New journal from Taylor & Francis, "Journal of Digital Forensic Practice," to launch in 2006.
Designed to assist digital investigation and forensic professionals in their day-to-day practice, the new journal is designed to be a resource for practitioners of digital investigation, digital forensic science, electronic fraud investigation and cyber crime and cyber terror investigation and analysis. T&F said articles will focus specifically on practical knowledge targeting both the private and public sectors.
Editorial will include information and articles on such topics as: tools and techniques, North American and international law and case law, management and policy, investigation, cyber terror, digital incident response and post mortems, digital video and audio forensics, emerging digital forensic and investigative technologies and procedures, network forensics, software forensics, forensic and investigative training, application of digital forensics to intelligence, and steganography (as opposed to cryptography).
Also, Routledge (Philadelphia, PA), a unit of Taylor & Francis, will begin the publication of "Victims & Offenders," a new journal that is designed to provide an international and interdisciplinary forum of research, outcome studies, and evidence-based policies and practices on victimization, victim assistance, offender rehabilitation and treatment, and restorative justice, later in the first quarter of 2006. It will be published quarterly and an annual subscription costs $350 for institutions and $95 for individuals.
The aim of the journal is to expand knowledge by publishing articles related to victim and offender theories, research and practices. Each issue will examine quantitative and qualitative research on violence-related victimization, victim services and domestic violence intervention as well as juvenile and adult offender treatment and rehabilitation programs. Routledge said that special emphasis will be given to evidence-based studies ranging from randomize controlled trials to expert consensus panels to qualitative studies.
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|Date:||Jan 17, 2006|
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