Announcements

Welcome Announcement from CSKA Board Chair, Deputy Minister Dale McFee

 

On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Community Safety Knowledge Alliance, I am excited to welcome you to this groundbreaking new Journal of Community Safety and Well Being. The Journal has been part of our original vision from the start. Our CSKA mission is to move research to practice to alignment across the full spectrum of human services. We regard the peer reviewed Journal of CSWB as a foundation for this, one through which we can all share in the creation and dissemination of reliable knowledge and emerging social science to support social innovation and institutional reforms. We envision the Journal will become a repository of best practices that will source real-time research and solutions to practitioners.

We look forward to assembling a Canadian and global community of contributing authors, and to engaging in a continuing and active dialogue with our readers from every sector that has a role to play in building safe and healthy communities.

Dale McFee
Chair, Community Safety Knowledge Alliance
Deputy Minister of Corrections and Policing, Ministry of Justice
Government of Saskatchewan

 
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Introductory Remarks from CSKA Interim CEO Cal Corley

 

“Write to be understood, speak to be heard, read to grow”.
– Lawrence Clark Powell

The Community Safety Knowledge Alliance (CSKA) is excited to launch The Journal of Community Safety and Well Being.

Profound changes to the design, organization and co-production of community safety and well being are taking shape in pockets across Canada – most significantly in Saskatchewan and Ontario. Sustaining and improving upon such strategic shifts requires a continuous feed of new evidence-based knowledge that is then translated into purposeful strategies and actions. CSKA does just that. Established in July 2015, CSKA is a government-supported non-profit organization whose research and other activities inform professional practices, community safety and well-being system alignment, and provide evidence-based knowledge to support practitioners and decision makers at all levels.

The Journal is the flagship of our multi-faceted communications strategy aimed at getting important knowledge and information into the hands of those who need it in a timely and digestible manner.

This exciting new medium will provide global reach for those with pertinent knowledge to share as well as for those seeking to develop or expand their own reference base in this evolving field of social science.

I would also like to extend our sincere appreciation to everyone at Multimed Inc., our Canadian-based publisher. And last but not least, deep thanks and appreciation to inaugural Editor-in-Chief, Norman Taylor, whose vision, leadership and steadfast efforts have been critical to all of this. As you will see as the Journal matures, we will all benefit from his efforts.

Cal Corley
Interim CEO,
Community Safety Knowledge Alliance

 
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Our Continuing Call for Papers

 

The Journal of CSWB is actively seeking papers in all our publication types and subject categories. Please review the Author Guidelines, and we hope that the following outline of our Editorial Sections might also assist you in determining suitable works and topics. Please use the online Article Submission form here on the website. Thank you.

 
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