Journal of Thai Justice System is an academic journal that is made up according to the mission of National Commission for Justice Administration Management under the National Justice Administration Development Act in 2006, which is responsible for publicizing and disseminating knowledge about justice administration. Therefore, the Office of Justice Affairs as the secretary of the National Commission for Justice Administration Management has made up the justice system journal that is issued every 4 month  The first journal was published in 2008 with the purpose to promote, support and disseminate academic articles and research of faculty teachers, researchers, scholars, as well as postgraduate students. Additionally it is also promote, education, research, search for new knowledge including developing the existing knowledge in order to develop whole justice process as well as administration system , legal, organizational management, or other related fields for interested parties or the public. In the past, the Journal of Thai Justice system has published academic written articles, research articles on legal and justice sytem. The editorial team consists of experts, lecturers, scholar in related fields who will screene all of the articles and disseminated to educational institutions, agencies, and the public continuously until now.

        Journal of Thai Justice system has submitted a journal quality assessment from the Thai-Journal Citation Index (TCI) Center in 2013. On April 30 2013 TCI has announced the quality assessment results, for the Journal of Thai Justice system to be classified as second group of journals in the TCI database in Humanities and Social Sciences. On June 30, 2021, the Journal of Thai Justice system was notified of the journal quality assessment results to be ranked in the first group of journals in the TCI database, effective from January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2024.

Vol. 16 No. 3 (2023): Journal of Thai Justice System

Published: 2023-12-28

Guidelines for promotion and development of mediation process according to the Mediation Act, B.E. 2562

Udom Ngammuangsakul, Chaloemwut Sarakit , Wimonrakha Sirichairawan, Krisada Jaikaewti, Vassanon Vassanon


Student Bullying Behavior in Thailand through a Criminological Perspective

Natthapon Sokantat, Sunee Kanyajit, Phongthon Thanyasiri, Suppakorn Poonyarith


Prevention of Violence Victimization against Gender Diverse People and Solutions

Taywan Viwatpattanakul, Aranee Vivatthanaporn, Navapat Narongsak


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