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Journal title (English)
INTERNATIONAL PENITENTIARY JOURNAL
Language of publication
Russian, English
The journal is included in Russian science citation index?
Yes 55147

The editorial Board accepts articles by e-mail (e-mail: editor62@yandex.ru) in Russian or English, with the observance of the following requirements.

Title 
Up to 10-12 words. Abbreviations and formulas in the title of an article are not allowed.

Information about authors
Names are given in full, without abbreviations. The editorial office recommends the uniform spelling of names’ transliteration in all articles of the author. The editors transliterate names according to the standard BSI from website http://translit.net.
Affiliance. Author’s full affiliation (including position, name of the department, faculty and university, address and e-mail address). If the author affiliates him/herself with a public organization or institution, please, supply adequate information on the organization’s full title and address. The position is indicated in full, without abbreviations. Adjuncts, graduate students, doctoral students and applicants must indicate their status and the department to which they are attached, in full, without abbreviations.
Academic title and degree are indicated in full, without abbreviations.
Individual numbers of authors in the following database systems: ORCID, ResearcherID, Scopus Author ID

An abstract
250–400 words, determined by the content of the article. It includes the characteristics of the researched problem, objectives, research methods and materials of the study, as well as the results and main conclusions of the study. It is advisable to point out the main scientific result of the work. Unencrypted abbreviations, for the first time entered terms (including neologisms) are not allowed. For articles in Russian language it is recommended to use the Interstate standard 7.9–95 "Summary and abstract. General requirements".

Key words
5-10 words or phrases. The list of basic concepts and categories used to describe the problem under study.

Main body of the article
Structure. The body of the text should be divided into meaningful sections with individual headings (1-5 words) to disclose the essence of this section. Every article should contain Conclusions, where the author(s) are expected to ground meaningful inferences. Implications for a future research might also find their place in Conclusions. The editorial Board recommends using the IMRAD structure for the article. This structure is reference and can be adapted (expanded and (or) more detailed) depending on the characteristics and logic of the research.

Text of the article (design)
The text may contain tables and figures, which should have separate numbering (one numbering system for tables; another – for figures). They should be placed in the text at the appropriate paragraph (just after its reference).

References in text
References must be in Harvard style. References should be clearly cited in the body of the text, e.g. (Smith, 2006) or (Smith, 2006, p. 45), if an exact quotation is being used. 
Excessive and unreasonable quoting is not allowed. Self-citations are not recommended.

Bibliographic list
At the end of the paper the author(s) should present full References in the alphabetical order as follows:
Sources are given in the order of their citation in the text (not alphabetically) and are not repeated. Interval of pages of scientific articles and parts of books must be indicated (pp. 54-59), and in monographs, textbooks, etc. – the total number of pages in the publication (p. 542).

The section is based on the materials of Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

Introduction
1.1. Publication of materials in peer-reviewed journals is not only a simple way of scientific communication, but it also makes a significant contribution to the relevant field development of scientific knowledge. 
1.2. The publisher not only supports scientific communication and invests in this process, but he is also responsible for compliance with all current guidelines in published works.

2. Editorial responsibilities
2.1. The decision to publish
All articles submitted to the Journal undergo blind peer-review. Each article on submission is reviewed for relevance to the scope of the Journal by the Editor-in-Chief. Article that do not meet the basic criteria are rejected at this stage and authors promptly informed. Articles that meet basic requirements are initially reviewed by at least two reviewers. The recommendation of the reviewers informs the decision of the editorial board to accept on the conditions that the concerns raised by the reviewers are addressed or to reject. Where there is a notable disagreement between the reports of the two initial reviewers, a third reviewer may be consulted. the decision to publish is made by the Editorial Board on the base of the results of blind peer-review.
2.2. Conscientiousness/ decency
Editorial office work with the intellectual content of manuscripts/researches regardless of authors’ race, gender, sexual orientation, religious views, origin, citizenship or political preferences.
2.3. Privacy
Staff of the editorial office is obliged not to disclose information about the accepted manuscript to all persons, except for authors, reviewers, possible reviewers, other scientific consultants and the publisher, without necessity.

