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Criminal Justice: Websites

1. Federal Sites -- Main List

The internet can be an excellent source of criminal justice information, mostly because criminal justice is usually a function of governments which are required to share their information. Here are some sites to get you started. It's by no means a complete list. If you know of other sites that you think would be helpful, please let me know.

Click on the to see additional information about some of these sites.

3. Federal Sites -- U. S. Department of Justice (USDOJ) (continued)

4. Federal Sites -- U. S. Department of Homeland Security (USDOHS) (continued)

Several organizations exist to support the welfare of the law enforcement and criminal justice communities, as well as crime victims and offenders. A few are listed here, along with what they are about, in their own words. Click on the to see additional information about some of these sites.

There are several publications put out by criminal justice agencies that provide useful statistics and other information about crime and justice, both nationally and locally. Some sites you may want to visit are listed below. Click on the to see additional information about some of these sites.

Many of the links and resources listed in this section were compiled by Jeremy Darrington, Politics Librarian at Princeton University Library, https://libguides.princeton.edu/prf.php?account_id=231.