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E-training on improved law enforcement

WWF-Mongolia facilitates improved cooperation and capacity building of the stakeholders, namely civil servants and environmental practitioners through its joint trainings on environmental conservation organized at local and central levels. One of the recent capacity building events organized is the e-training on preventing and halting wildlife poaching crimes for local police officers including ecological police (e-police) officers in soums (sub-provinces).

WWF-Mongolia facilitates improved cooperation and capacity building of the stakeholders, namely civil servants and environmental practitioners through its joint trainings on environmental conservation organized at local and central levels. One of the recent capacity building events organized is the e-training on preventing and halting wildlife poaching crimes for local police officers including ecological police (e-police) officers in soums (sub-provinces). It was jointly organized by Khentii Aimag’s Sub-Council for Prevention from Environmental Crimes on March 1, 2021. Purpose of this round e-training was to share instructions of inspection and detection of wildlife poaching related crimes based on documented case studies and incidents. In addition to the instructions and recommendations, the participants were also able to receive detailed answers to their questions asked. This type of training is necessary for local law enforcement officers to increase their knowledge and skills to combat illegal hunting and trade of wildlife and their parts. Thus, the e-training has become an important step for knowledge-experience sharing for local officers in the province.
WWF-Mongolia is planning to systematically organize the capacity building events including this and other types of training on biodiversity conservation for either local officers or local communities in the rest of provinces in Eastern Mongolia through cooperation with Sub-Councils for Prevention from Environmental Crimes in the provinces, given that increased knowledge and participation of local communities is a basis for improved law enforcement.    
This type of training is necessary for local law enforcement officers to increase their knowledge and skills to combat illegal hunting and trade of wildlife and their parts.

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