First issue of new Crime, Security and Society journal is out now!
Posted by Megan Taylor on 2018-02-08
We are excited to announce the publication of the first issue of our brand new Crime, Security and Society journal.
What does the journal cover?Crime, Security and Society is an academic journal, housed within the Secure Societies Institute, which seeks a wide and diverse audience of academics and practitioners who strive to better understand and reduce both current and future crime and security threats experienced by many societies, to encourage collaborative thinking from disciplines as seemingly distinct as; computer science, precision engineering, forensic biology, linguistics, cognitive neuroscience, organic chemistry, and criminal psychology. This first issue has some really interesting articles which bring together strands of research to look at key issues facing society. The articles include:
Henderson, Julie and Armitage, Rachel If the Shoe Fits: Proposing a Randomised Control Trial on the effect of a digitised in-custody footwear technology compared to a paper-based footwear method. DOI: 10.5920/css.2018.02 .
Ignatans, Dainis and Roebuck, Timothy Do more immigrants equal more crime? Drawing a bridge between first generation immigrant concentration and recorded crime rates. DOI: 10.5920/css.2018.03 .
Mendelsohn, James Closing the loophole: time to clip Hizballah’s ‘wings’. DOI: 10.5920/css.2018.04 .
Vanin, Stefano F orensic Entomology:an overview. DOI: 10.5920/css.2018.05Crime, Security and Society is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed publication with an applied focus on crime and security issues. Research papers co-authored by academics and practitioners from different disciplines (or fields) that would not ordinarily publish collaborative research together, are particularly sought, as are those of both interest and utility to academics, practitioners (e.g. police and security personnel) and policy makers. We hope you enjoy the first issue and, if you would like to get in touch with the journal team, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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