Environmental crime is on the rise globally. According to the INTERPOL, in just a few decades, it has become the world’s fourth largest crime sector. It significantly contributes to biological and environmental degradation, while taking a major ecological, anthropological,sociological and economic toll.
Not only is some of the collateral damage generated by environmental crime completely irreversible, but it also brings unknown repercussions for the future of the environment, population and wildlife.
Environmental crime is on the rise globally. According to the INTERPOL, in just a few decades, it has become the world’s fourth largest crime sector. It significantly contributes to biological and environmental degradation. Environmental crime also takes a major ecological, sociological, and economic toll.
Not only is some of the collateral damage generated by environmental crime completely irreversible. It also brings unknown repercussions for the future of the environment, population and wildlife.
As methods of wildlife and environmental criminals evolve rapidly, anti-poaching and anti-trafficking law enforcement agents must develop new capabilities to meet the threat. To be effective, the fight against
environmental crime requires three ingredients:
1 | State-of-the-art training in tactics of law enforcement for officers and rangers.
2 | A strategic infrastructure that can withstand the growing challenges
presented by environmental and wildlife crime trends and syndicates.
3 | A sophisticated and adapted strategic security concept.
A thought – and operational leader in this field, MAISHA Group answers these needs. We employ an international team of seasoned security experts with rich backgrounds in the worlds of intelligence, special operations, cybersecurity, law enforcement, K9 training and field operatives, bringing together decades of experience in tackling poaching and wildlife crime, while providing innovative tools for law enforcement experts at the frontlines of conservation.
Spot solutions have limited, sometimes counter-productive impact. We therefore focus on research, design, and implementation of effective, actionable, and sustainable strategic solutions to environmental crime prevention with a proven experience in over 20 countries in Africa.
ANTI-POACHING AND ANTI-TRAFFICKING
tactical security solutions for government and non-government entities.
Education and training for wildlife professionals on a variety of intelligence and security-related subjects.
Planning and conduction of complex, intelligence-based investigations.
We deliver advanced equipment and employ innovative technological strategies to meet our clients’ diverse needs.
NATIONAL SECURITY PROJECTS
advisory and execution; applying homeland security concepts to the protection of endangered species, preservation of national parks and conservation of natural resources.
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