Wilderness problems are a set of issues that take place in remote areas where land and open water has specific protection levels and use rights. This taxonomy helps categorize wilderness problems into a set of more specific behaviors grouped by threat type.The taxonomy can be used during the scanning phase of SARA to make clear distinctions between similar or overlapping problems.
Click here for the web version of the taxonomy.
The Poaching Diaries: Crime Scripting for Wilderness Problems is an edited collection of contributions on wildlife crime prevention and wilderness problems. It is an outlet for practitioners, policy makers, and academics to tell stories that facilitate problem-solving. The aim is to present ideas that help governments and civil society diversify their approach to wildlife protection to achieve lasting impacts. The focus of Volume 1 is crime scripting, a useful process for unpacking problems and designing clever solutions.
This guide explains how the ideas and principles of problem-oriented policing can be adapted to wildlife protection problems and explains how your organization could start a problem-oriented project of its own.
Bahasa Indonesia translation (Perlindungan Satwa Liar Berorientasi Pemecahan Masalah)
Bahasa Malaysia translation (Perlindungan Hidupan Liar Berorientasikan Masalah)
French translation (Protection de la Faune par Résolution de Problèmes)
Wilderness Problem Specific Guides
These guides are designed to help law enforcement agencies structure their thinking and analysis about specific wilderness problems by synthesizing the academic literature available on the topic and providing a framework for problem solving at the local level.
Problem-Solving in 60 Steps
Wildlife Crime Analysis for Problem Solvers in 60 Small Steps
This guide will introduce analysts how to think about local crime problems, synthesize information, and produce useful output to direct operations.
Wilderness Problem Simulation
Interactive Poaching Problem Analysis Module
This ‘game’ exposes wildlife protection organizations to the problem-solving approach using a hypothetical example of poaching in a protected area. Players receive an overview of the problem and then choose data sources to explore it in greater depth. After analyzing the problem, they design tailored solutions that go beyond traditional enforcement.