Welcome to the My Subject page for Criminology.
This page highlights some of the key resources available to you.
There are separate pages for:
Index and abstract of general social science journals. Useful for multidisciplinary research.
- Criminal Justice Abstracts:
Index and abstract of key criminology journals.
Index and abstract of key psychology journals. Useful for clinical criminology.
- Sociological Abstracts:
Index and abstract of key sociology journals
- Westlaw UK:
Legal research database with legislation and case law, and the Legal Journals Index.
Criminology is in the 364s on Floor 1 in the Blue Zoneof the David Wilson Library.
- 343s: Criminal Law
(Floor 2 Blue Zone)
- 364s: Criminology
(Floor 1 Blue Zone)
- 365s: Penology (Prisons)
(Floor 1 Blue Zone)
- Criminal Corpses:
An online exhibition uncovering the bodies of executed criminals in the 18th and 19th century.
- Google Scholar:
Index and citations to academic journal articles and conference papers.
Index and citations to 14,000+ journals across the arts and humanities, social sciences, science and medicine.
- Web of Science Core Collection:
Index and citations to 1,700+ social science journals via the Social Science Citation Index. - including citation statistics
European Union's law enforcement agency, assisting member states fight serious international crime and terrorism.
- Federal Bureau of Investigation:
USA's national security and law enforcement agency (FBI).
- Home Office:
UK government department responsible crime, policing, counter-terrorism and immigration.
International police organisation, with 190 member countries. Facilitates cross-border police cooperation.
- Leicestershire Police:
Local police service for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
- National Crime Agency:
Non-ministerial government department fighting serious crime in the UK including border, cyber, economic, organised and sex crimes.
- National Police Library
National collection at the College of Policing. Membership is available to police officers and staff, while non-police researchers can contact the library.
- Police Federation:
Association representing the interests of all police constables, sergeants and inspectors in the UK.