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Community Justice Project: Online Sources

The Community Justice Project offers an opportunity for students to integrate the University’s mission into their Clinic experience as they work for justice and reconciliation. This guide presents resources and information for guided research into topics

Westlaw (login required)

Lexis, Bloomberg, HeinOnline (login required)

Free Web Resources

News Sources - General

New Sources - Minnesota

Online Resources Related to Police Reform

Centers studying policing in the United States

Center for Policing Equity
-- 5-Step Policy Plan for Policing in America

Center for Quality Policing, RAND Corporation
-- Research: Publications and Commentary

Innovative Policing Program, Georgetown Law Center
-- Policing in a Time of Pandemic: Recommendations for Law Enforcement

Policing Project, NYU School of Law
-- Policing Reform Legislation (8.26.2020)

The Justice Collaboratory, Yale Law School
-- 5-Step Policy Plan for Policing in America

Research Guides on Police Reform 
-- A list of research guides created by librarians and libraries around the country that have gathered information and resources pertaining to police practices, reform, and ethics. Many of these guides are broader than police practices and include resources on social and racial justice, antiracism, civil disobedience, and more.

Law Enforcement and Racial Justice Research Guide 
-- This research guide brings together a variety of resources for researching issues related to policing and racial injustice. General research databases and reference resources for researching criminal justice topics generally are also listed.