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Call for papers for publication in SC

Safer Communities journal invites the submission of papers for peer review.

Submissions should fit with the journal’s mission to be accessible, readable, challenging and current.

Current commissioning topics include (but are not limited to):
  • restorative justice 
  • gang policy and practice
  • youth transitions and the implications for crime/offending
  • payment by results
  • anti-social behaviour
  • media and crime.

Submissions can be made at the following link:
The journal’s author guidelines can be found here:

Journal audience
SC is relevant to all those involved in researching or working in community safety, community justice and youth justice.
  • Researchers (including academics, students, criminologists, psychologists and sociologists)
  • Practitioners (all those working in community safety or involved in tackling crime, including: managers and practitioners in services, social workers, the police, community safety officers, probation officers, magistrates and community groups)
  • Policy makers (including government and public policy makers, charities and campaigning and advocacy organizations).