Reversing the Tide of Wildlife Poaching and Trafficking
Measuring Success through Results
The contents of this report may be read as standalone articles or as successive chapters building up a theme of successful wildlife crime enforcement.
- How do traffickers operate?
- Where are animals sourced from / sent to?
- Where do rhino horn seizures occur?
- Where do elephant ivory seizures occur?
- Where do pangolin seizures occur?
- Where do tiger / big cat seizures occur?
- Why are some buyers offering outrageous prices?
- What should alert suspicion?
- What is an early indicator of potentially serious expansion in wildlife trade?
- How does one predict the next ‘big thing’?
- How do traffickers decide on smuggling techniques?
- Which seized animals may be suitable for repatriation?
- Which vehicle type is used for reptiles / birds / mammals?
- Why should transport of captive bred species be interdicted?
- How can one share enforcement information?
- How can one measure the success of enforcement efforts?
Policy and Planning
- Which global and or national systems have proven effective?
- What are the do’s and don’ts for wildlife enforcement?
- Which anti-corruption methods work?