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Criminal Justice

Databases Books & eBooks

Databases  Credo, EBSCO, Gale & ProQuest databases require login info and/or Arkansas residency.

ABI/INFORM Complete (ProQuest)

Academic Search Elite (EBSCO)

CREDO Reference

Criminal Justice (ProQuest)

eBook Academic Collection (EBSCO)

eBook Collection (EBSCO)

Encyclopedia of Drugs, Alcohol and Addictive Behavior (Gale)

Encyclopedia of Genocide & Crimes Against Humanity (Gale)

Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics (Gale)

Learning Express Library (EBSCO) This database requires setting up your own account and login information.

Legal Collection (EBSCO)

Military Collection (ProQuest)

Pew Research Center

ProQuest Central

Psychology (ProQuest)

Social Science (ProQuest)

Sociology (ProQuest)


More Databases

Books & eBooks These eBooks require EBSCO login info. Many more eBooks about criminal justice are available through the Library’s EBSCO and other databases.

    Adventures in criminal justice research data analysis using SPSS 15.0 and 16.0 for Windows. Los Angeles, CA;
                  London : SAGE, c2008.

    Constitutional law by John C. Klotter. Cincinnati, OH: Anderson Pub. Co., 1995.
                  Call number: KF9625 .K55 1995

    Crime scene investigation: crack the case with real-life experts. Pleasantville, NY: Reader’s Digest,
                 2004. Call number: HV8073 .C6927 2004

    Criminal justice edited by Phyllis B. Gerstenfeld. Pasadena, Calif.: Salem Press, 2006.
                 Call number: REF KF9214.5.C75 2006

    Criminal justice by Ursula Smartt. London; Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE, 2006.

    Criminal justice reform in Russia, Ukraine, and the former republics of the Soviet Union trial by jury and mixed courts
                by Nikolai Kovalev. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, c2010.

    Criminal and social justice by Dee Cook. London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE Publications, 2006.

    Criminal justice and the placement of abused children by Diane R. Martel. New York : LFB Scholarly Pub. LLC, 2005.

    Criminal law reform and transitional justice human rights perspectives for sudan by edited by Lutz Oette.Burlington,
                 VT: Ashgate, c2011.

    Deadhouse: life in a coroner’s office by John Temple. Call number: RA1022.U6 T46 2005

    Death and justice: an exposé of Oklahoma’s death row machine by Mark Fuhrman. New York: Morrow,
                 2003. Call number: HV9955.O5 F85 2003

    Death’s acre: inside the legendary forensic lab the Body Farm where the dead do tell
by William M. Bass. New York: Putnam, 2003. Call number: GN69.8 .B37 2003

    DNA and the criminal justice system the technology of justice edited by David Lazer. Cambridge, MA:
                MIT Press, c2004.

    Doing justice to mercy religion, law, and criminal justice edited by Jonathan Rothchild, Matthew Myer Boulton and
                 Kevin Jung. Charlottesville : University of Virginia Press, 2007.

    Ethics and Accountability in Criminal Justice Towards a Universal Standard. by Tim Prenzler. Bowen Hills: Australian
                 Academic Press, 2009.

    FBI handbook of crime scene forensics by Federal Bureau of Investigation
                 Call number: HV8073.F35 2008

    From social justice to criminal justice poverty and the administration of criminal law edited by William C. Heffernan and
                  John Kleinig. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000.

    Information technology and the criminal justice system edited by April Pattavina. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage
                  Publications, c2005.

    Juries and the transformation of criminal justice in France in the nineteenth & twentieth centuries by James M.
                  Donovan. Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Press, c2010.

    Law without justice why criminal law doesn’t give people what they deserve by Paul H. Robinson.
                   Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2006.

    Measurement problems in criminal justice research workshop summary by John V. Pepper and Carol V. Petrie
                 Committee on Law and Justice and Committee on National Statistics, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences
                 and Education, National Research Council of the National Academies. Washington, D.C. : National
                 Academies Press, c2003.

    Opportunities in law enforcement and criminal justice careers by James D. Stinchcomb. Chicago: VGM
                 Career Books, 2003. Call number: HV8143 .S86 2003

    Public policy: crime and criminal justice by Barry W. Hancock. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall,
                 1997. Call number: HV9950 .H38 1997

    Understanding modernisation in criminal justice by Paul Senior. Maidenhead, England; New York: McGraw Hill/Open
                 University Press, 2007.

    Understanding public attitudes to criminal justice by Julian V. Roberts. Maidenhead, Berkshire; New York: Open
                 University Press, 2005.

    Understanding risk in criminal justice by Hazel Kemshall. Berkshire Philadelphia, PA: Open University Press, 2003.

    Uniform crime reports for the United States. Washington : Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Dept. of
                 Justice: U.S. G.P.O., 1930-1998. Call number: HV6787 .A3

    The wrong men: America’s epidemic of wrongful death row convictions by Stanley Cohen. New York:
                 Carroll & Graf Publishers, 2003. Call number: HV8698 .C64 2003