The Wildlife Justice Commission
The Wildlife Justice Commission is an international organisation of wildlife and criminal justice experts operating globally to expose, and disrupt, transnational, organised wildlife crime. In leveraging the rule of law and power of investigation, they expose wildlife criminal networks and the corruption that enables them to flourish.
Their investigations are evidence and intelligence driven, resulting in a Map of Facts, an actionable case file compiled by highly experienced law enforcement and criminal justice experts; and they adhere to an innovative and transparent Accountability Panel Procedure with all their investigations.
The Wildlife Justice Commission was created to help ensure that governments and other judicial bodies effectively enforce the rule of law against perpetrators of large-scale wildlife crimes. While working independently they also collaborate globally with many NGOs (including WWF, Traffic, EIA), IGOs (including Europol and UNODC), governmental entities such as the Netherlands Forensic Institute, and governments.
Their core team consists of multidisciplinary wildlife crime specialists; an Accountability Panel of independent, high level individuals; and high-profile, influential Ambassadors who help us ensure that wildlife criminals are prosecuted.See more