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‘Such Misconducts Don’t Make a Good Ranger’: Examining Law Enforcement Ranger Wrongdoing in Uganda
Nov 22, 2016 · File

‘Such Misconducts Don’t Make a Good Ranger’: Examining Law Enforcement Ranger Wrongdoing in Uganda

This case study offers an in-depth examination of rangers’ experiences with and perceptions of wrongdoing in a specific Ugandan protected area.

Strengthening the Weakest Links: Strategies for Improving the Enforcement of Environmental Laws Globally
Nov 22, 2016 · File

Strengthening the Weakest Links: Strategies for Improving the Enforcement of Environmental Laws Globally

This report presents a theoretical framework for enforcement as well as a deep analysis of four country case studies on their performance with enforcement of environmental laws.

Strategies for Enforcing Wildlife Trade Regulations in Ulaanbaatar
Nov 22, 2016 · File

Strategies for Enforcing Wildlife Trade Regulations in Ulaanbaatar

This case study reviews and recommends strategies to regulate wildlife trade through Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

In Cold Blood: Combating Organized Wildlife Crime
Nov 22, 2016 · File

In Cold Blood: Combating Organized Wildlife Crime

This gray-lit report on the scale and scope of global wildlife trafficking issues includes a summary of major relevant international resolutions and agreements.

Criminal Justice Response to Wildlife and Forest Crime in Cambodia: A Rapid Assessment
Nov 22, 2016 · File

Criminal Justice Response to Wildlife and Forest Crime in Cambodia: A Rapid Assessment

A 2015 rapid assessment by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime on the status of Cambodian criminal justice response to wildlife crime.

Conservation, Crime and Communities: Case Studies of Efforts to Engage Local Communities in Tackling Illegal Wildlife Trade
Nov 22, 2016 · File

Conservation, Crime and Communities: Case Studies of Efforts to Engage Local Communities in Tackling Illegal Wildlife Trade

A series of case studies that explore “well-known and less well-known examples of both the highs and lows of engaging local communities in tackling illegal wildlife trade.”

Policing the Wilderness: A Descriptive Study of Wildlife Conservation Officers in South Africa
Nov 22, 2016 · File

Policing the Wilderness: A Descriptive Study of Wildlife Conservation Officers in South Africa

A qualitative case study of the careers of field rangers in South Africa using data gathered from interviews and observation in six public and private game reserves, two training schools, and a university program.

Occupational Stress Among Law Enforcement Rangers: Insights from Uganda
Nov 22, 2016 · File

Occupational Stress Among Law Enforcement Rangers: Insights from Uganda

A 2015 exploratory study of Ugandan law enforcement rangers’ perceptions of occupational stress in a protected area.

Successful Reduction in Rhino Poaching in Nepal
Nov 22, 2016 · File

Successful Reduction in Rhino Poaching in Nepal

This journal article is a case study of Nepal’s successful efforts to reduce rhino poaching, and contains a review of the actions taken by the Nepalese government and partners, statistics of rhino poaching and populations, and the factors which may…

Rewards and Risks Associated with Community Engagement in Anti-Poaching and Anti-Trafficking
Jun 03, 2016 · File

Rewards and Risks Associated with Community Engagement in Anti-Poaching and Anti-Trafficking

This Biodiversity Research Paper explores the roles communities do and should play in countering wildlife crime, motivations, and benefits for individuals and communities to engage in anti-poaching and anti-trafficking efforts, and risks and mitigation of risks associated with involvement. Peer-reviewed…

 
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