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John Jay in the Media is an e-publication of the Office of Marketing and Communications that informs the campus community about the impressive coverage that our faculty, staff, students and alumni frequently receive in the media. The newsletter includes links to highlights of John Jay College's media coverage.

 

 

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CNN • October 3, 2022

CNN Newsroom with Poppy Harlow and Jim Sciutto

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall discussed the significance of Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson's presence on the Supreme Court as Supreme Court looks at affirmative action and voting rights' cases.

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WNYW-TV • October 3, 2022

THE 5 O'CLOCK NEWS

Adjunct Professor Jillian Snider, a retired NYPD officer, explained why the Legal Aid Society's publicly available online database on police officer misconduct records is problematic.

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WPIX-TV • October 3, 2022

PIX11 News at 6 with Tamsen Fadal and John Muller

Adjunct Professor Jillian Snider, a retired NYPD officer, explained why the Legal Aid Society's publicly available online database on police officer misconduct records is problematic.

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A&E • October 4, 2022

Jeffrey Dahmer's Childhood: A Pail of Animal Bones Was His Toy Rattle

Professor Louis Schlesinger, a forensic psychologist, explained the behaviors that correlate with the development of a serial sexual murderer.

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Spectrum News NY1 • October 4, 2022

Inside City Hall

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria Browne-Marshall discussed vote packing and the significance of Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson's presence on the Supreme Court.

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WHBQ-TV • October 4, 2022

FOX 13 News 9pm LIVE

Associate Professor of Police Science Chris Herrmann discussed ghost guns.

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WBFF-TV • October 4, 2022

Fox 45 News at Ten

Associate Professor of Police Science Chris Herrmann explained how police can investigate ATM thefts.

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CNN • October 6, 2022

Early Start with Christine Romans and Laura Jarrett

Jillian Snider, an Adjunct Lecturer at the John Jay, and policy director forR Street'sCriminal Justice and Civil Liberties team, analyzed the 2021 FBI Crime Report.

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WOR-AM • October 9, 2022

Encore Presentation: How I Found My Path with Guest Ashtin Audain

John Jay alumna Ashtin Audain worked with John Jay College's Institute for Justice and Opportunity (formerly the Prisoner Reentry Institute) and discussed the education programs they offered to incarcerated individuals at Rikers Island.

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VH1 • October 10, 2022

My True Crime Story

Steven Dominguez was a John Jay student when he was recruited to become a corrections officer at Rikers Island. He went on to become a drug and contraband smuggler and is now trying to make up for his crimes.

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WCBS-TV • October 11, 2022

Inside Edition

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on the danger presented by climate activists who obstruct traffic.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • October 11, 2022

Closing Arguments

Professor Emeritus Lawrence Kobilinsky explained how DNA evidence helps clear Adnan Syed in his murder case.

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HLN • October 12, 2022

Morning Express With Robin Meade

Professor Emeritus Lawrence Kobilinsky explained how DNA evidence help clear Adnan Syed in his murder case.

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KCRG-TV • October 12, 2022

KCRG TV9 News First at Four & KCRG TV9 News at 5

The Group Violence Intervention program, created by David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Communities was implemented in Cedar Rapids, Iowa in 2020 to combat gang violence.

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WABC-TV Online • October 12, 2022

Breaking down new Times Square gun ban bill

Associate Professor Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Public Management Department, gave an in-depth interview on new NYS legislation which prohibits guns in sensitive areas in NYC.

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Court TV • October 1, 2022

Closing Arguments

Professor Emeritus Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed the key elements police should focus on in the murder investigation of Debbie Collier, who was found dead and severely burned in a Georgia ravine in September.

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New York Post Online • October 1, 2022

State Sen. Michael Gianaris doubles down on bail reform, poster boy Pedro Hernandez

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone criticized State Senate Deputy Majority Leader Michael Gianaris for his insistence on ending cash bail.

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 New York Sun • October 1, 2022

The New Tax-Cutting Democrats

Associate Professor of Political Science Brian Arbour explained the unusual prevalence of "tax cuts" slogans in Democratic campaign rhetoric this year.

