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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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KTFQ-TV • September 17, 2021

Noticias Univisión New Mexico EN

Adjunct Professor of Psychology Karina Rieke discussed why social media can have a negative impact on adolescent mental health.

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WBAI-FM • September 19, 2021

City Watch with Erica Ford, Adrienne E. Adams, Dr. Jeffrey Butts

Dr. Jeffrey Butts, Research Professor and Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay College, gave an in-depth interview on gun violence prevention.

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CNN • September 19, 2021

CNN Newsroom With Pam Brown

Professor Emeritus of Forensic Science Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed the challenges forensic investigators may encounter in identifying Gabby Petito's cause of death.

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WYPR-FM • September 20, 2021

Do Violence Interruption Programs Work? Some Critical Perspectives

Dr. Jeffrey Butts, Research Professor and Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay College, gave an in-depth interview on the effectiveness of violence interruption programs.

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CNN International • September 20, 2021

Erin Burnett OutFront

Professor Emeritus of Forensic Science Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed Gabby Petito’s autopsy report.

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WNYW-TV • September 20, 2021

The 10 O'Clock News

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a former NYPD detective and coordinator of the NYPD's homicide investigator's course, explained how law enforcement will investigate the disappearance of Gabby Petito and how social media sleuths and misinformation affect the search.

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HLN • September 21, 2021

Morning Express With Robin Meade

Professor Emeritus of Forensic Science Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed the autopsy report of Gabby Petito, the possible cause of death and if the investigators can establish the time of death.

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WBAL-AM • September 21, 2021

The Yuripzy Morgan Show

Dr. Jeffrey Butts, Research Professor and Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay College, gave an in-depth interview on the effectiveness of violence interruption programs.

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WNYW-TV • September 21, 2021

THE 5 O'CLOCK NEWS

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a former NYPD detective and coordinator of the NYPD's homicide investigator's course, discussed how missing persons cases were prioritized during his NYPD tenure in light of the disproportionate media attention to Gabby Petito’s disappearance.

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WNYW-TV • September 21, 2021

THE 6 O'CLOCK NEWS

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic discussed the physical, emotional and behavioral signs of domestic violence and analyzed the police body camera footage of Gabby Petito.

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WNBC-TV • September 21, 2021

News 4 New York at 7

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a former NYPD detective and coordinator of the NYPD's homicide investigator's course, commented on a motorist's social media post and how it proved useful in the Gabby Petito case.

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CNN • September 21, 2021

Anderson Cooper 360

Professor Emeritus of Forensic Science Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed the preliminary autopsy report of Gabby Petito, which ruled her death a homicide.

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NewsNation • September 21, 2021

Banfield

Professor Emeritus of Forensic Science Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed why Gabby Petito’s cause of death may be hard to determine given the environmental factors and what kinds of evidence investigators can retrieve from the van.

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WPIX-TV • September 22, 2021

PIX11 News at 5 with Tamsen Fadal and Kori Chambers

Professor of Constitutional Law and civil rights attorney Gloria J. Browne-Marshall explained why NYC government's vaccine mandate for city employees will be upheld in court.

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Spectrum News NY1 • September 22, 2021

Inside City Hall (Part 2)

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed Eric Adams' tax return error, his living situation, and whether these issues are a concern for voters. She also commented on the criticism against City Council Speaker Corey Johnson and his response to it.

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Spectrum News NY1 • September 22, 2021

Inside City Hall (Part 1)

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed the humanitarian crisis at the Rikers Island jail and how Mayor De Blasio can address it.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • September 22, 2021

Crime Time (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor analyzed and commented on how to determine the suspects involved in a gas station robbery and how police can collect evidence from a deadly hit-and-run.

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Afropop Worldwide - PRI/Public Radio International • September 23, 2021

Changüí - The Sound of Guantanamo

Associate Professor Benjamin Lapidus gave an in-depth interview on Changüí, the music of eastern Cuba.

