BRINGING WILDLIFE
TRAFFICKERS TO JUSTICE

FOCUSED CONSERVATION HAS BEEN CRUCIAL IN ADDRESSING THE ISSUES OF ILLEGAL WILDLIFE TRAFFICKING!

Established in 2018

Our approach aims to utilize recognized experts to support law enforcement agencies in investigating, arresting and prosecuting wildlife traffickers.  

By leveraging expertise and collaborating with various stakeholders, such as in-country and international law enforcement agencies. Focused Conservation aims to dismantle the networks involved in the illegal trade.

OUR EXPERIENCE MAKES US DIFFERENT

Focused Conservation brings together a team of highly experienced technical advisors, mentors, trainers and analysts to provide support and guidance to law enforcement agencies involved in tackling wildlife trafficking

Led by Wim Brown, a former U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent with extensive international law enforcement experience. 

With former criminal investigators from agencies such as the DEA, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and UK National Crime Agency, the collective skills and experience of the Focused Conservation team is second to none and positions Focused Conservation as a significant player in the fight against wildlife crime.

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OUR IMPACT

Since 2019

LAW ENFORCEMENT OPERATIONS
0
ARRESTS
0

Wildlife Seizures

475 Live Animals     –     Ivory 4167 kgs    –     Horn 12.3 kgs
Pangolin scales 2220.85 kgs     –     Sandalwood 49380 kgs     –     Abalone 37,937 kgs     –     Skins/Fins 1029/300

WHAT WE DO

Focused Conservation plays a vital role in combatting this illicit wildlife trade.
We provide specialized knowledge, training, and resources to enhance law enforcement capacity and effectiveness.

Focused Conservation brings together a team of highly experienced technical advisors, mentors, trainers and analysts and share their collective expertise in intelligence investigations and operations to counter wildlife trafficking.

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