|Asia Pacific Journal of Police & Criminal Justice|
Asia Pacific Journal of Police & Criminal Justice (APJPCJ) – formerly, Asian Policing – is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal that is published twice a year by the Asian Association of Police Studies (AAPS). The journal aims to provide a meaningful forum for exchange of knowledge, information, and research outcomes among academicians, researchers, practitioners and policy-makers on all aspects of police and criminal justice in the Asia-Pacific region. With the unique regional focus, the primary emphasis will be on comparative perspectives among countries in Asia, North America, South America, and Oceania.The journal publishes theoretical papers, conceptual papers, empirical research, in-depth literature review, and comparative studies that significantly contribute to the knowledge of police and criminal justice in the Asia-Pacific region. Practitioners and policy-makers also are encouraged to submit articles focusing on new ideas, new policies, and the evaluation of innovative strategies. Analytical book reviews will also be considered for publication.