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FBI Handbook of Forensic Services

FBI Handbook of Forensic Services

“Provides guidance and procedures for safe and efficient methods of collecting, preserving, packaging, and shipping evidence and describes the forensic examinations performed by the FBI’s Laboratory Division and Operational Technology Division.”
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science–Law Enforcement; Social Sciences–Social Issues And Social Welfare–Crime

The Trademark Blog

The Trademark Blog

Blog from Martin Schwimmer, a lawyer who has represented some of the most famous trademarks in the world. Cases and legal news regarding trademark law are covered/discussed.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs

Crime and Clues

Crime and Clues

Maintained by a Crime Scene Technician, provides news and links to all aspects of “The Art and Science of Criminal Investigation,” including different types of evidence and investigations.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs; Social Sciences–Social Issues And Social Welfare–Crime; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs

Alcatraz: The Warden Johnston Years

Alcatraz: The Warden Johnston Years

Resource on the infamous American prison, Alcatraz. Site hosts a wealth of information including a detailed timeline, searchable database of prisoners, and a collection of maps.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science–Law Enforcement; Arts & Humanities–History–History By Topic–History Of Law, Government & Political Science

Groklaw

Groklaw

Pamela Jones, editor of this blog, is a journalist with paralegal background who fell into learning IT and then fell in love with it and with open source software. When SCO, the makers of Unix, filed its lawsuit against GNU\Linux, Jones began to follow all the developments of the case. Now, the blog is a detailed reference resource covering this on …
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs

Elder Law Prof Blog

Elder Law Prof Blog

From the “Web Profile” page: “Professor Kim Dayton is a nationally-known expert in the field of elder law. She is a co-author of Advising the Elderly Client…and Elder Law: Readings, Cases, and Materials…She founded the Kansas Elder Law Network, a web-based compendium of resources on elder law, in 1995. In 2003, KELN was renamed the National Eld …
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs

SCOTUSBlog

SCOTUSBlog

Blog from Goldstein & Howe, P.C., the only law firm in the United States that is principally devoted Supreme Court litigations. Provides expert analysis of recent federal and supreme court cases (SCOTUS being, of course, the Supreme Court Of The United States).
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science–Government–US Federal Government–Judicial Branch (Courts); Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs

Sports Law Blog

Sports Law Blog

Two law professors and other sports fans discuss sports from a legal perspective–“All things legal relating to the sports world.” The site also maintains a quality index of links to sports and legal blogs.
Subject: Entertainment & Leisure Blogs–Sports Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs; Entertainment & Leisure Blogs–Sports Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs

Cyber Tip Line

Cyber Tip Line

Provides a place for people to submit information on online sexual predators to the NAtional Center for Missing and Exploited Children. A reporting mechanism for cases of child sexual exploitation.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science–Law Enforcement; Social Sciences–Social Issues And Social Welfare–Crime; Health And Sexuality–Abuse And Exploitation

Lessig Blog

Lessig Blog

A blog maintained by Lawrence Lessig, author of “Code and other laws of cyberspace,” and professor at Stanford Law School. Lessig frequently argues that Intellectual Property (IP) law does more to stifle creativity than digital piracy (e.g. old Napster, P2P file sharing, bootleg DVDs) does.
Subject: Arts & Humanities–Libraries–Issues–Copyright; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs

Uniform Crime Reports

Uniform Crime Reports

“The Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program was conceived in 1929 by the International Association of Chiefs of Police to meet a need for reliable, uniform crime statistics for the nation. Several annual statistical publications, such as the comprehensive Crime in the United States , are produced from …
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science–Law Enforcement; Law, Government & Political Science–Government–Statistics

BBC – Crime – Case Closed

BBC – Crime – Case Closed

Gathers profiles of infamous crimes and criminals and shows how forensic science helped to solve crimes. Profiles such criminals as Jeffrey Dalmer, John Wayne Gacy, Charles Manson, and Son of Sam, and cases like the Great Train Robbery, Watergate, and the Millennium Dome Heist.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science–Law Enforcement; Social Sciences–Social Issues And Social Welfare–Crime

Justice Information Center of the NCJRS

Justice Information Center of the NCJRS

This site is a service of the National Criminal Justice Reference Service. It has information on corrections, courts, crime prevention, criminal justice statistics, drugs and crime, international justice issues, justice grants, juvenile justice, law enforcement, research and evaluation, and resources for crime victims. The site is searchable, and …
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science–Law Enforcement; Social Sciences–Social Issues And Social Welfare–Crime

Bureau of Justice Statistics

Bureau of Justice Statistics

Searchable collection of US Bureau of Justice Statistics publications, dealing with such topics as crime, drugs, violence, law enforcement, firearms, and criminal record systems.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science–Law Enforcement; Social Sciences–Social Issues And Social Welfare–Crime; Law, Government & Political Science–Government–Statistics

The Crime Library

The Crime Library

Easy to read, fact-based narratives about well-known crimes and criminals throughout history. Includes crime stories and stories about gangsters, outlaws, gunmen, serial killers, terrorists, spies, and assassins, as well stories of people who were wrongly charged and punished for crimes. Famous police officers are also included, as well as inform …
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science–Law Enforcement; Social Sciences–Social Issues And Social Welfare–Crime

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Federal Bureau of Investigation

FBI home page. Includes FBI facts and figures, history, crime alerts, crime statistics, reports on major investigations, more.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science–Law Enforcement; Social Sciences–Social Issues And Social Welfare–Crime; Law, Government & Political Science–Government–US Federal Government–Executive Branch