This project aims to strengthen the capacity of law enforcement agencies and also to enhance national and regional collaborations both between Indonesia and other Southeast Asian nations, serving as a model for inter-agency and south-south collaboration to combat IWT. In addition, around critical tiger conservation landscapes in Indonesia, the project will support local communities to mitigate tiger conflict. The second phase of this project will: (1) support the Indonesian Conservation Law reform; (2) train Indonesian law enforcement agencies; (3) undertake 20 high-profile cases against prominent wildlife trafficking networks; (4) continue efforts to mitigate human-tiger conflict; and (5) initiate transnational enforcement operations.