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Afropop Worldwide - PRI/Public Radio International • September 23, 2021

Ben Lapidus on Changüí: Music of Eastern Cuba

Associate Professor Benjamin Lapidus gave an in-depth interview on Changüí, the music of eastern Cuba. He is the author of the only English language book on the subject.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • September 23, 2021

Crime Time (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor analyzed the police body camera footage of Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie.

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News 12 Long Island • September 23, 2021

News 12 Long Island

Professor and former NYPD lieutenant Ralph Cilento commented on the investigation of Brian Laundrie in the disappearance of Gabby Petito and his parents as possibly being involved in Laundrie’s subsequent disappearance. Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt explained how law enforcement can use social media sleuths in solving crimes.

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NewsNation • September 23, 2021

NewsNation Prime

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a former NYPD detective and coordinator of the NYPD's homicide investigator's course, commented on the tremendous amount of social media users generated while following the disappearance of Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie.

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WINS-AM • September 28, 2021

1010 WINS-AM

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, discussed the conviction of R&B singer Robert Kelly for sexual assault.

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WNYW-TV • September 28, 2021

THE 5 O'CLOCK NEWS

Professor and former NYPD lieutenant Ralph Cilento explained why there have been brazen shootings in NYC despite surveillance cameras.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • September 29, 2021

Crime Time (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on an incident where an armed man was shot during a wellness check.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • September 29, 2021

Crime Time (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor commented on how police would investigate an arson caught on a home security camera. He also analyzed body camera footage of the Aurora police officers tackling and tasing a man.

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New York State Bar Association • September 16, 2021

NYSBA Task Force To Address Racism, Social Equity and the Law

Lucy Lang, former director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay College, will be part of a new task force launched by the New York State Bar Association to examine how structural racism influences all aspects of daily life leading to injustice and inequality among New Yorkers.

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Global Research • September 16, 2021

Racist Stereotypes About Africa in the U.S. Media Have Long Driven the Rape and Plunder of the Continent-But Where Is the Outcry?

Milton Allimadi, a professor of African history at John Jay College and founder of Black Star News, just published his new book, “Manufacturing Hate: How Africa Was Demonized in Western Media” (Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing, 2021), which provides a history of racist stereotyping and media bias toward Africa which helped skew American public opinion.

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Newsday Online • September 16, 2021

Suffolk shootings increase 23% in 2021, statistics show

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained how gun violence in NYC is connected to gun violence in Long Island.

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Senator James Sanders Jr. • September 17, 2021

Senator Sanders "Let's Be Clear" Podcast - Episode 29- Remembering 9/11

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor reflected on his 9/11 experiences on the 20th Anniversary of the attacks.

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Radio Kingston • September 17, 2021

Marcia Esparza on Chile's Independence and life in Santo Domingo …

Professor of Latin American Studies Marcia Esparza, originally from Chile, discussed why she doesn't celebrate Chile's Independence Day and her recent trips to the Dominican Republic.

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Sisters Letter • September 17, 2021

'They Believed in Our Collective Humanity'

Adjunct Professor of Africana Studies Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of Malcolm X and Maryum Ali, daughter of Muhammad Ali shared their thoughts and emotions about their fathers' impact with AARP film critic and entertainment reporter Tim Appelo.

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The Washington Post • September 18, 2021

How HBO's 'The Jinx' helped lead to millionaire Robert Durst's murder conviction

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone discussed how the true crime television genre affected the murder trial of Robert Durst.

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The Delaware Online • September 18, 2021

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Jury: Former Pike Creek minister liable for abuse; It pertains to his daughter's accusations

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Psychology Professor Deryn Strange explained how false memories are created through suggestion.

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NBC News • September 18, 2021

He says the 9/11 plotters at Gitmo killed his dad. Why does he send them presents?

In 2017, the President's Gallery at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City put on an exhibition, "Ode to the Sea," featuring 36 works created by Guantanamo Bay prisoners.

