Institute for Connected Communities (ICC)
The Institute for Connected Communities (ICC) vision is to be at the forefront of research into the human aspects of cybercrime and online harms, and to contribute to community and social wellbeing - locating the Institute for Connected Communities (ICC) at the centre of community and international research in the offline and online spheres.
The ICC's aims are:
- to be an international, networked institute in the heart of London, conducting high-quality theoretical, empirical and applied research focusing upon issues of safety and security, such as adult and child harms (offline and online), crime and cybercrime, effective policing, and other wellbeing and health themes, from a multidisciplinary perspective
- to promote evidence-based policies and practices for health and wellbeing on individual, community and society levels
- uniquely, to focus upon the intersection between online and offline criminality, exploring pathways into crime, including the context in which cybercrime occurs across policy, regulatory, legal frameworks and risk
- to provide excellent research-informed teaching and training.
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