Partnership For Action Against Wildlife Crime Reporting App.
Wildlife crime can involve anything from poisoning a golden eagle to cracking open freshwater pearl mussels. Rare species are put at risk, more familiar ones, like the badger or deer, suffer cruel torture and death.
In fact, wildlife crime threatens a far greater range of creatures and plants than you might imagine, even damaging the environment on which they depend. In short, it's the illegal destruction and theft of animals, plants and habitats, both in the countryside and urban areas.
It damages Scotland's environment and its reputation and we have a duty to the rest of the world to look after our internationally important species and habitats.
The Partnership for Action Against Wildlife Crime in Scotland - PAW Scotland - includes the police, land managers, conservationists and the Scottish Government. We have come together to fight this crime against Scotland.
This groundbreaking new app allows the user to record and email a crime report, wherever it may be.
The app contains a useful contact section with details of how to contact PAWS and Police Scotland.
The app is also packed with useful information about do's and dont's of wildlife crime as well as the locations of most main Police Offices.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.