Crime Links

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Access to Justice Network Canada (AJCnet) The ACJNet offers databases and discussion forums on justice and legal issues.
Annual Report on Organized Crime in Canada (1998) From the Criminal Intelligence Service of Canada comes a  report on all types of organized crimes and criminals.
Crime Scene Try your analytical skills and solve this case and mystery.
Criminal Justice at Florida State University Florida State has a very extensive criminology database.
Criminal Justice Links Various links to criminal justice sites from FSU (see above).
Crime Prevention Panels They bring together local Neighborhood Watch coordinators, teachers, local business people or community groups who use their expertise to deal with particular crime problems. Typical activities include fund-raising to pay for security devices for elderly people's homes or organizing a car window etching campaign.
Criminal Sociology The electronic text center has a lot of on-line papers.
Critical Criminology Articles from the American Society of Criminology are presented here.
Eliminating Trafficking in Asian Women This site concentrates on the  transportation of women for the sex trade in Asia and gives statistics..
Emergency Response and Research Institute This site offers news and information on military operations, counter-terrorism operations, hazardous materials operations, and offers "lessons on-line/distance learning program".
Environment & Organized Crime "EC Environmental law has existed for 25 years. More than 200 directives in the field of environment are today in force. However, there are still many cases of severe non- observance of Community environmental law. These trends of severe non-observance of environmental law show that the sanctions currently established by the Member States are not sufficient to achieve full compliance with Community law."
Gangbangers in Cyberspace As if law enforcement officers didn't already have enough to worry about, there is now a new hangout in cyberspace. It's for street gang members and gangbanger wannabes. Just what was needed -- a place for gang members to exchange ideas on how to improve drug sales, what's the best gun to use to shoot your business rivals and what's the best drugs to use in your spare time?
Gangsters! This site is dedicated to understanding the 'gentlemen' bandits in the USA and how they rose to power.
International Association for the Study of Organized Crime (IASOC) This group publishes the Journal: Criminal Organizations located at this site:
International Center for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC) Information on international crime prevention trends and examples of successful crime prevention strategies are key points of this site.
International Sexual Slavery "This article examines the trafficking of women from one country to another for forced prostitution. Each year, many women are kidnapped, sold to "pimps" in foreign countries, and forced into prostitution. Many others are lured into foreign countries with promises of high paying jobs, but are forced into prostitution once they arrive. These women become virtual sex slaves."
Justice Net JusticeNet is a networking tool and a library of information for organizations and individuals addressing prisons and related justice issues. Among many other services, JusticeNet provides complete internet access, including email, World Wide Web, and gopher. It distributes regular news, updates, alerts, and analysis about prison, police, and other justice issues. In addition, JusticeNet offers on-site training and equipment for grassroots organizations. There is a lot of information about crime, prison, and the criminal justice system.
NACJD The mission of the NACJD is as follows: "The central mission of NACJD is to facilitate and encourage research in the field of criminal justice through the preservation and sharing of data resources, and the provision of specialized training in quantitative analysis of crime and justice data." Other dissemination programs of the BJS include the Bureau of Justice Statistics Clearinghouse.
Nashville Police Victim Survey  Take a test here to determine your odds of becoming a victim. Based on a series of questions, the program at this site determines whether your lifestyle places you in danger of becoming a crime victim.
National Criminal Justice Research Center This site offers information on crime including statistics and current research.
National Victim Center "In 1996, there were 36.8 million victimizations of persons age 12 or older and living in the United States. (Ringel, Criminal Victimization 1996, Bureau of Justice Statistics, 1997)." This little studied area is brought to focus in this site which stands up for the rights of victims.
Organized Crime "There is an urgent need for research, policy development, law reform and education in the field of organized crime and corruption. Domestic challenges have been enhanced by globalization, which generates new opportunities but also creates new vulnerability to organized crime and corruption. Since organized criminals seek out countries known to have less effective regulatory and enforcement systems, any jurisdiction that does not have adequate defenses is at risk and may cause risk to other countries. As perhaps never before, the policies and enforcement capabilities of any one country have direct consequences globally."
Pavnet Online "Partnerships Against Violence Network is a "virtual library" of information about violence and youth-at-risk, representing data from seven different Federal agencies."
Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology These are reports published by the Council with information on criminological and sociological events from the University of Iceland.
Serial Killers "Serial killers tend to be white, heterosexual males in their     twenties and thirties who are sexually dysfunctional and have low self-esteem. Their methodical rampages are  almost always sexual in nature. Their killings are usually  part of an elaborate fantasy that builds to a climax at the  moment of their murderous outburst. Serial killers  generally murder strangers with cooling off periods  between each crime. Many enjoy cannibalism, necrophilia  and keep trophy-like body parts as mementos of their  work. Serial killers are sadistic in nature." This is a very disturbing page and I don't recommend it to all.
Sexual Assault Information Page Awareness and prevention material is well presented at this site which includes survivors and crisis pages.
Sheriff Brass' Crime Prevention Unit One can remove the ability to commit a crime by incarcerating, and one can remove the opportunity to commit a crime by target-hardening. If one can determine a noticeable drop in crime either through a noticeable change in UCR (Uniform Crime Reports) percentages, or through crime analysis conducted interdepartmentally, then one can be fairly certain that the crime rate has decreased.
Tune In, Log On, Drop Dead  
Tune In, Log On, Drop Dead This is an an Internet crime index but it's not for the weak hearted or serious researcher.