Directly from @singita_'s blog about their Serengeti Grumeti Fund's anti-poaching operations: "The Serengeti is a vast wilderness; a large and fragile ecosystem that suffered the ravages of uncontrolled hunting and rampant poaching for many years. The establishment of much-needed conservation initiatives and non-profit organisations like the Singita Grumeti Fund (SGF) has had an enormous impact on the biodiversity of the region. Where 20 years ago the grasslands were devoid of much wildlife because of rampant hunting and poaching, the western corridor of these great plains is now home to a flourishing landscape and robust populations of predators and game.
The various arms of the SGF law enforcement team are based out of a Joint Operations Centre which serves as the command post from which administration, logistics, communications and operations are coordinated. It also houses kennels, runs and a medical facility for the dogs, a well-equipped gym, accommodation for the Special Operations Group, a briefing room, equipment storage, and the central Operations Room."