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Assessment for Effective Intervention
Assessment for Effective Intervention (AEI) provides critical analysis of practitioner-developed assessment procedures, as well as papers that focus on published tests. Features articles that describe the relationship between assessment and instruction, introduce innovative assessment strategies; outline diagnostic procedures; analyze relationships between existing instruments; and review assessment techniques, strategies, and instrumentation.
Its central objective is to publish articles that advance the theoretical and research agenda of criminology and criminal justice.
It is committed to the study of crime, deviant behavior, and related phenomena as addressed in the social and behavioral sciences and the fields of law, criminal justice and history.
Its emphasis is upon empirical research and scientific methodology, with priority given to articles reporting original research.
It includes articles needed to advance criminology and criminal justice as a scientific discipline
Major emphasis is placed on empirical research and scientific methodology. Criminology's content also includes articles which review the literature or deal with theoretical issues stated in the literature as well as suggestions for the types of investigation which might be carried out in the future.
Criminology & Public Policy
Criminology & Public Policy is interdisciplinary in nature, devoted to policy discussions of criminology research findings. Focusing on the study of criminal justice policy and practice, the central objective of the journal is to strengthen the role of research findings in the formulation of crime and justice policy by publishing empirically based, policy focused articles.
Journal of Criminal Justice
The Journal of Criminal Justice is an international journal intended to fill the present need for the dissemination of new information, ideas and methods, to both practitioners and academicians in the criminal justice area. The Journal is concerned with all aspects of the criminal justice system in terms of their relationships to each other. Although materials are presented relating to crime and the individual elements of the criminal justice system, the emphasis of the Journal is to tie together the functioning of these elements and to illustrate the effects of their interactions. Articles that reflect the application of new disciplines or analytical methodologies to the problems of criminal justice are of special interest.
National Institute of Justice Journal
The NIJ Journal, published several times a year, features articles to help criminal justice policymakers and practitioners stay informed about new developments. The NIJ Journal presents research-based information that can help inform policy decisions and improve understanding of the criminal justice system.
Articles are contributed by practitioners in law enforcement or related fields. Manuscripts must be original work, previously unpublished and not simultaneously submitted to another publisher. No word rate is paid or other remuneration given. Contributors’ opinions and statements are not purported to define official IACP policy or imply IACP endorsement.
Search and Seizure Bulletin
Ensure that you and your department are up to date on the latest procedures and court rulings, so that your search is legal and your evidence is admissible in court, with Search and Seizure Bulletin. This monthly bulletin provides the latest information on laws and court decisions involving police procedures in search and seizure situations. You'll also find:
Special reports with in-depth analysis of Supreme Court decisions
An annual index to help you quickly locate the latest caselaw