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North Jersey Community Newspapers • September 19, 2021

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Hurricane Ida: We always need to be prepared

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Adjunct Associate Professor George Contreras wrote an op-ed on the importance of disaster preparedness in light of Hurricane Ida and National Preparedness Month.

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Los Angeles Times Online • September 19, 2021

Robert Durst convicted of murdering his friend Susan Berman

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, analyzed the answers Robert Durst gave while being cross-examined on the stand for the murder of his best friend.

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The Chief • September 20, 2021

Mayor Declares War On COs

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro wrote a letter to the editor about how NYC jail conditions worsened under Mayor de Blasio's leadership.

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Salt Lake Tribune Online • September 20, 2021

New data on Utah police shootings and race called 'extremely uncomfortable', 'disappointing'

Professor Emerita Delores Jones-Brown explained why people of color are more likely to be stopped or shot by police than whites.

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The Baltimore Sun Online • September 20, 2021

Baltimore County Police, other law enforcement agencies face ammo shortages after gun sales surge nationwide

Professor Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Pubic Management Department, explained the factors involved in the nationwide ammunition shortage.

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New York Daily News Online • September 20, 2021

NYC gun violence, cops' sagging morale, frayed community relations - NYPD's next commissioner will have her hands full

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell discussed the NYPD's reputation and how the new police commissioner should run the department next year.

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The Daily Beast • September 20, 2021

How Did Gabby Petito Die? Answering That May Be Complicated

Professor Emeritus of Forensic Science Lawrence Kobilinsky explained how the coroner will determine the cause of Gabby Petito's death.

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The Washington Post Online • September 20, 2021

A throng of Internet sleuths are on the Gabby Petito case. Why has it sparked so much interest?

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a former NYPD detective, explained how civilian investigators can aid the police in missing persons' cases.

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Northeastern University • September 21, 2021

Labor trafficking impacts vulnerable US citizens-many suffer in silence

John Jay Research Professor Meredith Dank conducted an exploratory study that for the first time, focused on U.S. citizen labor trafficking and examined how U.S. citizens experience exploitation and labor trafficking victimization, what makes them vulnerable to victimization and how U.S. citizen labor trafficking victims seek help in exploitative labor situations.

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Bronx Times Reporter Online • September 21, 2021

After 30 years of court service, Sgt. Matthew John Brunner retires – Bronx Times

John Jay alumnus and NYPD Sgt. Matthew John Brunner announced his retirement from his post at the Bronx Supreme Courthouse.

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Inside Edition Online • September 21, 2021

Couple's Video May Have Helped Find Remains Thought to Be Gabby Petito

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt analyzed video footage of a van and identified the clues that helped determine it belonged to Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie.

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Fox13 • September 21, 2021

Rise in labor trafficking abuse found across many US industries, study says

John Jay Research Professor Meredith Dank conducted an exploratory study that for the first time, focused on U.S. citizen labor trafficking and examined how U.S. citizens experience exploitation and labor trafficking victimization, what makes them vulnerable to victimization and how U.S. citizen labor trafficking victims seek help in exploitative labor situations.

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ConsumerReports.org • September 21, 2021

Police Are Giving Amazon Ring Cameras to Survivors of Domestic Violence. Is It Helping?

John Jay doctoral student and CUNY Adjunct Assistant Professor Abbie Tuller discussed police interventions in domestic violence situations.

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Diario Libre Online • September 22, 2021

Caso de joven desaparecida se vuelve viral en redes

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a former NYPD detective and coordinator of the NYPD's homicide investigator's course, explained how Petito's Instagram account helped the investigation of her disappearance.

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Ct Public • September 22, 2021

Off-Duty Wreck Kills One New Haven Officer, Jails Another

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the trouble facing New Haven Police Officer Robert Ferraro, who was charged with DUI after a fatal accident killed a fellow police officer.

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Radio Kingston • September 22, 2021

The Past is Our Future with Evan Pritchard

Marist College Professor Evan Pritchard, who is of MI'kmaq descent, and lectured at John Jay, discussed his work interviewing Native American elders since 1990.

