Crime & Delinquency
Applied Criminology | Corrections/Penology | Critical Issues in Criminology and Criminal Justice
Crime & Delinquency (CAD), peer-reviewed and published 8 times per year, is a policy-oriented journal offering a wide range of research and analysis for the scholar and professional in criminology and criminal justice. CAD focuses on issues and concerns that impact the criminal justice system, including the social, political and economic contexts of criminal justice, as well as the victims, criminals, courts and sanctions.
Crime & Delinquency is a valuable resource for policy-makers, scholars, administrators, and researchers in the criminal justice field. Each issue brings you sound, practical policy and program analyses.
Crime & Delinquency is a policy-oriented journal for the professional with direct involvement in the criminal justice field. Addressing specific policy or program implications, Crime & Delinquency focuses on the following areas:
- The social, political and economic context
- The victim and the offender
- The criminal justice response
- The setting and implications of sanctions
Research and Analysis
This outstanding journal brings you a wide range of research and analysis spanning the criminal justice field. In addition to exploring the social, political and economic contexts of criminal justice, Crime & Delinquency examines the victims, criminals, courts and sanctions.
The information you need to stay on top of your field is at your fingertips with Crime & Delinquency. You’ll have access to:
- Practical research findings
- Debates on current issues
- Program/policy implications
- Future directions in the field
- Reviews of current literature
Crime & Delinquency occasionally supplements its broad coverage with Special Issues focusing on topics of pressing social concern. Guest edited by experts in the field, the journal’s Special Issues provide a balanced study of their subject.
Crime & Delinquency is a peer reviewed, policy-oriented journal for the scholar and professional with an interest in the field of criminology and criminal justice. The journal was developed to focus on a wide variety of issues and concerns that impact the criminal justice system.
|Danielle Marie Carkin||Stonehill College, USA|
|Jennifer Cobbina||Michigan State University, USA|
|Karen Parker||University of Delaware, USA|
|Alex R. Piquero||University of Miami, USA|
|Max Abrahms||Northeastern University, USA|
|Geoffrey Alpert||University of South Carolina, USA|
|Anita Blowers||University of North Carolina-Charlotte, USA|
|Alfred Blumstein||Carnegie Mellon University, USA|
|Robert Bohm||University of Central Florida, USA|
|Meda Chesney-Lind||University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA|
|Jaeyong Choi||West Chester University, USA|
|Julius Debro||University of Washington, USA|
|Walter Dekeseredy||West Virginia University, USA|
|Jared Dmello||Sam Houston State University, USA|
|James O. Finkenauer||Rutgers University, Newark, USA|
|Patrick R. Gartin||Missouri State University, USA|
|Bill King||Boise State University, USA|
|Barry Krisberg||University of California, Berkeley, USA|
|Jodi Lane||University of Florida, USA|
|Krissi Levan||University of Idaho, Moscow, USA|
|Lin Liu||Florida International University, USA|
|Alan Lizotte||State University of New York, Albany, USA|
|Rimonda Maroun||Endicott College, USA|
|Susan McNeeley||Minnesota Department of Corrections, USA|
|Alida Merlo||Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA|
|Fawn Ngo||University of South Florida, USA|
|Nick Petersen||University of Miami, USA|
|Alex R. Piquero||University of Miami, USA|
|Joan Reid||University of South Florida, USA|
|Kanika Samuels-Wortley||Carleton University, Canada|
|Christine Sellers||University of South Florida, USA|
|Risdon Slate||Florida Southern University, USA|
|Anamika Twyman-Ghoshal||University of Gloucestershire, UK|
|Gennaro Vito||University of Louisville, USA|
|Patricia Warren||Florida State University, USA|
|Jason Williams||Montclair University, USA|
|Tom Winfree||New Mexico State University, USA|
|Jennifer Wong||Simon Fraser University, Canada|
Crime and Delinquency Manuscript Submission Guidelines:
All submissions must be in a Word format.
The title page is a separate Word file which includes:
- title of the article
- author's (and co-authors) full name, current position, affiliation, institutional and email address, telephone and fax numbers
- up to five key words as it should appear if it were to be published
- a short biographical note of each author as it should appear if it were to be published.
Notes: a) Be sure to include all contact information for co-authors, and b) If there are multiple authors, please indicate the designated corresponding author.
Manuscripts should be submitted electronically through the online submission system, SAGETrack, at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/cad
Graphics should be stored and sent as a separate Word file.
Each manuscript should begin with an abstract of 100-120 words.
Manuscripts should not exceed 30 typed pages inclusive. Submissions exceeding 30 typed, double-spaced pages, Times New Roman font, Size 12 pitch, with notes, references, tables, and figures (the latter two to be held to a minimum) on separate pages will be accepted only in exceptional cases.
Manuscripts must be written in English.
References should follow the guidelines indicated in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (7th ed.). Note: Use endnotes rather than footnotes.
Manuscripts are reviewed internally before they are sent out to external review – up to 5 business days during peak times of the year.
Articles will normally be refereed by three or four external reviewers.
You should expect to hear from the journal within 6-8 weeks of submission, after peer-review process has been completed.
Copyright. Before publication authors are required to assign copyright to SAGE Publications. The transfer of copyright form can be accessed by clicking here.
SAGE Choice: If authors or their funder wish their article to be freely available online to nonsubscribers immediately upon publication (gold open access), they can opt for it to be included in SAGE Choice, subject to the payment of a publication fee. The manuscript submission and peer review procedure is unchanged. On acceptance of the article, author will be asked to let SAGE know directly if he/she is choosing SAGE Choice. To check journal eligibility and the publication fee, please visit SAGE Choice. For more information on open access options and compliance at SAGE, including self/author archiving deposits (green open access) visit SAGE Publishing Policies on our Journal Author Gateway.
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