Some Useful Criminology Links
Murder Ink UK A group of individuals who have created a large number of murder stories, written stageplays and crime books and have performed at hundreds of original murder mystery events. The true crime area contains over one million words of originalresearch covering every single judicial execution from 1900 to 1964. Plus, there are plans to extend that from 1800 to 1964. That would mean some four million words of original research!
Crime Library This site is run by the US Court Television Network and is a good source for up to the minute information on mainly American Cases.
True Crime Magazines Here you will find full details of the U.K.'s monthly crime magazines - True Crime, True Detective and Master Detective.
Casebook:Jack the Ripper The world's largest public repository of Ripper-related information!
Ann Rule's Homepage Homepage of America's most respected True Crime Author. Features Ann's regular Newsletters, Biography and Bibliography. (You can even get a signed photograph!).
FBI's Most Wanted Keep up to date with the FBI's 'Most Wanted' list of notorious criminals.
Police History Society The Police History Society was founded in 1985 and now has over 350 members world-wide, although most are in the U.K. They include serving and retired members of police forces, academics, librarians, writers, police forces and police related museums and people from many occupations who have an interest in police history.
Tough Times & Grisly Crimes A great site for those interested in 19th Century crime, especially in the North East of England. Nigel Green is an authoritive and well established author who has a number of books to his credit. His latest volume is available to purchase from his own website. Well worth a visit!
CLEWS - THE BEST CRIME BLOG ON THE INTERNET!
Clews-The Historic True Crime Crime Blog A truly amazing site, by far the best I have seen so far on the internet. Log-on, but make sure you have a few hours to spare because you will be hooked in no time!