Whether local, national, or international, everyone's life has been touched by crime, to some degree. Similarly, criminal justice research can touch upon a variety of fields, particularly including government information and the law. Statistics, too, are a key element of this area of study.
For further reading in the field of crime and justice, see the Warren Commission report (on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy), the FBI's report on Robert F. Kennedy's assassination, and the FBI Vault's 22-part record series on J. Edgar Hoover.
The Faculty Staff Assistance Program, Counseling and Psychiatric Services, Office of Victim Assistance, and Students of Concern Team are available to help members of the campus community facing challenges.
The Government Information Library is a regional library of the Federal Depository Library Program as well as a depository of Colorado state, United Nations, and European Union information. It consists of over five million items from the United States government, Colorado and other state governments, foreign governments, and international governmental organizations like the UN. As a federal depository, the Library also offers assistance and its collections to members of the public. This includes providing public computers for unrestricted access to government information on the Internet.
Information is arranged by government entity or agency. The agency is the best place to start.
Visit of Attorney General and Director of FBI. President Kennedy, J.Edgar Hoover, Robert F. Kennedy. White House, Oval Office. from the National Archives Series: Abbie Rowe White House Photographs, 12/6/1960 - 3/11/1964.