State Laws, Arizona and New Mexico:

Arizona Revised Statutes (searchable by keyword)
New Mexico Statutes and Court Rules Unannotated (click on the yellow folder to see the constitution and current laws; search by typing a keyword into the Quick Search box)
Crimes A-Z from (Click on a crime in the left column and the site will bring up the federal and state laws describing that crime. First, click on Change Location–near the top middle of the page–so that you can select the state to view.)
New Mexico Supreme Court Law Library (links to New Mexico state statutes, case laws, court opinions, legislative bills, legal forms, etc.)

Courts, Crime, and Investigation:

ABA’s Lawlink: The Legal Research Jumpstation (from the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center) (links to federal, state, and international legal information, courts, and laws, from the American Bar Association)
TruTV (has an extensive Crime Library and current news)
Crime and Clues: The Art and Science of Criminal Investigation for Legal Professionals (type a keyword into the search box or scroll down to Research the Law to find links to state and federal laws, legal topics, cases, lawyers, etc.)
Indiana University – Maurer School of Law – Search Tools and Other Sites
International Court of Justice
Internet Crime Archives (serial and other killers)
Kruglick’s Forensic Resource and Criminal Law Search Site (crime scene investigations, DNA, arson, law search engines, and a beginner’s look at the investigation of forensic evidence)
New Mexico Courts Information Center (links to all local, state, and federal courts in New Mexico)
Police List of Resources – Forensics
Superior Court of Arizona, Maricopa County (provides civil, criminal, family court case histories; court minutes; and links to other court information)
State Statutes on the Internet (state laws, with title numbers and chapters, arranged by topic–from agriculture to water codes)

Detention, Security, Corrections:

Arizona Department of Corrections
Federal Bureau of Prisons (inmate locator, prison facilities locations, careers and policy/forms from the Department of Justice agency)
New Mexico Corrections Department

Digital Forensics:

Digital Forensics Association – This site offers networking opportunities and a list of resources to help students in Digital Forensics.
ForensicZone – A blog to share advice for those working in computer crime.

Justice Administration:

Bureau of Justice Statistics (includes statistics on crime, federal law enforcement, corrections, special topics, criminal offenders, victims, etc.)
Criminal Justice Sources (Indiana University Bloomington Libraries) (has links to school criminal justice programs, crime, criminal law, criminology information and statistics, and many other criminal justice web sites)
NCJRS (National Criminal Justice Reference Service) (publications, links, questions and answers about courts, corrections, drugs, juveniles, and etc.) (click on the A-Z Topical Index to find publications on many topics; some items are text only, some are in color, some have images)
World Factbook of Criminal Justice Systems (from the U.S. Dept. of Justice) (descriptions of the criminal justice systems of 47 countries)
On the Line (the online publication of the American Correctional Association)

Law Enforcement:

AJAX, United States and International Government and Military Intelligence Agency Access (info on the CIA, Secret Service, National Security Agency, U.S. Dept. of Defense, military branches, Interpol, and more)- CopNet
Arizona Dept. of Public Safety
Maricopa County Sheriff’s Department
National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center
New Mexico State Police [and] Department of Public Safety