This collection provides resources in the areas of law, law enforcement, paralegal, and Homeland Security. Users will have access to 150 journals.
The one-volume ebook explores all aspects of community corrections, from its philosophical foundation to its current inception.
Print Location: REF. HV6017 .E52 2002
This second edition brings together in four volumes 250 essays on subjects related to criminal conduct, crime prevention and punishment.
This site includes information and statistics in areas such as crime, criminal offenders, victims, criminal records systems, courts and sentencing. It also provides a list of BJS publications, and press releases.
This website lists the FBI Directors, the top ten fugitives, and the FBI field offices located in major American cities. The site also includes ongoing investigative programs into terrorism, spying, kidnappings, violent crimes, major thefts, etc. Also included are documents, reports, famous cases, and forms for submitting tips to the FBI.
This site covers several major topics: corrections, courts, drugs, crimes, juvenile justice, law enforcement, victims, and grants. NCJRS provides reference and referral services to help users find answers to questions about crime and justice-related policy, research, and practice.
The National Institute of Justice funds scientific studies to provide objective knowledge to decrease crime and advance justice, especially at the local and state levels. Besides funding research, the NIJ sponsors events (including webinars) about relevant issues in the field of criminal justice.
The U.S. federal department responsible for law enforcement. Headed by the U.S. attorney general, it investigates and prosecutes cases under federal antitrust, civil-rights, criminal, tax, and environmental laws.