International Centre for Comparative Criminology



Carlo Morselli


Université de Montréal, pavillon Lionel-Groulx
3150, rue Jean-Brillant, bureau C-4086
Montréal, Qc H3T 1N8
514 343-7065



The ICCC's primary mission is to conduct advanced research on the processes by which criminal behaviour is regulated and the control mechanisms put in place by public, private and community institutions. The research is done in association with students from undergraduate and graduate levels as a means to enhance their education. The research findings help promote concrete measures aimed at improving quality of life and the protection of rights and liberties. Finally, the ICCC serves as a hub for research conducted in different countries and languages.

Research Axes

  • Intervention
  • Regulation

*The mission comes from the centre's website.

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Estelle Vendrame

Responsable de programmes et de la planification opérationnelle


418 643-7582, poste 3229