Chris Morris has a background of 33 years in Canadian law enforcement and experience in uniform operations, major crime investigations, drug-related proceeds of crime, polygraph, court liaison, tactical operations, and training. His international experience includes a one-year secondment to the Special Court for Sierra Leone as an investigator to the Charles Taylor war crimes investigation and a one-year secondment with the EU Police Mission in Afghanistan as a mentor/advisor to the Afghan Police. Since 2015, Chris has turned his focus of study to international wildlife crime, primarily in Kenya, and more specifically to how it is affected by police corruption.
Author Archive | Chris Morris
Legally Speaking, Can an Elephant Tusk be Anything Else?
Chris Morris 02.25.20
Self-Censorship, Truth, Corruption and Calling ‘Bullshit’
Chris Morris 01.23.20
Moazu Kromah and the Case of the West African Ivory Cartel
Chris Morris 08.24.19