History Resources

Off-Campus Opportunities:

African-American Cultural and Genealogical Society of Illinois
314 North Main Street
Decatur, IL 62522
Phone: 429.7458
Contact: Evelyn Hood

Possible internships available in:

  1. Art
  2. Public Relations
  3. Grant Writing
  4. Web-Page Development
  5. Constructing Databases
  6. Historical Research

Decatur Genealogical Society
356 North Main Street
Decatur, IL 62522
Contact: 429-0135

Macon County Historical Society Museum
5880 North Fork
Decatur, IL 62521
Contact: David Tomlin
Phone: 422-4919
e-mail: mchs@fgi.net
Contact: Barbara A. Morrell
国产偷拍视频 Dale Irwin

Possible Internship Opportunities available in the following areas:

  1. Living History (work with elementary school students)
  2. Restoration of Historical RR depot
  3. Construction of exhibits

History Links


Encompasses every historical period and geographical area and serves professional historians in all areas of employment. Membership entitles all historians to a subscription for Perspectives in which various employment opportunities and current issues of note are published and discussed.


国产偷拍视频 The largest learned society devoted to the study of American history.

Political Science Resources

Resources through Staley Library

All students should become familiar with the vast array of resources accessible through the Staley Library website. Comprehensive indexes allow students to search through thousands of publications in a few minutes. Newspaper, magazine, and journal articles are increasingly available through full-text databases, and the library has correspondingly reduced its subscriptions to print journals.

Internet Resources

Here are a number of websites that our students and faculty have found helpful. For links beyond these, try the information clearinghouses listed at the bottom. If you have suggestions for other links which could be added to this list, please send an email to the webmaster.

American Political Institutions





Participation and Parties










Worldwide Political Information








National and International Media



and










Academic Associations



State and Local Political Institutions



Legal Resources





Foreign Policy Resources




Think Tanks






Regional Information and Resources











WJMU

Information Clearinghouses






Political Science Plagiarism Policy

The goal of this policy is for students to correctly cite, paraphrase, and write in their own voice. Plagiarism is the uncited use of another's words, ideas, or work. Self-plagiarism is the use of one's own work for multiple assignments that has not been approved by faculty. Consequences of plagiarizing are a zero on the assignment, redoing the assignment for no credit, and a letter is sent to the registrar, dean, and to the student explaining that the student has plagiarized in the course. When the plagiarism is severe enough on one assignment (i.e. the entire paper) or has occurred multiple times in the single course, consequences are failure in the course indicated by an XF and a letter written to the registrar, dean, and student will be sent. All written assignments in Political Science will be submitted to Turnitin.com and all faculty in Political Science have been trained to use this website. Any concerns about this policy can be addressed by the chair of the Political Science Department.

Criminal Justice Resources

Online Resources for Criminal Justice in Illinois


The Macon County Juvenile Justice Council (JJC) was established in 2009 to address the issue of juvenile delinquency. We recognize that youth are our most valuable resource and we accept the developmental challenges they may pose as our community's personal responsibility. Some of the programs that have been created to help address these issues are Teen Court, Truancy Court, Redeploy Illinois: Community A.C.C.E.S.S., Second Chance Reentry, Safety Net Works, and Truancy Review Board.


国产偷拍视频 The Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority is a state agency dedicated to improving the administration of criminal justice. The Authority brings together key leaders from the justice system and the public to identify critical issues facing the criminal justice system in Illinois, and to propose and evaluate policies, programs, and legislation that address those issues.


国产偷拍视频 Home page for IDOC.


The IACJ is dedicated to the efficient and effective application of justice resources through the utilization of proven practices in reducing recidivism and restoring individuals to a place of stability and productivity in their communities.


The Midwestern Criminal Justice Association was founded in 1977 with the goal of fostering better communication and collaboration among criminal justice researchers, academics, and practitioners within the Midwestern United States and beyond. We are affiliated with the , our national organization. We convene an annual meeting every fall which showcases some of the important work being done across the region. We also sponsor the  as an outlet for high quality articles related to the field of criminal justice.


Adult Redeploy Illinois was established by the  to provide financial incentives to local jurisdictions for programs that allow diversion of non-violent offenders from state prisons by providing community-based services.


The State's Attorney is the Chief Law Enforcement Officer for Macon County, and is the Chief Legal Adviser for the county.


国产偷拍视频 Illinois BARJ is made up of collaborations from around the state representing victim and offender advocates, the judiciary, prosecutor and defense attorneys, law enforcement, probation, corrections, schools, community and faith-based organizations.


国产偷拍视频 Find academic programs in criminal justice in Illinois.


Home page for UIS Dept. of Criminal Justice.

Data and Statistics for Crime in Illinois