December 2012 reports
- 4 dealers arrested in 4 different operations
- Corruption observed in 2 cases after arrest operations
- 7 dealers were sentenced this month including 3 Ghanaians
- The year ended on target in all Departments
November 2012 reports
- 4 dealers arrested in 3 different operations rescuing 4 primates including a chimp, drill and mangabey.
- 2 operations carried out on the same day in Tonga – West arresting 2 dealers.
- LAGA Director makes a presentation during GRASP conference in Paris.
- Replication assessment mission carried out in Togo.
- As a result of LAGA's achievements, the LAGA Director receives the Condé Nast Traveller Environmental Award.
October 2012 reports
- LAGA conquers the Buckingham Palace by winning The Duke of Edinburgh Conservation medal given by Prince Philip – the husband of Queen Elizabeth.
- Traditional ruler contributes to conservation efforts by giving a primate in his possession.
- A dealer in live primates arrested in Ebolowa – South.
- LAGA family makes a trip to the Mefou National Park.
September 2012 reports
- A network of 5 traffickers in human parts and elephant meat busted in Djoum South by Wildlife officials.
- 2 other dealers arrested in 2 different operations.
- 5 dealers sentenced this month in the South and West Regions.
- LAGA Director gives a presentation on corruption during GAPIN conference in Uganda.
August 2012 reports
- 5 dealers arrested in 3 different operations within 1 week in 2 different Regions.
- 4 dealers sentenced this month, 18 months imprisonment term obtained.
- The Central African Wildlife Law Enforcement Newsletter launched.
- 2 Jurists from PALF – Republic of Congo trained in Yaounde.
July 2012 reports
- 4 dealers arrested in 3 different operations within 1 week in 3 different Regions.
- 3 cases were sentenced this month against 5 dealers with a major dealer sentenced to 2 years imprisonment in Abong Mbang – East.
- LAGA Director trains wildlife, police and judicial officials in South Sudan.
- The first semester report completed and available on the LAGA website.
- The 8th Edition of the Wildlife Justice Magazine published and being distributed.
June 2012 reports
- 3 dealers arrested in 2 different operations.
- LAGA Director train wildlife officiers on corruption in the International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA).
- A new version of LAGA Legal handbook produced.
May 2012 reports
- 6 dealers were sentenced this month in 3 different prosecutions.
- An Internet wildlife dealer sentenced to 2 years imprisonment in Muyuka – South West.
- LAGA wins another award - The Marsh Christian Trust Award.
- 6 dealers arrested with more than 800 items, mostly ivory in Guinea-Conakry by GALF.
- A Jurist sent to Chad to initiate court cases against dealers.
- Hotline established in Investigations Department.
April 2012 reports
- 17 dealers were sentenced this month and more than 60 million FCFA ($120,000) to be paid to MINFOF as damages.
- 2 dealers sentenced to 30 months imprisonment each in Yokadouma – East.
- 6 dealers arrested in 4 separate operations.
March 2012 reports
- Replication in Guinea – Conakry was concretized with the arrest of 7 major dealers.
- 7 dealers arrested in East Region in 3 separate operations.
- LAGA Director continued with a special mission on Bouba Ndjida elephant massacre.
February 2012 reports
- Dealer in elephant products from the South Region arrested in Yaounde – Center.
- LAGA starts replication activities in Guinea - Conakry
- Replication in Chad concentrated on the Bouba Ndjida elephant massacre.
- LAGA Director creates more collaborative contacts during Interpol meeting in Thailand.
- LAGA Director starts a special mission on Bouba Ndjida elephant massacre.
- LAGA Team meets the new Minister – MINFOF for acquaintance and collaboration.
January 2012 reports
3 operations carried out arresting 3 wildlife dealers in Cameroon.
A dealer in primate parts arrested in Tinto with chimp and mandrill skulls.
7 dealers sentenced in Abong-Mbang and Yokadouma.
The 2011 Annual Report on activities and finance completed and posted online.
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