Environmental crime partnerships

We receive support from a wide range of partners to help us address environmental crime.

Our activities addressing environmental crime are all externally funded and dependent on sustainable partnerships.

Since 1992, INTERPOL’s work on environmental crimes is supported by INTERPOL’s Environmental Crime Working Party, known as the Environmental Compliance and Enforcement Committee and its four specialized crime working groups on wildlife, forestry, fisheries and pollution crimes. Each one of these working groups is comprised by senior law enforcement experts representing INTERPOL’s member counties.

Furthermore, we work in close collaboration with governmental, non-governmental and international organizations to disrupt transnational organized criminal groups involved in environmental crime.

We would particularly like to acknowledge the valuable cooperation from our current and past partners, listed below, and encourage other national, regional and international stakeholders to support our vital work to ensure a safer environment.

Current and past partnerships

Countries - Secondments
  • Brazil     
  • China    
  • Cyprus
  • France
  • Germany
  • Ireland
  • Spain
  • The Netherlands
  • United Arab Emirates
Governmental organizations
Inter-governmental organizations and conventions
Non-governmental organizations

and various other national, regional and international non-governmental and intergovernmental organizations as well as civil society and the private sector that through their cooperation they provide us with valuable information and support.