The Forensic Science guide is useful for Chemistry, Biology or Criminal Justice majors and topics covering the various forensic techniques or scientific principles used in criminal investigations. Find suggested sources to get you started in your research plus explore the archived records of the agency that became the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The Juvenile Justice guide introduces users to a variety of information sources related to capital punishment, child welfare, civil rights, corrections, juvenile delinquency, prisons, recidivism, rehabilitation and other related topics. You will find both national & state statistics and a variety of multimedia titles.
Use the Criminal Justice guide to find suggestions to a variety of information sources useful for topics related to criminal justice. You will find access to the archived records of the agency that became the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Bureau of Justice Statistics, Death Penalty Information Center and multiple multimedia resources.
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Charts, data, numbers, statistics oh my! Start with the Statistical Resources for Assignments! guide to find statistics in areas such as education, health, crime/justice, population studies, or business/economics. The guide includes access to web resources, book titles, federal and state level data, agencies, non-profits, and more. In addition to suggested information sources, we provide access to the Statistical Abstract of the United States which offers a comprehensive summary of statistics on the social, political, and economic organization of the United States.