Integrity is the most fundamental value to sport.
Corruption erodes the very spirit of sport.
Without integrity competition is meaningless. Breaches of integrity not only damage these values, but will shape a sport’s popularity and ultimately its business and sponsorship viability, and even its survival. While many sports have taken active steps towards safeguarding competitions, the threats to integrity today are so internationally significant – so growing and constantly changing – that the ICSS established a specialist Sport Integrity Directorate staffed with industry-leading experts in order to provide valued integrity support to all sports.
The Sport Integrity Directorate (SID) at the ICSS is foremost in providing the latest Policy Initiatives, Useful Guides, Informative Research and Publications, Protection of Youth Programs in Sport, Training and Corruption in Sport Awareness briefings and information, along with hands-on assistance in the field of Sport Integrity for any entity engaged in defeating Corruption in Sports.
SID focuses on being the independent Sport Integrity watchdog across all Sports and Sport associated industries and groups.
It focuses on providing the latest research, education, detection and monitoring, investigations, and support on policy and governance.
Sport Integrity Tool Kit:
Research and Publications:
For any information or to report incidents of match-fixing or any form of corruption in sports or its associated industries and groups, please contact the SID Integrity Team: firstname.lastname@example.org
Within the SID there are three primary areas that support:
-Sport Integrity Legal Unit
-International Cooperation, Strategy and Policy Development (Anti-corruption)
-Anti-Corruption and Transparency Operations