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Criminal Justice: Videos, Websites, Media

U.S. Government Resources

  • Central Intelligence Agency
    The website of the C.I.A features a news section titled "CIA & The War on Terrorism" with links to news stories, official statements, and other relevant documents.
  • Department of Defense
    The Department of Defense website includes news, multimedia, and links to websites of affiliated organizations.
  • Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
    The website of the DHS is a comprehensive guide to all homeland security matters with content such as news, general information, publications, and links to other organizations.
  • DHS Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report
    The DHS provides a daily report that collects open-source publications on infrastructure and related topics.
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation
    The website of the FBI contains a lot of informaton on terrorism including the Most Wanted Terrorists list, information on investigations, and relevant news.
  • Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
    The FEMA webpage contains information on disaster preparedness including natural, chemical, and biological threats as well as a section on terrorism.
  • Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
    The FLETC website offers training, policy documents, reports, and other information on matters of law enforcement and national security.
  • Interpol
    The website of Interpol offers information on the fight against terrorism and their involvement. This also includes a terrorism fact sheet.
  • MI5: The Security Service
    This is the official website of the UK Security Service and provides information relating to threats, espionage and security measures.
  • National Counterterrorism Center
    This site offers resources with the vision of eliminating the terrorist threat through integrated Strategic Operational Planning and Counterterrorism Intelligence and features a Worldwide Incidents tracking System and a practical Counterterrorism Calendar.
  • National Criminal Justice Reference Center
    This Office of Justice Program, US Department of Justice site features articles, products, publications and criminal justice events relating to homeland security.
  • Ready America (DHS)
    This website, a project of DHS, aims to provide the American public with information to help individual preparation for all types of emergencies.
  • US Customs and Border Patrol
    This website offers information pertaining to border security, trade, and travel and treasury issues.
  • U.S. House of Representatives: Committee on Homeland Security
    The “Issues Area” of this site offers information relating to Transportation Security Border/Port Security, Critical Infrastructure Protection, Cyber Security, Emergency Preparedness, Emerging Threats, Intelligence/Information Sharing and Investigations.
  • Search.USA.gov
    The official search engine of the US Government.

Academic Video Online - Criminal Justice

Videos in our Catalog (SLEUTH)

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Other Websites and Blogs

Matt Mangino: A former prosecutor's musings on crime and punishment in America.

Solitary Watch: News from a Nation in Lockdown

The Crime Report: America’s most comprehensive source of news on crime, and resources on criminal justice

Karen Franklin, PhD: Forensic psychological evaluations and psychological treatment, San Francisco Bay Area. Expert on motivations for violence and hate crimes.

HuffPost Crime: Missing person cases, the hunt for serial killers, breaking crime news and reports on newsworthy trials.

Think Progress Justice: Breaking news, original research, and hard-hitting analysis on legal issues.

Doc Bonn: Criminologist and media analyst.

Crime Scene Training:  A blog to teach the fundamentals of Crime Scene Investigation, and to encourage input, feedback and involvement from site visitors.

Jonathan Turley:  A nationally recognized legal scholar who has written extensively in areas ranging from constitutional law to legal theory to tort law.

The Wrongful Convictions Blog: Addressing wrongful conviction issues.

The Charles Smith Blog:  Former reporter of the Toronto Star, Harold Levy writes about cases regarding flawed forensic pathology, junk science, the US death penalty and other forensic developments.

The Crime Analyst Blog:  A blog on crime, law enforcement and related topics.

The Sentencing Project:  Research and advocacy for reform.

Vera Institute of Justice: Making justice systems fairer and more effective through research and innovation.

Prison Culture: Prison Culture is an attempt to document how the current prison industrial complex operates and to underscore the ways that it structures American society.

Death Penalty Information CenterA national non-profit organization serving the media and the public with analysis and information on issues concerning capital punishment.