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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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WSYM-TV • August 31, 2021

FOX-47 Morning News at noon

The City of Jackson will enter a two-year partnership with the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay College to implement the Group Violence Intervention program.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • September 1, 2021

Crime Time (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor explained how Virginia police will identify the human remains found in a dumpster. He also explained how Houston police can find robbery suspects caught on camera assaulting a victim.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • September 1, 2021

Crime Time (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor discussed police use of force during an officer-involved shooting in Hollywood. He also explained how police can use stolen lottery tickets to track down the suspects who tried to cash them in.

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WNYW-TV • September 5, 2021

Dear New York

John Jay alumna, Adjunct Professor, and NYPD sergeant Shanitra Hood, who was awarded a Reisenbach scholarship towards her Master's degree at John Jay, was profiled for her work in helping the homeless in NYC.

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Spectrum News NY1 • September 7, 2021

Inside City Hall (Part 1)

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang commented on Mayor de Blasio's leadership on fighting climate change after the flood damage from Hurricane Ida.

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Spectrum News NY1 • September 7, 2021

Inside City Hall (Part 2)

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed the critical issues Governor Hochul should address.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • September 8, 2021

Crime Time (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor explained how the police decide whether to engage in a car chase.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • September 8, 2021

Crime Time (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor discussed how police can delicately interview an 11-year-old shooting victim, in order to investigate a shooting that killed four of her family members. He also commented on the Cincinnati police's use of a drone to locate a fugitive hiding on a rooftop.

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NewsNation • September 9, 2021

Banfield (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor Alfred Titus, a former NYPD homicide detective and hostage negotiator, discussed the critical information missing from the Sept. 7 police report on the Alex Murdaugh shooting.

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NewsNation • September 9, 2021

Banfield (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor Alfred Titus, a former NYPD homicide detective and hostage negotiator, discussed the weapon used in the shooting of Alex Murdaugh.

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Voice of America • September 10, 2021

Bukele sí ha reducido los asesinatos en El Salvador, pero no se sabe bien cómo

John Jay doctoral student Pamela Ruiz's dissertation, which analyzed the evolution of the two main gangs in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, was cited.

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CNN • September 10, 2021

Don Lemon Tonight

Assistant Professor of Public Policy Adam Scott Wandt explained how drug dealers have introduced Fentanyl into the market and how the pandemic exacerbated the trafficking of Fentanyl-laced drugs.

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WNBC-TV • September 11, 2021

Today

John Jay alumna Linda Reynolds was Chief Deputy Sheriff in the New York City Sheriff's Office during 9/11. She discussed meal packing on 9/11 day, a national day of service where thousands of volunteers meal pack for Feed America.

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WCBS-TV • September 12, 2021

60 Minutes

John Jay alumnus and former NYC Fire Commissioner Sal Cassano discussed his experience at the Twin Towers on 9/11.

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KCUR-FM • September 13, 2021

Radio clip from KCUR-FM at 2021-09-13 21:08:51.000

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett explained the building code for high rise buildings and how staircase width factored into the evacuation of the World Trade Center towers on September 11th.

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WINS-AM • September 15, 2021

1010 WINS-AM

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall explained the injunction temporarily blocking NYC government from requiring their workers be vaccinated against COVID-19.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • September 15, 2021

Crime Time (Part 2)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYPD Sergeant Special Assignment Dr. Keith Taylor explained how dangerous it is for pilots, when a laser is pointing at their aircraft. He also discussed how police would identify a suspect who stole cash from a drive-through window.

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Court TV (WFTX-DT5) • September 15, 2021

Crime Time (Part 1)

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former Assistant Commissioner of the NYC Department of Correction Dr. Keith Taylor explained how police would protect a TV crew caught in the crosshairs of a gun fight. He also commented on a drug-carrying drone bound for a prison.

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San Diego Jewish World • September 1, 2021

'Western States Jewish History' Now Semi-Annual and Peer-Reviewed

Adjunct Assistant Professor Jason Schulman is an editorial board member for the Western States Jewish History academic journal.

