We engage in serious and scholarly exploration of contemporary challenges; aim to advance knowledge; inform or innovate practice; and improve responses to a wide variety of issues affecting society, such as:
- national security,
- crime and control,
- emergency management, and
- justice studies.
Salus Journal is not committed to a particular theoretical paradigm, methodological approach, or epistemological stance. It welcomes diverse submissions and approaches underpinned by scholarly rigour within the journal’s scope.
No author processing charges, fees, or submission charges are associated with this journal. Salus Journal has a double-blind peer review policy.