Although resources dealing with criminal justice can be found throughout the collections, call numbers HV and Z5703 focus specifically on criminal justice. Browse these locations in Honnold/Mudd to find a variety of interesting resources. Find other electronic resources by searching inWMS and limiting to electronic.
Dictionary of Criminal Justice, by George E. Rush. 2000, 5th edition.
Includes summaries of Supreme Court cases affecting criminal justice.
Hon Ref HV 7411 R87 2000
A dictionary of law enforcement, by Graham Gooch, Michael Williams. 2007.
The only dictionary available that focuses on UK law enforcement terms, A Dictionary of Law Enforcement contains over 3,400 entries covering law, accountancy, insurance, shipping, commerce and trade, pathology, forensic medicine, criminology, and psychology.
Encyclopedia of American Crime, 2nd ed, by Carl Sifakis.
Highly selective work that attempts to cover the full gamut of crime in America.� Includes people, crimes and issues.
Hon Ref Fol HV 6789 S54 2001 v1-2
Encyclopedia of American Prisons, edited by Marilyn D. McShane.
Detailed articles dealing with issues in prisons, including biographies, history of corrections and legal issues.
Hon Ref HV 9471 E425 1996
Prisons and prisonsystems: a global encyclopediaby Mitchel P. Roth. 2006 This book is dedicated to offering the most current research on the prison systems of the world, past and present, as well as reference materials on famous and important prisons, prison reformers, famous prisoners, and prison architecture and architects.
Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice, 2nd ed, edited by Joshua Dressler. 2002
Provides thorough background information on criminal justice concepts, institutions and history.
Encyclopedia of law enforcement, Larry Sullivan, editor-in-chief. 2005 This three-volume Encyclopedia of Law Enforcement provides a comprehensive, critical, and descriptive examination of all facets of law enforcement on the state and local, federal and national, and international stages.
Encyclopedia of street crime in America, Jeffrey Ian Ross, editor. 2013 Focuses primarily on urban lifestyle and its associated crimes, ranging from burglary to drug peddling to murder to new, more sophisticated forms of street crime and scams.
International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences: Online access to the 26 volume print encyclopedia (Hon Ref H41 I58 2001). Provides scholarly articles covering topics in anthropology, economics, political science, psychology, sociology, archaeology, demography, education, geography, history, law, linguistics, and philosophy. It also includes selected articles in the areas of evolution, genetics, neuroscience, psychiatry, health, gender, religion, technology, and area studies. Includes over 4,500 signed articles contributed by 3,842 scholars from 51 countries. Each entry includes a bibliography that cites books, articles and websites, with emphasis on sources from the last 25 years. Linked "see also" references lead researchers to related articles and provide context and breadth to the research process.