This is a guide to information resources for Criminal Justice. As you do your research, you can click on the tabs above to find out how to get articles, books, and other resources. Before beginning research, it is a good idea to explore some background sources.
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Background exploration of a topic is crucial to good research. Reference encyclopedias, dictionaries, and handbooks are the tools to use if you need an overview of a subject, definitions of terms, biographical information on a key figure in the field, or recommended lists of readings.
Look at some of the background sources recommended, whether they are individual print or electronic titles or collections in a database.
|Ency. of Crime Scene Investigation Encyclopedia of Criminology Ency. of Juvenile Justice|
|REF 363.2525 N485sec REF 364.03 En194c REF 364.3603 En194ji|
|Encyclopedia of Law Enforcement Encyc. of Police Science Encyclopedia of Prisons|
|REF 363.2 En195Le REF 363,203 En196ps REF 365.9703 En196pcf|