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The Justice Project     View
The Justice Project is a "nonpartisan organization [of veterans] dedicated to fighting injustice and to creating a more humane and just world." The site includes information on the organization's current programs involving criminal justice ...

National Criminal Justice Association     View
"The National Criminal Justice Association (NCJA) is the Washington, D. C.-based special interest group that represents state, tribal and local governments on crime prevention and crime control issues."

Criminal Justice Statistics Center (California)     View
Several thousand tables include statistics on homicide, burglary, domestic violence, delinquency, hate, and driving under the influence (DUI). Also has information on arrests, arrest dispositions, corrections populations, and criminal justice personn ...

The Sentencing Project     View
This organization is "an independent source of criminal justice policy analysis, data and program information for the public and policy-makers [which has] become a national leader in the development of alternative sentencing programs and in the refor ...

Anatomy of a Murder: A Trip Through Our Nation's Legal Justice System     View
Learn about the U.S. justice system by following a murder case from the discovery of the body through the trial of the accused. Features summaries of nearly thirty landmark Supreme Court cases, concerning subjects such as search and seizure, right to ...

Innocence Project     View
This nonprofit legal clinic "only handles cases where postconviction DNA testing of evidence can yield conclusive proof of innocence." The site has information on cases and causes of wrongful convictions, legislative trends, and DNA testing ...

Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics Online     View
Presents "data from more than 100 sources about many aspects of criminal justice in the United States. These data are displayed in over 600 tables." Includes characteristics of the criminal justice system, public attitudes toward crime and ...

Building Blocks for Youth     View
Informative site on issues relating to juvenile crime and justice. Building Blocks for Youth is a group of children's advocates, law enforcement officials, and others dedicated to protecting and advocating for minority youths involved in the justice ...

National Archive of Criminal Justice Data     View
The NACJD specializes in quantitative analysis of crime and justice data and this Web site provides free access to hundreds of downloadable criminal justice data collections for research and instruction. It also provides data resource guides on a wid ...

DataCenter Research Tools: Web Resources     View
Annotated collections of links are provided for company information, corporate responsibility, government information, money and politics, labor, environment, prison and criminal justice, welfare and economic rights, alternative politics and progress ...



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