Open, inclusive, and broad in focus, the series publishes scholarship on a wide range of crime and justice issues, including the exploration of understudied subjects relating to crime, its causes, and attendant social responses. Of particular interest are works that examine emerging topics or that shed new light on more richly studied subjects. Volumes in the series might explore emerging forms of deviance and crime, critical perspectives on crime and justice, international and transnational considerations of and responses to legal violations, innovative ways to reduce criminal behavior, and alternate forms of response by communities and justice systems to disorder, delinquency, and criminality. Both single-authored studies and collections of original edited content are welcome.
Series editor, Joseph A. Schafer
Joseph A. Schafer is a professor in and the chair of the department of criminology and criminal justice at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. He is the author of more than forty scholarly journal articles, more than two dozen book chapters and essays, and four books, the most recent of which is Effective Leadership in Policing: Successful Traits and Habits.
QUERIES AND SUBMISSIONS
Joseph A. Schafer, Series Editor
Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Carbondale, IL 62901-4504
Sponsoring Editor, Kristine Priddy
BOARD OF ADVISERS
Beth M. Huebner, University of Missouri–St. Louis
Natalie Kroovand Hipple, Indiana University
John P. Jarvis, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Justin W. Patchin, University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire
Sean P. Varano, Roger Williams University