Criminology
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Access to Justice Network: Canadian Law and Justice - Laws of Canada, Law Library
ACJNet, the information source for Canadian laws and justice. You can discuss legal and justice issues, read documents on laws and lesson plans on laws, search legal databases, links to law and justice sites, to Statutes of Canada...

American Society Of Criminology
The American Society of Criminology is an international organization concerned with criminology, embracing scholarly, scientific, and professional knowledge concerning the etiology, prevention, control and treatment of crime and delinquency. This includes the measurement and detection of crime, legislation and practice of criminal law, as well as the law enforcement, judicial and correctional systems.

Archives of C-J-S-FORUM@JISCMAIL.AC.UK
A forum to encourage open discussion of all aspects of the UK Criminal Justice System (Police, Courts, Prisons and Probation), by drawing together academics, practioners, and those the System affects to share views, experience, literature, events and to promote greater public understanding.

Australian Institute of Criminology
The Institute is the national focus for the study of crime and criminal justice in Australia and for the dissemination of criminal justice information. The Institute draws on information supplied to it by a wide variety of sources and its policy advice is objective and independent.

Buffalo Criminal Law Center - Criminal Law Resources on the Internet
Introductory Note:  This page provides on-line access to criminal law materials from the United States and throughout the world, including, among other things, criminal codes, criminal procedure codes, and enforcement codes.  For a dynamic website integrating these materials into a comprehensive and systematic collection of interconnected annotated codes, court opinions, and commentary, go to the Penal Law Web.  For a web digest of New York criminal law, click here.

Bureau of Justice Statistics International Justice Statistics
Information about crime and criminal justice in other countries.

Canadian Firearms Centre / Centre canadien des armes feu
The information contained in this site has been posted by the Canadian Firearms Centre (CFC) which is responsible for implementing Canada's new Firearms Act. This site is part of a group of services to the public, provided by the CFC, that include 1-800 lines, public legal information, the distribution of communications documents and application forms. This site contains our most recent and accurate information unless otherwise noted.

Center for Sex Offender Management (CSOM)
Site Purpose - To disseminate information about sex offenders and their effective management in the community.

CIA -- The World Factbook
The World Factbook is prepared by the Central Intelligence Agency for the use of US Government officials, and the style, format, coverage, and content are designed to meet their specific requirements.

CJCA listserv
CJCALIST is an e-mail listserv for CJCA members and others involved in youth issues. The purpose is to enable listserv subscribers to communicate with each other to discuss youth issues and concerns. The larger goal is to assist the juvenile justice environment.

CJS online - Homepage
The Criminal Justice System (CJS) in England and Wales comprises the crime related work of the following criminal justice departments, and the agencies and services they oversee: (contained inside).

COPNET.org - International Law Enforcement
COPNET is a collection of Law Enforcement Internet resources.

Crime & Policing (UK)
The Unit aims to stimulate, foster and develop strategies and tactics for the prevention of crime.

Crime Library: crime stories on serial killers, the mafia, terrorists, spies, assassins and gangsters
Stories on: crime, gangsters, serial killers, terrorits, spies, assassins and classic crime stories.

Crime Research Centre
The Crime Research Centre was established within the Law School at the University of Western Australia in 1989, as a joint initiative between the State government and the University. The State government provided a substantial capital endowment and the University provided accommodation and salary support. The Centre has competed successfully for research funding from a variety of government and non-government agencies including the Australian Research Council, the Criminology Research Council and other national funding bodies and has been able to develop a good library to supplement the resources of the Reid Library and the Beasley Law Library.

Crimestoppers International
CSI is a volunteer based organization. A volunteer board of directors from member nations establish CSI policy and represent the member programs worldwide. The board members serve without compensation and each board member is responsible for paying the costs of attending international board meetings.

Criminal Justice - Electronic Sources
Indiana University Bloomington Libraries Criminal Justice Electronic Sources.

Criminal Justice MegaLinks
Criminal Justice links and lectures, a comprehensive library of information resources on criminal justice, law and criminology.
Cryptography: The Study of Encryption
(This information should be of interest to you.)

Department of Justice Canada
Welcome to the Department of Justice Website. This is your fastest and most up-to-date connection to information about the Department of Justice and what we are doing to ensure that Canadians have a justice system that is highly regarded all over the world for its impartiality and respect for the rule of law.

Department of Justice in Western Australia
The Department of Justice (formerly known as the Ministry of Justice) was established in 1993 to make the West Australian system of justice more responsive to the needs of the community.