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New York Daily News Online • October 2, 2022

'There is something profoundly wrong'

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell explained why random violent crimes resonate more with New Yorkers than other crimes or crime statistics.

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The Atlantic • October 2, 2022

University of Hypocrisy

The Atlantic published a chapter from Professor Evan Mandery's new book, "Poison Ivy: How Elite Colleges Divide Us."

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Insider Media Limited • October 2, 2022

What 12 Miss USA contestants look like without makeup

John Jay alumna Heather Nunez is representing New York in the 71st Miss USA pageant.

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Newsday • October 2, 2022

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MOTOR SCOOTER ROBBERS ARE LATEST NYPD HEADACHE; Such crimes up nearly fivefold since 2020, city police officials say

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Associate Professor of Police Science Chris Herrmann discussed how police can combat gangs which use motor scooters to commit robberies and assaults.

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Staten Island Advance • October 2, 2022

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Islander was prime suspect in 1960 Sunday Bomber' attacks, but eluded NYPD

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Interim Chief Librarian Jeffrey Kroessler's book "Bombing for Justice: Urban Terrorism in New York City From the 1960s to the 1980s" was cited in a story about the Sunday Bomber who set off a series of bombs in NYC in autumn 1960.

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Campus Times - Online • October 3, 2022

Black feminism in action

Dora Silva Santana, a self-taught polyglot and gender studies professor at John Jay, explored Black feminism's intersection with language.

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MSN News • October 3, 2022

Claims Of Coercive Control Lost In The California Courthouse

Professor of Psychology Chitra Raghavan explained how coercive control affects the health of domestic violence victims.

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Gothamist • October 3, 2022

New Yorkers can now look up the records of police they encounter

Adjunct Professor Jillian Snider, a retired NYPD officer, explained why the Legal Aid Society's publicly available online database on police officer misconduct records is problematic.

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City & State New York Online • October 3, 2022

Police unions are cozying up to NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell during a time of 'turmoil'

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell discussed New York City Police Department Commissioner Keechant Sewell's powers under Mayor Adams' administration.

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The New American Online • October 3, 2022

Man With 3-D Printer Blows Up Gun Buyback Scheme

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor questioned the effectiveness of gun buyback programs after a man scammed Utica police department's gun buyback program by making gun parts on a 3-D printer.

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New York Post • October 3, 2022

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CITY IN CRISIS Times Sq. Tourist Slashed Robbed in terrible trio attack

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Maria “Maki” Haberfeld, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration, commented on public perception of safety in NYC.

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The Daily Mail • October 3, 2022

Put that sub away: Stark naked man goes nuts at Union Square subway station in NYC

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell explained why random violent crimes resonate more with New Yorkers than other crimes or crime statistics.

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Axios • October 4, 2022

The data on ending cash bail

Michael Rempel, Director of John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice, discussed Illinois' new law endiing cash bail and its effect on recidivism.

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Police 1 • October 4, 2022

Report: Philly PD could fill nearly 900 positions with civilians amid staff shortages

Maria “Maki” Haberfeld, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration, explained why efforts to "civilianize" police departments may ultimately hurt police departments.

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Hyperallergic • October 4, 2022

John Oliver Roasts Western Museums in Episode on Looted Art & Museums: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

Associate Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson op-ed “Stumbling Toward Repatriation” was cited on an episode of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver on Western museums' hesitant repatriation efforts.

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FOX News Channel Online • October 4, 2022

California serial killer tied to 5 Stockton murders may be behind 2 additional shootings: police

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained how police will hunt for a Stockton (CA) serial killer linked to at least five murders.

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NBC News • October 4, 2022

The DEA lost track of a drug mule after 114-pound fentanyl bust

Maria “Maki” Haberfeld, Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration, commented on how the DEA handled a potential cooperator in a fentanyl trafficking operation, and who is now a fugitive.

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Girls Soccer Network • October 4, 2022

Unraveling Referee Bias: Should Referees Officiate Girls Different From Boys?

