Charter and standards of publishing ethics of scientific journals of the law enforcement force of the Islamic Republic of Iran
This is a charter or commitment that outlines some ethical limits and responsibilities for conducting scientific research activities and publishing them in NAJA journals to prevent the authors of articles knowingly or unknowingly from committing research violations.
This charter is taken from the "Charter and Standards of Research Ethics" approved by the Deputy Minister of Research and Technology of the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology of Iran, internationally accepted publishing standards and experiences in NAJA scientific journals and some other scientific research journals.

 

 Introduction
Authors, referees, editors and editors of the journal are required to know and be committed to all principles of research ethics and related responsibilities in the field of publishing. Submission of the article by the authors, judging the article by the judges and deciding whether to accept or reject the article by the editorial board and the editor, is to know and comply with these rights, and if the author and authors do not adhere to these principles, He considers legal action to be his right. The charter and standards of research ethics approved by the Deputy Minister of Research and Technology of the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology should be a guide for authors and those involved in judging and publishing publications.

Duties and obligations of the authors:
The submitted articles must be in the specialized field of the journal and have been prepared scientifically and coherently, according to the standard of the journal.
The submitted articles should be the original research of the author (s) presenting the article and any use of other people's research should be mentioned in the article. The research must be done accurately and objectively and the data must be reported correctly.
The authors are responsible for the accuracy and precision of the content of the articles and the authors are obliged to ensure the accuracy and precision of the content of the articles. The publication of an article does not imply endorsement by the journal.
The author (s) have no right to resubmit an article. In other words, the article or part of it should not be published in any other journal in or outside the country or in the process of being judged and published.
The author (s) are not allowed to publish overlaps. Overlapping means publishing the data and findings of your previous articles with a slight change to an article as new.

 

The author (authors) is obliged to use the content of others, with the necessary reference, and if necessary, after obtaining written and explicit permission, to use the required resources. When the same writings of another researcher are used, direct citation methods and symbols should be used, such as putting it in quotation marks ("").
The author in charge of the article should make sure that the names and information of all the authors exist and that there are no names other than the researchers involved in conducting the research and preparing the article. In other words, the addition of "honorary author" and the removal of "real author" should be avoided.

The author in charge of the article is obliged to ensure that all authors of the article have read it and agreed to present it and their place in the article.
Submitting an article means that the authors have obtained the consent of all financial or spatial sponsors of the article and have introduced all financial or spatial sponsorships of the article.
The author (s) are obliged to inform the journal whenever they notice any errors or inaccuracies in their article, to correct it or to withdraw the article.
Any hazards posed to humans or the environment by research should be clearly stated in the article.

Unethical publishing and research behavior:
If at any stage of submitting, judging, editing, or publishing an article in NAJA journals, or after, the occurrence of any of the following is ensured, it is considered immoral publishing and research behavior and the journal has the right to deal with it legally.
Data forgery: is the reporting of unrealistic material and the presentation of data or fictitious results as laboratory results, experimental studies or personal findings. Unrealistically recording what did not happen or shifting the results of various studies are examples of this violation.

Data distortion: is the recording and presentation of research results in such a way that the details of the research or data collection process are manipulated, or data is deleted or altered, or some small results are magnified to hide larger facts so that the results The research should be pursued in the direction of specific goals or the presented results should not be questioned.
Plagiarism: involves the close adaptation of thoughts and expressions of other authors, copying in the expression of ideas, structural similarities in writing or attributing ideas and results of others without proper reference, or introducing it as a genuine scientific research.

Scientific lease: means that the author (s) hire another person to do the research and after the end of the research, publish it in his own name with little involvement and possession.
Unrealistic attribution: refers to the unrealistic attribution of the author (s) to an institution, center, or educational or research group that did not play a role in the original research.
Resubmit an article, republish overlap, add "honorary author" or delete "real author"

See immoral cases:
NAJA Scientific Journals reserves the right to suspend the arbitration proceedings before publication or to delete the article afterwards in the event of immorality. These cases will be announced to the authors after review by the editorial board and the necessary action will be taken based on them.