3. Reviewers' responsibilities
3.1. Implementation
Any selected reviewer, who is not qualified to review the work or does not have enough time to complete it quickly, should notify the editor and ask to be excluded from the review process.
3.2. Privacy
Any work, received by review, should be treated as a confidential document. It can not be opened and discussed with any persons, who do not have the authority of the editor.
3.3. Articles requirements and objectivity
The reviewer is obliged to give an objective assessment. Unreasonable criticism of the manuscript is unacceptable. Reviewers must clearly and reasonably express their opinions.
3.4. Primary sources recognition
Reviewers should identify significant published works, which are relevant to the topic and not included in the bibliography of the manuscript. For each statement (observation, derivation, or argument), previously published, the manuscript must be accompanied by the relevant citation. The reviewer should also draw the Editor-in-Chief attention to the detection of significant similarities or coincidences between the manuscript under consideration and any other published work within the scientific competence of the reviewer.

4. Authors' responsibilities
4.1. Article requirements
4.1.1. The authors should provide reliable results of the work done as well as an objective discussion of the significance of the research. The data, underlying the work, should be presented accurately. The work should contain sufficient details and bibliographic references for possible reproduction. False or inaccurate statements are perceived as unethical behavior and are unacceptable.
4.1.2. Review scientific articles should also be accurate and objective and authors’ point of view should be clearly identified.
4.2. Data access and storage
Authors may be requested to provide raw data relevant to the work for review by editorial. Authors should be ready to provide open access to such information, if possible, and in any case be ready to retain this data for an adequate period of time after publication.
4.3. Originality and plagiarism
4.3.1. Authors should make sure that they have written entirely original work, and in case of use of other authors’ works or statements, they must provide appropriate bibliographical references and quotations.
4.3.2. Plagiarism in all forms is unacceptable.
4.4. Multiple, redundant or concurrent publication is also unacceptable.
4.5. Primary sources recognition
Authors should refer to publications that are relevant to the performance of the presented work. Data received in private, for example, during a conversation, correspondence or discussion with other persons, should not be used or presented without the written permission of the original source. Information received from confidential sources, such as manuscript evaluation or grants, should not be also used without authors written permission to use work, related to confidential sources.
4.6. Authorship of publication
4.6.1. The authors of the publication can be only persons who have made a significant contribution to the formation of the idea of the work, development, execution or interpretation of the presented study. All those, who have been directly involved in the study, should be identified as co-authors. In cases when research participants have made a significant contribution in a particular area of the research project, they should be identified as persons, who have made an important assistance to the study.
4.6.2. The author should make sure that all participants who have made a significant contribution to the study are presented as co-authors and those who have not participated in the study are not listed as co-authors, that all co-authors have seen and approved the final version of the work and have agreed to present it for publication.
4.7. Disclosure policy and conflicts of interest
4.7.1. All authors are required to disclose in their works financial or other existing conflicts of interest, which may be perceived as having influenced the results or conclusions presented in the work.
4.7.2. Examples of potential conflicts of interest, that must be disclosed, include employment, consulting, stock ownership, fees, expert opinion, patent application or patent registration, grants, and other financial support. Potential conflicts of interest should be discovered simultaneously with the submission of the article.
4.8. Significant errors in published works
In case the author finds significant errors or inaccuracies in the publication, the author should inform the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal and interact with him in order to remove the publication or correct errors as soon as possible. If the Editor-in-Chief or publisher has received information about errors in the article from another person, the author is obliged to remove the work or correct the errors as soon as possible.

5. Publisher duties
5.1. The publisher must follow the principles and procedures to facilitate the ethical performance of editors, reviewers and authors of the Journal in accordance with these requirements. The publisher must be sure that the potential profit from advertising or reprint production has not affected editorial’s decisions.
5.2. The publisher should support the editorial of the Journal in the consideration of claims to ethical aspects of published materials and help to interact with other journals and (or) publishers, if it contributes to the performance of editors duties.
5.3. The publisher should promote qualified research practices and implement industry standards to improve ethical guidelines, procedures for removal and correction of errors.
5.4. The publisher should provide appropriate specialized legal support (opinion or advice), if it is necessary.

All research articles submitted to the Editorial office of the International penitantiary journal are subject to mandatory two-way anonymous ("blind") review.

1. Review of articles is carried out by members of the Editorial Board, as well as by invited reviewers – leading experts in the relevant field of knowledge. The decision to choose a reviewer for the article examination is made by the Editor-in-Chief. The review period is 2–4 weeks, but at the request of the reviewer it can be extended.

