International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC)
Centre international pour la prévention de la criminalité (CIPC)
Centro Internacional para la Prevención de la Criminalidad (CIPC)
1994-04-07 Montréal QC Canada
7 Apr 1994, Montréal QC (Canada), by the governments of France, Canada and Québec, who adopted a declaration on the creation in Montréal of the Centre and joined forces with the Montréal Urban Community (MUC), Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM), F-XF1808 - European Forum for Urban Security (Efus), and the 'Société du Centre de conférences internationales de Montréal', to set up a Constituent Board for ICPC.
Support development and implementation of practical and effective policies, programmes and projects to reduce crime and delinquency; reinforce feelings of safety in communities, cities and other regional authorities; enhance civic vitality; support concerted action and cooperation among partners in institutional, community, voluntary and private sectors, including citizens, to deal with problems of crime and insecurity; support strategies to mobilize key community stakeholders in crime prevention.
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