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CJC 113: Juvenile Justice

Suggested Print Books

Book title: The evolution of the juvenile court : race, politics, and the criminalizing of juvenile justice
Book title: Burning down the house : the end of juvenile prison
Book title: Race and ethnicity in the juvenile justice system
Book title: A return to justice : rethinking our approach to juveniles in the system
Book title: Juvenile justice : a reference handbook

Ebook collections

Ebooks can be an excellent source for up-to-date information on your topic.

Book Services

Do we not own something you are looking to read? You have several options:

  • Fill out the Purchase Request Form here. We will see about purchasing your request. It may take a month or more for your book to be available. We give priority to academic, non-fiction titles.    
  • Fill out an InterLibrary Loan (ILL) Form here. When you request a book through ILL, a librarian will attempt to get a book for you from another library. It may take from two (2) to four (4) weeks for a book to arrive, assuming the librarian is successful in obtaining the book. You will be contacted either way.
  • Check out the Sandhills Regional Public Library System. The RichmondCC Library's priority is titles supporting our curriculum. We do provide a multitude of popular fiction and non-fiction titles. However, your public library will have more.

Not sure which option you should choose? Call us at (910) 410-1753 or (910) 410-1752 for advice from a librarian. Email us anytime at libref@richmondcc.edu.