Institute for Connected Communities (ICC)
From working with some of the poorest, most marginalised and mobile communities in the UK to promote health and reduce inequalities, to working closely with the UK and international governments, safety tech industry, NGOs and charities in the online harms and cybercrime arenas, we use cutting-edge, evidence-based approaches to produce high-quality research that directly influences policy and practice, and that is always people-led and always focused on impact.
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ICC Evaluation Unit
The ICC Evaluation Unit offers project evaluation; qualitative and quantitative data (including Big Data) analysis; devising and delivering CPD courses in research or professional areas and delivery o
Our current work
We offer research and evaluation, consultancy, short teaching and training courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, training and bespoke Continuing Professional Development for the public
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Our ICC team have a unique range of experience and expertise including world leading academics from health, criminology and cybercriminology, psychology, sociology cyberpsychology, policing and law.
Our Vision and Mission
Our 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.