Previously published as British Journal of Forensic Practice
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The Journal of Forensic Practice offers a constructive and challenging interpretation of a wide range of research and forensic practice that informs ways of working for both individuals and wider organisations. Its content relates to criminology, psychology and evidence-based practice.
The journal is peer reviewed and both multi-agency and multidisciplinary in its outlook. In addition to refereed articles, the editors also welcome papers giving viewpoints and perspectives from practitioners and commentators on/in the criminal and civil justice systems. Contributions are invited from researchers, managers and practitioners in the forensic field.
The journal is committed to keeping professionals up to date and we welcome submissions on all aspects of forensic application across a range of forensic environments, such as prison services, NHS forensic settings, private providers and private practice.
Each issue provides:
The Journal of Forensic Practice is vital for everyone involved in forensic practice. It is a hugely valuable source of information and intelligence for academics, universities and colleges, practitioners, managers, people working in forensic settings, mental health and learning disability services, NHS and primary care trusts, social workers, nurses, psychologists, psychiatrists, the police, probation officers, health boards, education, local authorities, local government, service users and students.
Journal of Forensic Practice is available as part of an online subscription to the Emerald Health & Social Care eJournals Collection. For more information, please email email@example.com or visit the Emerald Health & Social Care eJournals Collection page.
This journal is a member of and subscribes to the
principles of the Committee on Publication Ethics.