NEW Criminal Justice titles from Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press publishes a wide array of titles in Criminal Justice across the disciplines.

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Introduction to Criminal Justice

New edition!

Criminal Justice

The System in Perspective

Introduction to Criminal Justice

A Brief Edition

Second Edition

Criminal Justice

The Essentials

Sixth Edition

Foundations of Criminal Justice

Fourth Edition


Criminal Procedure


Police and Society
Ninth Edition

The Essentials

American Criminal Procedure Today

The Murder Book
Understanding Homicide Today

Introduction to Corrections

Juvenile Justice



Perspectives on Community-Based Corrections

Juvenile Delinquency

Homeland Security

Krista S. Gehring, University of Houston-Downtown, and Michael R. Batista, Illustrator

All issues/formats can be purchased individually. Value-packages are also available!

  • e-book pricing starts at $9.99 per issue!
  • Value-package one (1) print-bound CrimComics issue with any Oxford Criminal Justice/Criminology text for FREE (each additional print-bound issue is only $5.00)
  • When students purchase one print-bound issue at $14.99, you can value-package additional CrimComics print-bound issues for $5.00 each!
  • Value-package all twelve (12) e-book issues for only $39.99! Click here to order.
  • Value-package all twelve (12) print-bound issues for only $89.99!

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