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International Monitoring Control and Surveillance Network (IMCS Network)

International Monitoring Control and Surveillance Network (IMCS Network)

The International Monitoring, Control, and Surveillance (MCS) Network was established in 2001 to provide a mechanism for fisheries law enforcement professionals to share information and experiences as they monitor the increasingly complex harvesting and marketing of fish around the world. The rise in illegal activities that has accompanied globalization underscores the need for cooperative law enforcement across national borders.

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