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JRN 309A - Narrative Journalism: Criminal Justice

Knowing how to search for information is the first step in non-fiction narrative writing. Possessing the skills needed to search for primary source information is critical. Below are links to sites that can provide you with that type of data.

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Criminal Justice Sources

Below are links to state and federal websites that provide criminal justice data. In addition to these sites, the Statistical Abstract of the United States and the U.S. Census Bureau (both listed under the federal government tab) are valuable sources of criminal justice statistics.

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