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Nikkei Asian Review Online • September 1, 2021

Hunting for Nepal's stolen idols

Associate Professor of Art Crime Erin Thompson explained the factors that complicated Nepal's efforts to repatriate stolen idols.

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The Marshall Project • September 1, 2021

Police Say Demoralized Officers Are Quitting In Droves. Labor Data Says No.

Professor Peter Moskos and Adjunct Professor and Director of Community Affairs at the NYPD Alden Foster discussed police recruitment. John Jay alumna Jason Vargas discussed his dreams of becoming an NYPD police officer.

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City Journal Online • September 1, 2021

Crime in the U.S., Then and Now: 10 Blocks podcast

Professor Emeritus Brian Latzer discussed crime and punishment in the United States, today's debates over criminal justice, and his new book, "The Roots of Violent Crime in America."

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Deseret News Online • September 1, 2021

Do you really want your neighbors watching you?

Associate Provost Dara Byrne explained how vigilantism, the media, and policing are related.

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Washington Times Online • September 1, 2021

Minnesota Dems anxious over defund-the-police plan to replace cops with counselors

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney explained why some Democrats are hesitant to support a new Minneapolis ballot measure which would empower city officials to cut spending on the police department and hire social workers instead of officers for certain 911 calls.

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TIME Online • September 1, 2021

American Police Say Officers Are Quitting in Droves. Federal Data Says Otherwise

John Jay College of Criminal Justice professor Peter Moskos explained why policing employment numbers are consistent from year to year.

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The Wall Street Journal • September 2, 2021

U.S. Unemployment Claims Fall to 340,000, Remaining at Pandemic Low

Associate Professor of Economics Michelle Holder explained how the Delta variant is hurting the labor market.

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New York Post • September 2, 2021

6,500 Accused Felons Go Scot-Free as NYC Das Decline to Prosecute

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on news NYC District attorneys in 2020 declined to prosecute individuals accused of felonies at nearly twice the rate of 2019.

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FARANG Magazin • September 2, 2021

Helden und Opfer - New York 20 Jahre nach 9/11

Director of the Master of Science in Forensic Science Program Professor Mechi Prinz recounted her experiences as coroner for NYC during the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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Minnesota Reformer • September 2, 2021

Minneapolis homicides down for third month, compared to 2020

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, commented on the gun violence that has taken place nationwide from 2019-2021.

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Diverse: Issues in Higher Education Online • September 2, 2021

LaGuardia Community College Appoints First Executive Director of DEI

John Jay alumna Wendy M. Nicholson has been named LaGuardia Community College's first executive director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

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Star Tribune Online • September 2, 2021

Groups arise, spurred by Minneapolis gun violence, to enact early interventions

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, explained the need for more community-based programs that don't rely on police intervention to address gun violence in cities.

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Crime Report • September 3, 2021

The Pros and Cons of Violence Interrupters

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

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Crime Report • September 3, 2021

Is It Time to Rethink 'Broken Windows' Policing?

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider co-wrote an op-ed offering evidence based alternatives to arresting and incarcerating individuals for low-level offenses.

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WBFF-TV Online • September 3, 2021

"People are in real fear" | Mid-size cities, including Baltimore, see murders rise in 2021

Assistant Professor Chris Herrmann discussed the rise in gun violence in cities.

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amNewYork METRO Online • September 3, 2021

'It broke the door in!' Queens residents recount terrifying night of flooding

John Jay librarian and historian Jeffrey Kroessler, a Sunnyside Gardens resident, discussed the clean-up efforts following the record-setting rainfall from Hurricane Ida.

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Marketplace Online - American Public Media • September 3, 2021

OnlyFans reversed its policy, but sex workers are still wary

Associate Professor of Political Science Samantha Majic explained the nuanced perceptions of sex work.

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Vox • September 3, 2021

The evidence for violence interrupters doesn't support the hype

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay, discussed the research on the outcomes of violence-interrupter programs.

