Law Enforcement

This guide is designed to point students to Library/LRC resources that support their program of study, and to provide links to a broad spectrum of related subject matter that will enhance their course work and help to make informed career choices.

Open Access Online Journals

Open Access Online Journals

No password is required to view these journals & articles online.

 

 

  • International Journal of Digital Evidence (IJDE)
    IJDE is a forum for the publication and discussion of theory, research, policy, and practice in the rapidly changing field of digital evidence. IJDE is supported by the Economic Crime Institute (ECI) at Utica College.

 

  • Journal of Economic Crime Management
    The Journal of Economic Crime Management (JECM) is an online forum for the discussion of theory, research, policy, and practice relating to economic crime and fraud management. The journal is structured to focus on five themes relevant to economic crime and fraud management: economic crime, including cybercrime; law and public policy; management; research and analytical methods; and technology, including fraud detection and prevention and security technologies.

 

  • Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology
    The Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology presents peer-reviewed reports and research findings covering the theory, practice and application of psychological principles in criminal justice, particularly law enforcement, courts, and corrections.

 

  • Law Enforcement Technology Magazine
    A monthly magazine concentrating primarily on the emerging trends in the field of law enforcement technology. Browse digital editions online.
  • National Institute of Corrections (NICIC) Documents Library
     
  • Open J-Gate
    Over 60 crime/law-related journals. Click on the + box next to "Social & Management Sciences," then the + box next to "Law," check the box next to "Crime, Criminology, and Law Enforcement," and click on submit.

 

  • The Canadian Review of Policing Research
    The Canadian Review of Policing Research (CRPR) is an all-new, annual publication established to serve Canada's policing community, including academics, researchers, and policy-makers interested in Canadian law-enforcement issues.

 

  • The Institute on Global Drug Policy and Practice
    The Journal of Global Drug Policy and Practice is an international journal with the goal of bridging the information gap on drug policy issues between the medical-scientific community, policymakers, practitioners and the lay public. Intended readership includes clinicians, clinical researchers, policymakers, prevention specialists and other persons interested in understanding drug policy issues or in providing drug policy recommendations.

 

  • The Police Chief Magazine
    PoliceChiefMagazine.org is the online version of the Police Chief magazine, official publication of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. The online version of the Police Chief magazine is possible through a grant from the IACP Foundation. The online version also contains Web-only items.

 

  • Utrecht Law Review
    The Utrecht Law Review (ULR) is an open-access peer-reviewed journal which aims to offer an international scientific platform for cross-border legal research. ULR is affiliated to the School of Law of Utrecht University.

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