2. Each reviewer has the right to refuse to work with the manuscript in case of an obvious conflict of interest affecting the perception and interpretation of the article materials. Following the results of reviewing of the article, the reviewer gives the following recommendations (each decision is justified):
the article is recommended for publication in present form;
the article is recommended for publication after correcting deficiencies without re-review;
the article is recommended for publication after correcting the shortcomings, noted by the reviewer, and for re-reviewing;
the article needs additional reviewing by another specialist;
the article cannot be published in the journal.

3. If the review contains recommendations for correction of the article, the Editor-in-Chief sends the text of the review to the author with a proposal to take them into account, preparing a new version of the article. The author can reasonably refute these recommendations (partially or completely). Article re-working should not take more than 2 months from the date of sending an electronic message to the authors about the need to make changes. The article, modified by the author, must be resent for review.

4. In case of authors’ refusal to correct their works for further publishing, they need (in written or oral form) to inform the editor about their decision. If the authors do not return the changed version after 3 months from the date of sending the review, even in the absence of information from the authors with a refusal to rework the article, the editorial office removes it from the register. In such situations, the authors are informed about the removal of the article from the register due to the expiration of the deadline for revision/reworking.

5. If the author and reviewers have any unsolvable contradictions regarding the article/work, the editorial Board has the right to send the manuscript for additional review. In conflict situations, the decision is made by the chief editor at editorial Board meetings.

6. The decision to refuse or to publish the manuscript is made at a meeting of the Editorial Board in accordance with the recommendations of the reviewers. The article, not recommended by the decision of the Editorial Board for publication, is not accepted for representing. The refusal of publication is sent to the author by e-mail.

7. Two positive reviews is not a sufficient reason for article’s publication. The final decision on the publication is made by the Editorial Board. In conflict situations, the decision is made by the Editor-in-Chief.

8. The original reviews are kept in the editorial office for 5 years.
 

Rodionov Aleksei  — Editor-in-Chief
Academy of the FPS of Russia ( economy and management department , professor )
doctor of economic sciences
Ryazan' , Russian Federation
Nesterov Pavel Nikolaevich  — responsible secretary
Academy of the FPS of Russia ( publishing department , head of department )
Ryazan' , Russian Federation
Akimzhanov Talgat  — associate editor
Turan University ( Research Institute of law , head of Institute )
doctor of jurisprudence sciences
professor
Almaty , Kazakhstan
Bowman Dennis  — associate editor
Western Illinois University ( professor )
doctor of pedagogical sciences
Makomb, shtat Illinoys , United States of America
Hai Ngoc  — associate editor
People's police Academy of the Ministry of public security of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam ( forensic examinations department , head of department )
doctor of jurisprudence sciences
Hanoy , Vietnam
Kirillova Tat'yana  — associate editor
Reseach institute of the FPS of Russia ( center for the study of problems of management and organization of execution of sentences in the penal system , leading researcher )
doctor of pedagogical sciences
professor
Moskva , Russian Federation
Lehmann Marc  — associate editor
Northern Dimension Partnership in public health and social well-being ( prison health expert group , chair of group )
Berlin , Germany
Ponomarev Sergei  — associate editor
Reseach institute of the FPS of Russia ( chief researcher )
doctor of medical sciences
professor
Moskva , Russian Federation
Salaev Nodirbek  — associate editor
Tashkent state law University ( vice-rector for science and innovation )
doctor of jurisprudence sciences
docent
Tashkent , Uzbekistan
Shabanov Borisovich  — associate editor
Belarusian state University ( criminalistics department , head of department )
doctor of jurisprudence sciences
professor
Minsk , Belarus
Skakov Aidarkan  — associate editor
Eurasian national University named after L. N. Gumilev ( criminal law disciplines department , professor of department )
doctor of jurisprudence sciences
professor
Astana , Kazakhstan
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF’S NOTES
RESEARCH ARTICLES
SUBJECT DISCUSSIONS
SCIENTIFIC REVIEW
Publisher
Academy of the FPS of Russia
Address
390000, Ryazan, Sennaya, 1
Founder
federal'noe kazennoe obrazovatel'noe uchrezhdenie vysshego obrazovaniya «Akademiya prava i upravleniya Federal'noy sluzhby ispolneniya nakazaniy» (Akademiya FSIN Rossii); federal'noe kazennoe uchrezhdenie «Nauchno-issledovatel'skiy institut Federal'noy sluzhby ispolneniya nakazaniy (FKU NII FSIN Rossii)
The certificate of registration of the periodical (print)
ПИ № ФС77-74767
Date of issue testifies to the registration of the newspaper (print)
11.01.2019

