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CCC Library Research Resources
To access CCC Library resources off campus, you will need a library card. You can fill out the form to receive a library card here
Reports on current and controversial issues for persuasive and argumentative research including pro/cons of a topic, background information, a chronology, statistical data, and much more. Includes reports on juvenile justice, capital punishment, police reforms, and more.
Criminal Justice & Law Video Collection
Educational streaming videos from the Criminal Justice & Law Video Collection with a focus on the criminal justice system, the criminal mind, juvenile justice, and forensic science
Gun Regulation & Legislation in America
Federal legislative histories, relevant congressional hearings, CRS Reports, Supreme Court briefs, scholarly articles, bibliographies, and a balanced selection of information on gun regulation and legislation
Civil Rights & Social Justice
Information covering diverse topics about civil rights in the United States including hearings and committee prints, legislative histories on landmark legislation, CRS, and GAO reports, briefs from major Supreme Court cases, and publications from the Commission on Civil Rights
SocIndex with Full Text
Articles, eBooks, dissertations, and more on general sociology as well as relevant topics such as anthropology, criminology, ethnic & racial studies, gender studies, marriage & family, politics, religion, social psychology, social work, substance abuse, welfare, and many others
Rutgers University Library Resources
You can access Rutgers University's library resources by visiting the Paul Robeson LIbrary on the Rutgers Camden campus.
Provides resources on debated social issues, policies, and topics from a variety of viewpoints.
Enter the term juvenile justice to find current and historic legislation and more on this topic.
Official publications of the U.S. Federal Government.
Librarian for CCC-Camden & Rowan at Camden
Rutgers University Libraries
Camden County College at Camden students have full access to the resources of the Rutgers University Libraries, including the Rutgers research databases, books, and expert research help from a librarian. To access these resources, visit the Robeson Library at Rutgers University Camden, you will need to show your CCC ID to gain access.
Rutgers University Library Catalog