Salus Journal publishes two standard issues per year which span topics associated with national security, crime and controls, emergency management, and justice studies.
Standard issues are released in April and September. These issues are subject to continuous calls for papers and address a diverse array of security issues, theoretical paradigms, and approaches.
Submissions are open now for original Research Articles and for Professional Insights and Case Studies. Both scholars and practitioners are invited to submit on a continuous basis.
Salus Journal also publishes an annual Special Issue focusing on a topical issue or challenge. By design, these issues are broad to enable scholars to employ varying methodologies or scholarly approaches, apply distinct disciplinary frameworks, or pursue novel concepts.
While submissions are directly solicited, all scholarly work relevant to the Special Issue will be considered on the basis of merit and significance. High quality submissions which do not align with the scope of the Special Issue may be reallocated to standard issues.