SAGE Criminal Justice Package
SAGE has been part of the global academic community since 1965, supporting quality research that transforms society and the understanding of individuals, groups, and cultures. They are committed to working together with publishing partners and the scholarly community to support the growing needs and dissemination of pivotal research.
SAGE is the world’s 5th largest journals publisher. Their portfolio includes more than 1,000 journals spanning the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Science, Technology, and Medicine, and more than 400 are published on behalf of learned societies and institutions.
SAGE Journals in HeinOnline
HeinOnline recently reached a new agreement with Sage Publications to bring selected Sage journal content to HeinOnline. There are 34 titles available in the Law Journal Library with a three-year embargo, and now current content will be available for the majority of these journals through four packages.
Contemporary Drug Problems
Contemporary Drug Problems is a scholarly journal that publishes peer-reviewed social science research on alcohol and other psychoactive drugs, licit and illicit. The journal’s orientation is multidisciplinary and international; it is open to any research paper that contributes to social, cultural, historical or epidemiological knowledge and theory concerning drug use and related problems. While Contemporary Drug Problems publishes all types of social science research on alcohol and other drugs, it recognizes that innovative or challenging research can sometimes struggle to find a suitable outlet.
Criminal Justice Policy Review
Criminal Justice Policy Review (CJPR), published quarterly, is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal committed to the study of criminal justice policy through quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methodological approaches. CJPR serves as a bridge between academics, policymakers, and practitioners by publishing sound research that addresses important issues in crime and justice and examines the implementation and effectiveness of criminal justice policies, programs, and practices.
European Journal of Criminology
The European Journal of Criminology is a refereed journal published by SAGE publications and the European Society of Criminology. It provides a forum for research and scholarship on crime and criminal justice institutions. The journal published high quality articles using varied approaches, including discussion of theory, analysis of quantitative data, comparative studies, systematic evaluation of interventions, and study of institutions of political process.
Journal of Criminal Law
The Journal of Criminal Law is a practical tool for students, lecturers and practitioners alike. It provides detailed analysis of what is happening in the courts-at every level from magistrates’ court right up to the House of Lords and the European Court of Human Rights. Case notes, commentary and articles are all presented in an easy to digest format. The journal is for anyone involved in the study, practice and administration of criminal law.
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly (NVSQ), peer-reviewed and published bi-monthly, is an international, interdisciplinary journal for nonprofit sector research dedicated to enhancing our knowledge of nonprofit organizations, philanthropy, and voluntarism by providing cutting-edge research, discussion, and analysis of the field. NVSQ provides a forum for researchers from around the world to publish timely articles from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.
The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles reflects the constantly changing landscape within which policing operates. This includes diverse social, political, technological and organisational activities that affect policing in many countries.
Police Quarterly (PQ), peer-reviewed and published quarterly, is a scholarly journal that publishes theoretical contributions, empirical studies, essays, comparative analyses, critiques, innovative program descriptions, debates, and book reviews on issues related to policing. The only such journal published in North America, PQ seeks to publish both qualitative and quantitative police-related research that emphasizes policy-oriented research of interest to both practitioners and academics.