Call for Papers – Journal of Forensic Practice

The Journal of Forensic Practice (JFP) is welcoming the submission of papers.

The Journal of Forensic Practice provides a forum for researchers and practitioners on all aspects of forensic application across a range of forensic environments, such as prison services, forensic settings and private providers. JFP covers the practical application of theories and research to inform good practice for individuals and wider organizations. Multi-agency and multidisciplinary in its outlook, the journal includes perspectives from criminology, psychology and sociology in relation to the criminal and civil justice systems.

Contributions are welcomed internationally from academics, researchers, managers and practitioners in the forensic field. JFP publishes papers applying qualitative and quantitative approaches, and all papers published are double-blind peer-reviewed. The journal was previously published as British Journal of Forensic Practice.

Submission Guidelines

To submit your research, please visit the journal’s ScholarOne website:

In preparing papers, authors are asked to follow the standard JFP Author Guidelines, which are available here

If you have any questions about the submission process, please contact JFP’s Editors, Dr Neil Gredecki ([email protected]) and Dr Carol A. Ireland ([email protected]), or the journal’s Publisher, Danielle Crow ([email protected]).