Strategy is everything when it comes to anti-poaching initiatives, and the future integrity and security of the area depends on it. A Joint Intelligence Unit works closely with local government law enforcement divisions with the primary goal of poaching prevention. Alongside them is the Special Operations Group. This elite scout force responds to incoming information and reacts to apprehend potential poachers. One of the Special Operations Group's key resources is the Canine Unit, comprising four dogs and six handlers that can track and detect people and wildlife contraband across any terrain and over long distances. Other teams within the department include the Mobile Patrol Unit, Scout Camps and Observation Posts.