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Protected area operational and tactical enforcement conservation training manual
Author(s): Freeland
Year: 2015
Description/Abstract: A 198 page training manual covering all aspects of patrolling a protected area for law enforcement
Keywords: Patrol, offenders, surveillance
Wildlife and forest crimes analytic toolkit- report of UNODC mission to Vietnam
Author(s): UNODC
Year: 2015
Description/Abstract: Wildlife crime in Vietnam 141 page report. The key elements being: 1. Identifying current patterns of wildlife and forest offences, including their drivers and actors; 2. Analysing the criminal justice response, including the legislative, enforcement, prosecutorial and judicial systems in use;3. Understanding the different links and actors in the wildlife and forest offences chain; and 4. Implementing measures to address and prevent wildlife offences from being committed by offering alternative incentives .
Keywords: Vietnam, wildlife trafficking
Current WCS action on Wildlife trade in Lao PDR
Author(s): S.Silithammavong, WCS Laos
Year: 2014
Description/Abstract: Wildlife crime in Lao PDR with an overview of WCS Lao activities to combat wildlife crime. Describes enforcement sites, wildlife and trade surveys, ASEAN WEN and projects in Nam Et Phou Loy and Bolikhamxay.
Keywords: ASEAN WEN,Bolkhamxay, market surveys
An idenification guide to wildlife products
Author(s): Scott Roberton, WCS Vietnam
Year: 2009
Description/Abstract: Guide Provides a practical and concise guide for the identification of commonly traded wildlife products in South East Asia.
Keywords: Wildlife products
An overview of the wildlife crimes unit
Author(s): WCS Indonesia
Year: 2014
Description/Abstract: Wildlife crimes unit Indonesia. The unit was established in 2003 and now comprises of 45 trained investigators. By 2014 evidence has been collected on 600 wildlife criminals and 252 sting operations have been conducted. This presentation looks into known criminal tiger trafficking networks and the trade in gibbons.
Keywords: Indonesia, WCU, Bali gibbon, tiger trading, wildlife criminals
Rangers handbook of small carnivores in Vietnam
Author(s): Scott Roberton, Hoang Xuan Thuy
Year: 2004
Description/Abstract: A 70 page guide to small carnivores in Vietnam.
Keywords: Small carnivores, Vietnam
CITES and the illegal wildlife trade
Author(s): Sue Lieberman
Year: 2014
Description/Abstract:  A complete overview of CITES including history,mandate,provisions,appendixes and processes
Keywords: CITES
Forest Law Enforcement and Governance in Lao PDR
Author(s): Bill Maynard
Year: 2009
Description/Abstract: Describes the context and situation in Laos and how the problems are being addressed.
Keywords: DOFI,POFI, illegal timber,bushmeat
WCS action on wildlife trade in lao PDR
Author(s): Troy Hansel, WCS Laos
Year: 2014
Description/Abstract:  A presentation given at the Indo-Burma wildlife trade chain planning meeting. With an overview of WCS Lao activities to combat wildlife crime. Describes enforcement sites, wildlife and trade surveys and projects in Nam Et Phou Loy and Bolikhamxay.
Keywords: NEPL NPA, Bolikhamxay, market surveys
To trade or not to trade- opportunities for, and limitations to, sutainable wildlife trade
Author(s): Elizabeth Bennett, WCS
Year: 2015
Description/Abstract: A focus on terrestrial vertebrates, commercial wildlife trade,pet trade,traditional medicine,bush meat and programmes for sustainable use.
Keywords: Sustainable management, issues
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