Journal of Community Justice
The Journal of Community Justice is a quarterly publication focused on policy, research, and community-based programs serving criminal-legal system involved individuals.
Written, designed, and edited to stimulate conversation and improve outcomes, the journal reflects some of the best thinking from today’s thought leaders working at the intersection of public safety, public health, and housing and employment services. As the official publication of the International Community Justice Association, the journal features articles from researchers and practitioners deeply engaged in the field — many of whom are association members.
Formerly the Journal of Community Corrections — the original "what works" journal of evidence-based interventions — the Journal of Community Justice is published by the Civic Research Institute. Association members enjoy unlimited access to the journal including past editions of the Journal of Community Corrections. If your membership has expired renew online or contact us.
The Journal of Community Justice is open to submissions to publish. View the attached document for submission requirements and instructions.