Central Investigation and Enforcement Unit

 

 

 

​The Central Investigation and Enforcement Unit (previously  "Flora and Fauna Supervision Unit") operates to fulfill its objective: inspecting the transfer of agricultural produce from Gaza and the Judea and Samaria region into Israel, and preventing entry of prohibited produce, including animals and animal products; implementing the agricultural agreements between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.

 

The Flora and Fauna Supervision Unit implements and enforces these agreements in border crossings and through patrols, intelligence work, operations, investigations, preparation of legal cases against perpetrators, and building up a deterrence capacity that will help channel the transport of agricultural goods to the official border crossings only.


The Flora and Fauna Supervision unit adjusts its operations to the current reality and conditions along the borderland between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, the security fence, checkpoints, agricultural gates and merchandise crossings.

 

The Unit’s vision
The Unit implements the agricultural agreements between Israel and the Palestinian Authority and operates to safeguard public health, as well as plant and animal health, and to strengthen Israeli agriculture, in cooperation with the enforcement elements.

 

The values that guide the Unit’s operations:

  • Quality of workers and work
  • Ambition and professionalism
  • Commitment and responsibility
  • Abiding laws and procedures
  • Safeguarding human dignity
  • Openness, transparence and integrity
  • Initiative and innovation
  • Team work

 

The Call Center of the Flora and Fauna Supervision Unit is available for public appeals, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:


Tel:      03-9559911
Fax:     03-9559915
Email:  moked@moag.gov.il

Publications; Central Investigation and Enforcement Unit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ministry of Agriculture inspectors find 900 (!!) kg of meat in a single day, held in substandard condition, produced from totally unsupervised slaughterhttp://www.moag.gov.il/en/Ministrys Units/Spokesmanship and Publicity Department/publications/Publications_18/Pages/bsar_shahour_eng.aspxMinistry of Agriculture inspectors find 900 (!!) kg of meat in a single day, held in substandard condition, produced from totally unsupervised slaughter09/01/2018 22:00:00
Ministry of Agriculture supervisors uncovered an attempt to smuggle 4,200 eggs out of the Palestinian Authority to be sold in Jerusalem after being stored improperlyhttp://www.moag.gov.il/en/Ministrys Units/Spokesmanship and Publicity Department/publications/2017/Pages/havrachat_bitzim_4200.aspxMinistry of Agriculture supervisors uncovered an attempt to smuggle 4,200 eggs out of the Palestinian Authority to be sold in Jerusalem after being stored improperly26/12/2017 22:00:00
The Ministry of Agriculture, the Ministry of Health and the Prime Minister’s Office have led a move to allow the extension of the maximum shelf life for vacuum-packed chilled meat, while maintaining compliance with the conditions, from 45 days to 85 dayshttp://www.moag.gov.il/en/Ministrys Units/Spokesmanship and Publicity Department/publications/2017/Pages/harkhat_haiee_mdaaf.aspxThe Ministry of Agriculture, the Ministry of Health and the Prime Minister’s Office have led a move to allow the extension of the maximum shelf life for vacuum-packed chilled meat, while maintaining compliance with the conditions, from 45 days to 85 days13/12/2017 22:00:00
Ministry of Agriculture Inspectors seize 2 tons of beef and mutton in Tayibe, part from illicit slaughter and part smuggled from the Palestinian Authorityhttp://www.moag.gov.il/en/Ministrys Units/Spokesmanship and Publicity Department/publications/2017/Pages/yishuv_Tayibe_2017.aspxMinistry of Agriculture Inspectors seize 2 tons of beef and mutton in Tayibe, part from illicit slaughter and part smuggled from the Palestinian Authority05/12/2017 22:00:00