International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC)
The International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC) is an international forum that works on the crime prevention, and community safety. It encourages the developments of inspiring act as well as foster effective exchange between criminal justice systems and civil societies across the world.
It is established in 1994 by the government of Canada, France and Quebec for the prevention of crime and community safety. It is located in Montreal. From day of creation of ICPC have continuously giving updated descriptions and analyses of global as well as national crime prevention policies to member countries.
Organisational Structure of International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC)
- Board of Directors: It is comprised of an elected panel of ICPC Members who manages and administers the affairs of ICPC.
- Advisory and Policy Committee (APC): It is composed of representatives from contributing governments.
- Scientific Committee: It was established in 2002 that are responsible for maintaining an informal network of international experts in the field.