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Criminal Justice  

A guide for finding resources on Criminal Justice in Hammermill Library and on the Internet.
Last Updated: Nov 30, 2016 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Getting Started

Criminal Justice is an interdiscplinary field, so while you will find resources here that are geared specifically for Criminal Justice, you will also find relevant information in other areas of study (i.e. sociology, psychology, law and political science, etc).


Crime Report feed

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To find articles, click on the Articles tab.

To find books, search our catalog; the Books tab of this page also lists several reference books that may be of use.

To find web resources, click on the Websites tab.

For help writing your bibliography, click on the How to Cite Sources tab.

Check out the Career Guide's tab for help in writing your resume and job listing sites.

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New books in our Library!

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Law and Society - Matthew R. (Ross) Lippman
Call Number: K370 .L56 2015
Publication Date: 2015

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Juvenile Delinquency - Robert Agnew; Timothy Brezina
Call Number: HV9069 .A55 2015
Publication Date: 2015

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Juvenile Justice - John A. Winterdyk (Editor)
Call Number: HV9069 .J88 2015
Publication Date: 2015


Current News - FBI

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Criminal Justice Department


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