Crime, Punishment, and the Law (An International Journal)
Published By : Serials Publications
Frequency : Semi-Annual
ISSN : 0973-5526
EISSN : -
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Instructions to the Authors

Crime, Punishment, and the Law is a journal that is broad in scope but seeks to highlight multinational research related to crime and justice around the world. Specifically, the intent of this journal is to provide a comparative examination of policing, judicial, and correctional operations within the global community, while also focusing on various specialized issues such as crime prevention, peacekeeping efforts, transnational organized crime, terrorism, drug trafficking, multinational policy making, multinational legal analyses, as well as issues related to race and racial tensions in criminal justice settings. The topics just mentioned are by no means all inclusive, but instead demonstrate the breadth of issues that are covered by this journal.

Crime, Punishment, and the Law is a bi-annual journal that is currently seeking authored manuscripts from various areas around the world. Both practitioners and academicians from the fields of criminal justice and criminology, psychology, sociology, social work, and other related disciplines are encouraged to submit their manuscripts for review. When sending your manuscript, please send it to the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Robert D. Hanser, at hanser@ulm.edu. Please note that all manuscripts must be written in English and they will also be published in that language. All grammatical editing and other such concerns will be addressed by our own editorial staff associated with the journal.

I invite you all to consider the opportunity to publish your work with Crime, Punishment, and Law.


Robert D. Hanser, Ph.D.
Director, Institute of Law Enforcement
Editor-in-Chief, Crime, Punishment, & Law
University of Louisiana at Monroe
700 University Avenue
Stubbs Hall, #208
Monroe, LA 71201
ph# 318-342-1443

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