Department of Law - University of Leeds
The Centre for Criminal Justice Studies was established in 1987 to pursue research into criminal justice systems and criminological issues. In support of these goals, the Centre fosters an active and flourishing multi-disciplinary academic environment for teaching and research. The Centre has become a pre-eminent research unit with a growing international profile, the excellence of which has been confirmed by the ESRC studentship recognition exercises and also by the Higher Education Funding Council which conferred a four rating in the 1996 research assessment exercise.

Edinburgh Law School, Links
(This site has a very nicely put together index of links relative to Legal / Law sites predominantly in the U.K.)

Federal Bureau of Investigation Home Page
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is the principal investigative arm of the United States Department of Justice (DOJ). Title 28, United States Code (U.S. Code), Section 533, which authorizes the Attorney General to "appoint officials to detect...crimes against the United States," and other federal statutes give the FBI the authority and responsibility to investigate specific crimes. At present, the FBI has investigative jurisdiction over violations of more than 200 categories of federal crimes.
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Federal Judicial Center
The Federal Judicial Center is the research and education agency of the federal judicial system.
('Education Programs' & 'Court-Related Links' hold some interesting resources.)

FSU School of Criminology Criminal Justice Links
Florida State University is home to one of the oldest criminology programs in the world. Starting in 1953 as the School of Social Welfare, it became the Department of Criminology and Corrections in the School of Social Welfare in 1956.

HEUNI: The European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control, affiliated with the United Nations
The European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control, affiliated with the United Nations (HEUNI) is the European link in the network of institutes operating within the framework of the United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Programme. HEUNI was established through an Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of Finland, signed on 23 December 1981. HEUNI is based in Helsinki, Finland.

Hotlinks - Professor Bernard Hibbitts
Hotlinks for legal research, legal history, electronic scholarly publishing, orality and literacy, Marshall McLuhan, and the senses in human culture. Professor Bernard Hibbitts is Associate Dean for Communications & Information Technology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

ISTD: The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies (UK)
The Centre provides a resource for all within criminal justice, and for the public as a whole. It calls on the talents, experience and energies of representatives from across the criminal justice spectrum, and fosters the highest standards of analysis and debate in all its events and publications.

International Centre for Criminal Law Reform and Criminal Justice Policy
Founded in 1991, the Vancouver-based International Centre is a joint initiative of the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University and the International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law. Through its activities, the Centre contributes to the work of the UNODC - United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. The Centre's association with Simon Fraser University and the University of British Columbia allows it to marshal effective interdisciplinary teams for work in criminal law and criminal justice policy research and education.

JUSTNET - National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center
The Justice Technology Information Network (JUSTNET) is your online gateway to law enforcement and corrections technology information. Under the auspices of the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), JUSTNET is maintained by the National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center (NLECTC).

MI5 The Security Service (UK)
This is the official website of the Security Service (MI5). The Security Service is the UK's security intelligence agency. Its purpose is to protect national security from threats such as terrorism, espionage and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, to safeguard the economic well-being of the UK against foreign threats, and to support the law enforcement agencies in preventing and detecting serious crime. This website outlines the nature and work of the Service.

NACRO (UK)
At Nacro, the crime reduction charity, we make society safer by finding practical solutions to reducing crime. Since 1966 we've worked to give ex-offenders, disadvantaged people and deprived communities the help they need to build a better future.

National Archive of Criminal Justice Data (NACJD)
(NACJD) is a branch of the Inter - university Consortium for Political and Social Research
(ICPSR) at the University of Michigan. NACJD acquires, archives, processes, and provides access to computer-readable criminal justice data collections for research and instruction. The NACJD website provides downloadable access to over 550 criminal justice data collections free of charge.

National Association for Youth Justice (UK)
The National Association for Youth Justice was established in Britain in 1994 following the merger between the National Intermediate Treatment Federation (NITFed) and the Association for Youth Justice (A.Y.J).

(NCIS) National Criminal Intelligence Service (UK)
NCIS works with law enforcement agencies, government departments and other relevant organisations nationally and internationally. Indeed Interpol UK and Europol UK, along with the UK Drug Liaison Officer network, form the NCIS International Division. Through these, NCIS is a one-stop shop for UK law enforcement's international enquiries.

NCJA (National Criminal Justice Association's Web Site)
The National Criminal Justice Association (NCJA) is the Washington, D.C.-based special interest group that represents states on crime control and public safety matters. The NCJA's work focuses primarily on helping develop and implement national policy in the criminal justice field and on helping states address criminal justice-related problems.

