KDU International Journal of Criminal Justice (KDUIJCJ) is a multidisciplinary, biannual, peer-reviewed research journal of the Faculty of Criminal Justice, General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University Sri Lanka that seeks to publish high-quality research papers presenting system-wide trends and problems in crime, society, science, law, and justice throughout the world. The journal has an international focus and does not restrict itself to any regional or local jurisdiction. This journal is an open access international journal, with no payment or subscription involved, the authors are free to submit/publish their papers and readers are free to access the e-version of the journal.
KDUIJCJ invites unpublished research papers based on empirical research, theoretical analysis and debates, and policy analysis and critiques on the contemporary issues which include but are not limited to the areas of criminology, penology, victimology, the criminal justice system, forensic science, policing, juvenile justice, gender justice, conflict resolution, security studies, management, and international relations and politics. It provides a forum for both young and senior scientists in the discipline of criminal justice to share their latest research findings for policymaking concerning crime, society, science, law, and justice through innovative and advanced methodologies.