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The Journal of Applied Security Research:
Prevention and Response in Asset Protection, Terrorism and Violence

Publisher: Taylor and Francis Group
http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/19361610.asp

The Journal presents information on developments occurring at the cutting edge of security, and reports on new or changing education and training programs emerging as a result of these advancements. The Journal is the official journal of the Academy of Security Educators and Trainers and serves as a forum in which to discuss the protection needs of organizations and the education, training, and certification needs of practitioners. The Journal publishes original, peer-reviewed articles by leading security educators, practitioners, and researchers. Also, each issue features columns in the following areas: Academy of Security Educators and Trainers News; Book Reviews; Web Site Reviews; An Evolving List of Security Academic Programs; A Review of a Selected Academic and Training Program; and Student Papers. The next issue of the Journal will feature articles on the following topics:

  • Securing the Administration of Justice
  • Portfolio Theory for Regional Disaster Analysis and Policy
  • Hurricane Katrina: Lessons for Academic Emergency and Disaster Management Degree Programs
  • Research Directions in Terrorism, Disaster, and Urban Security
  • Researching Terrorist Networks
  • Building Codes: A Regulatory Mechanism for Reducing the Vulnerability of Urban areas
  • Evacuation of People with Disabilities
  • Security on Buses and Trains: Guarding the Nation’s Transit Systems Against Terrorist Attacks
  • Planning for Community Health Emergencies: The Research Challenge
  • Social psychological approaches to understanding and preventing terrorism: Toward an interdisciplinary perspective
  • Policing Global Challenges: Law Enforcement Cooperation and Partnerships
  • A Systems Approach to Long-Term Urban Disaster Recovery
  • Enhancing the Resilience of Communities against Extreme Events from an Earthquake Engineering Perspective
  • Agent-Based Simulations for Disaster Decision Support

 


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