James Mulvaney, an adjunct professor in the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration wrote an op-ed piece titled “The NRA's Off-Target Plan” that was published in the Los Angeles Times. In the article, Mulvaney examines the Nation Rifle Association-funded report that recommends putting armed guards or staff in every school.
To read the Los Angeles Times op-ed, click here.
Mulvaney is a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist who has worked as a reporter, national and foreign correspondent and editor for publications such as Newsday, the Orange County (CA) Register and the New York Daily News. Mulvaney has worked as a consultant in the investigations, compliance and crisis management fields. He also served as Deputy Commissioner of External Relations for the New York State Division of Human Rights. He is a nationally recognized advocate in the autism community and has written frequently on issues related to people with disabilities.