Welcome Justice Studies Students!
This guide is just for you - click through to find all library resources for Police Foundations and Protection, Security and Investigation.
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Our circulating books and videos are found on the 3rd floor. Most Justice Studies related materials can be found in the HV and KE call number ranges, although additional resources can be found some other areas.
BF 1-940 - Psychology
HM 15-1281 - Sociology (includes deviant behaviour)
HQ 1-2044 - The family (includes sexual deviation, prostitution, child & adolescent development, relationships)
HV 1-9960 - Social pathology (includes addictions, abuse, poverty)
HV 5800-5840 - Drug abuse
HV 6001-7220.5 - Criminology
HV 7231-9960 - Criminal justice administration
HV 9051-9230.7 - Juvenile delinquency, Juvenile corrections
HV 9960 - Native peoples Corrections
KE 1-9450 - Law of Canada
KE 7700 - Native peoples-Law of Canada
KE 8800-9999 - Criminal law & procedure-Canada
KE 1114-1175 - Provincial offences-Ontario
RA 1001-1171 - Forensic medicine (DNA, Time of Death)
Use the subject headings listed below to search the library catalogue (www.saultcollege.ca/library) for books, e-books, and videos. Library staff are available to help with your search.
Ron Doyle Library
443 Northern Avenue
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
(705) 759-2554 ext. 2711
To access the databases from off-campus:
Don't know your PIN?
PINs are emailed to Sault College accounts on the 6th of every month.
Look for "Library Notice" from "Sirsi".
Or you can reset your PIN on your own.
Follow the instructions here: www.saultcollegelibrary.ca/blog/Library-Pin