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USEFUL LINKS

On this page you will find links to other websites which may be of interest to you.
Please note, the IJC takes no responsibilty for the content of any of the sites listed below.

Educational Institutions
University of Cambridge, Institute of Criminology
University of Delaware Library
Sheffield University Centre for Criminological Research
Michigan State University Libraries
King's College, London, School of Law
University of Oxford, Centre for Criminological Research
University of Leicester Department of Criminology (formerly The Scarman Centre)
CrimNet
University of Sindh Jamshor, Pakistan, Department of Criminology
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey: Forensic Psychiatry Resources
Nottingham Trent University - BA (Hons) Criminology
Nottingham Trent University - Centre for Study and Reduction of Hate Crimes, Bias and Prejudice
University At Albany: Criminal Statistic

Governmental Organisations
Crime Reduction Website (UK)
Federal Bureau of Investigation

National & International Organisations
Interpol
Europol
United Nations Crime and Justice Information Network
The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies (CCJS)
NACRO
The European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control
British Society of Criminology
Australian Institute of Criminology
British Journal of Criminolgy
The International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC)
Crime Reduction Unit
National Criminal Justice Reference Service
United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI)

Other Criminology Resources
AcademicInfo - criminal justice degree information and subject resources
Willan Publishing - independent publishers specializing in law, criminology, criminal justice, policing and forensic psychology.
Weblaw - Australian Legal Resources 'Subject Gateway'
Social Sciences Resources by Online PhD
Oxford University Press (Law & Legal Publishing)
UK Criminal Justice Weblog
National Criminal Justice Reference Service
International Victimology Website
Criminal Cases: Serial Killers
How to Become a Bounty Hunter
Global Criminology

NEWS

IJC - OPEN PEER REVIEW


Following a successful trial of the new approach, the IJC is moving to an open peer review process. The process involves publishing the reviewers names, affiliations and comments at the bottom of the reviewed article. There are several reasons for adopting this approach and the pros and cons of open versus anonymous/blind peer review can be found in many papers and discussions on the Internet.

To read more about the open peer review process Click here

STUDENT RESOURCE:
REFERENCING GUIDE

The IJC is pleased to announce the publication of an updated Referencing Guide for students.
Compiled by Natasha Chubbuck, Senior Lecturer at the School of Social Sciences, Nottingham Trent University, this referencing guide provides an invaluable resource for all students. Chubbuck details the intricacies and complexities of referencing in a straightforward and concise format, providing the only referencing guide students will need.

To download Click here

MASTERS & UNDERGRADUATE DISSERTATIONS

The IJC publishes Masters and first class undergraduate dissertations.
It should be noted that these papers are NOT peer reviewed. Papers on the following subjects will be considered: crime or deviance from disciplines of criminology, psychology, social policy, criminal justice, policing, and sociology. History or law papers will be considered.
To submit an article, please email the IJC Chief Editor: Mike Sutton
Please ensure your submission is accompanied by your supervisor's contact details so the IJC can verify your work.

All articles published on the IJC are now free access.
No costs will be incurred for downloading any article published in the IJC.

Adobe Acrobat Reader To open any of the articles you will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. If you do not have this programme, you can download it free of charge by visiting the Adobe website


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