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The Police Journal

Theory, Practice and Principles

eISSN: 17405599 | ISSN: 0032258X | Current volume: 97 | Current issue: 2 Frequency: Quarterly

The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research studies, conceptual articles, theoretical overviews or reviews, and articles on good practice or practice evaluation, to reflect the constantly changing landscape in which police personnel around the World operate.

It seeks to encourage policing practitioners and academic researchers to submit articles for publication that focus on real World policing issues such as cybercrime, criminal investigation, police management, crime prevention, public engagement, and threats to domestic and international security.

The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles provides a platform for theory, research and practice to come together to advance all knowledge of different areas and diverse aspects of policing, by publishing contemporary articles written by practitioners, academics and other contributors from different national and international police perspectives providing a wide range of ideas, opinions and experience.

 

The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles is a peer-reviewed journal that provides a platform in which theory, research and practice come together to advance knowledge in different areas and diverse aspects of policing. It seeks to do so through the international dissemination of contemporary articles written by practitioners, academics and other contributors from different national and international police perspectives, providing a wide range of ideas, opinions and experience.

The focus of this journal is on real world policing issues, such as cybercrime, criminal investigation, police management, crime prevention, public engagement, and threats to domestic and international security.

The Editors welcome contributions from police and policing related researchers from both within and outside the UK, so that policing knowledge, research, experience and practice can be shared as widely as possible.

Editor
Jason Roach University of Huddersfield, UK
Co-Editor
Jim Foley Metropolitan Police, UK
Social Media Editor
Leanne Monchuk University of Huddersfield, UK
Book Reviews Editor
Michelle Rogerson University of Huddersfield, UK
Editorial Board
Nik Adams West Yorkshire Police, UK
Cheryl Allsop University of South Wales, UK
Rachel Armitage University of Huddersfield, UK
Roy Bailey Independent, UK
Michael Barton Chief Constable of Durham Constabulary, UK
Robin Bryant Canterbury Christ Church University, UK
Ash Cartwright Professor of Informatics at Leeds Beckett University, UK
David R. Englert Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department/Mecklenburg County, USA
Ivar Fahsing Detective Chief Superintendent, Norwegian Police University College, Norway
Eric Hickey Walden University, USA
Gillian Leake Principal Forensic Services, UK
Michelle McManus University of Central Lancashire, UK
Jess Miller University of Cambridge, UK
Nicky Miller The Open University, UK
Andrew Newton Nottingham Trent University, UK
Ken Pease University College London, UK
Roger Pegram Greater Manchester Police, UK
Lauren Poultney South Yorkshire Police, UK
Paul Quinton College of Policing, UK
Karl Roberts Western Sydney University, Sydney, Australia
Kim Rossmo Texas State University, USA
Mark Roycroft Open University, UK
C. Gabrielle Salfati John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York, USA
Helen Selby-Fell The Open University, UK
Aiden Sidebottom University College London, UK
Andrew Stafford Universtiy of Gloucestershire, UK
Steve Tong Canterbury Christ Church University, UK
Dave Walsh De Montfort University, Leicester, UK
Anna Williams University of Huddersfield, UK
Dominic Willmott Loughbrough University, UK
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  • OCLC (library – tbc)
  • ProQuest: Psychology Module
  • Scopus
  • Westlaw Database

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