Criminology and Policing resources
Library resources for criminology and policing students. Specialist advice, research tutorials, and websites for your subject.
Databases for criminology and policing
Search for journal articles and other data (includes Legal Journals Index, Applied Social Sciences Index and Abstracts).
Workbooks, guides and tutorials
- School of Applied Sciences library workbook - Online guide for School of Applied Sciences students focusing on how to use the library and study more effectively.
- Social Sciences: Sourcing and Securing work experience for your L2 modules - An overview of what opportunities count towards your required work experience hours and how to search for, and successfully apply for, opportunities.
- Projects and dissertations: top tips - A step-by-step guide to planning and completing your undergraduate dissertation or project.
- Help for undergraduates to publish in journals - This workbook supports students in the School of Applied Sciences who are conducting research as interns, final year and masters research projects.
- Help with academic writing - A useful guide with links to other resources to help you with your academic writing.
- National Police Library
- Society of Evidence Based Policing (SEBP) - a free to join organisation which has a variety of useful resources available once you become a member.
- College of Policing have compiled a useful document with their resources (PDF)
Study skills workshops
From making notes to structuring your writing, we offer a number of study skills events to students which take place across all UWE Bristol campuses.