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Elephant Crime Intelligence System Assessment

ABUSE ACADEMIC RESEARCH ACTION PLAN AFRICAN ELEPHANT AFRICAN ELEPHANT POPULATIONS AFRICAN ELEPHANTS ANALYTICAL TOOLS ANIMALS ASSESSMENT REPORT ASSETS ATTRIBUTES BASIC BEST PRACTICE BODY OF INFORMATION BOUNDARIES BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS MODEL CAPACITY BUILDING CAREER DEVELOPMENT CAREER TRAINING CIVIL SOCIETY CLIMATE CHANGE COLLABORATION COLLECTION OF INFORMATION COMMUNITIES COMPETENCY COMPONENTS CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK CONFIDENCE CONSERVATION ISSUES CONSERVATION OF NATURE COPYING CORE COMPETENCIES CORRUPT CORRUPT OFFICIALS CORRUPTION CRIME AGAINST WILDLIFE CRIMES CRIMINAL CRIMINAL ACTIVITY CRIMINAL ENTERPRISE CRIMINALITY CRIMINALS CUSTOMS AUTHORITY DECISION MAKING DISCUSSION DOCUMENTS DOMAINS E-MAIL ECOSYSTEMS ELEPHANT ELEPHANT CONFLICT ELEPHANT NUMBERS ELEPHANT POACHING ELEPHANT RANGE ELEPHANTS ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES ENFORCEMENT AGENCY EXTINCTION FAUNA FIELD SITES FLORA FOREST FRAUD GLOBALIZATION GOOD GOVERNANCE GOOD PRACTICE GREENHOUSE GAS HABITAT LOSS HARM HUMAN INTELLIGENCE IDEAS ILLEGAL KILLING ILLEGAL POACHING ILLEGAL TRADE INFORMATION MANAGEMENT INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVE INNOVATION INSIGHTS INTEGRATION INTEGRITY INTELLIGENCE INTELLIGENCE ANALYST INTELLIGENCE ANALYSTS INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY INTELLIGENCE MODEL INTELLIGENCE PERSONNEL INTELLIGENCE POLICY INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION INTERNATIONAL LAW INTERNATIONAL TERRORIST INTERNATIONAL TRADE INVESTIGATION INVESTIGATIONS INVESTIGATOR INVESTIGATORS ISSUES IVORY IVORY TRADE KILLING OF ELEPHANTS KNOWLEDGE ASSETS KNOWLEDGE GAPS KNOWLEDGE SHARING LAW ENFORCEMENT LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMUNITY LAWS LEADERSHIP LEADING MANAGEMENT TOOL MEDIA MONEY LAUNDERING MONOPOLY NATIONAL SECURITY NATURAL RESOURCE NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT NATURAL RESOURCES NETWORK ANALYSIS NETWORKING NETWORKS OPEN SOURCE INTELLIGENCE ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES PATTERN RECOGNITION PERSONAL GAIN POACHERS POLICE POLICE OFFICERS POLICE SERVICE POLICE SERVICES POPULATION DECLINE POPULATION ESTIMATES POPULATION GROWTH POPULATION SURVEY PROCUREMENT PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS PROSECUTIONS PROSECUTORS PUBLIC AWARENESS PUBLIC GOOD PUBLIC SAFETY PUBLISHING RETENTION RHINO RHINO HORN RULE OF LAW RUMOR SECURITY PROTOCOLS SERVICE DELIVERY SOURCES OF INFORMATION SPECIES SPECIMENS SUPPLY CHAIN SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT TERRORIST GROUP TERRORIST ORGANIZATIONS THINKING THREAT THREAT ASSESSMENT THREAT ASSESSMENTS THREATS TRADE IN IVORY TRANSPORTATION TYPE OF KNOWLEDGE VIOLENCE WARNING WEAPONS WEBSITE WILDLIFE WILDLIFE CONSERVATION WILDLIFE CRIME WILDLIFE POACHING WILDLIFE SPECIALISTS WILDLIFE TRADE WILDLIFE TRADE MONITORING
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Africa | Africa
2015-04-16T19:52:41Z | 2015-04-16T19:52:41Z | 2015-03

This assessment concludes that individual nation as well as regional and transnational organizations now have severely limited to nonexistent capacities to effectively respond to growing threat levels. It proposes a networked intelligence-led strategy at national, regional, and transnational levels to more effectively control, reduce, and, more importantly, prevent the wholesale slaughter into extinction of the African elephant population within the next decade. It concludes by outlining the requirements for designing and implementing a long-term sustainable elephant crime intelligence system, including the required governance arrangements, and proposes the roles and functions that key organizations could play at the national, regional, and transnational levels. Currently, a robust intelligence system addressing elephant poaching and illegal trade of ivory at all phases within the intelligence process is either nonexistent or seriously limited in capacity (the key phases in the intelligence process are planning and direction; collection; evaluation; collation; analysis; reporting/dissemination/action). Therefore, the project examines the need for designing and implementing a long-term sustainable elephant crime intelligence system and governance model as well as assessing the roles and functions that key organizations could play at the national, regional, and international levels within such an intelligence system and accompanying governance model.

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