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Encyclopedias, handbooks, and more

Use reference books as background sources to get quick facts or information, or an overview of a subject. Some examples of reference sources are: dictionaries, encyclopedias, bibliographies, almanacs, directories, atlases, and handbooks.

Books with REF in the call number are found on the first floor. Call numbers with GEN are on the second floor.  
Encyclopedia of Criminology     HV 6017 E5295 2005 REF
Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory     HV 6017 E527 2010 REF 
American Dictionary of Criminal Justice     HV 7411 C48 2005 REF
Encyclopedia of Victimology and Crime Prevention     HV 6250.3 U5 E55 2010 REF
Dictionary of Canadian Law     KE 183 D83 2011 REF
Encyclopedia of Criminology & Deviant Behavior     HV 6017 E53 2001 REF
Encyclopedia of Forensic Sciences     HV 8073 E517 2000 REF
Encyclopedia of Psychology & Law     K 346 E53 2008 REF
Encyclopedia of Rape      HV 6558 E53 2004 REF
Encyclopedia of White Collar and Corporate Crime      HV 6768 E63 2005 REF
Encyclopedia of Women and Crime     HV 6046 E56 2000 REF
Historical Dictionary of Law Enforcement     HV 7903 R67 2001 GEN
Martin's Annual Criminal Code     KE 8804.52 M3 2012 REF