Now launching the International Journal of Missing Persons

After several years in the making, the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice in collaboration with San Jose State University are pleased to launch the new International Journal of Missing Persons. This new peer reviewed, international journal covers all research related to missing persons, from studies on day to day missing person cases, large scale disappearances, search and rescue, human trafficking, cyber crime, forensic identification, investigations, justice policy and practice concerns, as well as research into the experience of being missing and the impact of individuals going missing on their families and friends, and more.

If you are a Criminology student, why not bookmark this new journal or set up a new content alert so you can easily keep abreast of the latest developments in this field? If you are a researcher looking to publish on any aspect of missing persons, why not consider submitting your manuscript to this new, international, peer reviewed scholarly journal?

Man holding a plank of wood, but above the level of the plank he is missing - his face and body having disappeared from the photograph.

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