Criminal Justice Subject Guide
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The Encyclopedia of child abuse / Robin E. Clark and Judith Freeman Clark with Christine Adamec; REF HV6626.5 .C57 2001
Encyclopedia of civil rights in America / edited by David Bradley and Shelley Fisher Fishkin; REF E185.61 L84 1997
Historical dictionary of the civil rights movement / Ralph E. Luker; REF E185.61 L84 1997
Criminal Behavior, Social Pathology, Social & Public Welfare
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Compendium of United Nations standards and norms in crime prevention and criminal justice; REF HV7431 .C666 1992
Criminal justice information: how to find it, how to use it / Dennis C. Benamati; REF HV7419.5 C75 1998
Encyclopedia of American crime / Carl Sifakis; REF HV6789 .S54 2001
Encyclopedia of crime and justice / edited by Joshua Dressler; REF HV6107 .E52 2002
The Roxbury dictionary of criminal justice: key terms and major court cases / Dean J. Champion; REF HV7411 .C48 1997
A Dictionary of human rights / David Robertson; REF K3239.3 .R67 1997
International encyclopedia of human rights: freedoms, abuses, and remedies / Robert L. Maddex; REF JC571 M3243 2000
Forensic science: an introduction to scientific and investigative techniques / edited by Stuart H. James, Jon J. Nordby; HV8073 .F5835 2003
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The database contains indexes and summaries of international journal articles, books, and governmental and non-governmental reports on virtually any topic in criminal justice.
Indexes almost 200 journals both U.S. and international, about 25% full-text, covers a wide range of criminal justice topics, and dates back to 1981.
Offers information in nearly every area of academic study. Provides full text for nearly 1,850 publications, including more than 1,250 peer reviewed journals. Indexes literature back to 1985.
A product of the U.S. Dept. of Justice this database indexes the contents of more than 150,000 research reports, books, journals, unpublished works and more back to the early 70's.
Provides full text access to scholarly journals in many academic fields.
The Criminal Justice Section has primary responsibility for the American Bar Association's work on solutions to issues involving crime, criminal law, and the administration of criminal and juvenile justice. The Section plays an active leadership role in bringing the views of the ABA to the attention of federal and state courts, Congress, and other federal and state judicial, legislative, and executive policy-making bodies. The Section also serves as a resource to its members on issues in the forefront of change in the criminal justice arena.
Headquartered in San Francisco, CJCJ provides direct services, technical assistance and policy research in the criminal justice field.
The Society encourages the scientific study of the criminal justice system and the application of scientific knowledge to problems in criminal justice.
The Trowbridge Foundation was established in 1999 as a non-profit corporation through a grant from Charles L. Trowbridge. Its' purpose is to further research and disseminate information in the areas of law and psychology. The mission of the Foundation is to seek social justice through improved understanding of psychological and legal principles, and to promote improved standards of practice among lawyers and psychologists
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