Dismantling corrupt and criminal networks that prey on the vulnerable.

Issues We Work On

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When transnational organized crime merges with other threats like terrorism, national security and stability can be severely compromised.
— William Wechsler, CINTOC President
 
Alliance to Counter Crime Online   The Alliance to Counter Crime Online is made up of a group of academics and investigators trying to fix a serious threat. We are fighting to push dangerous organized crime activity off social media platforms.   CINTOC started ACCO to be a force multiplier, bringing different subject matter experts under one roof to address one of the hardest issues of our time, social media.

Alliance to Counter Crime Online

The Alliance to Counter Crime Online is made up of a group of academics and investigators trying to fix a serious threat. We are fighting to push dangerous organized crime activity off social media platforms.

CINTOC started ACCO to be a force multiplier, bringing different subject matter experts under one roof to address one of the hardest issues of our time, social media.

Social Media   Social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and WeChat have become the most prolific marketplaces for illegal wildlife products.   CINTOC investigators infiltrated Facebook private groups that were openly buying and selling parts of endangered species like ivory and rhino horn. Learn more by clicking the photo.

Social Media

Social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and WeChat have become the most prolific marketplaces for illegal wildlife products.

CINTOC investigators infiltrated Facebook private groups that were openly buying and selling parts of endangered species like ivory and rhino horn. Learn more by clicking the photo.

 
Convergence   Transnational crime organizations rarely traffic just one illegal product. Often they smuggle drugs, people, timber, wildlife products, and other "grey market" goods.   CINTOC targets the systems enabling criminals to smuggle multiple illegal commodities. By focusing on convergence points, we increase law enforcement impact.

Convergence

Transnational crime organizations rarely traffic just one illegal product. Often they smuggle drugs, people, timber, wildlife products, and other "grey market" goods.

CINTOC targets the systems enabling criminals to smuggle multiple illegal commodities. By focusing on convergence points, we increase law enforcement impact.

Transnational Organized Crime   In today's global economy, criminals hide by operating across borders. They manage complex networks that move money, people, drugs, guns, counterfeit goods, and wildlife. These activities are destroying lives and weakening countries.   CINTOC supports partners to pinpoint vulnerabilities along global criminal supply chains to have greater impact.

Transnational Organized Crime

In today's global economy, criminals hide by operating across borders. They manage complex networks that move money, people, drugs, guns, counterfeit goods, and wildlife. These activities are destroying lives and weakening countries.

CINTOC supports partners to pinpoint vulnerabilities along global criminal supply chains to have greater impact.

Illegal Wildlife Trade   The illegal wildlife trade is putting some of the world’s most iconic species, including rhinos and elephants at risk of extinction.   CINTOC is mapping the powerful crime syndicates that finance the global illegal wildlife trade.

Illegal Wildlife Trade

The illegal wildlife trade is putting some of the world’s most iconic species, including rhinos and elephants at risk of extinction.

CINTOC is mapping the powerful crime syndicates that finance the global illegal wildlife trade.

Corruption   Organized crime breeds corruption, exploiting weak governments by targeting low-paid officials and under-funded state institutions. In extreme cases, it decimates rule of law and produces devastating consequences for ordinary people.   CINTOC supports our partners in identifying and taking action against corrupt officials profiting from illegal activity.

Corruption

Organized crime breeds corruption, exploiting weak governments by targeting low-paid officials and under-funded state institutions. In extreme cases, it decimates rule of law and produces devastating consequences for ordinary people.

CINTOC supports our partners in identifying and taking action against corrupt officials profiting from illegal activity.