Answered By: Laurie Bastien
Last Updated: Jan 04, 2019     Views: 41

First, it may be helpful to search within chapter 6 of the course textbook.
 
To search for Library resources, begin at the Library welcome page and select the Popular Databases link on the lower right side of the Library homepage to find ProQuest Central:
 
 
You will probably need to search each strategy separately in quotation marks. For example:
"preventative patrol"

"routine incident response"
"emergency response" 
"criminal investigation" 
"problem-solving" 

Below is an example search:
 

 
You can also add additional phrases such as "criminal justice" OR "law enforcement" OR police, and mix and match them in any way you want. 
 
For example:
"routine incident response" "criminal justice"
"emergency response" "law enforcement"
"problem-solving" police
 
You can also try searching any of these suggestions on the Library homepage to broaden your search results. For example:
 
 
Contact the Library if you need further help.

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