The National Institute of Justice has compiled a bibliography of journal articles, news stories, and other resources relevant to the Sentinel Events Initiative. The bibliography includes close to 1,000 citations, most with abstracts and links to the complete publications.
NIJ has compiled these citations with the goal of creating a centralized platform for publications related to the Sentinel Events Initiative. The bibliography will be of interest to scholars and other researchers, practitioners, journalists, and others.
Accessing the Bibliography Files
The bibliography consists of two RIS files.
- Citations to NIJ publications and articles from other sources that discuss the Sentinel Events Initiative; updated January 9, 2020.
- Citations to news articles and research about sentinel events in criminal justice and other fields; updated January 9, 2020.
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Submit an Article for Inclusion
NIJ welcomes suggestions for resources to be included in the bibliography.
Please submit any questions or suggestions for resources to be included in the bibliography to Scott Hertzberg, National Criminal Justice Reference Service reference librarian, at [email protected].
[note 1] All bibliographies are incomplete, but NIJ will regularly update this file to provide the most comprehensive resource possible.
[note 2] RIS is a standardized tag format developed by Research Information Systems, Incorporated to enable citation programs to exchange data.
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