General materials in Criminology are shelved together in the HV section of the Library of Congress classification system. To assist you in browsing the library collection, the following provides a further breakdown:
|5800-5840||Drug Habits, Drug Abuse|
|6250-6250.4||Victims of Crimes|
|6251-6773.55||Crimes and Offenses|
|7231-9960||Criminal Justice Administration|
|7431||Prevention of Crime|
|8073-8079.35||Investigation of Crimes|
the provincial ministry responsible for delivering public safety services in British Columbia.
a guide for non-legal professionals in BC to learn where to direct clients when legal problems occur.
regulatory body for lawyers in B.C. that sets ethical standards, investigates misconduct, and resolves complaints.
agency mandated to keep Canadians safe from risks such as natural disasters, crime, and terrorism.
summaries of important publications from the University of Toronto's Centre for Criminology & Sociolegal Studies
federal department responsible for oversight of the Canadian justice system.
manages institutions of various security levels, and supervises offenders under conditional release in the community.
primary function of the Office is to investigate and bring resolution to individual offender complaints.
reports, research, and publications produced by Canada's federal and national police force.
research guides on many topics maintained by this well-known US program at the City University of New York.
UNICRI's mission is to advance justice, crime prevention, security and the rule of law in support of peace, human rights and sustainable development.
lists bibliographies on many criminal justice topics.