Journal of Police Medicine (e-ISSN: 2283-3483) and (ISSN: 2228-6241) is open access and peer-reviewed journal affiliated to the Directorate of Health, Rescue and Treatment of Iran Police Headquarter With the following research centers:
Applied Research Center of Police Medicine
Research Center for Trauma in Police Operations,
Research Center for Cognitive & Behavioral Sciences in Police
Research Center for Life & Health Sciences & Biotechnology of the Police
Three centers of these, have the principal agreement from the Ministry of Health and Medical Education. The journal was established to inform various fields of police medicine and improve the scientific level of medical and paramedical personnel of the Armed Forces and started working with the permission of the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance. After publishing 4 issues in a year and publishing numerous scientific articles in the field of police medicine and also publishing medical research achievements to honor the efforts of researchers and scholars of the Armed Forces and those interested in police medicine in the country, Of The Deputy Minister of Research and Technology of the Ministry of Health and Medical Education was asked to obtain a scientific-research rank on 2012 April 9. After detailed expert examinations and the existence of many restrictions, in the one hundred and seventh session of the Commission of Medical Journals of the country on 20120 June 10 and the Journal of Police Medicine was recognized as eligible for scientific-research rank. With the support of researchers and scholars of the Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran as well as other universities and research centers of the country, it is hoped that the journal of police medicine can improve the quality of science and knowledge of police headquarter in national, regional and international arenas and its mission to achieve more To present to the world the scientists and sages of the holy system of the Islamic Republic of Iran. With the support of researchers and scholars of the Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran as well as other universities and research centers of the country, it is hoped that the journal Police medicine can improve the quality of science and knowledge of police in national, regional and presenting as much as possible the achievements and capabilities of the scientists and sages of the holy system of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the world.
About Police Medicine
Police medicine is the power of the police headquarters of the Islamic Republic of Iran, which is in line with the realization of its goals of maintaining the health and capability of the security guards of the society. Police medicine is a field of health sciences that deals with those issues related to health that are directly or indirectly related to public safety and health and address them not only in terms of health but also in terms of security. For this reason, in addition to medical knowledge, police headquarters personnel must also have the necessary competencies. Due to its structure, mission, and nature police medicine is highly specialized, and the specific nature of missions and the description of their duties make it necessary in many cases for the cooperation of specialized forces in various fields. The structure of police medicine requires that it always keep pace with the latest developments in technology and knowledge, and requires both basic and applied research. The functional areas of police medicine are not just issues related to medicine or health. Research that can be done and has an effective application in the field of police medicine is the application of medical sciences, psychology, biology, genetics, and laboratory sciences in policy issues. On the other hand, many areas of police headquarter function are specific to themselves (for example, aeronautical medicine in the Iranian Police Aviation due to the presence of police in specific flight conditions). Since the main issue for the survival of human beings is maintaining health, attention to medicine has always been a human concern. Police medicine, which is more specialized in nature than military medicine, has attracted the attention of scientific communities due to the special missions of the police, such as the police in critical situations such as hostage-taking, bomb blasts, Dealing with armed villains, nuclear/biological/chemical terrorist operations, urban riots. , Accidents with High Injuries (MCI), Traffic Accidents, Rescue and Transfer (Land, Air, Sea), and Care and Treatment of Defendants are actively present. Police