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JUSTINFO - an electronic newsletter distributed on the 1st and 15th of every month by NCJRS (National Criminal Justice Reference Service, U.S. Dept. of Justice). Through JUSTINFO, you will learn about new publications, upcoming conferences, and funding opportunities that address a wide range of justice and substance abuse issues.
Justice Access Research Alert - Produced by the Law and Justice Foundation of NSW, JARA is free email alert service covering recent research in the area of access to justice and legal need.
Crime victim e-news -
Victim Support Service, South Australia, produces a monthly email newsletter that provides links to information, events, research and practices for those with an interest in victims of crime
NJN Update – produced by the National Justice Network (
NJN), Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime. The NJN Update is a monthly newsletter through which victims of crime, victim services workers, other criminal justice professionals and interested parties are kept abreast of current issues.
AIC crime & criminal justice information service alert – The Australian Institute of Criminology produces alerts on a selection of new key reports, books, journal articles and websites. The
AIC crime & criminal justice information service alert is issued monthly and includes material from a range of justice related categories. Individual subject alerts are also issued monthly.
The Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault (ACSSA) alerts – monthly alerts with announcements of new publications as well as information on the latest research, practice news, resources, and events
Child Family Community Australia (CFCA) alert - fortnightly messages with announcements of new publications as well as information on the latest research, practice news and resources, and forthcoming conferences and events in the child, family and community sectors.
ESC Newsletter- Newsletter of the European Society of Criminology is published three times a year.