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New York Post • September 5, 2021

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CITY IN CRISIS UNDER FIRE IN GOTHAM Gunplay down this summer - but up for year

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Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the decline in summer shooting incidents this year as compared to last year.

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Crain's New York Business • September 6, 2021

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ASKED & ANSWERED; Ingrid P. Lewis-Martin, Brooklyn borough president's office

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John Jay alumna Ingrid P. Lewis-Martin gave an in-depth interview about her career as Deputy Borough President under fellow John Jay alumnus Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams.

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Gothamist • September 6, 2021

How The NYPD Empowered Itself In The Immediate Aftermath of the 9/11 Attacks

Assistant Professor of History Fritz Umbach explained the benefits and drawbacks of the expansion of the NYPD's counterterrorism efforts.

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New York Daily News Online • September 6, 2021

NYC Council, convicts seek background check ban in fight against ex-prisoner homelessness

Alison Wilkey, Public Policy Director at John Jay College's Institute for Justice and Opportunity, explained why using background checks as a gatekeeper to find housing for formerly incarcerated individuals is unjust.

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City & State New York Online • September 7, 2021

Protecting NYC 20 years after 9/11

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maria “Maki” Haberfeld discussed the NYPD's response to and preparation for terrorist attacks.

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INSIDER • September 7, 2021

The deaths of actor Michael K. Williams and comedian Fuquan Johnson show the opioid epidemic is far from over

Assistant Professor of Public Policy Adam Scott Wandt explained how illicit drugs make their way into consumers' hands over the dark net.

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El Pulmon De La Democracia • September 8, 2021

Del 9 / 11 a la pandemia, dominicana perdió hija en atentado y hermano por coronavirus

Karmen García discussed her late daughter, John Jay student Marlyn del Carmen Garcia, who was a victim of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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New York State Bar Association • September 8, 2021

Weekly Testing in NYS Courts Begins Today

The Office of Justice Initiatives of the NYS Unified Court System worked with John Jay College to train students in the APPLE Corps public service program to virtually assist unrepresented litigants.

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U.S. Department of Justice • September 8, 2021

U.S. Attorney's Office Update On Ongoing Strategies To Combat Violent Crime

In 2016, the U.S. Attorney's Office joined community and law enforcement partners in York, Pennsylvania to implement the York Group Violence Initiative (GVI), based on the Group Violence Intervention model designed by John Jay's National Network for Safe Communities.

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The Christian Science Monitor Daily • September 8, 2021

Why a Swedish city with a violent crime problem looked to US for solutions

David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Community, explained how the group violence intervention (GVI) approach works as it is implemented in Malmö, Sweden.

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New York Daily News Online • September 8, 2021

The wisdom of the 9/11 survivor

On the 20th anniversary of 9/11, Professor Emeritus of History Charles Strozier wrote about his interviews of 9/11 survivors for his book, “Until the Fires Stopped Burning: 9/11 and the World Trade Center Disaster in the Words and Experiences of Survivors and Witnesses.”

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Rolling Stone Online • September 8, 2021

Here's How Theranos' Elizabeth Holmes Will Try to Prove Her Innocence

Professor of Psychology Chitra Raghavan explained how coercive control is used to commit crimes.

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The Daily Beast • September 8, 2021

Fed-Up Prosecutor Is Done With BS Traffic Stops

Professor Peter Moskos discussed why a new policy announced by Minnesota prosecutor John Choi, in which he will stop prosecuting felony cases resulting from minor traffic stops for minor violations, is problematic.

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ABC News Australia Online • September 9, 2021

A design choice made in 1965 inadvertently determined who lived and who died in the US on 9/11

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett recounted his experience facing pushback from building industry groups after advocating for design changes in high rise buildings to maximize evacuations from fires.

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The Chronicle of Social Change • September 9, 2021

Stopping Gun Violence, One Youth at a Time

Group Violence Intervention strategies created by Professor David Kennedy, founder of the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay College, were successfully implemented in Monterey County, California.

