ICPC offers expertise and technical assistance to states, cities, NGOs and private companies.
ICPC research focuses on the applicability of international standards and key theoretical concepts in the prevention of crime and violence.
ICPC disseminates and exchanges knowledge / information primarily through the publication of reports on trends and perspectives in the field of crime and prevention.
For over 25 years, the International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC) has been working towards building safer and more inclusive communities by promoting proactive and non-criminal measures to address risk and protective factors that have an impact on crime.
United Nations Guiding Principles on Crime Prevention
ICPC has become a key player in the international arena for crime and violence prevention. The Centre played a fundamental role in the creation of the United Nations Guidelines for the Prevention of Crime and continues to actively promote them today.
The main mission of ICPC is to promote safer societies by preventing and reducing acts of violence and crime in communities through specific practices aimed at the reduction of criminality.
« Crime prevention is composed of proactive noncriminal measures, aimed at reducing crime by acting on the risk and protection factors that impact criminality.» (ICPC)
ICPC is a unique international forum and resource centre dedicated to the exchange of ideas and knowledge on crime prevention and community safety.
The Governing Board
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