Specifically the following among others are the functions of the Centre:

To educate and/or enlighten the members of the community with the view of giving them proper orientation on acceptable social norms/behaviours, including giving orientation on the University ethos to newly recruited academic staff

To organize educative programmes on social Behaviours through lectures/seminars/workshops/dramas/musical concerts

To organize interactive sensitization fora, where both students and university staff can interact outside the classroom, and public education/enlightenmen

To act as ombudsman in the university To receive and utilize information on anti-social behaviour for both preventive and curative measure depending on when such information was received

To initiate measures aimed at preventing and checkmating all acts of violence including cultism and rescuing the victims of such acts of violence. Taking measures aimed at restoring, reintegrating and rehabilitating repentant cultists/perpetrators of violence in order to give them new orientation.

To counsel both staff and students on acceptable social behaviors as the need arises To mediate and use alternative dispute resolution method to resolve conflicts in their infancy

To research, monitor and evaluate the status of anti-social occurrences with a view to suggesting ways out Organize workshops/conferences on social behaviours

To form some semi-formal intelligence gathering group/squad

To work with and report cases requiring security attention to the security unit

To create a website for information gathering from willing members of the general public including members of UI community Perform any other such duties the VC may from time to assign to the Centre

To periodically publish and disseminate information on the right behaviour and on threats to good behaviour To produce annual report for Senate The governing body shall be a Board headed by DVC (Admin). There shall also be a committee of the Board on Anti-Cultism to be chaired by the Director.