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CPKN & JCSWB Partnership

We are thrilled to announce that the Canadian Police Knowledge Network (CPKN) and the Journal of Community Safety and Well-being (JCSWB) are partnering in our efforts to increase awareness for our respective activities to each of our online communities. The purpose of the exchange is to highlight relevant information to the shared communities of police, researchers and stakeholders, alike.

CPKN and the journal staff at SG Publishing have worked together in developing an exciting schedule of tweets, newsletters, banner ads and announcements!  We hope you find this information beneficial and interesting. Our shared goal is to expand the reach of the JCSWB to the CPKN audience, encouraging submissions and readership engagement, while also highlighting the courses and activities of CPKN to our journal’s readership. It just makes sense!

Journal Backgrounder:

The Journal of CSWB is the flagship publication of the Community Safety Knowledge Alliance (CSKA), a Canada based consortium of public, private and academic interests which aims to advance the knowledge, social science and evidence base in support of multi-sector approaches to building stronger and healthier individuals, families and communities in Canada and beyond.

Why the Journal is Impactful:

The Journal of CSWB is a peer-reviewed and open access publication that is positioned to be the authoritative global resource for high-impact research that spans all human service and criminal justice sectors. The journal showcases the latest research, originating from within Canada and/or abroad, and relevant to Canadian and international communities and professionals. The journal aims to attract a broad audience of multi-sector policymakers, practitioners and researchers worldwide. In 2018, the journal became the official peer-reviewed publication of the global Law Enforcement Public Health community (LEPH).

Increase your Knowledge:

The journal publishes original works that may include Original Research (both Quantitative and Qualitative Studies), Social Innovation Papers, Policy and Systemic Change Propositions, Random Control Trials and other Experimentation, Program and Horizontal Evaluations, Review Articles, Practice Guidelines, and thought-provoking Editorials and Commentaries.