THE OLDEST STATE LEVEL CRIMINAL JUSTICE ORGANIZATION IN THE UNITED STATES
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The Journal of Criminal Justice Professionals (JCJP) is an official journal of the North Carolina Criminal Justice Association (NCCJA). JCJP provides a forum for the examination, discussion and debate of a broad range of issues concerning post-secondary education in criminal justice, criminology and related areas. The aim of JCJP is to enhance the quality of higher education in criminal justice and criminology. JCJP is an education-oriented journal for those undertaking educational and academic endeavors in the fields of criminal justice and criminology. Quality articles that address specific educational or academic issues in these areas are encouraged and will be considered for publication. Articles that deal principally with training, theory or research unrelated to criminal justice education are not likely to be considered or accepted for publication.

JCJP ARTICLE SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
There are no fees for submission of articles or publication of articles.  The Journal of Criminal Justice Professionals is a refereed non-profit journal with specific focus on criminal and juvenile justice issues.  It provides a forum for practitioners to not only learn and share information with each other, but also an opportunity to remain current with the latest trends in the discipline.  The journal specifically encourages the exploration of ALL sides of situations and events occurring in criminal and juvenile justice.

The editors accept conceptual articles, research articles or notes, book reviews and discussion pieces.

JCJP ARTICLE SUBMISSION
Journal of Criminal Justice Professionals accepts submissions via the web-based JCJP Article Submission Web Portal. It allows authors to submit papers from around the world, needing only access to a web browser. The system enables the JCJP editor to manage articles electronically and to give the relevant reviewers access to those articles online for completion of their reviews. To submit your article online, first read the instructions for authors, then submit your completed article using the JCJP Article Submission Web Portal.


JCJP ARCHIVES
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JCJP EDITOR
Co-editors of the Journal of Criminal Justice Professionals (JCJP) are Mary Jackson and Elizabeth Marsal.

Inquiries Regarding JCJP should be sent to:

Mary S. Jackson, Ph.D.
Professor - Criminal Justice
North Carolina Wesleyan College
3400 Wesleyan Blvd.
Rocky Mt., N.C. 27840
(252) 916-6531
Elizabeth S. Marsal, PhD
Associate Professor and Criminal Justice Coordinator
North Carolina Wesleyan College
3400 N. Wesleyan Blvd.
Rocky Mount, NC  27804
(252) 985-5362
(252) 985-5109 fax
emarsal@ncwc.edu