Environmental Law Enforcement Advisor – Beijing

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UNODC ROSEAP is hiring an Environmental Law Enforcement Advisor to provide technical assistance to UNODC activities and events.

Wildlife and Forest Crime (WLFC) is a serious and growing problem. The UNODC Global Programme for Combating Wildlife and Forest Crime (GPWLFC) serves to deliver a range of technical assistance activities within several thematic areas towards achieving the key project objective of strengthening capacity to prevent and combat WLFC on a regional, national and local basis. The programme aims to improve cooperation and the capacity of Member States to work, locally, nationally and internationally, to prevent and combat WLFC and other forms of serious and organized crime.

Particularly with an aim to address the vulnerabilities at the border regions concerning China (Southern Provinces), Lao PDR, Myanmar and Viet Nam against wildlife trafficking amid challenges posed by COVID restriction, GPWLFC has been working closely with relevant wildlife law enforcement agencies, to strengthen their collective interception capacities and to support on the coordinated responses to the very type of crime across borders. Different and cater-to-the-need investigative techniques, including but not limit to controlled delivery, undercover operations, financial investigation, etc., are essential to the success of cross border co-operations in combatting WLFC. UNODC is seeking a consultant to support this work to strengthen States’ capacities to investigate WLFC across the borders.

OBJECTIVES OF THE ASSIGNMENT

To provide technical assistance on investigative techniques at UNODC-sponsored capacity building and mentorship programme for law enforcement agencies in China. 

SCOPE OF WORK

The assignment will be carried out under the substantive guidance of the Regional Coordinator for Southeast Asia of the UNODC Global Programme for Combating Wildlife and Forest Crime, with support and coordination from the Programme Officer for Southeast Asia of the UNODC GPWLFC.

The Consultant will, in close coordination with the UNODC GPWLFC and other field-based staff and consultants:

  • Build capacities of investigators in China wildlife law enforcement agencies by providing verbal and written advice on investigative directions and possible techniques for the investigation of ongoing cases that has transnational nature;
  • Mentor investigators in China wildlife law enforcement agencies by providing verbal and written advice on the development of target profiles, models and analytical methods to detect target’s illegal networks, as well as on the use of  investigative techniques and tools to be employed in, including for the gathering, seizing and analysis of evidence; the interviewing of witnesses and suspects; and the preparation of detailed reports containing findings, supporting evidence, analysis and evaluation of the evidence, amongst others;
  • Identify other relevant authorities who should become engaged in the case either in the same or other jurisdictions, and determine the mechanism in which reports and evidence can be shared between the relevant agencies to facilitate information exchange including cross jurisdiction;
  • Identify additional case mentoring support needs in the region;
  • Monthly reports in writing on mentoring engagement, including non-sensitive target information, all documents developed, evaluation of the support delivered, the feedback received, the achieved results and recommendations for future support.

The Consultant will not lead nor participate into any operational activity (arrests, raids, surveillance, etc.) as his/her role is limited to external advisory to the actual investigators. Any sensitive information acquired in the course of this consultancy cannot be shared to any party without explicit authorization by the relevant enforcement authorities.

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