In 2005, the ICCC completely restructured its communication policies in order to better reflect the significant productivity of its researchers. As a result, it was decided to produce each year an ICCC Yearbook and ICCC Annual Report.
This new approach serves three purposes: increase the ICCC’s exposure by better reporting on the work of its researchers, further reach out to the international criminal and criminal justice research community and increase the amount of internships and joint projects undertaken with our international colleagues.
The Annual Report and Yearbook differ mainly in that the latter is a comprehensive report on the ICCC’s activities, whereas the Annual Report provides a more summarized view. The Report is printed in colour and contains charts and images, including summary and comparative charts that outline the evolution of the ICCC’s activities over the last five years.