International penitentiary cooperation can and should help States to coordinate criminal and penal policy, practice of sentencing and execution of penalties, means, methods of treatment with convicts according to universally recognized principles and norms of international law, as well as standards developed over the years of cooperation in this field. International penitentiary journal is a dialogue platform for describing and discussing penitentiary systems’ problems in all countries of the world. The publication is focused on the expansion of contacts between penitentiary systems of Russia and other States in the scientific and practical fields. Such cooperation is important due to the need for mutual consideration of positive and other experience in the penitentiary sphere, joint efforts in ensuring human and social security, crime prevention, execution of criminal penalties, etc. The journal is not limited by only one direction of Penitentiary systems’ activity. According to the Editorial Board’s opinion, none of them can be considered secondary. For this reason, the journal focuses on any issues of penitentiary practice: the history of penitentiary bodies and institutions, problems of international standards application for treatment with prisoners, inter-sectoral research in the field of criminal penalties sentencing and execution, legal, psychological, pedagogical and economic foundations of penitentiary systems’ development, ensuring the rule of law in their activities, personnel training for correctional institutions, etc.

Registration certificate 
The journal is registered by the Federal service for supervision of communications, information technology and mass media. The number of the registration certificate PI № FS 77-74767 from 11.01.2019.

Founders of the journal 
Federal state educational institution of higher education «Academy of law and management of the Federal penal service» (Academy of the FPS of Russia), 390000, Ryazan, Sennaya str., 1;
Federal state institution «Scientific research institute of the Federal penal service» (FSI SRI of the FPS of Russia), 125130, Moscow, Narvskaya str., 15A, building 1.

Publication Frequency
Triannually

Sections of the journal
Editor-in-Chief’s Notes
This section describes the content of the journal issue, problems nature discussed in it. It contains an appeal to the readers of the journal with a proposal to take part in scientific discussions, thematic series of articles.
Research Articles
Main section. It contains articles that are original completed research, both initiative (from the authors) and prepared under the order of the journal.
Subject Discussions
Thematic series of scientific articles, prepared under the order of the journal.
Book Review
Reviews of published books connected with the subject of the journal.
Scientific Review
Reviews and announcements of international scientific and practical conferences connected with the subject of the journal.
Personalia
Biographical essays about famous scientists–specialists in the field of problems discussed in the journal. 

Principles of editorial work
scientifically proven approach to selection, review and publication placement;
free and open access to research results, used data, which contributes to increasing of global knowledge exchange;
compliance with international ethical editorial rules.

Publication fee
Publication in the journal is free. The editors do not charge authors for preparation, placement and printing of materials.

Copyright
Authors who publish articles in the journal retain copyright and grant the journal the right to publish the material for the first time, which is automatically licensed after publication on the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License. It allows others to distribute this work with the obligatory preservation of references to the authors of the original work and the original publication in the journal.

Free access policy
The journal provides direct open access to its content based on the following principle: free open access to research results contributes to increasing of global knowledge exchange.

Disclosure policy and conflicts of interest
Unpublished data, accepted for review, may not be used in personal research without the written consent of the author. Information or ideas, received during the review and related to possible benefits, should be kept confidential and not used for personal gain.
Reviewers should not participate in manuscripts consideration in case of conflicts of interest due to competitive, collaborative and other interactions and relationships with any of the authors, companies or other organizations associated with the submitted work.

Borrowing and plagiarism
Reviewing articles, submitted materials are checked with the help of Antiplagiat system. In case of multiple borrowings, the editorial Board acts in accordance with the rules of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

Placement of pre- and postprint policy
In the process of article presentation, the author must confirm that the article has not been published or accepted for publication in another scientific journal. Articles posted by the authors on personal or public websites, which are not related to other publishers, are allowed for review.

