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South African Crime Quarterly is an inter-disciplinary peer-reviewed journal that promotes professional discourse and the publication of research on the subjects of crime, criminal justice, crime prevention, and related matters including state and non-state responses to crime and violence. South Africa is the primary focus for the journal but articles on the above mentioned subjects that reflect research and analysis from other African countries are considered for publication, if they are of relevance to South Africa.

SACQ is an applied policy journal. Its audience includes policy makers, criminal justice practitioners and civil society researchers and analysts, including the academy. The purpose of the journal is to inform and influence policy making on violence prevention, crime reduction and criminal justice. Articles submitted to SACQ are double-blind peer-reviewed before publication.

Other sites related to this journal: http://www.issafrica.org/publications/south-african-crime-quarterly

 


Vol 63 (2018)

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Articles

Editorial: Change, continuity, challenges EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Kelley Moult 3-4
http://dx.doi.org/10.17159/2413-3108/2018/v0n63a4736
Mass killings and calculated measures: The impact of police massacres on police reform in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Guy Lamb 5-16
http://dx.doi.org/10.17159/2413-3108/2018/v0n63a3028
Learning from contemporary examples in Africa: Referral mechanisms for restorative justice in Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ntemi N. Kilekamajenga 17-26
http://dx.doi.org/10.17159/2413-3108/2018/v0n63a4368
Frequency and turmoil: South Africa’s community protests 2005–2017 EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Peter Alexander, Carin Runciman, Trevor Ngwane, Boikanyo Moloto, Kgothatso Mokgele, Nicole van Staden 27-42
Testing the judiciary’s appetite to reimagine protest law: A case note on the SJC10 case EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jameelah Omar 43-51
On the record: Talking about Day Zero and beyond: the impact of the water crisis on questions of vulnerability, risk and security EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Nolundi Luwaya, Kelley Moult, Diane Jefthas, Vitima Jere 53-60


ISSN: 1991-3877
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