Combating wildlife crime is essential to preserve our natural heritage, and it threatens to tarnish Scotland’s hard won reputation as a nation that cares about our natural heritage, and yet the investigation of these offences is complicated by remote locations and a lack of eye-witness evidence. Enforcement officers are increasingly turning to wildlife forensic science to answer investigative questions, and this field is constantly developing to provide new tools. . The guide has been substantially updated to reflect technological developments and new casework examples. Although written primarily for enforcement within the domestic context, many of the methods discussed will be of interest at an international level.
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