Reports

Border Control in the Greater Mekong Sub-region

The findings of this study unequivocally show that border officials in the Greater Mekong Sub‐region are largely ill‐equipped to effectively face the threats posed by globalizing criminal networks. Confronted with adversaries who are ever more organized, interconnected and have ever more means at their disposal, they...
Strategic Analysis Report on Illegal Export of Electronic Waste to Non-OECD Countries (404 KB)

In the period 2010 - 2011, the INTERPOL Environmental Crime Programme has gathered information concerning the illegal export of e-waste within the framework of the INTERPOL Global E-Waste Crime Group project. The objective of the strategic report is to present the baseline analysis of the information made available to INTER...
SYSTEM FAILURE - The UK's harmful trade in electronic waste (1236 KB)

Electronic waste, or e-waste, is the common term for electronic goods at the end of their ‘useful life’. Computers, mobile phones and televisions are all types of electronic goods classified as hazardous waste under the Basel Convention, an international treaty regulating crossborder trade in harmful waste.
Resolution from the 20th Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (165 KB)

Chile, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico and Philippines: draft resolution The Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice recommends to the Economic and Social Council the adoption of the following draft resolution: Crime prevention and criminal justice responses against illicit trafficking in endangered species of w...
Illegal Trade in ODS (1830 KB)

Illegal trade has become one of the major obstacles in achieving efficient phase out of ozone depleting substances (ODS) in developing countries. Activities have been encouraged on a national, regional and global scale to improve the process of monitoring and control of ODS in order to prevent illegal trade. Enforcement of...
Networking Counts Combating Illegal Trade in ODS (422 KB)

This booklet describes the creation and implementation of an enforcement network bringing together Ozone and Customs Officers in South Asia and South East Asia and Pacific to discuss ways to improve control of transboundary movements of ozone-depleting substances and preventing illegal trades.