A comprehensive library of resources and lectures in crime, justice, criminology, and law.
Seeks to bring into clear focus the racial, economic and political biases active in U.S. courts, prisons, jails and policing agencies, and to expand public opposition to the death penalty.
Information about the effects of a criminal record on such matters as voting rights, employment, pensions, and ability to obtain a license.
Links to information on financial scandals, bank frauds, money laundering, corruption, scams, and organized crime.
Gives a voice to criminal justice practitioners, academicians, students, crime victims, and interested citizens, covering police, courts, corrections, victims, crime causation, and the death penalty.
A collection of articles on crime from the Atlantic Monthly.
Information about the center, with resources and details of current projects, as well as information about the 2001 Ron Wiebe Memorial Lecture and Dialogue on Restorative Justice.
Not-for-profit agency devoted to raising awareness about criminal justice and crime prevention. Resource links and sale of educational products.
Avocacy and education to reduce violence with a focus on public education, victims rights and the justice system.
CJPF provides information to policy makers and the public to promote innovative ideas about criminal justice issues, including sentencing, drug policy, and police policy.