SNAPP TEAM:Deterring Wildlife Crime
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Do deterrence strategies work to prevent wildlife trafficking?
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Team Critical Challenge:
Goals
  • Use findings and results of data analysis to create lessons and recommendations to inform counter-wildlife trafficking practitioners. 
  • Increase the number of collaborations between practitioners (Government and NGO) and criminologists that are applying crime science and criminology methods on the development and monitoring of counter wildlife trafficking strategies and interventions. 
  • Disseminate findings and lessons learned through the creation of an interactive website for practitioners and the development of a special topics course at John Jay College through the International Crime and Justice Master of Arts Program.
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Leaders
Damian Weekers
Wildlife Conservation Society
Gohar A. Petrossian
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York
Members
Abim Isafiade
Nigeria Customs Service
Andre Costa
Brazil Federal Police
Andrea Pizzarro
Panthera
Andrew Lemieux
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Charles A. Emogor
University of Cambridge
Hai Thanh Luong
The University of Queensland
Hoang Hai Yen
Hanoi Procuratorate University
Julie Viollaz
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Rob Pickles
Panthera
Scott Roberton
Wildlife Conservation Society
Simon Wankyo
Tanzanian Government
Stephen Pires
Florida International University
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