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The Center on Media, Crime and Justice, housed at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY) since 2006, is the nation's only practice- and research-oriented think tank devoted to encouraging and developing high-quality reporting on criminal justice, and to promoting better-informed public debate on the complex 21st-century challenges of law enforcement, public security and justice in a globalized urban society.

Our Mission
The Center provides a non-partisan forum for discussion, networking and information-sharing between the media and the criminal justice community both in the U.S. and abroad, including academics, practitioners and non-government organizations. We offer seminars, training workshops and courses, conferences, specialized research and fellowships for media students, professionals and editors working in print, broadcast, magazine and online. We provide a key link between cutting-edge research and best practices in the field and the media community. Activities include: sponsorship of the annual John Jay Prize for Excellence in Criminal Justice Reporting, and an annual survey of major crime stories and coverage.

Our Partners
The Center operates in partnership with: Criminal Justice Journalists (CJJ), the only U.S. association of working crime and justice reporters; the Institute for Justice and Journalism (IJJ) at USC Annenberg School for Communication; and the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism in New York. We also collaborate with other specialist academic centers at John Jay as well as professional media and criminal justice organizations around the U.S.. Funding currently comes from the Ford Foundation and the Harry F. Guggenheim Foundation.



SPOTLIGHT


The Times-Picayune and Mother Jones Magazine win 2013 John Jay College/H.F. Guggenheim Excellence in Criminal Justice Reporting Awards

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Times-Picayne Story
Mother Jones Story



Smart Justice
Changing How We Think About Crime and Punishment

Guggenheim Symposium
February 4 & 5 2013
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
524 West 59th Street
New York, New York

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For Guggenheim Symposium hotel accommodations, please visit:
The Empire Hotel
44 West 63rd Street
New York, NY 10023
T: 888-800-6301
www.empirehotelnyc.com

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“John Jay 2013 Guggenheim Symposium group”


Holiday Inn -Midtown
440 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
T: 800-231-0405
Or 212-581-8100
www.hi57.com

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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and Mother Jones Magazine Win 2012 John Jay College/H.F. Guggenheim Excellence in Criminal Justice Reporting Awards

Read the Mother Jones Magazine Story here.
Read the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Story here.

Kids Behind Bars:CMCJ/Tow Foundation symposium on Juvenile Justice. For more information, click here


Jailed Without Conviction? CMCJ/Public Welfare Fellowships on Pre-Trial Detention. For program information click here


2012 Harry F. Guggenheim Symposium on Crime in America,
"The Problem That Won't Go Away: How Drugs, Race and Mass Incarceration Have Distorted American Justice (and What To Do About It)." For more information, click here.


Gun Violence Reporting Workshop. For more information click here.


CMCJ/Pew Advanced Journalism Seminars
For more information, click here.


New York Magazine and The Philadelphia Inquirer Investigative Team Win 2011 John Jay Criminal Justice Reporting Awards

Read the New York Magazine story here.
Read the Philadelphia Inquirer story here.


NY Times Columnist Bob Herbert speaks about the importance of criminal justice journalism (Watch video)




 
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