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FAIR Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting • September 22, 2021

'The Demonization Was Meant to Pacify Readers to Accept the Brutality'

Adjunct Professor of African History Milton Allimadi discussed his new book "Manufacturing Hate: How Africa Was Demonized in Western Media."

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WPIX-TV Online • September 22, 2021

Authorities 'checking' on Brian Laundrie tip after man shown on trail camera in Florida

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a former NYPD detective and coordinator of the NYPD's homicide investigator's course, explained why social media was tremendously effective in helping solve the Gabby Petito missing person case.

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PolitiFact • September 22, 2021

Why the Gabby Petito case, but not others, has drawn so much attention

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a former NYPD detective and coordinator of the NYPD's homicide investigator's course, explained why social media interest is tremendously helpful in missing persons' cases.

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Deseret News Online • September 22, 2021

Is it fair to blame 'missing white woman syndrome' for America's obsession with Gabby Petito?

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a former NYPD detective, explained how civilian investigators can aid the police in missing persons' cases.

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Bustle • September 22, 2021

How 'Sybil' Bolstered Billy Milligan's Criminal Case

The research and transcripts used to develop the book "Sybil" and its TV adaptation are archived at the John Jay College library.

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FOX News Channel Online • September 22, 2021

Gabby Petito: Brian Laundrie search resuming in Carlton Reserve as autopsy due Tuesday: LIVE UPDATES

A timeline on the developments in the Gabby Petito missing person case cited Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar's comments on the power of social media.

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Louisville Business First • September 23, 2021

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Forty Under 40: Joshua Crawford

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John Jay alumnus and Executive Director of the Pegasus Institute Joshua Crawford was honored by Louisville Business First's “Forty Under 40” program.

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19FortyFive • September 23, 2021

Could Baltimore's Police Run Out of Ammo?

Warren Eller, Chair of John Jay's Pubic Management Department, explained the factors involved in the nationwide ammunition shortage.

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Agence France-Presse • September 23, 2021

Why world is obsessed with one woman's fate when million other cases go unnoticed

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a former NYPD detective and coordinator of the NYPD's homicide investigator's course, explained why social media was tremendously effective in helping solve the Gabby Petito missing person case.

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WXLV-TV Online • September 23, 2021

FBI: US homicides rose by nearly 30% in 2020 amid pandemic

Associate Professor of Police Science Chris Herrmann explained the number of factors that likely contributed to the increase in homicides in 2020.

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ABC News Online • September 23, 2021

Gabby Petito case shines spotlight on other missing person cases

Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a former NYPD detective and coordinator of the NYPD's homicide investigator's course, explained why social media was tremendously effective in helping solve the Baby Hope case. He also explained why the Gabby Petito case stirred a national frenzy.

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The New York Times Online • September 23, 2021

Philip Caruso, Former N.Y.P.D. Union President, Dies at 86

Philip Caruso, a former NYPD PBA president who studied at John Jay, passed away at age 86.

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The Ticker: Baruch College • September 24, 2021

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Remembering 9/11's impact on Baruch and CUNY on its 20th anniversary

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On September 10, John Jay College paid tribute to those who died on 9/11 with several events including a YouTube memorial.

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VICE • September 24, 2021

Anti-Drug Laws Are Being Used To Crush Dissent in the Birthplace of the Arab Spring

Corinna Mullin, a political science professor at John Jay who lived and taught in Tunisia after its 2011 revolution, described the history behind Tunisia's Law 52 and the social function she believes it's designed to fill.

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ABC News Online • September 24, 2021

Border Patrol confrontation puts spotlight on use of police mounted units

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained why there is still a need for mounted patrols despite the growth of automobiles and drones.

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INSIDER • September 25, 2021

Could Brian Laundrie's parents be in legal trouble? Experts say they can't be compelled to speak with police

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone explained why the FBI's investigation of Gabby Petito's disappearance will mean greater consequences for Brian Laundrie's parents if he is charged with her murder.

