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Report a Wildlife Crime

 

 

If you observe wildlife or products made from wildlife in restaurants, markets, hotels, or elsewhere in Vietnam, let us know immediately.

Call our toll-free hotline number - 1800 1522 - and make a report to one of our English-speaking staff members (from within Vietnam only). You can remain anonymous if you wish, or if you prefer, give us your contact details so we can keep you informed of the outcome of the case you have reported.

 
Alternatively, and at weekends, let us know by emailing us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or completing the online report form below.

 

 

Reporting wildlife crime in Vietnam to ENV – a user’s guide

 

Internet
1) Copy the offending web page address

 

2) Take a screenshot

 

3) Email the details to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

Offline
1) Take a picture of the establishment to capture the address on their sign board. If it is a house, capture the address. Google Maps may help here.

 

2) Take a picture of the animal(s). Take a note of their location on the property. If a street vendor, if possible get a shot of their motorbike and its license plate.

 

3) Call the ENV wildlife crime hotline on 1800-1522, all our case officers speak English. We will need to know the number of animals involved and the location within the property.

 

4) Please supply your cellphone number and email in case our Wildlife Crime Unit need to speak to you directly.

 

Your actions count. And we treat all information in the strictest confidence.


Wildlife Crime Report Form

 

Please use this form to report a crime in Vietnam.

Report a Wildlife Crime
Informant Information
Your name:
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Your telephone number:
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Your email address (you will only be contacted in relation to this crime): (*)
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Violation Information
Date you observed the violation: (*)
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Time you observed the violation: (*)
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Name of establishment where violation was observed (if applicable):
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Address of establishment: (*)
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Species Information
Species observed: (*)
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Number of individuals of each species seen live or dead:
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Description of the violation (for example, animal in wine, on menu, observed live, part of traditional medicine, advertisement, etc.): (*)
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Upload photo of the violation (maximum photo size is 2 MB):
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