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Books about criminology and criminal justice can be found in two main ways: by searching the online FSU Library Catalog and by browsing the Libraries' collection.
When searching the online catalog, a basic search will let you search by keyword, title, author, subject or call number. An advanced search will let you search by a combination of these fields, as well as by format, language, location, and date.
The following Library of Congress classifications may be useful when browsing the shelves at Strozier Library for additional materials on criminology and criminal justice. The majority of the 'HV's (Social Pathology, Social and Public Welfare, and Criminology) and 'K's' (Law) are on the fourth floor. Additional materials (such as government documents, micromaterials, media, and reference books) may be found on the ground floor. You should also check out the link on this page for the FSU College of Law Research Center for more information.
Some materials may be located here. For more information about the center and its hours, click on the link above. For directions, click here.
See the new arrivals!
CRC Series in Practical Aspects of Criminal and Forensic Investigations-- Search the FSU Libraries catalog for the series and find titles available in print and electronically on topics such as:
Footwear impression evidence
Bloodstain Pattern Analysis