A set of 12 case studies that illustrate a range of converging crime types and typologies from around the world
Examples include six cases involving the trafficking of terrestrial wild animals, three cases involving fisheries crimes, and three cases involving timber crimes.
Convergence of wildlife crime with other forms of organised crime
In this report, we have combined our own data with information from open sources to contribute towards growing the knowledge base on the convergence of wildlife crime with other forms of organised crime.
Crime convergence should be further studied and integrated as part of the approach to tackle wildlife crime and organised crime more broadly, as improved understanding of this intersection can help to identify more strategic policy and law enforcement responses to address it.