MPhil and Ph.D. students of the Institute of Criminology
may borrow twenty items until the last day of term or,
if the item is issued during vacation, the first day of
the following term. MSt. students of the Institute
may borrow up to twenty items for eight weeks. For MSt. students, term and vacation dates do not affect
Members of Cambridge University
staff, Visiting Fellows and Scholars, and postgraduate students
of other departments in the University may borrow up to
ten items for four weeks.
Undergraduate students of the University
may borrow up to ten items for one week.
The fine for each overdue book
from the open access collections is 40p per day.
The fine for each overdue book from
the reserve collection is 40p per hour.
We can only lend to current students and staff of Cambridge University.
Lists and the Reserve Collection
MPhil Seminar Reading is kept behind
the issue desk. Books in this collection can be borrowed
for three hours at a time and overnight after 4.00 pm (3.00pm
Reserve stock issued overnight must be returned by 10.30am
the following working day. The fine for each overdue item
from the reserve collection is 40p per hour.
Some undergraduate reading list material is similarly organised.
The catalogue entry for a book will tell you if it’s
part of the reserve collection.
If you need an article or book that isn’t available
within the University, you can order it through an interlibrary
loan. The University Library has an interlibrary loan department
and is able to subsidise the cost, making it cheaper than
ordering through our library. The Enquiry Desk of the Inter-Library
Loans Department is off the Catalogue Room. It is open Monday
to Friday from 9.30am to 5.15pm (Friday, 4.55pm) and on
Saturday from 9.30am to 4.30pm. Telephone (01223) 333039.