• Cambridge University Faculty of Law
    Information about Cambridge University Faculty of Law, its courses, information for students and lecturers, available links to legal databases and browsers, as well as special legal centres established by Faculty of Law.

  • Finnish Police
    The home page offers information on licencing services provided by the police (e.g., passports, ID cards, drivers' licences, residence permits), a short overview of common crimes and pre-trial criminal procedure, advice for crime victims, information on how to report a crime.

  • Marta. Resource Centre for Women
    Information on centre Marta, that works on gender equality in Latvia. Information on possibilities of integration of women, unemployed and poor people. Information on women's NGO network in Latvia and its possibilities.

  • Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law
    Information on the activities and publications of the Max Planck Institute and wide collection of publications in electronic format on current research projects as well German laws on criminal issues. Information on research projects with the countries of the world. OPAC Catalogue of the Library. Information on the Max Planck Society. Collection of links on subject matters.

  • National Council for Crime Prevention of Finland
    The home page provides information on the council's activities and current issues, crime prevention strategies, publications.

  • Swedish Peace and Arbitration Society
    Swedish Peace and Arbitration Society is the world's oldest and Scandinavia's largest peace organisation. The page contains the information about the history and main principles of the work of this organization, current projects, as well as the reports on achievements in arms trade regulation and realisation of other goals.

  • U.S. Department's of Justice Bureau of Justice Statistics
    U.S. Department of Justice offers its statistics in crime, victimization, prisons, shows international statistics, prosecutions, crime trends etc.