Criminal Justice Digital Library - Electronic Publications
"...is an innovative, issue-based approach for engaging high school students in informed political discourse. The web site uses audio from the Justice Talking radio show and articles from The New York Times to teach students about reasoned debate and the often-conflicting values inherent in our democracy. The web site includes articles, editorials and oral debate from the nation's finest journalists and advocates."
- A Collaboration of NPR's Justice Talking and The New York Times Learning Network.
Law and Contemporary Problems
Duke University School of Law
National Archive of Criminal Justice Data
"...is a special topic archive of the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) at the University of Michigan. NACJD acquires, archives, processes, and provides access to electronic criminal justice data collections for research and instruction. The NACJD Web site provides downloadable access to hundreds of criminal justice data collections free of charge."
Scientific Testimony - An Online Journal (ejournal)
"...publishes articles, news reports and commentary about the use of scientific evidence in legal proceedings. It also offers an archive of information useful to lawyers, forensic scientists and expert witnesses."
Edited and published by faculty and students of the Department of Criminology, Law & Society, University of California, Irvine.
Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics
"...brings together data from more than 100 sources about all aspects of criminal justice in the United States, which are displayed in over 600 tables."
Bureau of Justice Statistics
"Our goal is to keep you up to date with technologies currently being developed by the NLECTC system, as well as other research and development efforts within the Federal Government and private industry."
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