The reviewing procedure of scientific papers sent for publication in Current Problems of Forensic Science:
1. The articles’ reviewing procedure is in accordance with the recommendations of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.
2. Transferring the text for publication in Current Problems of Forensic Science is synonymous with the Authors’ permission for initializing the article review procedure.
3. The transferred papers are submitted for the preliminary, formal evaluation conducted by the Scientific Board and the Scientific Editorial Staff of Current Problems of Forensic Science, for their compatibility with the publishing requirements, and the thematic interests of the publisher.
4. The standard procedure dictates that the articles are reviewed by two independent reviewers, neither of whom are a part of the Scientific Board or the Scientific Editorial Staff, nor are the full-time employees of the entities publishing the magazine. Considering the narrow circle of experts in certain fields of forensic specialties, particularly in the field of forensic techniques, the rule of independent reviewers may be deviated from, resulting in the appointment of specialists from the ranks of the University of Warsaw or Polish Forensic Association.
5. The transferred articles are not passed on to the reviewers from the same institution as the one the Authors originate from.
6. The papers are reviewed anonymously. The reviewers are not privy to the Authors’ names. The Authors are informed about the results of the reviewing procedure in accordance with the principles of review’s confidentiality. In the case of a controversial situation, another reviewer shall be appointed.
7. Articles published in Current Problems of Forensic Science are published based on Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0) licence.
Peer-reviewers in 2019 (Vol. XXIII PWK)
Ryszard Bełdzikowski, Wacław Brzęk, Ryszard Burda, Kacper Gradoń, Sylwia Gwoździewicz, Marek Leśniak, Henryk Malewski, Bronisław Młodziejowski,