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Criminology & Criminal Justice


IMPORTANT! -- Books labeled "Ref" are located on "Reference" sections of shelving on the upstairs floors where the books' call numbers are located.  For example, books labeled "Ref. E" and "Ref. HV" are shelved on Level 2 because that's where the other items with those call numbers are shelved.  The Reference shelving sections are located at the beginning of the call number sequence on each floor.  While these books reside in the stack areas, they remain "library use only."
TIP: Online sources can be searched through their source database (i.e., GVRL, EBSCO, Sage).  However, conducting a title search in the SLU Libraries Catalog is a more direct approach.
Ackerman, T. H. (2010).  FBI careers: The ultimate guide to landing a job as one of America's finest (3rd ed.). Indianapolis, IN: Jist Works.
            ONLINE (EBSCOhost)
Anderson, J. F., Mangels, N. J., & Dyson, L. (2003). Criminal justice and criminology: A career guide to local, state, federal and academic positions. Dallas, TX: University Press of America.
            HV 9950 .A54 2003
Echaore-McDavid, S. (2007). Career opportunities in law and the legal industry (2nd ed.).  New York: Ferguson.
            KF 297 .E245 2007
Echaore-McDavid, S. (2006). Career opportunities in law enforcement, security, and protective services (2nd ed.). New York: Ferguson.
            HV 8143 .E34 2006
Lambert, S., & Regan, D. (2001). Great jobs for criminal justice majors. Chicago: VGM Career Books.
            ONLINE (EBSCOhost) and HV 8143 .L335 2001
Sheridan, M. J., & Rainville, R. R. (2016). Exploring and understanding careers in criminal justice: A comprehensive guide. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield.
            HV 9950 .S545 2016
Stinchcomb, J. (2003). Opportunities in law enforcement and criminal justice careers (rev. ed.). Chicago: VGM Career Books.
            HV 8143 .S86 2003
Warner, J., & Sweatman, B. (2002). Federal jobs in law enforcement (2nd ed.). Lawrenceville, NJ: ARCO/Thomson Learning.
            HV 8143 .W347 2003

Career-Related Websites
          Compiled by ASIS International (formerly the American Society for International Security).
             "Criminal Justice" is part of a series of career guides developed by Career Services at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. 
   Access restricted to SLU via this web page:
Compiled by the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.  Includes links to standard resources
including the Occupational Outlook Handbook and Career Outlook.
O*Net OnLine (Occupational Information Network)
            This interactive database, developed for the U.S. Department of Labor by the National O*NET Consortium, includes
            information on skills, abilities, knowledges, work activities, and interests associated with over 1,000 occupations.  A
            complementary resource is the O*NET-SOC Taxonomy, which defines occupations and is searchable.