National FORUM Journal of Criminal Justice Studies
Electronic and Postal Submission Accepted
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CONTACT INFORMATION: REVIEW PROCESS:
William Allan Kritsonis, Editor-in-Chief Acceptance Rate: 15%
National FORUM Journal of Criminal Justice Invited Articles: 11-20%
National FORUM Journals Type of Review: Blind Review
17603 Bending Post Drive External Reviewers: 3+
Houston, TX 77095 USA In-House Reviewers: 3+
Time to Review: 1-2 months
PUBLICATION INFORMATION: MANUSCRIPT SPECIFICATION:
Sponsor/Publisher: Manuscript Style:
National FORUM Society of Educators / American Psychological Association
National FORUM Journals
Frequency of Issue: 6-15
Launch Date: 3
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