Searching on Google is a great place to begin for looking for statistics. In order to obtain official and reliable data, you can limit your sources to government websites by typing site:.gov after your keywords.
crime statistics site:.gov
recycling data site:.gov
How to Find Specific Journal Articles with a Citation:
If you have a specific citation, such as: Gratton, L., & Erickson, T. J. (2007). 8 Ways to Build Collaborative Teams. Harvard Business Review, 85(11), 100–109.
Go to UNLV Libraries Quick Search: https://www.library.unlv.edu/ and type in the title: 8 Ways to Build Collaborative Teams
If we own it, it will lead you to the database where you will be able to access the article:
Searching for Articles in a Specific Journal: If you would like to search for articles in a specific journal, such as the Harvard Business Review, from the library home page, click on the A to Z list of journal titles link. Once you are there, type in Harvard Business Review and it will lead you to the databases where you can access the journal.