Policing Wildlife examines both the extent and enforcement of wildlife law, one of the fastest growing areas of crime globally. The book considers how enforcement regimes need to adapt to contemporary wildlife crime threats, particularly those posed by terrorism and organised crime.
Dr Angus Nurse is Senior Lecturer in Criminology at Middlesex University School of Law, UK.
1. Introduction 2. What is Wildlife Crime? 3. International and Regional Wildlife Legislation 4. National Wildlife Legislation and Law Enforcement Policies 5. Theoretical Perspectives on Wildlife Law Enforcement 6. Wildlife Offenders 7. Issues in Policing Wildlife Crime 8. Preventing Wildlife Crime 9. Prosecuting Wildlife Crime 10. Wildlife Crime and Criminal Justice Policy 11. Conclusions and Recommendations