Policies for Master of Arts in Criminal Justice Leadership
Who Can Submit
Master of Arts in Criminal Justice Leadership only publishes materials about work conducted under the auspices of Master of Arts in Criminal Justice Leadership. For additional information, please contact email@example.com.
Digital Commons@CSP is a permanent archive of scholarly material. As such, Concordia University retains the right to preserve permanently any Work submitted to Digital Commons@CSP. Under some circumstances a Work may be removed from public view and a note will be added to the public record indicating its removal. The descriptive data for all Works will be retained and available for viewing by the public. Requests for the removal of a particular Work should be made in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. The request for removal of a Work does not guarantee its removal.
Authors do not have an opportunity to approve papers they have submitted prior to them becoming publicly available on the site; therefore, please be sure that the paper is ready for public distribution.
Rights and Permissions
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It is necessary that you agree to the terms of publishing in the repository listed in the Digital Commons@CSP Submission Agreement.