The George J. Beto Criminal Justice Center supports the publication of several journals, periodicals, and reports read by interested parties all over the world, including academicians, professionals, public officials, students, and amateurs whose interests in criminal justice range from psychology and sociology to law enforcement, corrections, and education.
- Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice (APCJ) is an international, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed academic journal that examines the intersection of psychology and criminal justice. APCJ is available in both print and electronic journal formats.
- The Criminal Justice Mandate serves as both the alumni magazine for the SHSU College of Criminal Justice and the official news bulletin for the CJ Center. The Mandate is published twice a year, bringing current updates on our alumni and news about developments in our many training and research programs to friends of the College and the CJ Center.
- Faculty Research Notes: Tap into the newest research being done at the Criminal Justice Center, with a compilations of activities, studies and publications by faculty and staff.
- Graduate Newsletter: For the latest in graduate studies, keep your finger on the pulse with this publication featuring programs, achievements and activities for graduate students and Ph.D. candidates.
- Undergraduate Newsletter: Keep abreast of the latest activities for criminal justice students, including scholarship, internships, special programs and upcoming events.
- The Texas Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics Program Bulletin (TELEMASP) is a monthly publication designed to distribute information about comparative administrative practices of Texas law enforcement agencies throughout the state.