The Journal of Forensic Behavioral Health
The Journal of Forensic Behavioral Health (JFBH) is a free electronic peer-reviewed journal for articles that examine behavioral and mental health issues in the criminal justice, forensic, and legal systems (e.g. law enforcement, case management, child protective services, domestic violence, first responders, and community supervision). Focus is on those populations who have a history of offending or are at risk for offending along with victims and family of those who offend. Within this broad framework, the mission of JFBH is to present innovative research and informative reviews in an accessible and adoptable format for practitioners and professionals. Published annually, articles that emphasize behavioral and mental health as it relates to criminal justice, forensic, and legal systems will be prioritized. Unless otherwise noted, JFBH publications will be peer-reviewed by two or more independent reviewers with relevant expertise.
The Journal of Special Populations
This journal will publish scholarly work on groups who may be disadvantaged, vulnerable, or underserved in criminal justice, social service, and mental health settings.
Health Systems Management Journal
The Health Systems Management Journal (HSMJ) accepts manuscripts from health systems management, health care services, global health care and public health.
Journal publishes scholarly works in behavioral health.
Journal of Military Science and Research
The Journal of Global Health Care Systems
The purpose of the Journal of Global Health Care Systems is to publish cutting edge works on systems for health delivery.
Ustawi Journal of Global Affairs and Public Policy
The Journal of Law Enforcement
The Journal of Law Enforcement carries scholarly work on law enforcement from countries around the world.
The Journal of Global Gender Studies
The purpose of the JGGS is to publish important work on matters pertaining to women and other marginalized groups at individual, family, community, nation, and global levels. Papers published span the areas of policy, education, environment, health, immigration, and justice. All papers are subject to peer-review. Each paper is reviewed by at least two reviewers, and an editor designated to navigate the paper through the publishing process.