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Want to contribute an article?

Response Australia is on the lookout for contributors to our publication. We support those frontline personnel who wish to share their experiences, thoughts and insights.

Acceptable topics are:

--- Advanced Training for Law Enforcement and/or Military.

--- Equipment issues.

--- History: Lessons learned, or ignored?

--- Management, Leadership, Supervision.

---Current events.

--- Articles supporting further training for our Law Enforcement.

--- Australian Law Enforcement related articles. 

--- Equipment reviews. 

---Inside "The Job".


1) Articles may be submitted by any person with an interest in promoting the provision of better training and equipment for those who protect the security of our nation.

2) All articles must be original works. All research material should be referenced and properly credited. 

3) Articles must be submitted in Microsoft Word (*.doc) format.

4) Articles must have a Title.

5) Articles must be a minimum of 700 words, with a maximum word count of 2,500 words. If your article word count exceeds 2,500 words, please email us with a brief overview of your article and why a higher word count is necessary to address the topic covered.

6) When submitting an article for the first time, an author biography must be attached as a separate document. Biographies should give a clear and concise overview of the author's background and experience in the article subject covered. Biographies should not exceed 250 words and may be edited for length if the subject article is published.

7) All works submitted become the property of Response Australia eMagazine and may be used on whatever schedule deemed most beneficial to the publication and the reading public.

8) Unless otherwise agreed upon prior to publication, no compensation shall be paid for any article submissions, published or otherwise.

9) All submitted articles shall be emailed to This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

10) If a submission is a collaborative work, biographies for all writers to be credited shall be forwarded in compliance with #6 above.

11) If a collaborative work is submitted under a single author's name, it is the responsibility of that author to secure authorisation by the other involved authors / contributors to use their work without publication credit. Response Australia eMagazine accepts no responsibility or liability for non-credited collaborative works.

12) Anonymous work will not be permitted. However, if you fear reprisal for your work, Response Australia will publish your work under an alias of your choice. Your true identity will remain confidential, unless a Search Warrant or Court Order seeking your identity is served upon the staff of Response Australia eMagazine.

Photographs / Images:

1) All photographs / images submitted must be a minimum of 300dpi resolution at 4"x6" in size.

2) Response Australia eMagazine will accept images in the following formats: *.jpg, *.gif, *.tif.

3) All photographs / images submitted must be accompanied by information regarding:

---The title of the article they support;

---The photographer / artist who took or created the image for credit;

---The date and time photograph was taken if possible;

---Company name associated with photographer / artist.

4) If any of your photos include a person or people, you need to provide proper identifying information for them, i.e. name, rank, agency, etc.

5) Each photo or image submission needs to include a recommended or suggested caption.

If you have any questions regarding the submission of artwork, e-mail us using the words "artwork submission query" in the subject line.

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