NCJRS - National Criminal Justice Reference Service
NCJRS is a collection of clearinghouses supporting all bureaus of the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs: the National Institute of Justice, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, the Bureau of Justice Statistics, the Bureau of Justice Assistance, the Office for Victims of Crime, and the OJP Program Offices. It also supports the Office of National Drug Control Policy.
('Topics' near the bottom has the links.)

National Law Enforcement Memorial Home Page
Information, news, updates, history, tributes to fallen and present law officers, online nominations for Memorial, online search of Memorial for names and photos of fallen law officers.

OICJ: Office of International Criminal Justice
The Office of International Criminal Justice, Inc. (OICJ) is a nonprofit educational organization with offices in Illinois, Indiana, and Texas. OICJ offers you a global perspective on contemporary and historical criminal justice news and trends. Our publications, conferences, and travel programs bring together academics, criminal justice practitioners, journalists and the public.

Officer.com
In 1996 I obtained my first paid advertisers, and secured the domain name "Officer.com". Today Officer.Com is by far the most popular law enforcement web site in the world, at times receiving more than 9,000 individual visitors a day, and now averaging 1.5 Million pages served each month.

Oyez Oyez Oyez: US Supreme Court Multimedia Database
Comprehensive database on major constitutional cases heard by the United States Supreme Court, with multimedia resources including digital audio of oral arguments and delivery of the Court's opinion.

Police Stressline
Articles about Police Stress and stress in law enforcement professions.

policescanner.com - live police & fire broadcasts
A site devoted to Emergency Personnel and Buffs who enjoy listing to LIVE broadcasts of Fire and Police radio.

Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology
The Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology was established in 1962 by the Ministries of Justice in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. The purpose of the Council is to further criminological research within the member countries and advise the Scandinavian governments and the Council on issues related to criminology. The Council awards research and travel grants, arranges seminars, and publishes a journal in English (from the year 2000). The Council also publishes reports from its seminars and a newsletter three times per year in Scandinavian languages (paper and on-line availability).

Scarman Centre for the Study of Public Order (UK)
The Scarman Centre, University of Leicester, was established in 1987 to undertake research, teaching and professional training in the study of public disorder, crime and punishment, policing, crime prevention and security management, and associated fields. The work of the Centre is wide-ranging, taking public order issues to include the study of how order is sustained in societies as well as how, and in what circumstances, it may be challenged.

SEARCH - The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics
SEARCH is a nonprofit membership organization created by and for the states, dedicated to improving the criminal justice system.

Society for Police and Criminal Psychology
The Society for Police and Criminal Psychology is an eclectic organization that encourages the scientific study of the criminal justice system and the application of scientific knowledge to problems in criminal justice.

The British Journal of Criminology
The British Journal of Criminology is one of the most influential journals in its field in the English speaking language. It is widely consulted by academics and researchers in criminology, probation and social work, and by professionals concerned with law, criminal justice, and penology.

The Federal Judiciary
Clearing house for information on the Federal Judiciary: news and information, publications and directories, documents for public review, and answers to frequently asked questions.

The Forensic Panel
Expert testimony provided by the most respected collection of scientists and physicians ever assembed for the courts. Meeting the Daubert standard for peer review in psychiatry, psychology, and forensic sciences. Michael Welner, M.D. Chairman.

Trust for the Study of Adolescence (TSA) (UK)
The Trust for the Study of Adolescence, TSA, was founded in 1989 to create an organisation which would promote the study of adolescence, and work towards a wider understanding of this stage of human development. 1999 marked our 10th Anniversary.

Uniform Crime Reports - - County Level Data
Data collected by the United States Department of Justice - FBI.

United Nations Office for Drug and Crime
The UN Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention web site provides information on drug control and crime prevention. Specific topics include drug abuse and demand reduction; drug supply reduction; crime prevention and criminal justice; treaty and legal affairs, analysis and statistics; news and publications; and links to 22 ODCCP field offices.

University of Cambridge Institute of Criminology
The Institute of Criminology was founded by the University of Cambridge in 1959 with a generous donation from the Wolfson Foundation, and has developed a strong international reputation for academic excellence. Although the Institute is part of the Faculty of Law, it has a multi-disciplinary teaching and research staff recruited from sociology, psychiatry, psychology, history and other disciplines as well as from law.

US State Department - Travel Warnings & Consular Information Sheets
(You can select a letter for the country about which you'd like information or have travel safety information e - mailed directly to you.)
From the U. S. State Department.

Youth Justice Board (UK)
The Youth Justice Board for England and Wales will help rebuild communities and promote decent opportunities for all by preventing offending by children and young people.



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