Archiving
On the basis of the Federal law of the Russian Federation No. 77 "About a mandatory copy of the documents" (adopted on 29.12.1994), mandatory copies of the journal, including electronic ones, are delivered to
Russian book chamber;
Russian state library.

Indexing
Russian science citation index - Russian bibliographic database of scientific citation, accumulating more than 12 million publications of Russian scientists, as well as information about the citation of these publications from more than 6000 Russian journals;

CuberLeninka - scientific electronic library, built on the paradigm of open science, the main objectives of which is to promote science and research activities, public quality control of scientific publications, the development of interdisciplinary research, the modern Institute of scientific review, improving the citation of Russian science and building knowledge infrastructure.

The editorial Board accepts articles by e-mail (e-mail: editor62@yandex.ru) in Russian or English, with the observance of the following requirements.

Title 
Up to 10-12 words. Abbreviations and formulas in the title of an article are not allowed.

Information about authors
Names are given in full, without abbreviations. The editorial office recommends the uniform spelling of names’ transliteration in all articles of the author. The editors transliterate names according to the standard BSI from website http://translit.net.
Affiliance. Author’s full affiliation (including position, name of the department, faculty and university, address and e-mail address). If the author affiliates him/herself with a public organization or institution, please, supply adequate information on the organization’s full title and address. The position is indicated in full, without abbreviations. Adjuncts, graduate students, doctoral students and applicants must indicate their status and the department to which they are attached, in full, without abbreviations.
Academic title and degree are indicated in full, without abbreviations.
Individual numbers of authors in the following database systems: ORCID, ResearcherID, Scopus Author ID

An abstract
250–400 words, determined by the content of the article. It includes the characteristics of the researched problem, objectives, research methods and materials of the study, as well as the results and main conclusions of the study. It is advisable to point out the main scientific result of the work. Unencrypted abbreviations, for the first time entered terms (including neologisms) are not allowed. For articles in Russian language it is recommended to use the Interstate standard 7.9–95 "Summary and abstract. General requirements".

Key words
5-10 words or phrases. The list of basic concepts and categories used to describe the problem under study.

Main body of the article
Structure. The body of the text should be divided into meaningful sections with individual headings (1-5 words) to disclose the essence of this section. Every article should contain Conclusions, where the author(s) are expected to ground meaningful inferences. Implications for a future research might also find their place in Conclusions. The editorial Board recommends using the IMRAD structure for the article. This structure is reference and can be adapted (expanded and (or) more detailed) depending on the characteristics and logic of the research.

Text of the article (design)
The text may contain tables and figures, which should have separate numbering (one numbering system for tables; another – for figures). They should be placed in the text at the appropriate paragraph (just after its reference).

References in text
References must be in Harvard style. References should be clearly cited in the body of the text, e.g. (Smith, 2006) or (Smith, 2006, p. 45), if an exact quotation is being used. 
Excessive and unreasonable quoting is not allowed. Self-citations are not recommended.

Bibliographic list
At the end of the paper the author(s) should present full References in the alphabetical order as follows:
Sources are given in the order of their citation in the text (not alphabetically) and are not repeated. Interval of pages of scientific articles and parts of books must be indicated (pp. 54-59), and in monographs, textbooks, etc. – the total number of pages in the publication (p. 542).

The section is based on the materials of Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

Introduction
1.1. Publication of materials in peer-reviewed journals is not only a simple way of scientific communication, but it also makes a significant contribution to the relevant field development of scientific knowledge. 
1.2. The publisher not only supports scientific communication and invests in this process, but he is also responsible for compliance with all current guidelines in published works.

2. Editorial responsibilities
2.1. The decision to publish
All articles submitted to the Journal undergo blind peer-review. Each article on submission is reviewed for relevance to the scope of the Journal by the Editor-in-Chief. Article that do not meet the basic criteria are rejected at this stage and authors promptly informed. Articles that meet basic requirements are initially reviewed by at least two reviewers. The recommendation of the reviewers informs the decision of the editorial board to accept on the conditions that the concerns raised by the reviewers are addressed or to reject. Where there is a notable disagreement between the reports of the two initial reviewers, a third reviewer may be consulted. the decision to publish is made by the Editorial Board on the base of the results of blind peer-review.
2.2. Conscientiousness/ decency
Editorial office work with the intellectual content of manuscripts/researches regardless of authors’ race, gender, sexual orientation, religious views, origin, citizenship or political preferences.
2.3. Privacy
Staff of the editorial office is obliged not to disclose information about the accepted manuscript to all persons, except for authors, reviewers, possible reviewers, other scientific consultants and the publisher, without necessity.

