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New issue of The Archives of Criminology

We are pleased to announce that the first issue of Volume XLI of The Archives of Criminology has just been released. All texts are available to download for free here: The Archives of Criminology

We remind you that this is the first issue published in the new format of our journal, which is a biannual publication starting this year.

The rules for submitting texts have also changed – they are now accepted on an ongoing basis, without any calls for papers. Texts can be submitted via our website after logging in to the system.

We cordially invite you to submit articles. We would like to remind you that The Archives of Criminology has been awarded 20 points on the list of journals published by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.

Subscription orders for the paper version may be sent to the following email addresses: wydnictwo@inp.pan.pl or cin@inp.pan.pl. The price of one copy is PLN 102.00 (gross).

The new issue has been published

May 28, 2021

The editorial committee of the “Archives of Criminology” is very excited to announce that the special issue of our journal titled „Forced labour and child exploitation: Challenges, Perspective, and Social Context” and guest edited by prof. Zbigniew Lasocik (University of Warsaw), prof. John Winterdyk (Mount Royal University) oraz dr Marcel Van der Watt (University of South Africa) has just been published and is available for a free-of-charge download.

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Results of the second edition of international award for young criminologists

November 23, 2020

The editorial board of Archives of Criminology is pleased to announce that the second international competition for outstanding academic articles in the field of criminology by young criminologists has just come to an end. The jury decided to grant two awards:

The winning paper, entitled Crime and Environment: Analysis of Facilities as Crime Risk Factors in Niš, Serbia”, was written by Dušan Stanković – a police officer in the Police Department in Niš, Republic of Serbia.

The second award goes to Andrzej Uhl from Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg for the article “Punishing White-Collar Offenders: Theory and Function”.

Both papers will be published shortly in the upcoming issue of the Archives of Criminology (No. 2/2020) with open access.

Papers submitted to the competition were evaluated by an international jury composed of: Irena Rzeplińska (chairperson of the jury; chairwomen of the Editorial Committee of the “Archives of Criminology”), Beata Gruszczyńska (University of Warsaw), Éva Inzelt (Eötvös Loránd University), Witold Klaus (Institute of Law Studies PAS; editor-in-chief of the “Archives of Criminology”), Krzysztof Krajewski (Jagiellonian University in Krakow), Helmut Kury (University of Freiburg), John Pratt (Victoria University of Wellington), Miroslav Scheinost (Institute of Criminology and Social Prevention), and Aleš Završnik (University of Ljubljana).

We would like to thank all participants in this competition and congratulate the winners!

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„Archiwum Kryminologii” – zobacz online first

April 26, 2020

Już teraz możecie Państwo zapoznać się z pierwszymi artykułami przyjętymi do publikacji w „Archiwum Kryminologii” w anglojęzycznym numerze tematycznym Criminology and Criminal Justice System in the Central and Eastern European Countries 30 years after socio-political transformation, przygotowywanym pod redakcją czterech wybitnych kryminologów z Europy Środkowej (wszyscy byli prezesi European Society of Criminology pochodzący z tego region): prof. dr hab. Krzysztofa Krajewskiego (Uniwersytet Jagielloński), prof. Miklós Lévay (Eötvös Loránd University), prof. Gorazd Meško (University of Maribor) oraz prof. Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović (University of Belgrade).

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W zakładce Online First znajdziecie Państwo artykuły:

  • Yakov Gilinskiy (St Petersburg’s Juridical Institute, University of the General Prosecutor’s Office of Russia), Criminology and the criminal justice system in the Russian Federation after socio-political transformation;
  • Gabriel Oancea (Romanian Academy), Mihai Ioan Micle, The emergence of community control sanctions in the Romanian sanctioning system;
  • Paweł Ostaszewski (Uniwersytet Warszawski), Transition in offences of not paying maintenance in Poland;
  • Jan Váně, Lukáš Dirga (University of West Bohemia  Czechia), The prison chaplain as a part of penitentiary care? Transformation of the Czech prison system after the fall of communism.

a także artykuły do kolejnego numeru półrocznika.

Zachęcamy to niezwykle interesującej lektury.

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Call for papers to the special issue of the Archives of Criminology “Forced labour and child exploitation: Challenges, Perspective, and Social Context”

March 9, 2020

The special issue is edited by three distinguished guest editors – Prof. Zbigniew Lasocik (University of Warsaw, Poland), Prof. John Winterdyk (Mount Royal University, Canada) and Ph.D. Marcel Van der Watt (University of South Africa, South Africa).

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""Archives of Criminology" on the list of ERIH PLUS scientific journals

June 3, 2019

The Archives of Criminology on the ERIH PLUS list

The editorial board of The Archives of Criminology are pleased to announce that the journal The Archives of Criminology, financed by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education under the programme ‘Support for scientific journals’, is now indexed in the ERIH PLUS database.

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Wyniki konkursu Ministerstwa Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego

March 29, 2019

The editorial board of The Archives of Criminology are pleased to announce that the journal has received funding from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education under the programme ‘Support for scientific journals’.

The periodical, as covered by the programme, will be included in the list of scientific journals and reviewed material from international conferences. Academic articles published in The Archives of Criminology will count towards the assessment of academic research (20 points).

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