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Wildlife crimes Unit-Indonesia
Author(s): WCS Indonesia
Year: 2014
Description/Abstract: WCS Indonesia and the WCU. This presentation focus on main activities of the wildlife crime unit. Areas include investigational nd law enforcement support,court process assistance, monitoring illegal wildlife trade hotspots, training and capacity building, media publications and campaign and outreach
Keywords: WCU, Indonesia, illegal wildlife trade.
Use of wildlife products in Vietnam
Author(s): M.Zuan Tinh
Year: 2015
Description/Abstract: WLC
An identification guide to commonly traded species(Khmer)
Author(s): WCS
Year: 2010
Description/Abstract: Species and product ID Provides a practical and concise guide for the identification of commonly traded wildlife products in South East Asia.
African elephant crisis and the WCS response.
Author(s): WCS
Year: 2014
Description/Abstract: A comprehensive presentation covering all issues connected to the poaching of Ivory in Africa and WCS response to the issue.
Keywords: WCS, China, elephants, ivory
WCS China trade program 2014
Author(s): WCS China
Year: 2014
Description/Abstract: WCS China trade program containing statistics
Keywords: WCS China trade program initiative, Guang dong province
Wildlife and forest crimes analytic toolkit
Author(s): UNODC
Year: 2012
Description/Abstract: Revised addition of the toolkit. The present version of the Wildlife and Forest Crime Analytic Toolkit is an initial attempt to provide a comprehensive overview for understanding the main issues related to environmental offences and for analysing preventive and criminal justice responses to wildlife and forest offences in a given country. Efforts have been made to provide a framework through which measures for prevention and response can be analysed and understood as the basis for an effective national response to wildlife and forest offences. The Toolkit is designed mainly to assist government officials in wildlife and forestry administration, Customs and other relevant enforcement agencies. It will help them to conduct a comprehensive analysis of possible means and measures to protect wildlife and forests and monitor their use and thus, to identify technical assistance needs. In this sense, the Toolkit may also be used as training material for law enforcers. In addition, other stakeholders at the international and national levels, as well as civil society, may find the Toolkit useful regarding their daily responsibilities. The Toolkit can be used effectively to address (a) a wide range of wildlife and forest offences, including illegal logging and illegal trade in timber and a lack of adherence to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) and, (b) the usefulness of the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime and the United Nations Convention against Corruption.
Guide to reptiles and amphibians in Vietnam
Author(s): WAR
Year: 2012
Description/Abstract: A 101 page guide covering reptiles and amphibians in Vietnam.
Keywords: Reptiles, Amphibians
Defining the trafficking threat from illicit trafficking
Author(s): Timothy Wittig, WCS
Year: 2015
Description/Abstract:  A framework for better undersatanding and action. A detailed look at better understanding for targetted action on wildlife trafficking networks.
Keywords: Networks,behavior,people,geography and culture
A pictorial guide to protected animals in Vietnam
Author(s): Traffick
Year: 2009
Description/Abstract: Species ID guide to commonly traded animals. 124 page guide
Keywords: Protected animals, Vietnam
Developing best practice to prosecute wildlife traffickers
Author(s): J.T Webb, US Dept of Justice
Year: 2011
Description/Abstract: A presentation by the US Department of justice on the prosecution of wildlife trafickers in the USA and internationaly. Problems, obstacles and goals. Describes relevant laws such as the Lacey Act and the Endangered Species Act
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