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.

Law Enforcement Websites

Law Enforcement Training

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  • Federal Training Database
    Training and technical assistance is available to provide the criminal justice field with practical or specialized knowledge.

     

  • Police Driving International
    Information about law enforcement driver training and police pursuits. Articles, news, training announcements, & policy announcements.

Georgia Law Enforcement Associations

National & International Law Enforcement Associations

Criminal Justice Blogs, Podcasts, & Online Videos & Tutorials

  • Criminal Justice Blog List
    An extensive list of law enforcement-related blogs organized by subject area: Police, International Police, Forensic, Criminology, & more.
  • Masters in Criminal Justice
    Top 50 Constitutional Law Blogs
  • U.S. Department of Justice
    U.S. Justice news, blog, featured resources including crime statistics, FBI assessments, & The Uniform Crime Report, as well as the latest US Justice policies.
  • Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
    Government Law Enforcement Training Center
  • CopCAST.net
    A podcast for cops, by cops. Join the host Rich Schumaker and his friends as current news & a variety of criminal justice issues are discussed. Includes archived podcasts that go back to 2005.
  • Officer.com
    Blog from Officers

Crime Statistics & Research

        U.S. Justice news, blog, featured resources including crime statistics, FBI assessments, & The Uniform Crime Report,            as well as the latest US Justice policies.


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