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Public Safety & Law Enforcement Leadership: Using the Library

Introductory guide to the University of St. Thomas library for students in Public Safety & Law Enforcement Leadership

Get Help 24/7

Help with the library and your research is ALWAYS available: 24/7.

©Julie Kertesz

At any time, 2am on Sunday or 10am on Monday, you can chat with a librarian who has access to all of our resources.

At the bottom right hand corner of our website, you'll see

when a UST librarian is available OR

when a librarian from our Minnesota collective is available.

Click on the purple box and get all the help you need.

OR Phone, email, tweet, text, or visit us.

Accessing the Library

Searching in CLICsearch is free and open to anyone.

But...if you'd like to look at the actual articles, ebooks, or search in our databases (like Criminal Justice Abstracts) you'll need to use your UST username and UST password for the password.

When you click on a link that requires you to be a UST student, this page will pop up. Just type in your username and password and all is set.

Log in with your USTNetID & Password

Problems Logging in?

  • Double-check that you typed in your username & password correctly.
  •  Help with "Ezproxy cookie error"
  • Contact the library
    • O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library 651-962-5001
    • Use Chat: Available 24/7
  • Your work might not allow you to access websites through proxies. You'll need to talk with your network administrator at work.


InterLibrary Loan Login

Searching a database?

Found the perfect article?

But we don't have it? Never fear! Request it through InterLibrary Loan.

We'll send it electronically. You'll get it in a few business days.

UST Username

Video tutorial

Research Strategies