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ProQuest Criminal Justice (formerly ProQuest Criminal Justice Periodicals Index) is a comprehensive database supporting research on crime, its causes and impacts, legal and social implications, as well as litigation and crime trends.

The database bridges theory with practice by providing information geared to those interested in careers in criminal justice, law enforcement, corrections, drug enforcement, rehabilitation, family law, and industrial security – as well as scholars and other researchers who study the causes, trends, and societal impacts of crime.

Content highlights:

  • Addresses the need to bridge latest research with practice
  • U.S. and international scholarly journals
  • Corrections and correctional and law enforcement trade publications
  • Reports, news, crime statistics, and crime blogs
  • Almost half of the records available are in full-textContent continues to grow as full text content is added to increase the scope of this resource

Highlights of ProQuest Criminal Justice Periodicals titles include:


  • Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology
  • Asian Journal of Criminology
  • European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research

Corrections & Law Enforcement

  • Policing (exclusive)
  • American Jails
  • Corrections Compendium
  • Forensic Examiner
  • Tactical Response
  • Law Enforcement Technology
  • FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin
  • Women Police
  • Crime Blogs from selected U.S. cities e.g. Miami, Dallas, Orlando

Criminal Law

  • American Journal of Criminal Law
  • Criminal Court Statistics (Australia)
  • ABA Journal
  • Various Law Reviews

Criminal Justice

  • Crime, Law and Social Change
  • American Journal of Criminal Justice
  • British Journal of Community Justice
  • Crime and Justice Bulletin (Australia)
  • Violence and Victims

Criminal Rehabilitation

  • Reclaiming Children and Youth
  • Journal of Addictions and Offender Counseling

Addictions, Alcoholism, Gambling, Child Abuse

  • Contemporary Drug Problems
  • Journal of Gambling Studies

Industrial Crime

  • International Journal of Cyber Criminology 
  • Information & Security
  • Journal of Digital Forensics
  • Security and Law
  • Journal of Financial Crime (exclusive)
  • Journal of Money Laundering (exclusive)


Citing - MLA

Rogge, Mary E., and Terri Combs-Orme. "Protecting Children from Chemical Exposure: Social Work and U.S. Social Welfare Policy." Social work 48.4 (2003): 439-50. ProQuest. Web. 25 Jan. 2016.

Citing - Chicago

Rogge, Mary E. and Terri Combs-Orme. "Protecting Children from Chemical Exposure: Social Work and U.S. Social Welfare Policy." Social Work 48, no. 4 (10, 2003): 439-50, (accessed January 25, 2016).

Citing - APA

Rogge, M. E., & Combs-Orme, T. (2003). Protecting children from chemical exposure: Social work and U.S. social welfare policy. Social Work, 48(4), 439-50. Retrieved from