Strengthening Regional Law Enforcement

Working with Interpol, the ASEAN National Police and the ASEAN Working Group on the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species and Wildlife Enforcement, USAID Wildlife Asia supports law enforcement collaboration in the region and brings together enforcement authorities in Asia and Africa to share intelligence on active investigations and collaborate in dismantling transcontinental trafficking syndicates. Law enforcement efforts are further supported through introduction of new technologies, including wildlife forensics and smart phone applications.

 

USAID Wildlife Asia Counter Wildlife Trafficking Digest, Issue II, March 2019

Mar 01, 2019 · File

USAID Wildlife Asia regularly updates documentation of the current state of wildlife trafficking of these species through a compilation of secondary ...

USAID Wildlife Asia Counter Wildlife Trafficking Digest: Southeast Asia and China

Mar 02, 2018 · File

USAID Wildlife Asia aims to document and understand the current state of wildlife trafficking in Southeast Asia and China through the compilation of secondary ...

The Principles of Wildlife Conservation Funds and Restitution – Additional remedy to wildlife and forest offenses

Mar 19, 2018 · File

The Principles of Wildlife Conservation Funds and Restitution – Additional remedy to wildlife and forest offenses in East Asia and the Pacific alone, the ...

Counter Wildlife Trafficking Initiatives Reference Guide: Cambodia, China, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam

Jul 14, 2017 · File

Currently there are a large number of initiatives to counter wildlife trafficking occurring in South East Asia conducted by a variety of organizations and ...

USAID Wildlife Asia to integrate Counter Wildlife Trafficking (CWT) technology and innovation

Jul 18, 2017 · News Item

Following-up from the CWT Innovations Conference, USAID Wildlife Asia is continuing to explore possibilities to apply and support technologies and innovations.