Established in 1985, The Lipman Criminology Library Fund provides support for the acquisition of materials in this field of study. Double its original value, the fund is a wonderful, and perpetual, resource for the Library.
Recent acquisitions include Community-oriented policing: a systemic approach to policing and Design out crime: creating safe and sustainable communities.
Materials purchased through this fund include:
- Towards a surveillant society [electronic resource] : the rise of surveillance systems in Europe
- Development and treatment of childhood aggression [electronic resource]
- New Jim Crow [electronic resource] : mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness
- Criminal interrogation and confessions
- I hope I don't see you tomorrow : a phenomenological ethnography of the Passages Academy school program
- World criminal justice systems : a comparative survey
- Sexual offending : predisposing antecedents, assessments and management
- Burglar's guide to the city
- See additional titles purchased through this fund