ICCWC

ICCWC delivers specialized training for law enforcement officers

Cutting-edge training in investigation techniques has been delivered to wildlife law enforcement officials across Asia, helping them in their battle to halt transnational organized wildlife and forest crime.

First global meeting of wildlife enforcement networks highlights importance of cross-border cooperation to combat transnational organized wildlife and forest crime

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Bangkok, 7 March 2013 – The first global meeting of wildlife enforcement networks took place alongside the 16th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) to scale up regional enforcement capacity and coordination to respond to the serious threat posed by wildlife criminal networks.

New report warns of uncertain future for African elephants

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Elephant poaching doubled & illegal ivory trade tripled in recent years 

Enhanced law Enforcement, international collaboration and
reducing demand required to avert crisis

Ministers come together in Bangkok to discuss the serious nature of transnational organized wildlife and forest crime

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Heads of global consortium to fight wildlife crime meet to discuss future strategies to combat transnational organized wildlife and forest crime

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Bangkok, 5 March 2013 – The executive heads of a consortium established to combat wildlife crime met alongside the triennial Conference of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).

Wildlife crime consortium to host high-level events on transnational organized wildlife crime at CITES Conference

CITES welcomes Secretary Clinton’s ‘Call for Action’ on illegal wildlife trade

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Geneva, 11 November 2012 – CITES, the convention on international wildlife trade, welcomes the call to combat the illegal trade in wildlife made by US State Secretary Hillary Clinton at an event on ‘Wildlife Trafficking and Conservation: A Call to Action’ held in Washington, D.C. on 8 November, 2012.

ICCWC launches wildlife and forest crime toolkit

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The Consortium also secures USD 600k to strengthen national enforcement capacities

Opening remarks by John E. Scanlon, CITES Secretary-General

Bangkok, Thailand, 14 February, 2012


Executive Director of INTERPOL's Police Service
Leaders of the Customs and Police authorities of the tiger range States
Representatives of the Host Country
Colleagues from the International Consortium on Combating Wildlife Crime
Distinguished participants

World's wild tiger range countries agree on police and customs enforcement measures for nearly-extinct species

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