Dismantling corrupt and criminal networks that prey on the vulnerable.

Issues We Care About

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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
 
  Transnational Organized Crime   Transnational organized crime disrupts governments, distorts free trade, negates global aid efforts, drives pollution, eradicates scarce natural resources, and endangers millions of human lives.    CINTOC supports partners to pinpoint vulnerabilities along criminal supply chains to have greater impact.

Transnational Organized Crime

Transnational organized crime disrupts governments, distorts free trade, negates global aid efforts, drives pollution, eradicates scarce natural resources, and endangers millions of human lives.  

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

  Environmental Degradation   Our planet is in peril. Profit-hungry criminals and corrupt state officials are driving unprecedented rates of deforestation, over-fishing, illegal mining and wildlife poaching.  CINTOC supports partners to identify corrupt officials and develop strategies for disrupting their networks. 

Environmental Degradation

Our planet is in peril. Profit-hungry criminals and corrupt state officials are driving unprecedented rates of deforestation, over-fishing, illegal mining and wildlife poaching.

CINTOC supports partners to identify corrupt officials and develop strategies for disrupting their networks. 

  Illegal Wildlife Trade   Transnational organized crime networks have diversified into the illegal wildlife trade, putting iconic species like elephants at risk of extinction. Profits from the wildlife trade spread corruption and provide alternative sources of income to drug traffickers and terrorists.   CINTOC supports its partners to counter the powerful crime syndicates that finance the wildlife trade.

Illegal Wildlife Trade

Transnational organized crime networks have diversified into the illegal wildlife trade, putting iconic species like elephants at risk of extinction. Profits from the wildlife trade spread corruption and provide alternative sources of income to drug traffickers and terrorists. 

CINTOC supports its partners to counter the powerful crime syndicates that finance the wildlife trade.

 
  Illegal Logging and Mining   From South America to Africa to South Asia, major criminal networks and violent insurgent groups profit from dangerous illegal mining and deforestation that puts both people and the environment at risk.  CINTOC supports governments to identify and target those who benefit from this illegal activity.

Illegal Logging and Mining

From South America to Africa to South Asia, major criminal networks and violent insurgent groups profit from dangerous illegal mining and deforestation that puts both people and the environment at risk.

CINTOC supports governments to identify and target those who benefit from this illegal activity.

  Corruption   Organize crime depends on and sponsors grand scale corruption, especially in places where governments are weak and vulnerable.  Corrupt officials hide their money transnationally, creating challenges for law enforcement, which often cannot cross borders.   CINTOC supports our partners in identifying and taking action against corrupt officials profiting from illegal activity.

Corruption

Organize crime depends on and sponsors grand scale corruption, especially in places where governments are weak and vulnerable.  Corrupt officials hide their money transnationally, creating challenges for law enforcement, which often cannot cross borders. 

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

  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 illegal networks, and the systems that enable them to smuggle illegal commodities. By focusing on convergence points in criminal supply chains, we can increase the success of law enforcement actions.

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 illegal networks, and the systems that enable them to smuggle illegal commodities. By focusing on convergence points in criminal supply chains, we can increase the success of law enforcement actions.