3. Reviewers' responsibilities
3.1. Implementation
Any selected reviewer, who is not qualified to review the work or does not have enough time to complete it quickly, should notify the editor and ask to be excluded from the review process.
3.2. Privacy
Any work, received by review, should be treated as a confidential document. It can not be opened and discussed with any persons, who do not have the authority of the editor.
3.3. Articles requirements and objectivity
The reviewer is obliged to give an objective assessment. Unreasonable criticism of the manuscript is unacceptable. Reviewers must clearly and reasonably express their opinions.
3.4. Primary sources recognition
Reviewers should identify significant published works, which are relevant to the topic and not included in the bibliography of the manuscript. For each statement (observation, derivation, or argument), previously published, the manuscript must be accompanied by the relevant citation. The reviewer should also draw the Editor-in-Chief attention to the detection of significant similarities or coincidences between the manuscript under consideration and any other published work within the scientific competence of the reviewer.

4. Authors' responsibilities
4.1. Article requirements
4.1.1. The authors should provide reliable results of the work done as well as an objective discussion of the significance of the research. The data, underlying the work, should be presented accurately. The work should contain sufficient details and bibliographic references for possible reproduction. False or inaccurate statements are perceived as unethical behavior and are unacceptable.
4.1.2. Review scientific articles should also be accurate and objective and authors’ point of view should be clearly identified.
4.2. Data access and storage
Authors may be requested to provide raw data relevant to the work for review by editorial. Authors should be ready to provide open access to such information, if possible, and in any case be ready to retain this data for an adequate period of time after publication.
4.3. Originality and plagiarism
4.3.1. Authors should make sure that they have written entirely original work, and in case of use of other authors’ works or statements, they must provide appropriate bibliographical references and quotations.
4.3.2. Plagiarism in all forms is unacceptable.
4.4. Multiple, redundant or concurrent publication is also unacceptable.
4.5. Primary sources recognition
Authors should refer to publications that are relevant to the performance of the presented work. Data received in private, for example, during a conversation, correspondence or discussion with other persons, should not be used or presented without the written permission of the original source. Information received from confidential sources, such as manuscript evaluation or grants, should not be also used without authors written permission to use work, related to confidential sources.
4.6. Authorship of publication
4.6.1. The authors of the publication can be only persons who have made a significant contribution to the formation of the idea of the work, development, execution or interpretation of the presented study. All those, who have been directly involved in the study, should be identified as co-authors. In cases when research participants have made a significant contribution in a particular area of the research project, they should be identified as persons, who have made an important assistance to the study.
4.6.2. The author should make sure that all participants who have made a significant contribution to the study are presented as co-authors and those who have not participated in the study are not listed as co-authors, that all co-authors have seen and approved the final version of the work and have agreed to present it for publication.
4.7. Disclosure policy and conflicts of interest
4.7.1. All authors are required to disclose in their works financial or other existing conflicts of interest, which may be perceived as having influenced the results or conclusions presented in the work.
4.7.2. Examples of potential conflicts of interest, that must be disclosed, include employment, consulting, stock ownership, fees, expert opinion, patent application or patent registration, grants, and other financial support. Potential conflicts of interest should be discovered simultaneously with the submission of the article.
4.8. Significant errors in published works
In case the author finds significant errors or inaccuracies in the publication, the author should inform the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal and interact with him in order to remove the publication or correct errors as soon as possible. If the Editor-in-Chief or publisher has received information about errors in the article from another person, the author is obliged to remove the work or correct the errors as soon as possible.

5. Publisher duties
5.1. The publisher must follow the principles and procedures to facilitate the ethical performance of editors, reviewers and authors of the Journal in accordance with these requirements. The publisher must be sure that the potential profit from advertising or reprint production has not affected editorial’s decisions.
5.2. The publisher should support the editorial of the Journal in the consideration of claims to ethical aspects of published materials and help to interact with other journals and (or) publishers, if it contributes to the performance of editors duties.
5.3. The publisher should promote qualified research practices and implement industry standards to improve ethical guidelines, procedures for removal and correction of errors.
5.4. The publisher should provide appropriate specialized legal support (opinion or advice), if it is necessary.

