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John Jay College of Criminal Justice

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Kanopy at John Jay College

Currently streaming about 200 documentaries, feature films and instructional films to the John Jay community.

Please note as of 4/19/2018, for financial reasons, we have had to cease our PDA model and are no longer able to offer our users the ability to choose and add more videos to our Kanopy collection themselves.  Our access is currently restricted to films users have already viewed sufficient times to have triggered licenses.   Faculty wishing to request special access to specific titles should contact the media librarian Ellen Sexton esexton at jjay.cuny.edu  Please note that New York Public Library  provides access to a much larger collection.

 

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Kanopy at the New York Public Library

Available to NYPL card holders age 13 and older. More than 30,000 feature films, documentaries, foreign language, and training videos.

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Kanopy ethnographic films (DER collection)

Classic ethnographic films including Dead birds, N!ai, the story of a K!ung woman, the Ax fight, First contact, and contemporary works, from Documentary Educational Resources.

Please note as of 4/19/2018, for financial reasons, we have had to cease our PDA model and are no longer able to offer our users the ability to choose and add more videos to our Kanopy collection themselves.  Our access is currently restricted to films users have already viewed sufficient times to have triggered licenses.   Faculty wishing to request special access to specific titles should contact the media librarian Ellen Sexton esexton at jjay.cuny.edu

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Killed by Police

Aggregates corporate news reports and Facebook pages of people killed by nonmilitary law enforcement officers, whether in the line of duty or not, and regardless of reason or method. Inclusion implies neither wrongdoing nor justification on the part of the person killed or the officer involved. The post merely documents the occurrence of a death.   Searchable by year beginning May 2013. 

Note: This database is a work in progress, and like any open web resource, seek to corroborate any data with other sources such as the Uniform Crime Reports database maintained by the FBI and accessible through the library website.

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