A John Jay study on referee bias at the professional level was cited in an article about sexism in women's soccer.

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WCBS-TV Online • October 4, 2022

CUNY to spend $750K to combat antisemitism, ethnic bigotry on campus

After a series of antisemitic incidents at CUNY campuses, CUNY will spend $750,000 to combat antisemitism and other forms of ethnic bigotry.

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TeleSUR • October 4, 2022

Dominican-Haitian organisation "Border of Lights" celebrates 10 years of existence

Professor of History Edward Paulino co-founded "The Border of Lights," a volunteer collective dedicated to fostering harmony between Haiti and the Dominican Republic through education.

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Poynter. • October 5, 2022

The FBI is about to release incomplete and inadequate crime statistics

The report "Reducing Violence Without Police: A Review of Research Evidence" from the John Jay Research and Evaluation Center was cited in an article about the 2022 FBI Crime Report.

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American Police Beat Online • October 5, 2022

Chicago police to encrypt all radio transmissions by the end of the year to protect officers

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt explained why encrypting police radio broadcasts affects government transparency and accountability.

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New York Post Online • October 5, 2022

Video shows teen gang beating boy, stealing his sneakers in NYC

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained why little can be done against gang assault crimes in the current criminal justice climate in NYC.

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Bronx Times Reporter Online • October 5, 2022

Inside the Courts: Bronx Women's Bar Association series features Judge Wilma Guzman – Bronx Times

The Bronx Women's Bar Association featured the Honorable Wilma Guzman, a John Jay alumna and a jurist in the Bronx Supreme Court, for their “Zoom Lunch with a Judge” series.

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WELLNESS LETTER • October 5, 2022

8 Celebs Who've Battled (and Won) With Infertility

Editorial Director Andrea Dawn Clark wrote an article about celebrities who have struggled and succeeded in their fertility journeys.

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The Daily Beast • October 5, 2022

Execution Outside Popeye's Leaves Family 'Numb'

Adjunct Professor and former Commander of the Bronx Cold Case Squad Joe Giacalone commented on the Stockton police chief's statement on serial killings after five people were fatally shot in Stockton.

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Radley Balko • October 5, 2022

The maddening irrelevance of Charlie Vaughn's innocence

Distinguished Professor of Psychology Saul Kassin discussed the characteristics common in false confessions.

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Psychology Today • October 5, 2022

How Elite Colleges Divide Us and What We Can Do About It

Professor Evan Mandery's new book "Poison Ivy: How Elite Colleges Divide Us" was reviewed positively by Psychology Today.

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NBC LX Online • October 6, 2022

Hate Crimes in America

Associate Professor Frank Pezzella, who has written several books on hate crimes, discussed the Buffalo shooter Payton Gendron and how police and civilians can fight hate crimes.

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Albuquerque Journal Online • October 6, 2022

FBI releases partial 2021 crime data for New Mexico

Jillian Snider, an Adjunct Lecturer at John Jay, and policy director forR Street'sCriminal Justice & Civil Liberties team, analyzed New Mexico's statewide crime data released through the 2021 FBI Crime Report.

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Daily Kos • October 6, 2022

Caribbean Matters: While the Dominican gov builds a racist wall, other people are building bridges

Associate Professor of History Edward Paulino discussed how learning about the 1937 Parsley Massacre in the Dominican Republic changed his life. He edited "The Border of Lights Reader," an innovative anthology which explores the genocide and revisionist history around the world.

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WSTM-TV Online • October 6, 2022

Brazen thefts of ATMs in stores on the rise

Associate Professor of Police Science Chris Herrmann explained how police investigate ATM thefts.

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The Colorado Spings Gazette Online • October 6, 2022

Colorado Springs murder case raises questions about probation, parole

Professor Kimora, an expert on probation and parole, explained why a person who poses a danger to the community is offered probation.

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Oxygen (US) • October 6, 2022

How Jan Broberg Was 'Brainwashed' By Her Abuser And What Parents Can Do To Prevent Similar Types Of Abuse

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic anaylzed the Jan Broberg case and discussed what parents can do to combat sexual grooming.

