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Answered By: BethMarie Gooding Last Updated: Feb 23, 2016 Views: 90
There are many great resources available for probation officers and, of course, for students who are researching the roles of probation officers.
Consult the Occupational Outlook Handbook to view information about careers as a probation officer. Explore all tabs, especially "What They Do" and "Work Environment." This resource can also be used to find key terms to use in searching our databases. The options below will help you find great information on justice studies resources:
- E-books via EBSCO is our online e-book library. Use keywords to retrieve full-text books that you can access and read at any time!
- Discovery All-in-One Search provides the capability to search our library databases and collections in one unified search box! Think of it as one-search box for accessing all of the library's resources, no matter which company provides the database or e-book collection. It can be accessed directly in our online library. Click here to view an online tutorial about using Discovery All-in-One Search
- Consult the School of Justice Studies Guide for the best resources for criminal justice topics. (View the Criminal Justice Resources box). Below are suggestions for specific databases:
- Associates Programs Source Plus
- Justice Studies via ProQuest
- National Criminal Justice Reference Service