The International Centre for Sport Security (ICSS) is a global, independent and non-profit organisation. We work tirelessly to address some of the most prominent challenges and issues facing the world of sport today, as well as to protect it from emerging and future threats.
Having brought together respected leaders from sport, government agencies, law enforcement, international organisations, academia and the business community, we have an established team of experts in the fields of sport, international cooperation and event safety and security, sport integrity and socio-economic development.
Through our services and with the support of our donors, the ICSS has been able to invest in several pioneering initiatives to safeguard sport – from initiating the first-ever research into the scale of Manipulation of Sports Competitions as part of the Sorbonne-ICSS Sport Integrity Research Programme, 2012-14, to working with international organisations leading to the development of advanced policies in different fields pertaining to the protection of sport; the ICSS has made its impact.
As an independent global hub, we strive to safeguard sport through our commitment and work to ensure good governance, integrity and safety and security in sport.
For sport to be safe and ethically governed so that its positive values remain an inspiration for all.
There are increasingly significant threats to sport safety, security and integrity, which, if left unchecked, could damage the fabric of society
Everyone has a duty to protect the values and ethics that sport teaches.
We are all custodians of sport.
At the International Centre for Sport Security (ICSS), our mission is to help safeguard sport. We develop programmes and tools to help sport confront the challenges that it faces. By doing this, we can advance policy and action to build a safer future for fans and athletes around the world.
We offer our expertise and vision – in the service of sport.