evan Mandery, author of "Poison Ivy: How Elite Colleges Divide Us," commented on the fact that a majority of Ivy League presidencies are held by women and discussed how they should ensure equity in admissions for students of all socioeconomic backgrounds.

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Barron's • March 7, 2023

Do Interest Rates Really Drive the Economy?

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason wrote an article on the role interest rates play in business investment.

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The News Journal • March 7, 2023

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State police scrutinized after arrest of 3 teens; Debate over training, transparency churns

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Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone reviewed and commented on video footage of Delaware police arresting three teens for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

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El Mostrador • March 7, 2023

Muere histσrico dirigente kawesqar en Nueva York

Professor of Sociology Marcia Esparza discussed the life of the late Kawesqar leader and human rights activist Carlos Eden Maidel.

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LA Times • March 7, 2023

Opinion: Another toxic train derailment will happen if we don't rein in plastics

Professor of History Gerald Markowitz co-wrote an article calling for a ban on the cancer-causing chemical vinyl chloride, after it was released into the air following a train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio.

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BuzzFeed • March 7, 2023

5 Infamous Cases Of Men Who Murdered Their Families

Professor of Psychology Louis Schlesinger explained the two main psychopathologies underlying familicidal killers.

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The Hill • March 8, 2023

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Powell Faces Senate Heat as Fed Ramps Up Inflation Fight, Warns of More Rate Hikes

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Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason explained why current inflation issues are not primarily caused by the labor market.

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CUNY Graduate Center • March 8, 2023

End of the English Major? Hardly!

Caroline Reitz, Professor of English at the Graduate Center and John Jay College of Criminal Justice, shared her views on the current state and future of humanities after a New Yorker article declared humanities programs obsolete.

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Rosario3.com • March 8, 2023

Panel sobre empresas transnacionales y fraude societario

Distinguished Lecturer David Shapiro gave a presentation on corporate fraud and transnational companies. He is the co-author of Global Company and Private Profits: How Citizens and the Public Interest are Being Scammed.

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Capital B • March 8, 2023

Why Has Qualified Immunity Excused Officers' Misconduct in Lawsuits for Decades?

Professor Emerita Delores Jones-Brown defined qualified immunity and explained its implications.

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WNYW-TV Online • March 8, 2023

'Tennis brings us all together': Police, youth connect through sport

John Jay sophomore Beleric Bacheco participates in the 42nd precinct Youth Community Tennis Program, which connects police with at-risk youth in the South Bronx with weekly tennis lessons.

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ACLU of Connecticut • March 8, 2023

Advocates Call to End Deceptive Police Interrogations of Youth

Project Aletheia, founded by Sociology Professor Maria Hartwig, is a research center that works with interrogations professionals around the world to develop training in new science-based and effective interviewing techniques.

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City, The • March 9, 2023

WATCH: Videos Show NYPD Chiefs Intervened Before Voiding of Ex-Cop's Gun Arrest

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, commented on news that two ranking police chiefs visited a police station to void the arrest of a retired officer.

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Newsweek • March 9, 2023

Marjorie Taylor Greene's Antifa Plan Trashed by Counter-Terrorism Experts

Peter Romaniuk, the director of the Center on Terrorism at John Jay, explained why Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene's characterization of Antifa as a terrorist organization is incorrect.

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New York Post Online • March 9, 2023

'Worst. Idea. Ever.': NY Democrat roasted for bill to elect NYPD commish

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone criticized the proposal to make New York police commissioner an elected position rather than a mayoral appointment.

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NJTV Online • March 9, 2023

Paterson killing raises more questions about police and mental health calls

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained how New Jersey police should be educated on use of force policy.

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New York Amsterdam News Online • March 9, 2023

BK Mom of 6 dies shielding son from hit-and-run driver -

Associate Professor Chris Herrmann, a former NYPD crime analyst, explained why chances are high that a hit-and-run driver will be identified, after the driver fatally struck a mother of six in Coney Island.

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Colorado Public Radio • March 9, 2023

Colorado could allow rent control. What does history say might happen next?

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason explained how rent regulation can help minimize displacement caused by gentrification.

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the ticker • March 9, 2023

Students lead TEDxCUNY's comeback conference

Emily Madray, a sociology major from Macaulay Honors College at John Jay College and Katiera Dickinson, a forensic psychology major from John Jay College, organized the 6th annual TEDxCUNY conference.

