Journal of Community Justice
(Formerly Journal of Community Corrections)

Editors: Randy Shively & Kimberly G. Sperber
Emeritus Editor: Donald G. Evans

The journal of “what works” in community-based offender treatment, supervision, re-entry and reintegration....

The official journal of the International Community Justice Association (ICJA), Journal of Community Justice (JCJ) is the most widely read and widely respected journal of policy, research, and programs for community-based rehabilitation and treatment of offenders. The original “what works” journal of evidence-based interventions, JCJ brings readers the best thinking of today’s foremost experts in articles that are written, designed, and edited to stimulate action and achieve results.

The journal was published as IARCA Journal from 1988 until 2002, and as ICCA's Journal of Community Corrections (ISSN 1546-7627) from 2003 through 2021.

Related Publications:
Criminal Justice Research Review

Journal of Offender Monitoring
Probation & Parole Law Reports




Format: Journal
Frequency: Quarterly
ISSN: 2767-4304
eISSN: 2767-4312
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