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Criminal Justice Resources: Find Books

How to find books, articles, and other resources related to the study of Criminal Justice.

Anna Maria College Library Catalog

To find a specific book or to find a book on a specific topic, your best bet is to start first with our library resources.  Then work your way out, electronically and geographically.  Here are the steps and links to follow.  At each level, you can log in with your library card and make an electronic request.

 

  1. Search the Mondor-Eagen Library catalog.
  2. If we don't have what you need, expand your search to include all of the C/W MARS libraries in Central Massachusetts.

If you still cannot find the material, try searching for it on WorldCat Discovery OR submit an interlibrary loan request to us.  

Reference Books

Don't forget to check our Reference section!  It's the first set of shelves you see when you walk into the library.  Here you will find dictionaries and encyclopedias relevant to your area of study.  If you need help in your search, please feel free to ask.

Finding Criminal Justice Books in our Library

We use the Library of Congress classification system of organizing books.

Books that specialize in the field of ciminology have call numbers that begin with the letters HV.  This section is located on the main floor of the library, in the first series of shelves behind the reference section.

Here is a breakdown of the Criminology portion of the HV schedule:

HV6001-HV7220.5 Criminology
  HV6001 Criminal Justice theses by AMC students
  HV6035-HV6197 Criminal anthropology
  HV6250-HV6250.4   Victims of crimes
  HV6251-HV6773 Crimes and offenses
  HV6430-HV6433 Terrorism
  HV6432.7 Sept. 11, 2001 attacks
  HV6774-HV7220 Crimes and criminal classes
HV7231-HV9960 Criminal Justice administration
  HV7431 Crime prevention
  HV7435-HV7439 Gun control
  HV7551-HV8280 Police, detectives
  HV8144.F43 Federal Bureau of Investigation
HV8301-HV9920 Prisons, corrections
  HV9051-HV9230 Juvenile offenders

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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