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ABOUT US

IJC Mission Statement
The Internet Journal of Criminology (IJC) is a free access online criminology journal.
The primary aim of the journal is to publish international, scholarly and peer-reviewed criminology articles of the highest standard from many areas of expertise including the criminal justice system, crime reduction, delinquency, hate crimes and deviant social behaviour. Through publishing on this website the Internet Journal of Criminology is able to publish a greater number of criminology articles, and therefore reduce the time between acceptance of completed work and its publication. From the initial acceptance of criminology articles worthy of publication, the IJC will publish with the utmost regard to timeliness. Each criminology article published in the Internet Journal of Criminology is anonymously peer-reviewed by at least two independent referees selected by the Editorial Board.

The IJC is published by New University Press (NUP), a division of flashmousepublishing ltd. NUP is dedicated to providing readers of the IJC with international, scholarly, and peer reviewed criminology articles. The electronic format allows for more rapid publication than other mediums and the IJC is dedicated to providing free online access to all criminology articles.

If you have any queries or wish to submit a criminology article please contact the Chief Editor
Dr Mike Sutton


Editorial Board:

Chief Editor:
Dr Mike Sutton Reader in Criminology at Nottingham Trent University, Criminology Division, School of Social Sciences, Nottingham City Campus, England.
Editors:
Dr Loretta Trickett, Nottingham Trent University
Dr Ed Pollock, Sheffield Hallam University
Dr Kassim Noor Mohamed, Division of Criminology, Birmingham City University
Dr Tim Owen, Lecturer in Criminology, School of Education and Social Science, UCLAN, UK
Dr Stephen Downing, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities, University of Ontario Insitute of Technology, Canada
Roger Hopkins Burke, Principle Lecturer at Nottingham Trent University
Tom Ellis, Principal Lecturer, Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, University of Portsmouth
Matt Long
Dissertations Editor:
Currently vacant; applications warmly invited
General Reviews Editor
Jordon Cashmore, Criminology Division, School of Social Sciences, Nottingham Trent University
Commissioning Editor:
Currently vacant; applications warmly invited

Editorial Board:

  • Professor Ken Pease, Department of Human and Health Sciences, Huddersfield University, UK
  • Professor Nick Tilley, Professor of Criminology, Criminology Division, Department of Social Sciences, Nottingham Trent University, UK
  • Paul Ekblom, Principal Research Officer, Policing & Reducing Crime Unit, Research, Development & Statistics Directorate, The Home Office
  • Nicholas Dorn Phd., Research Fellow, Faculty of Social Sciences, Cardiff University, UK
  • Dr Mike Nellis, Professor of Criminal and Community Justice, Glasgow School of Social Work, University of Strathclyde, UK
  • Professor Cecile Wright, Sociology Division, Department of Social Sciences, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, Nottingham Trent University, UK
  • Dr Paul Iganski, Senior Lecturer in Social Justice at Lancaster University, UK
  • Professor John Burrows, The Morgan Harris Burrows (MHB) Partnership
  • Dr James Sheptycki, Criminology Program Co-ordinator, Professor of Criminology, Faculty of Arts, York University, Toronto, Canada
  • Dr Russell Smith, Australian Insitute of Criminology
  • Professor Ross Coomber, Director, Drug and Alcohol Research Unit, University of Plymouth, UK
  • Professor Larry Ray, Professor of Sociology, School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research, University of Kent, UK
  • Dr David Wall, Director of the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies, University of Leeds, UK
  • Professor Mark Griffiths, Professor of Psychology, Nottingham Trent University, UK
  • Judith Rowbotham, Senior Lecturer, Department of International Studies, Nottingham Trent University, UK
  • Tom Ellis, Principal Lecturer in Criminology, University of Portsmouth, UK
  • Jenny Ardley, Lecturer in Criminology, University of Derby Associate - Midlands Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice, UK
  • Dr Majid Yar, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, School of Criminology, Education & Social Work, Keele University, UK
  • Alex Campbell, Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of New England, USA
  • Jonathan Parke, Senior Lecturer, Salford Business School, University of Salford, UK
  • Dr Wood, Director of GamRes Limited (an independent international research and consultancy business), and Co-Director of The International Responsible Gaming Organisation (IRGO)
  • Dr Andrew Wilson, Senior Lecturer, School of Social Sciences, Division of Criminology, Nottingham Trent University, UK
  • Professor Vincenzo Ruggiero, Professor of Sociology, School of health and Social Sciences, Middlesex University, UK
  • Professor Scott Poynting, Professor of Sociology, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
  • Professor Barbara Perry, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada
  • Dr Katerina Gachevska, Lecturer in Criminology & Security Studies, Birmingham City University, UK
  • Mr Martin Tunley, Senior Lecturer in Counter Fraud Studies, University of Portsmouth, UK
  • Mr Imran Awan, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, Birmingham City University, UK

    Associate Editors:
    Kaite Emmerson, Terry Gillespie, Dr Mandy Shaw and Matthew Williams.

    Publishing Editor and Marketing Director:
    Jane Bembridge

  • IJC - OPEN PEER REVIEW


    Following a successful trial of the new approach, the IJC is moving to an open peer review process. The process involves publishing the reviewers names, affiliations and comments at the bottom of the reviewed article. There are several reasons for adopting this approach and the pros and cons of open versus anonymous/blind peer review can be found in many papers and discussions on the Internet.

    To read more about the open peer review process Click here

    STUDENT RESOURCE:
    REFERENCING GUIDE

    The IJC is pleased to announce the publication of an updated Referencing Guide for students.
    Compiled by Natasha Chubbuck, Senior Lecturer at the School of Social Sciences, Nottingham Trent University, this referencing guide provides an invaluable resource for all students. Chubbuck details the intricacies and complexities of referencing in a straightforward and concise format, providing the only referencing guide students will need.

    To download Click here


    MASTERS & UNDERGRADUATE DISSERTATIONS

    The IJC publishes Masters and first class undergraduate dissertations.
    It should be noted that these papers are NOT peer reviewed. Papers on the following subjects will be considered: crime or deviance from disciplines of criminology, psychology, social policy, criminal justice, policing, and sociology. History or law papers will be considered.
    To submit an article, please email the IJC Chief Editor: Mike Sutton
    Please ensure your submission is accompanied by your supervisor's contact details so the IJC can verify your work.


    All articles published on the IJC are free access.
    No costs will be incurred for downloading any article published in the IJC.


    Adobe Acrobat Reader To open any of the articles you will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. If you do not have this programme, you can download it free of charge by visiting the Adobe website


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