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Designed to meet the information needs of the caring professions, and spans the literature of health, social services, psychology, sociology, economics, politics, race relations and education. The database abstracts and indexes over 500 journals.
A key legal resource, updated daily, providing access to UK legislation (as amended) and case law and selected internatioanal materials. Provides access to legal encyclopaedias, commentaries and specialist practitioners’ publications, e.g. Halsbury’s Laws of England, Halsbury’s Statute Citator and the Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents. Includes several legal journals, e.g. Law Society Gazette and New Law Journal and a searchable archive of UK national and regional newspapers.
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Web of Science has become the gold standard for research discovery and analytics. It connects publications and researchers through citations and controlled indexing in curated databases spanning every discipline.
Cronfa ddata ymchwil gyfreithiol allweddol. Mae'r cynnwys yn cynnwys achosion yn y DU o 1220, gan gynnwys The Law Reports a’r English Reports, cyfreithiau cyfunol llawn mewn grym, gan gynnwys Deddfau o 1267 ac Offerynnau Statudol o 1948, achosion yr Undeb Ewropeaidd o 1954, deddfwriaeth yr Undeb Ewropeaidd, gan gynnwys cytundebau a chwestiynau seneddol, Ewropeaidd a Cronfa ddata Hawliau Dynol y DU (yn cynnwys dogfennau testun llawn), Legal Journals Index o 1986.
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Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) independently assesses and reports on the efficiency and effectiveness of police forces and policing from the work of neighbourhood teams to serious crime and the fight against terrorism, in the public interest. Reports giving authoritative information are available to allow the public to compare the performance of their force against others and evidence is used to drive improvements in the service to the public.
The Police Foundation (PF) is the only independent think tank focused entirely on developing knowledge and understanding of policing and crime reduction, while challenging the police service and the government to improve policing for the benefit of the public. A range of publications is available on the work and research of the PF, most of which can be downloaded free of charge.