The critcrim.org site is available to organizations and individuals working to critically analyze, and change, the justice system. The site is currently used by the American Society of Criminology's Division on Critical Criminology and the Critical Criminal Justice Section of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Members of these organizations are welcome to post information to the site.
In addition to specific sections created by these groups, much of the site is open to all users. Anyone interested in Critical Criminology is welcome to post to the site. Publishers are encouraged to add announcements about content of interest to the critical criminology community. Site users are welcome to post calls for papers or other relevant opportunities. Individuals are also encouraged to post announcements about their books, music, artwork, or anything else of interest to a wide variety of scholars.
In order to eliminate spam posts, users will need to contact the webmaster before contributing to the site. Provide your name and your purpose for posting to the site. Once you are registered, find a logical place to post your information (typically a blog post or forum announcement), compose, and post. Settings allow you to determine whether your content is promoted to the front page, so be sure to look over the options. We try to be open to a range of content but reserve the right to delete inappropriate content.