All research articles submitted to the Editorial office of the International penitantiary journal are subject to mandatory two-way anonymous ("blind") review.

1. Review of articles is carried out by members of the Editorial Board, as well as by invited reviewers – leading experts in the relevant field of knowledge. The decision to choose a reviewer for the article examination is made by the Editor-in-Chief. The review period is 2–4 weeks, but at the request of the reviewer it can be extended.

2. Each reviewer has the right to refuse to work with the manuscript in case of an obvious conflict of interest affecting the perception and interpretation of the article materials. Following the results of reviewing of the article, the reviewer gives the following recommendations (each decision is justified):
the article is recommended for publication in present form;
the article is recommended for publication after correcting deficiencies without re-review;
the article is recommended for publication after correcting the shortcomings, noted by the reviewer, and for re-reviewing;
the article needs additional reviewing by another specialist;
the article cannot be published in the journal.

3. If the review contains recommendations for correction of the article, the Editor-in-Chief sends the text of the review to the author with a proposal to take them into account, preparing a new version of the article. The author can reasonably refute these recommendations (partially or completely). Article re-working should not take more than 2 months from the date of sending an electronic message to the authors about the need to make changes. The article, modified by the author, must be resent for review.

4. In case of authors’ refusal to correct their works for further publishing, they need (in written or oral form) to inform the editor about their decision. If the authors do not return the changed version after 3 months from the date of sending the review, even in the absence of information from the authors with a refusal to rework the article, the editorial office removes it from the register. In such situations, the authors are informed about the removal of the article from the register due to the expiration of the deadline for revision/reworking.

5. If the author and reviewers have any unsolvable contradictions regarding the article/work, the editorial Board has the right to send the manuscript for additional review. In conflict situations, the decision is made by the chief editor at editorial Board meetings.

6. The decision to refuse or to publish the manuscript is made at a meeting of the Editorial Board in accordance with the recommendations of the reviewers. The article, not recommended by the decision of the Editorial Board for publication, is not accepted for representing. The refusal of publication is sent to the author by e-mail.

7. Two positive reviews is not a sufficient reason for article’s publication. The final decision on the publication is made by the Editorial Board. In conflict situations, the decision is made by the Editor-in-Chief.

8. The original reviews are kept in the editorial office for 5 years.
 

In order to subscribe to printed version of International penitentiary journal please contact the Editorial office by e-mail: editor62@yandex.ru.

