Pangolins are the most trafficked mammals in the world. Operation Pluto investigates networks supplying pangolin scales with links from West Africa to Viet Nam.
Author: The WJC
Species of orangutans have suffered sharp declines in populations on the last decades and are now endangered or critically endangered...
Event and Panel Discussion at the Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference: London 2018.
During our Viet Nam investigation in 2016, we observed an alarming increase in the illegal tiger trade. Operation Ambush commenced in July 2016...
Future plans also include providing crime scene investigation, both advanced and one-day courses, which are crucial for first responders who are often first at the crime scene.
The two organisations have signed a memorandum of understanding to establish a framework for cooperation, develop joint endeavours and exchange information with regards to transnational wildlife crime.
We are very excited to announce that the WJC and the Kenya Wildlife Service have signed this week a Memorandum of Understanding establishing a joint project that seeks to effectively contribute to the dismantling and disrupting of transnational organised wildlife crime networks operating in Kenya.
We are delighted to announce our new partnership with leading Strathmore University of Kenya that establishes a mutual collaboration in the areas of research and training.
This year’s theme ‘Big Cats: Predators under threat’ is dedicated to celebrating the diversity of big cats and raise awareness on the threats to their survival. All big cats are precious and irreplaceable...
Solitary, shy, elusive and nocturnal, pangolins are rarely observed in the wild to the point that their population estimates are not clear, although conservationists do know that it is rapidly declining.
We are thrilled to announce that we are organising a one-day workshop Dismantling and disrupting criminal networks illegally trading in endangered wildlife at the General Police Equipment Exhibition and Conference (GPEC) on 21 February 2018.
The overall aim is to identify and date ebony species used in acoustic string instruments to distinguish illegally traded from legally traded wood.