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DATABASES
CQ Researcher
Database of monthly research reports From CQ Press with a Complete 2003 issue titled “Serial Killers”.

ABC CLIO- ISSUES
Databases of Issues Concerning Society that contains multiple articles on Serial Killers including
Overview; Facts and Figures; Timelines; Profiles of historical and recent individuals.

ABC –CLIO – POP CULTURE
Database with articles on serial killers in US Popular Culture

GALE- OPPOSING VIEWPOINTS
Select Opposing Viewpoints
Database on Today’s Hottest Social Issues includes multiple articles from magazines, newspapers and
books on Serial Killers

PROQUEST- SIRS RESEARCHER
Click on Sirs Knowledge Source
This Database selects the Best content from magazines and newspapers about the topic

H.W. Wilson- OMNIFILE FULLTEXT
Click Omni File Fulltext Select to retrieve only full text of numerous magazine files



Web Sites
    1. Crime and Justice News
       http://thecrimereport.org/
       A Web site maintained by Criminal Justice Journalists; posts new and archived articles.

    2. Crime Library from TruTV
       www.crimelibrary.com
       A Court TV Web site that posts biographies of past and present             serial   killers and
       interviews with investigators.
3. 360 Degrees: Perspectives On The Criminal Justice System
   http://www.360degrees.org/
   A collection of stories from inmates, correctional officers, lawyers, judges, parole
   officers, parents, victims, and others whose lives have been affected by the criminal
   justice system.

4. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
   http://www.fbi.gov
   The home page of the FBI

5. Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics
   http://www.albany.edu/sourcebook
   Home to the on-line version of the Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics -- the largest
   compilation of criminal justice statistics available anywhere. The Sourcebook site is run
   by the State University of New York at Albany, and is updated continuously.


6. U.S. Department of Justice
   http://www.usdoj.gov
   Good starting point for research about federal law enforcement and crime data.

				
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