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|Criminal justice (3 Vols)||Reference||KF9214.5 .C75 2006|
|The encyclopedia of world crime : criminal justice, criminology, and law enforcement (6 Vols)||Reference||HV6017 .N3 1990|
|Courts, law, and justice||Stacks||HV7405 .C68 2011|
|Corrections||Stacks||HV8665 .C674 2011|
|Juvenile crime and justice||Stacks||HV9069 .J7785 2011|
|Exploring Policing, Crime and Society : A Brief but Critical Understanding||ebrary||View E-book|
|Psychology and Law of Criminal Justice Processes : Cases and Materials||ebrary||View E-book|
|Predictive Policing : The Role of Crime Forecasting in Law Enforcement Operations||ebrary||View E-book|
|Crime Classification Manual : A Standard System for Investigating and Classifying Violent Crime (3rd Edition)||ebrary||View E-book|
|Everything You Need to Know About the Basics of Criminal Justice in America||eBook Collection||View E-book|
|Careers in Forensic Science : Crime Scene Investigation: Criminalist||eBook Collection||View E-book|
|Cyber Security, Cyber Crime and Cyber Forensics : Applications and Perspectives||eBook Collection||View E-book|
|World of Criminal Justice, Gale||Credo||View E-book|
Computer crimes. Corrections. Crime. Crime prevention. Crime scene searches. Criminal behavior, Prediction of. Criminal investigation. Criminal justice. Criminal justice, Administration of. Criminal law. Criminals. Evidence, Criminal. Forensic sciences. Juvenile delinquency. Juvenile justice. Law enforcement. Police. Police patrol. Prisons.
National Criminal Justice Association: (NCJA) is an association of state and local police chiefs, judges, attorneys, and other criminal justice officials who seek to improve the administration of state criminal and juvenile justice programs. It publishes the monthly newsletter Justice Bulletin, http://www.ncja.org/.
The Fraternal Order of Police: distributes material related to criminal justice and law enforcement issues. It upholds the right of law enforcement agencies to administer drug tests to their officers and applicants. The order works to support national efforts in the war on drugs, http://www.fop.net/.
The National Black Police Association: (NBPA) is a nationwide organization of African American police associations dedicated to the promotion of justice, fairness, and effectiveness in law enforcement, http://www.blackpolice.org/.
The International Association of Women Police envisions a world where women working in the criminal justice professions are treated justly, fairly, and equitably by the agencies they serve. The association provides network and support systems, training, and information aimed at increasing awareness and encouraging women to enter the criminal justice field. The organization publishes Women Police magazine, http://www.iawp.org/.
National Alliance of Gang Investigators' Associations is an organization of criminal justice professionals and organizations that works to promote and coordinate national antigang strategies, http://www.nagia.org/.
Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Justice is the investigative arm of the US Department of Justice. The mission of the FBI is "to protect and defend the United States against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats", to uphold and enforce the criminal laws of the United States, and to provide leadership and criminal justice services to federal, state, municipal, and international agencies and partners, http://www.fbi.gov/.
The Police Executive Research Forum: (PERF) is an independent research organization that focuses on critical issues in policing such as reducing police use of force, developing community policing and problem-oriented policing, using technologies to deliver police services to the community, and evaluating crime reduction strategies, http://www.policeforum.org/.
The Police Foundation strives to help policemen be more effective on the job, whether it be deterring robberies, intervening in potentially injurious family disputes, or working to improve relationships between the police and the communities they serve, http://www.policefoundation.org/.
American Correctional Association: (ACA) is "the oldest, and largest international correctional association in the World." This website provides pdf version of Corrections Today magazine, http://www.aca.org/.
American Jail Association: (AJA) is a national, nonprofit organization that exists to support those who work in and operate our nation's jails and is the only national association that focuses exclusively on issues specific to the operations of local correctional facilities, http://www.corrections.com/aja/index.shtml.
National Institute of Corrections is an agency within the U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons for correctional learning and training. The website provides access to the NIC library, which includes many full-text publications on correctional issues, http://nicic.org/.
U.S. Parole Commission provides information pertaining to parole and victim/witness program as well as commission reports, http://www.usdoj.gov/uspc/.
Identity Theft Resource Center is a nonprofit program dedicated exclusively to identity theft, evolving and growing crime. The website includes information on current laws that address the issue of identity theft and current studies, and links to relevant organizations, http://www.idtheftcenter.org/.
National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC): (NCPC) is a non-profit educational organization to address the causes of crime and violence and to reduce the opportunities for crime to occur, http://www.ncpc.org/.
National Center for Forensic Science provides research, education, training, tools and technology to meet the current and future needs of the forensic science, investigative and criminal justice communities. This website provides databases of ignitable liquids reference collection as well as information regarding digital, physical, and biological evidence, http://www.ncfs.ucf.edu/.
Go Law Enforcement is a website which promotes careers in local, state, and federal law enforcement. Included are a comprehensive directory of federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, along with links to corresponding websites. Also provided are resources on law enforcement exploring, police reserves and auxiliary programs as well as a directory of law enforcement associations, http://www.golawenforcement.com/.
Crimes Against Children Research Center is dedicated to combating crimes against children by providing high quality research and statistics to the public, policy makers, law enforcement personnel, and other child welfare practitioners, http://www.unh.edu/ccrc/.
The Crime Report (The John Jay Center on Media, Crime and Justice) provides news and multimedia information and networking resource for the contemporary world of crime and justice, http://www.thecrimereport.org/.
CriminalJusticePrograms.com provides information about career paths, schools, and training for criminal justice careers, http://www.criminaljusticeprograms.com/criminal-justice-careers/.
Bureau of Justice Statistics includes detailed descriptions of criminal justice topics, data collections, and terms. Includes tutorials and other helpful resources. Includes website for Criminal Victimization, http://www.bjs.gov/.
National Archive of Criminal Justice Data facilitates research in criminal justice and criminology, through the preservation, enhancement, and sharing of computerized data resources through the production of original research based on archived data. Identifies appropriate criminological and criminal justice data collections on specific topics. Housed by the University of Michigan, http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/icpsrweb/NACJD/.
State and Metropolitan Area Data Book features more than 1,500 data items for the United States and individual states, counties and metropolitan areas from a variety of sources. Covers crime statistics. Online and PDF versions of previous editions are available, with separate updates, http://www.census.gov/library/publications/2010/compendia/databooks.html.
Uniform Crime Reports (Federal Bureau of Investigation) In1930, the FBI began collecting, publishing, and archiving reliable, uniform crime statistics for the nation, http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/ucr.
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