The electronic journal Criminology, Criminalistics and Private Security Files aims to disseminate criminal, forensic and criminological sciences. Invites researchers, teachers and students to send their contributions to be assessed. You can send contributions on current issues or classics.
Contributions published in each volume must be results of original scientific research product, as well as other significant original contributions to the area of the journal. Contributions must be written in a clear, accessible to readers with vocational training and teaching, but also accept articles with advanced terminology.
The journal reserves copyright for the distribution and reproduction of the materials therein to be accepted the article for publication. Letter of rights transfers will not be sent, but the author gives aware that being accepted his article and warned of its publication.
Articles should be sent to: email@example.com indicating in the subject box: Article.
Criminology, Criminalistics and Private Security Files is published half a year, the first volume of the year corresponds to January-July and the second from August-December, in these same periods can be dedicated special volumes or issues specific to institutional collaborations or graduate students for academic support. Is a Mexican publication carried out by Mr. Wael Sarwat Hikal Carreon through the Mexican Society of Criminology of the state of Nuevo Leon.
Ms. Carla Monroy
Founder-Editor in chief
Mr. Wael Hikal
Dr. Sara Pérez Kasparian (Mexico)
Professor-researcher at the Faculty of law of the Anahuac University
Dr. Dora García Fernández (Mexico)
Professor-researcher at the Faculty of law of the Anahuac University
Dr. Carlos Rodríguez Campos (Mexico)
Viceprincipal of the Constructivist Analytic University
Ms. Eduardo Martínez Bastida (Mexico)
Professor of the National Autonomous University of Mexico
Dr. Israel Alvarado Martínez (Mexico)
Professor-researcher of the National Institute of Criminal Sciences
Ms. Agustin Salgado García (Mexico)
President of the Academic Council of the Latin American Chair of Political engineering
Dr. María Guadalupe Goméz Mont Urueta
Head of the coordination of gender- Goverment ministry
Ms. Edith Hernández Segura
Principal of public policies-Goverment ministry
Ms. Jesús Enrique Nogueron Yañez
Principal of the coordination of gender-Goverment ministry
Ms. David Granados Dominguez
Subprincipal of the coordination of gender-Goverment ministry
Dr. Osvaldo Tieghi (Argentina)
Chairman of the Interdisciplinary Society of Criminological Research
Dr. José Adolfo Reyes Calderón (Guatemala)
Director of Criminology in University Mariano Gálvez
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The review and editing process is to inform the author about the suggestions made by the editorial committee:
- Any article must be original, and not be published in another journal or in process of revision;
- Peer review articles under the dual blind system, from which its results will be anonymous;
- The dictamination will have the following results: not publishable, publishable but with modifications and publishable. The process won’t last not more than 3 months this process, and
- Once sent suggestions to the author, this one decide to modify the article, will be published on the nearest volume or until the next period.
Articles must be submitted in the following way:
- In document Word 2000 or higher;
- Minimun extention of 3 pages and maximum 20 pages;
- All margins in 3;
- Paper size: letter;
- The structure must be with title centered (in English and Spanish), name of the author to the left with your institutional affiliation and e-mail address (optional), abstract in English and Spanish, 3-5 key words in English and Spanish, introduction (optional), items, conclusions and bibliography, in bold type;
- The APA system will be used, and
- The bibliography should go to the end of the text and in alphabetical order, beginning with author, book or article, Edition or volume, editorial, country and year.
Synthesis of APA
Standards APA are a comprehensive set of instructions and recommendations for the preparation of publications. Nowhere standards APA focuses specifically on its application in thesis, articles or research products in particular; Thus, they must be understood as a generic set of applicable recommendations.
If the author designed their own images, we recommend that you include a note below this indicating otherwise indicate the source, which should be placed in the bibliography
Author, A. (year). Title of the book. Place of publication: Publisher.
Author, A., author, B. and author, C. (year). Title of the book. Place of publication: Publisher.
Author, A. (year). The title of the chapter of the book. In B. C. author (Ed.), title of the book. Place of publication: Publisher.
Multiple references of the same author (or an identical group of authors) are sorted by year of publication, with the oldest first. If the year of publication is also the same, differentiate them by writing a letter a, b, c, after the year.
Author, A., author, B., & author, C. (year). The title of the article. Title of the newspaper or magazine, volume-year.
Author, A. (year). Title of the work. Title of the electronic publication, volume-year. The date obtained from address.
The references should be written in alphabetical order by last name of author (or editor). Multiple references of the same author (or an identical group of authors) are sorted by year of publication, with the oldest first. If the year of publication is the same, they should be differentiated by writing letter a, b, c etc., after the year.
Appointments of more than two authors must complete the first cite, while successive appointments should only include the first author followed by: Et all.
Author not cited in the text
In his characterization of the migrants, Valencia used the concept of multiculturalism (Valencia, 2005).
Author cited in the text
Garcia (2007) attributes:
(Up to 40 words) short citations can be incorporated in the text using single quotes to indicate them. Longer appointments are separated from the text by a space at each end and are tabulated from the left margin; Here there is no need to use quotes.
The following site is recommended to expand knowledge on the use of standards APA: http://literatura.uniminuto.edu/images/pdf/normasapa.pdf
Typical structure of the article
Presents: the context of the study, the purpose, the main findings and the main conclusions.
Key words/Palabras clave
It should emphasize new and important aspects of the study or observations.
Allows the flexibility and variety of topics, in the same way part of a descriptive analysis, historical, theoretical, scientific, political, cultural, economic and social issues of today. It is hinted that the wording of the article should start facts and not reflections of philosophical type or general considerations of the matter to treat.
Methods and materials
The methods section should include only information that was available at the time the plan or protocol for the study was written. Any information that was obtained during the study must appear in the results section. Usually the methods described techniques or methods with emphasis on how to apply to the specific study of the scientific article. The part of materials describes samples or studies objects, its description, its origin and its general characteristics relevant for the study.
Where the results obtained, in experimental studies or simulations computations are often accompanied by tables or charts that summarize quantitative and qualitative aspects of the new results of the study.
An enumeration of the bibliography consulted and cited. Mostly this bibliography consists of other scientific articles, usually recent and only very occasionally some older articles that were historically important or seminal and books with General results.
Electronic journal Criminology, Criminalistics and Private Security Files, year 2, vol. III, August-December 2009, is a half-year publication edited by: Wael Sarwat Hikal Carreon through the website of the Mexican Society of Criminology of the state of Nuevo Leon, with adress: Eduardo Livas 210, Nuevo periférico, Zip code 66423, San Nicolas De Los Garza, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Phone: +5201(81)83524959. Web page: www.somecrimnl.es.tl, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. Founder and Chief editor: Wael Sarwat Hikal Carreon, ISSN: 2007-2023, granted by the National Copyright Institute with address: 143 Puebla, Roma Norte, Zip code 06700, Cuauhtemoc, Mexico, Distrito Federal. Responsible for the electronic update of this publication: Wael Sarwat Hikal Carreon, with adress: Eduardo Livas 210, Nuevo periférico, Zip code 66423, San Nicolas De Los Garza, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Phone: +5201(81)83524959.
The views expressed by the authors do not necessarily reflect the position of the editor of the publication.
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