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Martha S. Grafton Library

Criminal Justice: Books

A guide to resources for Criminal Justice research.

Using books

stack of books

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You have many options when it comes to finding and using books.

Search the Grafton Library Catalog for books we own. 

Search NetLibrary for e-books that you can read on any computer.

Search Worldcat for books at any library and request them to be sent to you through interlibrary loan. Click on the ILL button button.

Interlibrary Loan

Find Books

New Criminal Justice Books at Grafton

Browse for books on the shelves at Grafton Library using the Library of Congress' subject classification system. Criminal Justice books start with the call number HV. You can also try searching under "Subject Alphabetical" for "Homicide" "Crime" or "Criminal Justice"