The International Society of Criminology welcomes agreements with institutions of higher learning, research centers, professional organizations, and private think-tanks to pursue a variety of activities and projects in the interest of developing criminology as a discipline, to intervene effectively in policy-making and to propose and conduct concrete programs in the area of crime and criminal justice. The Society also welcomes invitations to take part in funded projects proposed by its members to various funding organizations, like, for example, the European Union, the National Institute of Justice (USA), the Organization of American States and others.
International Center for Comparative Criminology
The International Center for Comparative Criminology was founded in 1969 in partnership with the International Society of Criminology to bring together researchers seeking a multidisciplinary understanding of the processes by which criminal behavior is regulated and control mechanisms are put in place by public, private, and community institutions. It is the largest body of Francophone researchers in the field of criminal phenomena, control and security, and one of the leading centers worldwide. The ICCC has been associated with the International Society of Criminology since its very beginning.
For more information see: http://www.cicc.umontreal.ca/en