The Justice Professional

The Justice Professional is a quarterly refereed journal published by Gordon and Breach Publishers. It deals with substantive criminal-final justice and criminological issues and addresses concerns such as victim advocacy, police science, corrections, security management, drug abuse treatment, justice and morality, crime and public policy. The journal also explores the often neglected areas of community-based corrections, restitution, victim-offender mediation, victimology and current controversies, policy dilemmas and future trends and predictions within the criminal justice system. Articles are also accepted in the area of policy making and public administration.
If you are interested in submitting an article for review, please submit typewritten, double-spaced manuscript in quadruplicate, disk and biographical sketch of contributors and mail to: Roslyn Muraskin, Ph.D., Editor-in-Chief Department of Criminal Justice, C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University, Post Hall 3C3, 720 Northern Blvd., Brookville, New York 11548.
Manuscripts should not exceed 25 type-written, double spaced-pages. All footnotes, references, table figures and illustrations must be on separate pages. Tables, figures and illustrations must be camera ready on eight and one half by eleven inch wide paper. Footnotes and bibliographic citations should follow the journal style based upon that followed by the American Psychological Association. Since manuscripts are sent out anonymously editorial evaluation, the authors name and affiliation should appear only on a separate covering page.


Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice

The Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice is affiliated with the Minorities and Women section of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. The first issue will be published in Spring 2002.This unique multidisciplinary journal will be the only publication that focuses exclusively on crime, criminal justice, and ethnicity. As a peer-reviewed journal, we encourage critical analyses of ethnicity and criminal justice; empirical data on criminal justice and ethnicity; international and cross-cultural perspectives of ethnicity and criminal justice; and articles that explore the broad themes of ethnicity and criminal justice and advance theory, research, and policy in these areas. Four copies of each manuscript should be submitted.Volume 1, No. I-Spring 2002. Volume 2, No. I-Spring 2003. Quarterly (4 Issues per volume.} Subscription rates (per volume}: Individuals: $60/Institutions: $140/libraries: $200.
Manuscripts should be approximately 15-20 pages, double-spaced with a one-inch margin on all sides, and should include an abstract of 100 words, a title page, and a brief biographical sketch of the author(s). References, citations, and general style of manuscripts should follow the Chicago style (as outlined in the latest edition of the Manual of Style of APA). References should be double-spaced and placed in alphabetical order.
Send all requests and manuscripts to: Dr. Janice Joseph, Editor, Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice Criminal Justice Program, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, Jim Leeds Road, Pomona, NJ 08240; Tel: (609) 652-4312; Fax: (609) 748-5559; E-mail:


The Department of Criminology invites applications for a 9-month, tenure-earning, Assistant/Advanced Assistant Professor position beginning August, 2004. The successful candidate must have: Ph.D. by time of appointment for appointment as Assistant Professor (ABDs will be considered; those without Ph. D. at time of appointment can only be appointed as Instructor), ability to effectively teach graduate-level research methods and graduate-level introductory to intermediate statistics, and a strong potential for research productivity. Potential for acquiring external funding is highly desired. For consideration as an Advanced Assistant, the candidate must have Ph. D. in hand, demonstrated research productivity, and a strong potential for acquiring external funding. Areas of specialization are open, but expertise in criminological theory, delinquency, substance use/abuse, and/or violence is preferred. The department offers B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees. For information on the department, visit Send letter of application, vitae, representative sample of research, evidence of teaching effectiveness (if available), and three letters of reference to: John K. Cochran, Chair, Search Committee, Department of Criminology, University of South Florida, 4202 E. Fowler Ave. SOC107, Tampa, FL 33620-8100. Applications must be received by December 1, 2003. According to Florida law, applications and search committee meetings are open to the public. The University of Florida is an equal opportunity/affirmative action/equal access institution. For disability accommodations, call Nadine Priester at 813/974-7197.

Applications from women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged. Salaries are competitive and negotiable. Information sessions will be available from department representatives who will be attending the American Society of Criminology meetings in Denver, CO from November 19-22, 2003.

To apply,send a letter of application, vitae, three letters of reference, representative samples of research and, if available, evidence of teaching effectiveness to: Dr. John K.Cochran, Chair Search Committee, Department of Criminology, University of South Florida, 4202 E. Fowler Ave., SOC107, Tampa, FL 33260-8100. Application deadline is December 1, 2003, though a review of applications will begin immediately. Candidates selected for interviews will be asked to provide an official transcript that verifies receipt of their highest degree. The University of South Florida is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Equal Access institution. For disability accommodations, call 813/974-7197. According to Florida law, applications and meetings regarding them are open to the public. For ADA accommodations, please contact Nadine Priester at 813/974-7197at least five working days prior.