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Security Journal
Palgrave Macmillan UK

Security Journal

Editors: B.S. Fisher; M. Gill

ISSN: 0955-1662 (print version)
ISSN: 1743-4645 (electronic version)

Journal no. 41284

Palgrave Macmillan UK

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  • Aims and Scope

    Aims and Scope


    The Security Journal is a dynamic publication that keeps you informed about the latest developments and techniques in security management. Written in an accessible style, it is the world's premier peer-reviewed journal for today's security researcher and professional. The journal is affiliated to ASIS International and has an advisory board which includes representatives from major associations, expert practitioners and leading academics.

    The Security Journal publishes papers at the cutting edge in developing ideas and improving practice, focusing on the latest research findings on all aspects of security. Regular features include personal opinions and informed comment on key issues in security, as well as incisive reviews of books, videos and official reports.

    What are the benefits of subscribing?

    Learn from evaluations of the latest security measures, policies and initiatives; keep up-to-date with new techniques for managing security, as well as the latest findings and recommendations of independent research; understand new perspectives and how they inform the theory and practice of security management.

    What makes the journal distinct?

    Articles are jargon free and independently refereed; papers are at the cutting edge in developing ideas and improving practice; we have appointed an Advisory Board which includes representatives from leading associations, skilled practitioners and the world's leading academics.

    How does the journal inform?

    The Security Journal publishes innovative papers highlighting the latest research findings on all aspects of security; incisive reviews of books, videos and official reports; personal opinions and informed comment on key issues.

    Topics covered include:
    • fraud
    • evaluations of security measures
    • shop theft
    • burglary
    • organised crime
    • computer and information security
    • repeat victimisation
    • violence within the work place
    • private policing
    • insurance
    • regulation of the security industry
    • CCTV
    • tagging
    • access control
    • aviation security
    • health and safety
    • armed robbery
    • designing out crime
    • security staff
    • offenders' views

    Please note that the journal does not accept technical or mathematic submissions or research based on formulas or prototypes.

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