Why advertise in The Justice Journal?
It's good for your business and your community!
In the post 9/11 era we worry about terrorism and relive it every time we board an airplane
or pass through a metal detector at a sporting event. We worry about our schoolchildren
being taken hostage and harmed.
The publicís interest in crime has never been higher.
Everywhere there are reminders of the dangers, seven days a week, 24 hours a day, and the
reports often seem to blur the line between entertainment and everyday life. We see the
statistics in the media and we feel it with increased taxes and insurance premiums. We
have either been the victim of crime, or know someone who has been.
Crime targets all demographic groups.
No one is immune. Everyone has an interest.
The Justice Journal responds to these universal concerns by reporting on issues of national
importance and local relevance. By providing a forum for discussion and debate, we
encourage the public and law enforcement to work together. The Justice Journalís multifaceted approach ensures your advertising dollars connect you to your customers.
- The Justice Journal offers practical, easy-to-understand dialogue on crime and crime
prevention. We educate our readers, allowing them to make informed decisions.
- The Justice Journal is offered free-of-charge in an engaging environment that increases
reader involvement. With a circulation of 40,000, The Justice Journal reaches households
throughout Fairfield County, as well as every local Police Department, State Police Post
and courthouse throughout the state. No other publication delivers this combination.
- We sponsor community outreach opportunities and educational events with expert
speakers, authors, law enforcement officials and more.
- We are committed to contributing a portion of our advertising revenue to local agencies
and non-profit organizations that promote community safety.
Your advertising investment identifies you as a partner
in creating a safer community.
The Justice Journal advertisers are community stakeholders and business pacesetters
who want to make a difference by encouraging citizens to take an active role in making
our cities and towns more secure.