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Cooperative Collection Development -- CCD: Crime and Rehabilitation

• The School Library System (SLS) Cooperative Collection Development Plan is developed as part of the resource sharing component of the plan of service.

"Acts of Crime and Justice" is a collection of materials. geared towards high school students, about crime and recovery from crime.  

This collection supports a variety of academic disciplines, including

  • Global History, US History and US Government curricula  (including New York State Social Studies Framework 10.10, 11.10. 12.G2)
  • Argumentative writing (Next Generation ELA Writing Standard 1)
  • College and Career Readiness

It is my hope that users of this collection will enjoy the resources as much as I enjoy cultivating this engaging exciting collection!   


Batman and Robin Prints of Thieves
Just Mercy
Coping with Hate Crimes
Justice for All
Your Legal Rights in School

Highlighted Books

My collection is about...

  • Acts of crime
  • The criminal justice system in the United States
  • Methods of solving crimes
  • Criminal justice careers

Highlighted Databases

Highlighted Links

Suggested MyLibraryNYC Teacher Sets

Go to MyLibraryNYC to order these Teacher Sets:

  • Guns and Violence in America with DVD
  • Informational Texts with PlayAway AudioBook
  • Supreme Court Cases



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Eve Davis
High School for Law Enforcement and Public Safety
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Jamaica, NY 11434
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