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Hoy • March 10, 2023

DR-NY Hopes to Re-Establish Visits to Dominican Prisoners

A report by John Jay College's Data Collaborative for Justice found that African-Americans and Hispanics accounted for 90% of those incarcerated in the state during 2021.

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Indian Express - New Delhi Edition • March 10, 2023

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The days after Women's Day: Integrate women cops as leaders in the police force; We celebrated the induction of women in uniform. Now we cannot allow them to stagnate

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Professor Emeritus Dorothy Moses Schulz co-authored a comparative study of women in policing in China and the US which found that while they are integrated in the US, in China, women attend to mainly indoor administrative and support duties.

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The Associated Press • March 10, 2023

The New York hush-money probe of Donald Trump explained

Distinguished Lecturer David Shapiro, a former prosecutor and FBI special agent, explained why the case against Trump could be difficult to prosecute.

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WBIR-TV Online • March 10, 2023

Policing experts weigh in on death of Lisa Edwards

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney discussed the factors that may have led to the death of Lisa Edwards, who died while in police custody.

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City Journal Online • March 10, 2023

Power Struggle at the NYPD?

Professor Emerita Dorothy Schulz wrote an article about the power struggle between NYPD Chief of Training Juanita Holmes, Deputy Mayor for Public Safety Philip Banks and NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell, over the decision to eliminate the 1.5-mile timed run required to complete police academy training.

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Texas Public Radio • March 10, 2023

Texas bill requiring 10-year prison sentences for gun felonies faces opposition

Michael Rempel, Director of John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice, explained research on the effect mandatory minimum prison sentences have on reducing violent crime.

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Law Officer Online • March 10, 2023

Betraying Public Safety with Kid-Gloves Hiring Policies

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on the NYPD lowering its running requirement for police recruits to help more women applicants make the cut.

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News Nation Now • March 11, 2023

Are police department takeovers the answer to rising crime?

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, discussed the effectiveness of state control of local police departments in order to reduce high crime rates.

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Guardian • March 11, 2023

For all of us detained at Guantαnamo, making art was a lifeline. Why won't Joe Biden let us keep our work? | Mansoor Adayfi

A Trump-era policy barring artwork by Guantαnamo detainees from leaving the prison, established following an exhibition at John Jay, has been lifted. The exhibition was curated by Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson.

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Pittsburgh Business Times • March 12, 2023

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30 Under 30: Meet Kaleigh Muko, National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance

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Kaleigh Muko, an intelligence analyst II with the National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA), designed a cybersecurity course for John Jay criminal justice students.

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The Citizens' Voice • March 12, 2023

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Police and prosecutors are divided on Predator Catcher's tactics

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Adam Scott Wandt, attorney and Assistant Professor of academic technology, explained why amateur video vigilantism aimed at catching online sexual predators is problematic.

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The Guardian - New York Bureau - Online • March 12, 2023

Trump should quit 2024 race if indicted in New York, Republican rival says

Distinguished Lecturer David Shapiro, a former prosecutor and FBI special agent, explained why the case against Trump could be difficult to prosecute.

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WHYY News • March 12, 2023

Camden County's Child Abduction Response Team receives national certification

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained the advantages when a police department earns national certifications.

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WNYW-TV Online • March 13, 2023

NYPD officers resigning in record numbers in 2023: Report

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed one possible reason behind the spike in NYPD resignations in the first two months of this year.

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Asheville Citizen-Times • March 14, 2023

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'It's increasingly common'; 'Stretched' DA asked AG's office to prosecute murder defendants

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Associate Professor Christopher Herrmann, a former NYPD crime analyst, commented on the number of backlogged and unresolved murder cases in Buncombe County and Asheville, North Carolina.

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Greenwich Time • March 14, 2023

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Greenwich Police swear in three new officers, but still five short

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John Jay student Sabah Ali is moving from the NYPD to the Greenwich Police Department.

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Vietname Explorer • March 14, 2023

John Wick: What's The Actual Value Of A Gold Coin?

Assistant Professor Yuliya Zabyelina discussed how coins similar to ones used in the John Wick movies might be used in real-world criminal organizations.

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WCBS-TV Online • March 14, 2023

CBS2 speaks with death penalty expert about jury's decision in Sayfullo Saipov case

Professor Evan Mandery discussed the jury not reaching a unanimous decision on a death sentence for Sayfullo Saipov for the 2017 terrorist attack in Manhattan that killed 8 people.

