Here, you'll find links to resources that will be helpful in
completing the course work for Sociology 344, as well as links to other
sites of interest that relate to the topics we discuss over the
Learn what does and does not constitute plagiarism so you can avoid facing grade penalties in your papers by reviewing this introduction and then taking the self-test.
The Wadsworth Criminal Justice Resource Center
The SCOTUSWiki has information about current and past U.S. Supreme Court cases
Create interactive maps of Census data at SocialExplorer
Have a free moment? Play PickthePerp...'nuff said.The Bureau of Justice Statistics
has a wealth of data on crime, imprisonment, law enforcement, etc. It
also provides access to National Crime Victimization Survey data.
The FBI's Uniform Crime Reports also provide lots of data on crime.
The Department of Justice provides more information on voting laws.
Race, Racism, and the Law is a useful site full of resources.
If you haven't lately, read the United States Constitution.
The Death Penalty Information Center, the Drug Policy Action Network, the FBI Hate Crimes site, the Council on Foreign Relations Terrorism site, the Amnesty International Racial Profiling pages, and the American Civil Liberties Union Racial Profiling pages provide more information on some of the specific policy issues we've discussed this semester.
Local Rhode Island resources include the Hate Crime Training Program of RI, the Rhode Island Voter Information Center, the Rhode Island State Police Crime Statistics, the Providence Police Crime Statistics, and the Rhode Island General Laws.