Professors David Kennedy and Eugene O’Donnell were quoted in Time.com about the drop in the homicide rate in New York City.
The article, titled “Murders Dip Everywhere, But NYC in a League of Its Own,” highlights the steady decline in violent crime in the City and the debate over the reasons for the drop.
Kennedy, a professor of criminal justice, is also the director of John Jay’s Center for Crime Prevention and Control. O’Donnell is a lecturer in the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration and is a former police office and prosecutor.
To read the Time article, click here.