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The Washington Post Online • March 14, 2023

CDC news release magnified spike in sexual violence against girls

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic explained why sampling older girls and excluding younger girls in studies on sexual violence can affect its findings.

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WHRO-FM Online • March 14, 2023

Chesapeake council to vote on gun buyback program

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor discussed the effectiveness of gun buyback programs.

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USA Today Online • March 14, 2023

Exclusive: Women still don't get the top jobs or pay even in industries they dominate

Associate Professor of Economics Michelle Holder explained the factors that exacerbate the gender pay gap.

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POPSUGAR • March 14, 2023

Yet Another Reminder That White Hollywood Heartthrobs Can Thrive Despite Scandal

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic explained why famous and conventionally attractive people often get away with inappropriate and abusive behavior.

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The Trace • March 14, 2023

Shootings Remain High in Philly, But City-Funded Violence Interruption Shows Promise

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

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WAMC-FM Online • March 14, 2023

Thoughts on turning eighty

Michael Meeropol, a former Adjunct Professor of economics at John Jay, reflected on his life as he turned 80 and the threat of global warming.

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FOX News Channel Online • March 14, 2023

Idaho murders: Bryan Kohberger investigation clues revealed as court unseals heavily redacted documents

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the release of heavily redacted court records as authorities investigate Brian Kohberger for the University of Idaho quadruple murders.

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City Journal Online • March 14, 2023

NYPD Cops Leaving in Record Numbers

Professor Emerita Dorothy Schulz wrote an article about nationwide police department staffing issues.

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POLITICO • March 15, 2023

Adams' very public Republican rebuffs

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 are unlikely to reoffend.

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New York Law Journal • March 15, 2023

Proposed Rollback to Bail Reform Debated in NY Capitol

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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The Hill • March 15, 2023

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Is the Fed's Steady Rate Hike Rationale Correct?

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Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason discussed rising prices in different sectors of the economy during the current inflationary cycle.

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Newsday • March 15, 2023

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CELLPHONE INFO LEAVES CLUES TO CRIMES; Young OD victim had information crucial to arrests

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Adam Wandt, attorney and Assistant Professor of academic technology, discussed the astounding amount of personal information smartphones collect.

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Kingsman: Brooklyn College • March 15, 2023

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People's CUNY Launches, Discusses Racism And Repression

A new coalition called the People's CUNY officially launched on March 9 at the CUNY Graduate Center to address repressive and racist actions at CUNY and in the city. Professor Corinna Mullin from John Jay helped open the event.

 

The Record • March 15, 2023

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Police use of mental wellness crisis plan unclear; Seabrooks killing brings scrutiny of state effort

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Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on the Paterson police's deadly confrontation with a man suffering a mental health crisis and discussed whether a Taser could have been used.

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Diario de Cuba • March 15, 2023

El investigador cubano Lisandro Pιrez, premiado por la Asociaciσn de Estudios Latinoamericanos

The Latin American Studies Association awarded Professor Lisandro Perez, Chair of John Jay's Department of Latin American Studies, the award for Academic Excellence in Studies on Cuba.

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The City • March 15, 2023

NYPD has been without a permanent inspector general

Professor of Criminal Justice Jeanene Barrett has been the acting inspector general for the NYPD since the end of 2021. She released a report on whether the NYPD has been transparent in its use of surveillance technology on the public and the disparate impact on Black and Hispanic communities.

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Gothamist • March 15, 2023

Study shows those released under NY's bail reform laws are less likely to get rearrested

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 are unlikely to reoffend.

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Governing • March 15, 2023

Why Some States Are Pushing Cities Out of Law Enforcement

Associate Professor of Political Science Andrew Sidman commented on news several states will take control of local public safety in high-crime cities.

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Chicago City Wire • March 15, 2023

'Zero deterrence' against crime is real world side of argument over constitutionality of cashless bail

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone criticized the cashless bail provision that is being considered by the Illinois Supreme Court as harmful to public safety, particularly in Chicago.

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PolitiFact • March 15, 2023

Joe Biden says domestic violence calls prompt most police deaths; data lists likelier causes

Jeffrey A. Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay College and Associate Professor Chris Herrmann discussed President Biden's claim that domestic violence 911 calls are the riskiest calls for police.

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Newsday Online • March 15, 2023

State bail reform law reduced recidivism in NYC, new study says

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 are unlikely to reoffend.

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