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HV is the letter subclass assigned by the Library of Congress classification system for books and other resources in Criminal Justice.
The Library Catalog is an index to the library’s books and audiovisual materials. You may search the catalog from any computer with Internet access. The online card catalog can be searched in a variety of ways most notability by TITLE, AUTHOR, SUBJECT, and KEYWORD.
Criminal Justice Careers
The Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook gives a description of what sociologists do, where they work, and how to become one. Includes salary and job outlook information.
BJA supports law enforcement, courts, corrections, treatment, victim services, technology, and prevention initiatives that strengthen the nation’s criminal justice system. BJA provides leadership, services, and funding to America’s communities.
Official government source for statistics on the justice system, including crime and victims, drugs and crime, criminal offenders, law enforcement, prosecution, courts and sentencing, corrections, etc.
Analysis and information on issues regarding death penalty with links to problems on cost, racial disparity, trends in capital punishment, executions and individual state information.
Information collected from approximately 17,000 local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies. Characteristics, elements, volume, diversity and complexity of reported crime.
Thousands of crime cases have been solved with the use of DNA which has revolutionized forensic science and the ability of law enforcement to match perpetrators with crime scenes.