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Below are some suggested search strategies that can be used In advance search - under "subject:". It should be noted that putting in the more general term, ie "law", may not bring up all the more specific terms ie "family law".
"justice system", "crime". "organized crime", "crime prevention", "violence", "policing", "police services", "weapons", "victims", "young offenders", "courts", "law", "international law", "civil law", "family law", "criminal law"
In "basic search" under "title" you can try more general terms such as "law" and that up not just documents that have the word "law" in the title but also apparently anywhere in the description, etc.
Public Safety Canada. Electronic Series. Irregular.
Abstract: "Criminology research papers targeting the justice policy and corrections communities. Papers cover such topics as recidivism rates among sexual offenders, methods of risk assessment for predicting re-offending, how to calculate prison sentences, and trends in public opinion on the administration of justice. Papers include methodology sections and references."
Provides analysis and detailed statistics on a variety of justice-related topics and issues. There are annual articles on areas of recurring interest such as: crime, homicide, youth and adult courts and correctional services.
There are a number of government document websites that cover the topic of criminology.