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What websites does the library recommend for Criminal Justice research?
We have an extensive list of recommended websites for Criminal Justice research.
You can find our recommended websites by hovering over or clicking on the arrow within the "Find Web Resources" tab at the top of this guide; just click on the website category you would like to view to see our recommendations.
How to Find Web Resources
How do I find web resources for my research?
You can find web resources by searching the Internet with your keywords. When searching the Internet, it is important that you analyze your sources carefully to make sure the information is correct and unbiased.
The domain of a website (the suffix at the end of a web address) can be a good indicator of the the website's authority and accuracy.
||Branches of the United States federal government
||Charitable, religious, or lobbying groups
||Branches of the United States Armed Forces
||Internet Service Provider
||Catch-all for various different types of websites
As you conduct your research, you may find website sources providing information, research or commentary. As with any source outside the CSU Library, please fully evaluate it and make sure it meets your assignment's resource requirements. If you have questions about using a website for your research, please contact your professor.
Evaluating Websites as Research Sources
How do I evaluate websites for credibility?
Use the following checklist to help you evaluate websites for credibility as research sources: Evaluating Websites