Welcome to Our Community Partners!

Thank you for visiting the Journal of Community Safety and Well-Being’s (CSWB) website. It is our pleasure to share information with you about the journal, and how you can contribute to and benefit from the growing knowledge base surrounding the collaborative solutions to CSWB.

We invite and encourage all our community partners to:

  1. Register as a reader for the Journal of CSWB: You will then receive issue publication notifications and the quarterly e-newsletter. Go to: https://journalcswb.ca/index.php/cswb/user/register.

  2. Expand your knowledge base: Review back issues of the journal for a number of articles of direct relevance to Hubs, Situation Tables and broader CSWB planning and action. Go to:  https://journalcswb.ca/index.php/cswb/issue/archive.

  3. Submit your manuscript: Original Research; Reviews; Social Innovation; Commentaries; and more. We hope you will consider the Journal of CSWB when submitting your manuscripts for publication. For information about article submission and preparation, go to: https://journalcswb.ca/index.php/cswb/about/submissions.

  4. Become a reviewer: As a reviewer you will be asked to read and critique articles that are submitted to the Journal of CSWB for publication. Reviewers play an integral part in ensuring that the high standards of the journal are met, and articles published are of interest to the community. To register as a reviewer ensure the "Reviewer" box is selected and reviewing interests are entered upon registering with the journal at https://journalcswb.ca/index.php/cswb/user/register.


About the Journal of CSWB

The Journal of CSWB is the flagship publication of the Community Safety Knowledge Alliance (CSKA), a Canada based consortium of public, private and academic interests which aims to advance the knowledge, social science and evidence base in support of multi-sector approaches to building stronger and healthier individuals, families and communities in Canada and beyond.

The Journal of CSWB is a peer-reviewed and open access publication that is positioned to be the authoritative global resource for high-impact research that spans all human service and criminal justice sectors. The journal showcases the latest research, originating from within Canada and/or abroad, and relevant to Canadian and international communities and professionals. The journal aims to attract a broad audience of multi-sector policymakers, practitioners and researchers worldwide. In 2018, the journal became the official peer-reviewed publication of the global Law Enforcement Public Health community (LEPH).

The journal publishes original works that may include Original Research (both Quantitative and Qualitative Studies), Social Innovation Papers, Policy and Systemic Change Propositions, Random Control Trials and other Experimentation, Program and Horizontal Evaluations, Review Articles, Practice Guidelines, and thought-provoking Editorials and Commentaries.

Our Vision: Improved social equity and well-being outcomes for individuals, families and communities, everywhere.

Our Mission: To advance knowledge, evidence and dialogue to support the considered adoption of public policy, the sustainability of related practices, and the best principles of multi-sector collaboration, at the intersections among health, education, human services and criminal justice systems. Our core principles are reflected in the four primary Editorial Sections that further underpin this mission: Trust, Strengths, Services and Justice.