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Criminal Justice Information: How to Find It, How to Use It.

Criminal Justice Information: How to Find It, How to Use It is a comprehensive guide to finding, using, and evaluating criminal justice information. It guides the researcher toward a wide variety of information resources, including print, electronic, and online sources available on crime-related topics.

Criminal Justice Information also gives the necessary tools for evaluating that information. The book is written by Dennis C. Benamati, assistant director of Marist College Library in New York; Phyllis A. Schultze, information specialist at the Criminal Justice Library at Rutgers University; Adam C. Bouloukos, systems operator at the United Nations Crime and Justice Information Network; and Graeme R. Newman, professor at the School of Criminal Justice at the University at Albany.

The book costs $59.95 and may be ordered from Oryx Press, PO. Box 33889, Phoenix, AZ 85067-3889, phone 800/279-6799.
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Publication:Florida Bar Journal
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Date:Feb 1, 1998
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