The “Kriminologisches Journal” (KrimJ) is a quarterly scientific journal which is published by Beltz-Juventa. The journal features original scientific articles, discussion papers, practice and research reports on criminological theory and practice in German and English language. The thematic focus is on critical approaches to the structures and measures of social control bodies. All manuscripts undergo selective editorial and peer-review assessment prior to acceptance for publication. The peer-review process is strictly anonymous.

The “Kriminologisches Journal” is available both in print and online. Single issues and subscriptions are available at Beltz Juventa.


CfP "Inequalities in a diverse world

British Society of Criminology Conference, 6-8 July 2016, Nottingham Conference Centre

First Call for Papers

To complete an abstract form and register for the conference.

Abstract Submission Deadline: 23rd May 2016

Keynote Speakers

  • Kelly Hannah-Moffat, University of Toronto
  • Will Hutton, University of Oxford

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