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WHYY News • September 9, 2021

What 9/11 taught us about fire engineering, and the lessons that got lost

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett explained why evacuations were stymied in the World Trade Center buildings during the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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The New York Times Online • September 9, 2021

How the N.Y.P.D. Is Using Post-9/11 Tools on Everyday New Yorkers

Assistant Professor of History Fritz Umbach explained how policing tools have been repurposed for counterterrorism measures.

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The New York Times Online • September 9, 2021

What Does It Mean to 'Never Forget'?

Associate Professor of Psychology Charles B. Stone discussed the meaning of "Never Forget" when referring to 9/11.

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O Globo • September 10, 2021

Vinte anos depois, significado único do 11 de Setembro é busca fugidia para Nova York

Professor of Sociology Susan Opotow discussed how new personal accounts, developments and perceptions continue give new meaning to the tragedy of 9/11. Psychology Professor Charles B. Stone emphasized the role that the 9/11 museum and the memorial have in making sense of 9/11.

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Yellow Springs News • September 10, 2021

Black Farming Conference set

Professor of Community Justice and Social Economic Development Jessica Gordon Nembhard gave a keynote address at the Second Annual Black Farming Conference.

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WFLX-TV Online • September 10, 2021

Riviera Beach chief's order to unarrest city councilman "very unusual"

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maria “Maki” Haberfeld analyzed and commented on Riviera Beach Police Chief Nathan Osgood's order that his officers "un-arrest" Councilman Douglas Lawson for domestic battery.

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EdSource • September 10, 2021

How enduring 9/11 memories from Brooklyn shaped me as a teacher

Jonathan Osler wrote about the legacy of John Jay student Marlyn del Carmen Garcia who was a victim of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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El Diario Nueva York Online • September 10, 2021

"¡Todavía me cuesta aceptarlo!": Madre dominicana que perdió a su hija el 9/11 en una de las Torres Gemelas

Karmen García discussed her late daughter, John Jay student Marlyn del Carmen Garcia, who was a victim of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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The Morning Call Online • September 10, 2021

For police in Lehigh Valley, as elsewhere, vigilance against terrorism has become routine since 9/11

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins explained how policing has changed since 9/11, the militarization of police, and why there is a lack of respect among many toward law enforcement in the years since 9/11.

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WABC-TV Online • September 10, 2021

Are tall buildings safer after September 11?

Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett pushed for building code reforms post 9/11.

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INSIDER • September 10, 2021

Inside the Brooklyn jail holding Ghislaine Maxwell and R. Kelly, where the toilets don't work and a judge said it's 'run by morons'

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, explained why the problems at the Metropolitan Detention Center and Manhattan's Metropolitan Correctional Center are endemic to most jail systems.

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New York Daily News • September 11, 2021

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High-rise sprinkler scofflaws

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Associate Professor of Fire Science Glenn Corbett commented on the news that post 9/11, a significant number of high-rise NYC buildings do not have automatic sprinklers nor systems that improve emergency radio communications on upper floors.

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Observer-Dispatch • September 11, 2021

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Probe of fatal Whitesboro crash following pursuit continues

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Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins commented on police car chases.

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CUNY TV • September 11, 2021

9/11: Twenty Years Later | CUNY TV Special

John Jay Sociology Professors Peter Romaniuk and Susan Opotow discussed the 9/11 terrorist attacks' impact on counterterrorism, politics, and recovery.

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WGTD-FM Online • September 11, 2021

Milwaukee Is Again On Pace To Break Yearly Homicide Record

Assistant Professor Chris Herrmann analyzed nationwide violent crime data in 2020 and 2019.

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Variety Online • September 11, 2021

Kristoffer Polaha Auditioned for 'Angel' on 9/11; It Kickstarted His L.A. Acting Career

Actor Kristoffer Polaha wrote about how his career started on September 11, 2001 with a Fox mystery show called “The 3rd Degree”with characters who were John Jay students.

