On the page for “Journal Home”—https://journals.sagepub.com/home/icj, change the box on “About this journal” to read:
International Criminal Justice Review (ICJR) publishes peer-reviewed research on crime and justice across the globe. In 2021, we claimed a paradoxical status: as the most open of all subscription journals. Our publisher, Sage, improves the quality and dissemination of our publications, but not everyone can afford to read the “version of record”; and few authors can afford to make their works gold access. We solve those problems by paving a middle-road: We deposit “author accepted manuscripts” (i.e., postprints) in a Zenodo community dedicated to ICJR, in collaboration with ShareYourPaper.org. We promote open science in other ways. We only review books that are open access. We share reviews of our articles on CrimRxiv, which can be seen on this page. Currently, we are developing a policy for promoting the free and transparent sharing of data, analytic code, and other information underlying our publications. Please join us in giving the world’s citizens what they deserve: the free, transparent, and truly international movement of information and knowledge.