Aims and Scope
The Mid-Southern Journal of Criminal Justice is the official journal of the West Virginia Criminal Justice Educators’ Association (WVCJEA). The Mid-Southern Journal of Criminal Justice is an open access, peer-reviewed, annual publication suited for audiences that are academic, practice-oriented, and student-driven. The focus covers a wide array of topics and issues that can be situated in a criminological or criminal justice context. That is, papers may be driven by various theoretical orientations or use a systems approach or practice, allowing for a broad range of methodologies. The aim of The Mid-Southern Journal of Criminal Justice is to serve as a vehicle for the dissemination of information specific to the disciplines of criminology and criminal justice.
Abstracting and Indexing
The Mid-Southern Journal of Criminal Justice is indexed in Google Scholar, CrossRef, and Browzine.
The journal is published annually online with free and open access to its contents.