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Criminal Justice Resources :

Comprehensive Sites

ACLU Criminal Law Reform
Provides access to ACLU documents relating to criminal justice issues, particularly ACLU positions and activities. It also has links to other criminal justice sites.
(Last checked 05/14/15)

Center for Problem-Oriented Policing
Extensive info & reports focusing on ways in which police can more effectively address specific crime and disorder problems. Type keywords related to your topic into the search box. Courtesy of the University of Albany.
(Last checked 05/14/15)

Vera Institute of Justice
Provides resources and hands-on help to agencies involved in criminal justice projects. Site includes a wide variety of resources relevant to criminal justice research.
(Last checked 05/14/15)

Crime Spider Page
Crime spider crawls the web to find the best sites related to crimes such as homicides, serial murders, missing persons, unsolved mysteries, law enforcement, criminalistics, criminology, behavioral sciences, profiling, DNA, and crime prevention.
(Last checked 05/14/15)

The CrimeLynx site was developed in 1996 by a criminal defense lawyer and is geared to criminal law practitioners, policy makers, forensic scientists, and expert witnesses. The site includes more than 100 crime-related links, spanning crime scene investigation, DNA, pathology, wrongful convictions, prosecutorial misconduct, and famous criminal trials. It also has legal research links covering criminal statutes, Justice Department criminal guidelines, online legal libraries, and treaties and other international documents.
(Last checked 05/14/15)

Criminal Justice Mega-Sites : The Best Links on the Web
Includes links to top pages by criminal justice professors, comprehensive sites, research sites, police , courts, corrections, criminal justice publishers, web journals, discussion, and professional association links. Courtesy of Tom O'Connor, Austin Peay State University.
Note: Although Dr O'Connor is no longer maintaining the web site, it is still available thanks to the Internet Archive. Check out the numerous course syllabi, lecture notes, and numerous links sorted by topic.
(Last checked 05/14/15)

National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS)
NCJRS is a federally funded resource offering justice and substance abuse information to support research, policy, and program development worldwide. Included on the website are extensive publications on Corrections, Courts, Crime, Crime Prevention, Drugs, the Justice System, Juvenile Justice, Law Enforcement, and Victims.
(Last checked 05/14/15)

The Redwood Highway: Crime, Law, and Related Information Links (Western Society of Criminologists)
A collection of web links provided by the Western Society of Criminologists.
(Last checked 05/14/15)

World Criminal Justice Library Electronic Network
Very impressive collection of links compiled by librarians and CJ specialists. Provides sections on reference sources, statistics, links arranged by country, etc. Courtesy of Rutgers University.
(Last checked 05/14/15)

World Criminal Justice Library Network
Very impressive collection of links compiled by librarians and CJ specialists. Provides sections on reference sources, statistics, links arranged by country, etc. Courtesy of Rutgers University.
(Last checked 05/14/15)


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