                        Arbuzova Svetlana
Arbuzova Svetlana Samara law institute of the FPS of Russia ( deputy chief for academic affairs )
candidate of jurisprudence sciences
Samara , Russian Federation
                        Buryj Vitalij
Buryj Vitalij BIP-Institute of law (Mogilev branch) ( legal disciplines department , associate professor )
candidate of jurisprudence sciences
docent
Belarus
                        Votinov Aleksandr
Votinov Aleksandr Samara law institute of the FPS of Russia ( chief of the Institute )
candidate of pedagogical sciences
docent
Samara , Russian Federation
                        Lehmann Marc
Lehmann Marc Northern Dimension Partnership in public health and social well-being ( prison health expert group , chair of group )
Berlin , Germany
                        Müller Thomas
Müller Thomas Karlsruhe prizon ( head of the prizon )
Karlsrue , Germany
                        Ponomarev Sergei
Ponomarev Sergei Reseach institute of the FPS of Russia ( chief researcher )
doctor of medical sciences
professor
Moskva , Russian Federation
                        Rodionov Aleksei
Rodionov Aleksei Academy of the FPS of Russia ( economy and management department , professor )
doctor of economic sciences
Ryazan' , Russian Federation
                        Romanova Nadezhda
Romanova Nadezhda Samara law institute of the FPS of Russia ( organizational-scientific and editorial-publishing department , deputy head )
candidate of historical sciences
Samara , Russian Federation
                        Stepanenko Vladimir
Stepanenko Vladimir International University “MITSO” ( international law department , associate professor )
candidate of jurisprudence sciences
Belarus
                        Terentiev Aleksey
Terentiev Aleksey Academy of the FPS of Russia ( economics and management department , associate professor )
candidate of technical sciences
docent
Ryazan' , Russian Federation
                        Tokubaev Zayrula
Tokubaev Zayrula Karaganda academy of the Internal Affairs of Republic of Kazakhstan named after B. Beysenov ( vice head of the Academy for academic work )
doctor of jurisprudence sciences
professor
Karaganda , Kazakhstan
                        Chernyshov Iliya
Chernyshov Iliya Academy of the FPS of Russia ( economics and management department , senior lecturer )
candidate of economic sciences
Ryazan' , Russian Federation
Rodionov Aleksei  — Editor-in-Chief
Academy of the FPS of Russia ( economy and management department , professor )
doctor of economic sciences
Ryazan' , Russian Federation
Nesterov Pavel Nikolaevich  — responsible secretary
Academy of the FPS of Russia ( publishing department , head of department )
Ryazan' , Russian Federation
Akimzhanov Talgat  — associate editor
Turan University ( Research Institute of law , head of Institute )
doctor of jurisprudence sciences
professor
Almaty , Kazakhstan
Bowman Dennis  — associate editor
Western Illinois University ( professor )
doctor of pedagogical sciences
Makomb, shtat Illinoys , United States of America
Hai Ngoc  — associate editor
People's police Academy of the Ministry of public security of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam ( forensic examinations department , head of department )
doctor of jurisprudence sciences
Hanoy , Vietnam
Kirillova Tat'yana  — associate editor
Reseach institute of the FPS of Russia ( center for the study of problems of management and organization of execution of sentences in the penal system , leading researcher )
doctor of pedagogical sciences
professor
Moskva , Russian Federation
Lehmann Marc  — associate editor
Northern Dimension Partnership in public health and social well-being ( prison health expert group , chair of group )
Berlin , Germany
Ponomarev Sergei  — associate editor
Reseach institute of the FPS of Russia ( chief researcher )
doctor of medical sciences
professor
Moskva , Russian Federation
Salaev Nodirbek  — associate editor
Tashkent state law University ( vice-rector for science and innovation )
doctor of jurisprudence sciences
docent
Tashkent , Uzbekistan
Shabanov Borisovich  — associate editor
Belarusian state University ( criminalistics department , head of department )
doctor of jurisprudence sciences
professor
Minsk , Belarus
Skakov Aidarkan  — associate editor
Eurasian national University named after L. N. Gumilev ( criminal law disciplines department , professor of department )
doctor of jurisprudence sciences
professor
Astana , Kazakhstan

GRNTI

Code 10.83
Name Уголовно-исполнительное право. Пенитенциария

Alexey Vladimirovich Rodionov. Graduated from Lugansk National University named after Vladimir Dahl, in 2008, specializing in penal and comparative law, national economy security and management. In 2010 he obtained his PhD from Lugansk National Agrarian University and in 2015 was awarded Doctor of science (economics) degree from International University of Business and Law. He is the author of more than 100 scientific works in the sphere of history of law, national economic policy and penal law. He is currently Professor of the Department of Economy and Management, Academy of the Federal Penal Service of Russia.
ORCID ID 0000-0002-9311-4896
ResearcherID E-5744-2016
Scopus Author ID 57194512706
AuthorID 859382

Journal's mission

International penitentiary cooperation can and should help States to coordinate criminal and penal policy, practice of sentencing and execution of penalties, means, methods of treatment with convicts according to universally recognized principles and norms of international law, as well as standards developed over the years of cooperation in this field. International penitentiary journal is a dialogue platform for describing and discussing penitentiary systems’ problems in all countries of the world. The publication is focused on the expansion of contacts between penitentiary systems of Russia and other States in the scientific and practical fields. Such cooperation is important due to the need for mutual consideration of positive and other experience in the penitentiary sphere, joint efforts in ensuring human and social security, crime prevention, execution of criminal penalties, etc. The journal is not limited by only one direction of Penitentiary systems’ activity. According to the Editorial Board’s opinion, none of them can be considered secondary. For this reason, the journal focuses on any issues of penitentiary practice: the history of penitentiary bodies and institutions, problems of international standards application for treatment with prisoners, inter-sectoral research in the field of criminal penalties sentencing and execution, legal, psychological, pedagogical and economic foundations of penitentiary systems’ development, ensuring the rule of law in their activities, personnel training for correctional institutions, etc.




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