It is impossible for one library to hold all the information you need, but there are a number of ways that you can access other resources:
The Library has a huge range of print and Ebook titles to meet your needs.
Print books can be a great place to start your research, but remember that demand can be high, so you'll need to plan in advance.
Ebooks are a quick and easy way to access material. They are available on or off-campus and can be used 24 hours a day. If you own a tablet device, these books can be viewed easily wherever you have a connection to the internet. These titles also allow limited printing.
YouTube video guides: Ebook Central
Accessibility Guide: Ebook Central e-books
Quick Start guide to our Ebook Central collection: Ebook Central Quick Start Guide
You can access our print and Ebook collections through the Library Search.
Community policing 363.23
Crime and Media 364.254
Crime Prevention 364.4
Criminal Law 345
Criminal Psychology 364.3
Criminology: Research 364.072
Drugs and crime 364.177
English Legal System 347.00942
Forensic Psychology 364.3 & 614.15
Human rights 323
Prison system 365
Restorative Justice 364.68
Security Studies 327.116
Social psychology 302
Substance Abuse 362.29
Terrorism 303.625 and 363.325
Youth Crime 364.36