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INTERPOL Training in Argentina Targets Corruption in the Forestry Sector

Combating corruption in the forestry sector was the focus of an INTERPOL training course in Argentina. The 14th INTERPOL Global Programme on Anti-Corruption, Financial Crime and Asset Recovery...

Posted by on Apr 18, 2016 in Crime, Forests, News, Regions, South America | 0 commentsRead More

INTERPOL Agreement with Cellebrite Strengthens Efforts in Combating Cybercrime

INTERPOL and Cellebrite have signed an agreement which will see the company provide additional and continued support in global efforts to combat cybercrime. The agreement will see Cellebrite provide...

Posted by on Apr 13, 2016 in Crime, News | 0 commentsRead More

Secretary Jewell Participates in Wildlife Trafficking Discussion with Major U.S. Companies at White House Roundtable

To further President Obama’s National Strategy for Combating Wildlife Trafficking, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell today participated in a White House roundtable meeting with leaders...

Posted by on Apr 12, 2016 in Crime, News, Wildlife | 0 commentsRead More

Spanish Operation Nets Suspects Behind Illegal Fishing

An investigation by Spanish authorities into a network of companies and individuals linked to a fleet of illegal fishing vessels active in the Antarctic has resulted in six arrests and a further 13...

Posted by on Mar 21, 2016 in Crime, News, Western Europe | 0 commentsRead More

EFFACE Final Conference Opens with Focus on Further Action by the EU

More than 100 participants met in Brussels for the final event of the EFFACE project. This conference brings together stakeholders from universities, governments and NGOs to highlight the conclusions...

Posted by on Mar 14, 2016 in Crime, Europe & Central Asia, News | 0 commentsRead More

The All-Female Patrol Stopping South Africa’s Rhino Poachers

As rhino deaths have soared across South Africa, in Balule reserve the Black Mambas patrol of local women has achieved a 76% reduction in poaching since 2013. Now there are plans to extend the...

Posted by on Mar 14, 2016 in Africa, Crime, News, Wildlife | 0 commentsRead More

Poachers and Wildlife Traffickers to Face Prison Sentences Across Europe

New sentencing policy would end legal loopholes that leave wildlife crimes in many central and eastern European countries punishable by non-custodial sentences. 25 February 2016 | Arthur Neslen, the...

Posted by on Mar 14, 2016 in Crime, News, Wildlife | 0 commentsRead More

Proceedings of the Rotterdam Conference on Next Gen Environmental Compliance and Enforcement

Proceedings of the Rotterdam Next Generation Compliance and Enforcement Conference now available INECE and partners have been organizing a series of events to foster new and innovative approaches to...

Posted in Featured Resource, INECE Secretariat, News, Next Generation Compliance | 0 commentsRead More

Message from the INECE Secretariat

25 January 2016 Dear Friends, After a decade and a half of serving as the Secretariat for the International Network for Environmental Compliance and Enforcement, we are turning the reins over to...

Posted by on Jan 25, 2016 in INECE Secretariat, News | 0 commentsRead More

University of New England helps develop the INTERPOL Environmental Law Enforcement Networks Directory

University of New England helps develop the INTERPOL Environmental Law Enforcement Networks Directory

The School of Law at the University of New England (UNE) in Australia was recently invited to partner with INTERPOL’s Environment Security Sub-Directorate to develop a document designed to assist...

Posted by on Dec 29, 2015 in INECE Secretariat, News | 0 commentsRead More

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