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The Buffalo News • September 12, 2021

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Until pandemic, crime fell under Brown's leadership

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Assistant Professor Chris Herrmann analyzed crime data from Buffalo CitiStat, the state and the FBI between 2016 and 2020.

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The Star Online • September 12, 2021

30 fired or forced out officers back working as jail guards in Wisconsin

Professor Emeritus Martin Horn explained the negative consequences of hiring poor candidates for correctional officer positions.

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Daily Freeman Online • September 12, 2021

Ulster County initiative aims to curb intimate partner violence

The Intimate Partners Violence Intervention program developed by John Jay's National Network for Safe Communities (NNSC) was launched in the city of Kingston and since then has been expanded to Saugerties and New Paltz. Alexis Acevedo, a data analyst with the NNSC, provided statistics on reported incidents of domestic violence and the recidivism rate since the program began in 2018.

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Albuquerque Journal Online • September 12, 2021

APD's thin blue line stretched thinner

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maria “Maki” Haberfeld discussed police recruitment, attrition, and morale.

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Times Union Online • September 12, 2021

Law Beat: Chief judge to focus on COVID-19 in 'justice gap' address

The Office of Justice Initiatives of the NYS Unified Court System worked with John Jay College to train students in the APPLE Corps public service program to virtually assist unrepresented litigants.

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Newsday Online • September 12, 2021

Suffolk shootings increase 23% in 2021, statistics show

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on gun violence in Suffolk County and New York City.

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CUNY • September 13, 2021

CUNY Colleges Once Again Earn High Marks in U.S. News & World Report Rankings

John Jay College of Criminal Justice was ranked in the top 20 public universities in the northern United States and ranked highly among regional universities in the north for undergraduate teaching programs, for high levels of ethnic diversity, and for social mobility.

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Albuquerque Journal Online • September 13, 2021

BCSO 'fully staffed' but still losing deputies

Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maria “Maki” Haberfeld discussed staffing levels in large municipal police departments and smaller sheriff's offices.

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WCBS-TV Online • September 13, 2021

Princeton snags #1 spot, Columbia ties with Harvard at #2: annual college rankings

John Jay College was ranked among the top colleges for advancing social mobility by enrolling and graduating large proportions of disadvantaged students awarded with Pell Grants.

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TIME Online • September 13, 2021

On Top of the Pandemic, Hospitals Face Another Crisis: Children and Teenagers Are Being Shot in Record Numbers

Paul David Smith, Director of Reconciliation with the National Network for Safe Communities, explained the cyclical nature of gun violence.

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CNA Insider • September 14, 2021

The Impact Of 9/11 Terror Attacks, 20 Years On | CNA Correspondent | September 11

Professor of Sociology Peter Romaniuk explained how counterterrorism measures changed pre-9/11 and post-9/11. Chair of the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration Professor Maria “Maki” Haberfeld explained how terrorists' tactics have changed since 9/11. Adjunct Lecturer Ibrahim Bechrouri discussed how NYPD counterterrorism sting operations harmed Muslim communities.

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WalletHub • September 14, 2021

2021's Happiest States in America

Assistant Professor and Counselor in the SEEK Program Wendy Johnson gave insights on achieving overall happiness and career contentment.

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City • September 15, 2021

NYPD Gang Database Targeted By City Council Member

Adjunct Professor and former NYPD officer Michael Alcazar defended the NYPD's use of a database of alleged gang members, which a new City Council bill aims to abolish.

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Waging Nonviolence • September 15, 2021

How the police stand to benefit from abolition

A study was cited from the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay College of Criminal Justice on policies and programs that reduce community violence without relying on police.

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Colombia MSN • September 15, 2021

Momentos claves del 'Chapo' Guzmán en la cárcel

Professor L. Thomas Kucharski commented on the likelihood of El Chapo escaping the ADX Florence maximum security prison in Colorado.

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CUNY TV • September 15, 2021

Eldridge & Co.

Professor and Chair of the Department of Latin American and Latinx Studies Lisandro Perez gave an in-depth interview on Cuban relations with the US during the Reagan and Obama administrations and Cuban American politics.

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