GLOBAL TASK FORCE TO COUNTER WILDLIFE TRAFFICKING
Freeland provides training, technology and information to law enforcement agencies, while helping them team up to form a global enforcement chain to break the criminal supply chains that are destroying our world's wildlife populations and endangered people with zoonotic outbreaks.
About the Alliance Member
Freeland protects vulnerable wild animals, communities, and ecosystems from trafficking and over-exploitation. The global organization envisions is a world of pristine ecosystems that is free of wildlife trafficking and human slavery.
Kenya, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia, Thailand, Malaysia, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, China, India, Brazil
1. Officers trained through C-TOC training courses tracked down and arrested 5 men (3 Nigerians, 1 Congolese, and 1 Chinese) who are part of a major cross-continental syndicate that has been sponsoring the killing of thousands of elephants and pangolins for years.
2. C-TOC-trained officers have opened a cross-border money laundering and racketeering case against a syndicate whose criminal activities straddle 9 countries.
Action Pillar: Stop Trafficking
Combating wildlife trafficking and freeing the financial trigger on poaching