SpringerBriefs in International and Comparative Criminology presents concise summaries of cutting edge research across the fields of Criminology and Criminal Justice. It publishes small but impactful volumes of between 50-125 pages, with a clearly defined focus. The series covers a broad range of Criminology research from experimental design and methods, to brief reports and regional studies, to policy-related applications.
The scope of the series spans the field of Criminology and Criminal Justice, with an aim to be on the leading edge and continue to advance research highlighting regional, international, and comparative research. The series is cross-disciplinary, including a broad array of topics, including policing, organized crime, counter-terrorism, crime prevention, and penology, including local case studies, policy analysis, controlled experiments, and methodological reports.
SpringerBriefs in International and Comparative Criminology will be of interest to a broad range of researchers and practitioners working in Criminology and Criminal Justice Research and in related academic fields such as Sociology, Psychology, Public Health, Economics and Political Science.