International Code of Conduct Association
- Access Control & Biometrics
- Guarding Services / Close Protection
- Perimeter Protection
- Risk, Resilience & Compliance
- Training & Consultancy
Founded in 2013, ICoCA is a multi-stakeholder initiative, whose mission is to raise private security industry standards and practices that respect human rights and international humanitarian law. ICoCA does this by conducting due diligence on its Members & Affiliates, monitoring their activities, certifying their operations, providing guidance and handling complaints.
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This step-by-step guide for the users of private security helps embed human rights due diligence into the procurement process.
ICoCA produces online training courses in multiple languages on human rights and international humanitarian law. These courses are available in multiple languages and are for free to all employees of ...
ICoCA provides thought-leadership at the nexus of human rights and responsible security. Our guidance documents are available for free in multiple languages.
A brief introduction to ICoCA and the reasons why the users private security companies should contract responsible providers that respect human rights and international humanitarian law.
Providing a brief overview of ICoCA and it's mission to raise private industry standards and practices through multi-stakeholder engagement governance.
Andrew Farquhar CBE, Managing Director UK, GardaWorld talks about ICoCA.
We are pleased to announce that ICoCA is an official partner at this year’s East Africa Humanitarian PPP & Procurement Summitto be held in Nairobi, Kenya from 7-9 December, 2022. The conference will b ...
The new EU directive on mandatory due diligence for companies doesn’t pay enough attention to the risks at play in conflict-affected and high-risk areas.
This document outlines case for support for the International Code of Conduct Association - ICoCA