The IPSA Journal is an opportunity to publish articles about leadership issues and best practices relevant to public safety. Our readers represent the entire public safety community: law enforcement, fire service, EMS, telecommunications, public works (water, sanitation, and transportation), public health, hospitals, security, private sector, and emergency management.
Meet our new Editor-in-Chief: Gregory Walterhouse
Walterhouse is an Active Lifetime Member of the International Public Safety Association and an Associate Teaching Professor in the Department of Political Science at Bowling Green State University. Prior to joining BGSU, Walterhouse worked in local government for over 35 years holding various public safety managerial positions. He holds a B.S. in Business Administration, M.A. in Management, M.A. in Legal Studies and a Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership.
We accept manuscripts twice a year from December - March 31 for June publication and July - September 30 for December publication.
If you are interested in submitting a manuscript for double-blind peer review and publication consideration, please follow the steps below.
Are you interested in being a Peer Reviewer? We accept applications on a rolling basis. Peer Reviewers are volunteer opportunities vital to the IPSA Journal. We invite you to apply and encourage others too.