Criminal Justice Policy Review


Criminal Justice Policy Review

Publisher: SAGE Publications

Criminal Justice Policy Review is a multidisciplinary journal publishing
articles written by scholars and professionals committed to the study of
criminal justice policy through experimental and non-experimental
approaches. The journal publishes articles, essays, research notes,
interviews, and book reviews. Special features include commentaries,
transcripts of significant panels or meetings, position papers, and

Unlike other criminal justice policy journals, Criminal Justice Policy
Review does not only publish scholarly articles, policy developments, and
national practice initiatives. It also provides more eclectic and accessible
material of interest to practitioners and students as well as academics.

The journal appeals to criminologists, criminal justice researchers,
sociologists, public administrators, scholars, and practitioners with an
interest in criminal justice policy.

ISSN: 0887-4034

Department of Criminology
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
G-1 McElhaney Hall
441 North Walk
Indiana, PA 15705-1087

Content available by subscription.

Abstracts available online. Articles available in PDF format.

Current Issue: September 1 2004, Volume 15, No. 3

Date: 6 Oct. 2004

Original posting date: 
Wednesday, October 6, 2004
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