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CNN Online • September 25, 2021

State AGs are 'stepping into the police reform business' to hold officers accountable

Professor Peter Moskos explained why consent decrees and federal involvement in local policing can be problematic.

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New York Post • September 26, 2021

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BLIGHT OF LIVING DEAD Midtown block is a drug zone

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Adjunct Professor Michael Alcazar, a former NYPD detective, commented on the uptick in the sale and use of narcotics in Manhattan's Garment District in 2020.

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The Campus, City College of New York • September 27, 2021

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Sep 27 How 9/11 Affected the CUNY System

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Fifty-five John Jay alumni, including FDNY Fire Marshall Ronald P. Bucca, sacrificed their lives on 9/11 and were honored at John Jay's 9/11 virtual events.

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The Evening Sun • September 27, 2021

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Keep Calm And Kerri On:'Changing World'

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Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Gohar Petrossian discussed the illegal trapping and killing of animals and the kidnapping and illegal indentured servitude of people forced to work for illegal poachers and fishing vessels.

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The Chief • September 27, 2021

Rikers Russian Roulette

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro wrote a letter to the editor on why Governor Hochul's prison-reform bill "Less Is More Act" will not help incarcerated individuals.

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Vox • September 27, 2021

Murders are spiking. Police should be part of the solution.

A 2020 report by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice Research and Evaluation Center on alternatives to the police was cited.

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The Buffalo News Online • September 28, 2021

Yejide F. Akinlana Honored as a Woman of the Month for August 2021 by P.O.W.E.R.-Professional Organization of Women of Excellence Recognized

John Jay alumna Yejide F. Akinlana was honored as a woman of the month for August 2021 by P.O.W.E.R. (Professional Organization of Women of Excellence Recognized).

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The Epoch Times-Chicago Edition Online • September 28, 2021

What Went On Behind the Scenes in the Meng Wanzhou Case?

Adjunct Professor Marc Ruskin, a 27-year veteran of the FBI, explained how the U.S. Department of Justice used a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) in the case against Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou.

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The Daily Beast • September 28, 2021

Feds Warn That Killer Fentanyl-Laced Pills Are Flooding U.S.

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt explained how fentanyl-laced drugs are distributed and how U.S. law enforcement are dealing with the fentanyl crisis.

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The Harvard Crimson, Harvard University • September 29, 2021

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HKS Student Spearheads Alumni Donations Boycott Against Legacy Admissions

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Professor of Criminal Justice Evan J. Mandery debunked the link between legacy preferences and alumni donations in elite college admissions.

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Ridgway Record • September 29, 2021

Truetox Spearheads New Licensure Opportunity for Toxicology Programs Across New York State

Thanks to the efforts of Truetox Laboratories LLC, the Restricted License in Clinical Toxicology was recently approved by the NYS Department of Education. It provides alumni of John Jay College's toxicology program the opportunity to work in a clinical toxicology laboratory environment and pursue career advancement in the field in the State of New York.

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Times Herald-Record Online • September 29, 2021

'It's becoming the norm': Decades of gang violence rooted in some Hudson Valley neighborhoods

Professor David Kennedy, Executive Director of the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay College, explained the difficulty in classifying gang members and gang-affiliated individuals and how disputes between gangs develop.

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The New York Times Online • September 29, 2021

They're White, Male and on Their Pedestals, for the Time Being

Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson, author of the forthcoming book "Smashing Statues: The Rise and Fall of America's Public Monuments," discussed the National Monument Audit, a study which surveyed 50,000 historical monuments across the country and found that wealthy white men dominate the country's memorials.

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Coming in From the Cold • September 30, 2021

Terrorism in New York: The Long 1960s

Adjunct Professor of Criminology David C. Viola Jr. tells the story of terrorism in New York during the 1960s.

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The Daily Mail • September 30, 2021

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'Hudson Ragtime Piano Suites'

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Professor of Music Emeritus Daniel Paget distributed the ragtime style of American music popular from the 1890s to the early 1900s.

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Diverse: Issues in Higher Education • September 30, 2021

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