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CRM6020 Civil Rights & Liberties in the Era of Homeland Security (Darling)

Browse the Stacks

The library uses the Library of Congress Classification system. Because books are organized by subject, you can browse the stacks, and find books on the same topic shelved together.

At McQuade, call numbers A-H are located on the 2nd floor. Call numbers J-Z  are located on the lower level. 
**Criminology books can be found in the HV's on the second floor**
Subject Call Number
Criminology HV6001-7220.5
Criminal anthropology HV6035-6197
Criminal classes HV6201-6249 
Victims of crimes. Victimology HV6250-6250.4
Crimes and offenses HV6251-6773.55
Crimes and criminal classes HV6774-7220.5
Criminal justice administration HV7231-9960
Social work with delinquents and criminals HV7428
Prevention of crime, methods, etc. HV7431
Gun control HV7435-7439
Police. Detectives. Constabulary HV7551-8280.7
Administration and organization HV7935-8025 
Police duty. Methods of protection HV8031-8080
Special classes of crimes, offenses and criminals HV8035-8069 
Investigation of crimes. Examination and identification of prisoners HV8073-8079.35
Police social work HV8079.2-8079.35
Traffic control. Traffic accident investigation HV8079.5-8079.55
Private detectives. Detective bureaus HV8081-8099
Private security services HV8130-8280.7
Penology. Prisons. Corrections HV8290-8291
Reformation and reclamation of adult prisoners HV9261-9430.7
By region or country HV9441-9920.7
By region or country HV9950-9960

Quick Link to NOBLE Catalog

NOBLE Catalog

Use the NOBLE Catalog to find books, e-books, dvds, and streaming videos from McQuade, as well as the 26 other libraries in our consortium (NOBLE). If another library has something you want, request it through interlibrary loan (ILL) at no charge and pick it up at the Help Desk on the first floor when it arrives. 

Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

If you search the catalog or databases and find books or articles that you want that the library does not have access to, you can request them using interlibrary loan (ILL). It may take a day or several days for the materials to arrive, so please plan accordingly.

Use this ILL FORM to request books and articles. Library staff will contact you when the materials arrive and you can pick them up at the Circulation Help Desk (1st floor of McQuade) free of charge. If you  requested an article, library staff will send it to you via e-mail.

This is a FREE service, so please take advantage of it while you're here at Merrimack!