The NCJRS is a searchable database of criminal justice information publications, articles and online information. The database provide full text and/or online access to much of the information.
The Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics provides statistics and survey information relating to the criminal Justice system throughout the United States. It includes information on crime, criminals, the court system, corrections, and law enforcement.
This provides online access to the"indexed crime" that is reported by local law enforcement agencies throughout the United States.
The FBI web site provides information about its history, mission, current operations, most wanted list, and employment opportunities.
This is the web portal to the agency that oversees the justice system of the United States.
This is USA.gov's portal to the judicial system of the United States.
This site provides audio and video access to information related to our highest court including audio of oral arguments and opinions of the court.
This is a resource that facilitates locating courts by geography or zip code.
This is the web portal for the Library of Congress's legal information including some digitized information and collections.
This site provides online access to the regulations in place that our federal agencies use to enforce the laws of the United States.
This is an online database of the laws of the United States.
This is the web site of the agency that provides sentencing guidelines for the various jurisdictions of the United States.
This is the web portal for the ATF. (Note: this site may not be accessible from computers with higher levels of security; if "access denied", adjust your browser's security level or contact your network administrator.)
This is the online version of the Federal Register, which announces pending changes to the rules and regulations governing the operation of the U.S. Government.
This web site of the Library of Congress provides information about copyright and how to apply for copyright protection.
This site provides access to the application procedure for patents and trademarks and also provides a database of digitized patents and trademarks including original graphic drawings.
This page from the Library of Congress provides access to the legal resources made available by the United States military.
This is the most recent edition of this publication, issued by the Department of State.
This site, presented by FDsys, provides access to public and private laws of the United States back to the 104th Congress (1995-1996).
Congress.gov is a database of information about Congressional Legislation back to 1973.