Tools

black Image of scales on white background with the words, "calibrate the scales" overlaid. As with any set of scales, the scales of justice must, from time to time, be recalibrated. Total balance is never achieved, but all in the criminal justice and legal systems must strive for it as much as possible.

No serious study of Criminal Justice and Law is complete without the aid of various tools for locating useful criminal justice and law information. The goal of this set of pages is to provide an ever-growing list of such valuable tools. Naturally, no such list could ever be comprehensive for the tools available to students of Crime, Justice, and Law continue to grow and change daily. But through these pages, it is hoped that anyone with an interest in the topic may easily locate useful tools and websites.

These pages are presented such that one may easily locate what is desired and if unable to do so, ask a question in the forums or simply start or join a conversation.

Perhaps you would like to find a job in the Criminal Justice System, then head over to the Jobs pages and browse according to location or job type.

If you would like to do very specific research into a particular aspect of the Criminal Justice field, you may want to go to the provided Amazon Store where you will find all the latest books.

Or check out the links section where you can locate useful Government resources, research documents, and schools.

Perhaps you need specific tools for performing work in the field of Criminal Justice and Law, then head over to the Resources (Links) section where you will find an assortment of physical tools, study courses, and miscellaneous useful (even fun) items.

Finally, we know that many people either directly involved in the field of criminal justice or indirectly holding an interest in the field do so out of love for justice and their fellow man. This is why we have recently added a section whereby you can help out. We are getting involved with various organizations to act as a middleman for helping collect donations to their cause. If you would like to help out in this way, visit Help Out and you can make a donation to any cause or organization you would like.

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