Call for Papers: Policing in the 21st Century

June 28, 2016 at 4:14 pm Leave a comment

The American Sociological Association invites submissions for its upcoming publication Policing in the 21st Century.  Topics such as the following are welcome:

  • Activism related to vigilantism, policing, the court process, and/or incarceration;
  • Community expectations of police and the judicial system;
  • Implicit and explicit biases (as held by law enforcement officers, vigilantes, and/or larger society);
  • Insider/outsider experiences among law enforcement members;
  • Intersectional analyses of emergent law enforcement issues;
  • Policing in Black and Brown communities;
  • Race, gender, class, and police policies;
  • Recruitment of racial and ethnic minorities to policing agencies and/or law enforcement fields;
  • Under examined issues shaping law enforcement members;
  • Vigilantism.

Submit a one page vitae and an abstract of 250-500 words by August 15th, 2016, directly to Sandra E. Weissinger at

Topics: Calls for Papers; Criminal Law; Human Rights; Law & Public Policy; Race & The Law. 


Entry filed under: Calls for Papers, Criminal Law, Human Rights, Law & Public Policy, Race & The Law.

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