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Criminological Highlights

Criminological Highlights is designed to provide an accessible look at some of the more interesting criminological research that is currently being published. Its focus is on research that is policy relevant.

It is produced by a group of about a dozen academics and professional librarians including faculty from the University of Toronto and nearby universities and doctoral students at the University of Toronto. The project is directed by Anthony Doob and Rosemary Gartner.

Criminology library

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The Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies Library houses the leading Canadian research collection of criminological material. Consisting of more than 25,000 books, journals, government reports, statistics and other documents, it is the largest resource of it’s kind in Canada.

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Location & hours

  • Canadiana Gallery 1st FloorEntrance to the Canadiana Gallery
    14 Queen's Park Crescent West 
    Toronto, Ontario
    M5S 3K9
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  • 416-946-5745
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The library is closed until further notice.
For assistance, please contact the librarian,

    COVID-19 Information

    As of July 7th, non-medical masks or face coverings are required in U of T spaces that are normally publicly accessible. University buildings remain closed to the general public. More information on U of T's mask policy is available here.

    For the latest information, please see Information about Fall 2020 at U of T

    For any library-related assistance you may require, you are encouraged to contact our librarian, Andrea Shier, by email.

    Using the library

    CrimSL Databases

    The Crimbrary Blog

    Crimbrary is your resource for news, research, opinion and comment in the world of Criminology and Criminal Justice.