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American Academy of Forensic Sciences
American Board of Forensic Psychology
American Correctional Association
American Psychological Association
Association for the Treatment of Sex Abusers
Illinois Psychological Association
National Register for Health Care Providers in Psychology




Crime Library is a site developed for Court T.V. and is not academic. However, this site has links to summaries of important documentaries and research regarding criminal psychology, notably, psychopathy/antisocial personality. Search for research by Robert Hare, Ph.D. who developed the Hare Psychopathy Checklist.  
provides access to judicial news, case law, and court rulings. Click on Legal Commentary, Cases & Codes, News & Analysis or search by topic or case.

Law and Human Behavior  
is published by Springer Journals for the APA Division 41, American Psychology and Law. To review abstracts of articles on forensic psychology, go to Law and Human Behavior and search by topic.

Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology  
Developed by Professional Resource Press, this site provides, free of charge, peer reviewed articles in a range of matters involving forensic psychology.

Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 
is published by the American Psychological Association. Abstracts of articles can be found by using the search feature. Topics include jury selection, memory, competency, and other subjects related to forensic psychology.

The Third Branch is a newsletter of the federal courts and contains a wealth of information regarding federal court rulings as well as other issues related to the judiciary.

Violence Risk is a site providing links to sites that describe various instruments used to assess risk for violence, risk for sexual offenses, and legal issues for expert testimony.




American Association on Intellectual 
and Developmental Disabilities
provides information regarding social, rehabilitative, and legal issues related to the mentally retarded.

American Board of Forensic Psychology defines forensic psychology, provides continuing education, and procedures for certification in forensic psychology.

Bureau of Justice Statistics is maintained and is based on statistics from the U.S. Department of Justice. It provides a wealth of information regarding the prevalence of crime, victims, and demographics related to crime.  The site also provides links to other federal sources of justice and law enforcement information.

Center for Sex Offender Management (CSOM) is a national project that supports state and local jurisdictions in the effective management of sex offenders under community supervision.

Death Penalty Information Center contains comprehensive, state-by-state, death penalty information. Topics include data, demographics, legislation, and issues related to mental illness, mental retardation, and juveniles.  

National Center on Sexual Behavior of Youth is created by OJJDP and the Center on Child Abuse and Neglect. The site provides training and technical assistance for the management of children with sexual behavior problems and adolescent sex offenders.

National Institute of Mental Health is a rich source of information about research on brain functioning, developmental disabilities, mental illnesses, and health.

National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS) is a federally funded site offering justice and substance abuse information to support research, policy, and program development worldwide. This is an excellent site to initiate a search for information on a wide range of criminal justice topics.

Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) provides information on demographics, courts, legislation, interventions, victim and child welfare issues, and state contacts for juvenile justice programs.

Office for Victims of Crime was developed by the U.S. Department of Justice to provide victim assistance as well as demographic and statistical information.

Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada (PSEPC) is a government site dedicated to security and safety. For information about meta-analysis or the actuarial instruments such as the STATIC 99, STATIC 99R and VRAG. A search will display all related information.

Sex Offender's Management Board, Illinois Attorney General provides information about the activities of the Illinois SOMB and a listing of providers for assessment and treatment of sex offenders.


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