Criminocorpus is a French academic online platform on the history of justice, crime and punishment. It is made up of three websites :
• A digital museum (here) offers thematic exhibitions and virtual tours of sites related to the justice systems. It also provides digital data (bibliographies, collections of historical and contemporary documents, digital archives, judicial collections, timelines, and statistics) and search tools to facilitate research into the history of justice, crime and punishment.
• The Criminocorpus journal, the first French open-access journal on the history of justice publishes articles on OpenEdition Journals, a journals platform for the humanities and social sciences. The articles are grouped around specific topical issues. French and multilingual, the journal covers all periods of history. The publications are linked with other available resources, including ones from the Criminocorpus Museum.
• The blog provides a variety of information about research, publications and cultural events relating to the history of justice, crime and punishment.

Criminocorpus is on Facebook and Twitter.
Criminocorpus also has a channel on YouTube.

The Criminocorpus platform is a publication of Criminocorpus Lab (formerly CLAMOR, Centre for digital humanities and history of justice), a unit created by the CNRS and the Minister of Justice (UAR 3726) with the partnership of the National Archives of France .