JCJE Call for Abstracts

March 05, 2020


Journal of Criminal Justice Education SPECIAL ISSUE

Teaching about Victimization in the #MeToo Era


Guest Editors: Lisa Growette Bostaph, Boise State University, Alison Cares, University of Central Florida, and Bonnie S. Fisher, University of Cincinnati

Quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research designs are welcome.

Call for abstracts: We invite those who are interested to submit a 250-word abstract that describes their proposed article.  Included in this abstract are:  1) the objectives of the article, 2) a description of the methodology and 3) findings, if relevant.  Abstracts need to be emailed as a Microsoft Word document to SPECIALISSUEJCJE@GMAIL.COM no later than May 1, 2020.

CALL FOR PAPERS: Upcoming Special Issue of Victims & Offenders

February 27, 2020

The Changing Face of Financial Crime: New Technologies, New Offenders, New Victims, and New Strategies for Prevention and Control

Special Issue Editor: Donald Rebovich, Utica College

We welcome papers that address one or more of these questions drawing on qualitative or quantitative methods. Prior to submitting a paper, please email a 500-word abstract/proposal to Donald Rebovich ( by March 30, 2020.  If your abstract/proposal is selected, we will invite you to submit a paper to this special issue. Due date for final manuscript submission will be June 15, 2020.All submissions will undergo anonymous peer review.

If you have questions, please contact the Corresponding Guest Editor: Donald Rebovich at [Note:  Please put “Special Issue” in the subject line. ]

International Journal of Criminal Justice (KIC IJCJ) Reviewer Recruit

February 08, 2020

Korean Institute of Criminology is seeking reviewers for its English journal "International Journal of Criminal Justice (IJCJ)". KOSCA regular members are eligible for the application. We greatly appreciate your interest.  


​한국형사정책연구원에서는 International Journal of Criminal Justice (IJCJ) 저널의 Reviewer 를 모집합니다.

KOSCA 정회원 분들만 지원이 가능하며, 소정의 논문심사비가 지급될 예정입니다. 많은 관심 부탁 드립니다. 

KIC Solicitation for ‘Criminal Justice System and Policy: A Comparative Study of the U.S. and Korea’ 

February 08, 2020

Dear KOSCA members,


I am pleased to share information regarding a new solicitation with you.


With this solicitation, the Korean Institute of Criminology (KIS) in collaboration with the Korean Society of Criminology in America (KOSCA) seeks applications for funding for ‘Criminal Justice System and Policy: A Comparative Study of the U.S. and Korea’  in order to address the strategic priorities and objectives to innovate the Criminal Justice System in South Korea. Specifically, the KIS and KOSCA seek applications for funding research on evidence-based protocols and policies for the enforcement of Korean criminal justice systems.


Applicants must register with KOCA membership (Life-time member and/or regular member) prior to submitting an application. Preference will be given to young scholars, junior faculty, and/or a team project.  


All applications are due by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on March 1, 2020. All applications should be submitted to Dr. Hyoungah Park at Washburn University:  


In addition, any questions concerning the proposal of the solicitation should be submitted to the Korean Institute of Criminology (KIC):  

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