The purpose of this project is to support a conservation effort in Uganda to address wildlife crime by developing capacity to collect and process intelligence information and improve wildlife law enforcement efforts. The project is intended to conserve elephants by addressing the impacts of wildlife trafficking. Specific activities include: (1) supporting operations of a Wildlife Crime Coordination Network to allow rapid sharing of information and coordinated actions against wildlife crime offenders; (2) building the capacity of responsible agencies to improve the detection and successful prosecution of wildlife crime; and (3) providing mentoring and technical support to park-based intelligence officers in investigative planning, information gathering and data reporting techniques.