May 21, 2017

Four years ago, the Internet Journal of Criminology (IJC) published my co-authored article (Sutton and Hodgson 2013). That article originally proves that so-called British Home Office "research" into the effectiveness of beat policing is based on nothing more than a lu...

April 29, 2017

On April 10th 2017 Dato' Captain Razali Yaacob - Chairman of the Netherlands Maritime Institute of Technology (NMIT) spent some time talking with me, and with some of my fellow academic colleagues from Nottingham Trent University, about our years of experience working...

March 18, 2017

In 1990 the British Government Department known as the Home

Office published its Research and Planning Unit Paper 59. This contained the results of the first trial of unit fines experiments in England and Wales in four magistrates’ courts that were in: Basingstoke, Brad...

March 13, 2017

Today our Chief Editor, Dr Mike Sutton, Reader in Criminology at Nottingham Trent University, met with Dato' HJ. Azam Bin Baki, Chief Commissioner (Operations) of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) at Nottingham Trent University. 

They can be seen here...

March 12, 2017

The Internet Journal of Criminology is an excellent place to publish your peer reviewed articles. I will be writing a post on that topic soon.

In this blog post I write about other papers you can publish in our primary research papers section. What better way to lead th...

March 7, 2017

We're delighted to announce that our Edited Collections Editor is also now taking on the role of Commissioning Editor at the IJC. Dr Kassim Noor Mohamed is Principal Lecturer - External Engagement (International) at Nottingham Trent University. he brings a wealth of ex...

October 11, 2016

Read the new edited collection from the IJC focusing on the crime-related effects of resource-based #boomtowns.  The focus of the articles that make up this spe

October 9, 2016

In the meanwhile read about the problem of zombie cops in voodoo criminology ...

The widely held criminological ‘knowledge’ that foot patrol beat policing is ineffective at either arresting offenders or reducing crime is substantially supported by research conducted by...

September 7, 2016

Following a successful trial of the new approach, the IJC is moving to an open peer review process. The process involves publishing the reviewer's names, affiliations and comments at the bottom of the reviewed article. There are several reasons for adopting this approa...

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