The Center for Community-Based Policing and Post-Conflict Police Reform is an international and interdisciplinary research and learning center hosted by the Department of International Environment and Development Studies, NMBU.
The ICT4COP Center aims to perform and communicate cutting-edge research and teaching on central issues related to community-based policing (COP) and post-conflict police reform. In doing so, the Center will develop and apply novel approaches to address current and emerging challenges related to the multitude of choices which can be made in policing, security provision and police reform in these difficult contexts. It also seeks to maintain a global network of researchers and practitioners with the Police Experts Network.
The ICT4COP Center is headed by Ingrid Nyborg, Department of International Environment and Development Studies, NMBU. The ICT4COP Center Advisory Group is comprised of institutional and individual members committed to furthering the aims and objectives of the ICT4COP Center.
To learn more about the Center's work, visit our main page here.
For any inquiries, please contact the Center at ICT4COP@nmbu.no.
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