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Tag Archives: Online Journals
As GSU counts down to its inaugural football season, the following GSU University Library resources might come in handy for beefing up your football knowledge and for exploring the social significance of football in American society: College Football: History, Spectacle, … Continue reading
The lead article in “NIJ Journal No. 262” examines the underground criminal industry of sex trafficking and identifies promising practices for recognizing victims and investigating these cases. Additional articles address how fatigue affects public safety officers, protection of America’s ports, … Continue reading
The March issue features information on the COPS Hiring Recovery Program. Other articles relate to a California police department’s approach to its community’s foreclosure crisis, the role of mediation in police-citizen disputes, and the COPS Office Child Sexual Predator Program.
The current issue is now available and examines how police can use geographic information systems and statistical analysis to create police districts that balance officer workloads and allocate resources more efficiently. Other articles cover tactical deployment, redistricting, and NIJ’s Geography and … Continue reading
This issue discusses new additions to database fields, expansion of coverage of neuroscience journals, and a new database for tests and measures. In addition, the Librarian’s Resource Center is featured. This site supplies Search Guides for Vendor Platforms, Presentations, Applications, Tutorials, and more.
This issue includes a recap of the 2007 COPS Technology Program Advanced Training Program and articles on the implementation of foot patrols and parellels between community policing and community courts.