Allegations of Misconduct
Journal of University of Anbar for Pure Science (JUAPS)  is very sensitive to research misconduct and uses all means available to prevent publishing miscounted research. Though there is no standard definition of research misconduct, the Council of Editors defines research misconduct broadly in three categories of action and conduct. JUAPS uses this definition of misconduct in its dealing with the issue and follows strictly the COPE. In addition, for each component of the research misconduct, JUAPS has many assurance policies as follows:
- Mistreatment of research subjects
- Falsification and Fabrication of data
- Piracy and Plagiarism

Protection of Animal rights
JUAPS does not publish manuscripts that do not declare a statement about the protection of animal rights. Normally, the journal requires that a statement is declared that research has been reviewed by an institutional review board either in the material method section of the manuscript or in the acknowledgment section of the manuscript. JUAPS encourages authors to report the registry number of the council certification.

Falsification and Fabrication of data
Fabrication is defined as making up data without actually collecting or synthesizing scientific data. Falsification is defined as the manipulation of research material in order to reach a favorable result. Fabrication and falsification could happen at any stage of research (in the field) up to the publication of a manuscript, where misuse of citation can happen (referencing a citation when the citation does not support the argument). JUAPS tries to identify any kind of fabrication or falsification in all levels of manuscript processing, from initial screening to comprehensive evaluation of a revised manuscript and even after a manuscript has been published. Reporting any fabrication and falsification is an ethical duty of our authors, co-authors, reviewers, editors, and readers. In any event of falsification or fabrication, JUAPS keeps its right to retract or withdraw the fabricated or falsified article. JUAPS strictly follows the COPE guidelines in dealing with fabrication and falsification.

Plagiarism is defined as the appropriation of another person's ideas, processes, results, or words without giving appropriate credit. Another category of plagiarism is self-plagiarism when the author publishes his own idea, data, and text in different journals when no need for such duplication exists. JUAPS uses all means to detect plagiarism. As a matter of quality assurance, a similarity of more than 20% in the text of a manuscript will be returned to the author to remove the similarities and reduce the chance of plagiarism. JUAPS strictly follows the COPE in dealing with plagiarized articles.