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Lloyd Sealy Library
John Jay College of Criminal Justice

International Criminal Justice

This libguide focuses on resources that are helpful for courses in the International Criminal Justice major at John Jay College.

Professional Associations

When you start your career in criminal justice, you will be joining a group of professionals, who will expect you to use the same vocabulary and know the major researchers and the best practitioners in the field. You can acquire this knowledge not only by taking classes and reading books and articles but also by exploring professional associations.

Some students join professional associations while still in school in order to be able to attend the conferences at a reduced rate as well as to build some connections to get their first job in a chosen profession. On their websites the associations post information about their history, mission, membership, upcoming conferences; they provide links to the reports, statistics and other publications in full-text. Sometimes, when you join an association you will get a free subscription to their journal and will be able to keep abreast with the latest developments in the field. Often, you will find sections on the association’s website that announce internship opportunities and job openings.

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, ACJS Consider joining its International Section.

American Anthropological Association Check the Sections and Interests Groups section of the website.                           

American Political Science Association has such sections as Human Rights, International Security and Arms Control and forty more.

American Society of Criminology, ASC has an International Division ( that might be of interest to the students of international criminal justice.

American Society of International Law  

American Sociological Association has many sections with international flavor.

Amnesty International                                  

Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology

British Society of Criminology

Canadian Criminal Justice Association 

Criminological and Victimological Society of Southern Africa

European Society of Criminology

Human Rights Watch

International Association for the Study of Organized Crime 

International Sociological Association Check the section of Research Networks on the association’s website. 

International Studies Association

Pakistan Society of Criminology

Sociologists Without Borders

South Asian Society of Criminology and Victimology

World Society of Victimology