James M. Adcock, author of recently published Death Investigations (© 2013), is the founder and Managing Editor of the Investigative Sciences Journal and is actively seeking article submissions. The ISJ is a free, online, peer reviewed journal specifically designed for investigators, their supervisors and those academicians interested in the investigative process. The journal includes Investigative Research, Case Studies, Tech Notes, Legal Issues, and Book Reviews.
Investigative related research, both quantitative and qualitative, is the leading reason for the creation of the ISJ, and is considered to be the most important section for its readers. It is critical that both practitioners and academicians conduct research that will have policy implications on the quality and processes of investigations.
These studies provide the experiences of others and help to illustrate and clarify ideas and concepts as found during the course of conducting other investigations.
This section of ISJ will describe the new techniques that others have discovered that could be useful practices for the investigator.
The legal parameters investigators work with are forever changing and as a result the investigator needs to stay abreast of all the decisions.
This section provides reviews of the latest writings and books regarding the investigative process.
If you are interested in submitting your research, writings, case studies, or a book review, please contact James M. Adcock directly at Editor@InvestigativeSciencesJournal.org.