Criminal Justice Abstracts includes bibliographic records covering essential areas related to criminal justice and criminology from around the world.
Subject areas covered include: criminology; criminal justice; criminal law and procedure; corrections and prisons; police and policing; criminal investigation; forensic sciences and investigation; history of crime; substance abuse and addiction; probation and parole.
A curated collection of peer-reviewed, high-quality scholarly journals published worldwide (including Open Access journals) in science, social sciences, and humanities disciplines. Conference proceedings and book data are also available.
Online legal research database that provides access to case law, state and federal statutes, administrative codes, newspaper and magazine articles, public records, law journals, law reviews, treatises, legal forms and other information resources.
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Excellent "pro/con" analysis of key social, economic, and policy issues. Weekly issues cover a new topic in a 20-30 page report, including a history of the issue, the current debate with likely outcomes, and a bibliography of key sources.