We use the rule of law as our lens - to significantly disrupt and dismantle illegal wildlife trade.
We seek to add another dimension to existing global efforts to tackle wildlife crime.
There’s a scale of criminality involved in wildlife crime, and our investigations target those at the highest levels: the people who operate and facilitate these large criminal networks – the traffickers, the politicians and the financiers.
When selecting a case, our primary goal is always to disrupt and help dismantle transnational organised criminal networks, to have a significant impact.
Cases are selected through a rigorous selection process based on an assessment of how the case scores against criteria of proportionality and subsidiarity, the impact of the suspected crimes on biodiversity, the impact on the rule of law and impact we expect to achieve.
Even though our capacity is limited we are always open to receiving information or proposals for new cases.
If you’d like to share with us pertinent information on individuals suspected to be involved in (organised) wildlife crime or wish to propose a wildlife crime case, you can email us at: email@example.com
Should you prefer to remain anonymous, you can submit your information or case proposal using WildLeaks. Our partnership with Elephant Action League allows us to use WildLeaks to receive information on transnational organised crime and inform investigations.
WildLeaks is a secure online platform which provides a safe, anonymous space for reporting wildlife crime. Click on the link below.