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West Side Rag • October 6, 2022

Young Tourist Sucker Punched on CPW and 66th Street on Wednesday Afternoon

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a retired NYPD detective, commented on sucker-punch incidents in NYC.

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Chalkbeat - New York Bureau • October 6, 2022

NYC brings violence interrupters and other mentors to 138 schools

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

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The Times-Picayune & New Orleans Advocate • October 6, 2022

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How does this year's murder rate in New Orleans compare with previous years? See the numbers.

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Associate Professor of Police Science Chris Herrmann commented on the nationwide rise in homicides in metropolitan areas.

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The Courier-Journal • October 6, 2022

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Are Department of Justice investigations a path to police reform or 'a war on cops'?

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Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell condemned federal interventions in local police departments and explained why it hurts the profession.

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Los Angeles Times - New York Bureau • October 6, 2022

Nicholas Goldberg: Did the 23-year-old Columbine attack inspire last week's school shooting in Russia?

Adjunct Sociology Professor Ralph Larkin discussed how the Columbine shooters influenced several mass shooting plots and attacks around the world.

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New York Post • October 6, 2022

Homeless man in fatal stabbing of NYC dad was released without bail in subway slashing case

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone criticized NY's bail reform laws following news a homeless man recently arrested for fatally stabbing a man on a Brooklyn L train was freed without bail in April 2021 after allegedly stabbing a straphanger on an A train.

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Queens Chronicle - Central Edition - Online • October 7, 2022

CMs call for end to NYPD gang database

Retired NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on news that three Queens City Councilmembers are co-sponsoring a bill calling for the abolition of the NYPD's Criminal Group Database, which allows the department to track those with perceived gang affiliations.

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FOX-TV Online • October 7, 2022

Uptick in assaults in NYC, including shocking attacks caught on video

Adjunct Professor Ralph Cilento, Retired NYPD Lieutenant Commander of Detectives, explained the factors behind recent violent crimes in NYC.

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Parent Herald • October 7, 2022

Furious Mom Slams 'Green Goblin Gang' After Assaulting and Robbing NYC Teens

Associate Professor of Police Science Chris Herrmann, a former crime statistics analyst for the NYPD, explained the likelihood of being victimized on the subway.

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Streetsblog • October 7, 2022

Commander of Downtown Brooklyn Precinct Has Dangerous Driving Record

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor explained why an NYPD officer can get promoted despite having serious infractions on their record.

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RTVi • October 7, 2022

Режим ЧП в Нью-Йорке, авария с участием полиции, помилование осужденных за хранение марихуаны

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, a former NYPD detective sergeant, discussed the rise in crime on NYC subways.

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Canal 5 Noticias • October 7, 2022

David Shapiro on Argentinian TV (short) & Full Presentation

David Shapiro, Distinguished Lecturer and Coordinator of the Fraud Examination and Financial Forensics program at John Jay, commented on the troubled soymeal giant company Vicentin, which owes a large debt in Argentina.

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The State • October 9, 2022

How SC's new US attorney plans to curb gun deaths, corruption and environmental crimes

The Project Safe Neighborhoods program in South Carolina uses the Group Violence Intervention strategy pioneered by David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Communities.

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Lansing State Journal • October 9, 2022

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Lansing police withholding video footage of fatal shooting -- for now

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Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, a former NYPD detective sergeant, discussed police department body camera policies.

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Wallethub Articles & Studies • October 10, 2022

2022's Safest Cities in America

Associate Professor Jason Rivera, Coordinator of MPA Emergency Management Specialization, explained how local authorities can reduce the public costs associated with clean-ups after major natural disasters.

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Grunge • October 10, 2022

Why Some People Are Attracted To Serial Killers

Professor Louis Schlesinger, a forensic psychologist, explained why women might be attracted to serial killers.

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WPIX-TV Online • October 11, 2022

Is NYC transit more dangerous now than in the 1980s and 1990s?

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, a former NYPD detective sergeant, explained why the NYC subway system is much safer than it was in the early 1980s and 1990s.

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