At least for now another successful case where the Public are invited to join the force to control invasive species, reported Nature.
Another successful example I saw recently was how community participation and adaptive management turned back the tide of American mink invasion in Scotland.
Of course such a strategy does not always work, and the same article mentioned a couple of examples: pythons in Florida and red foxes in Australia. The pythons proved tough to catch because they were hard to spot in the Florida brush, and the removal of 1/5 of Victoria red foxes ended up boosting the population because the survivors thrived when they had less competition.
Here is a recent paper reviewing such public-involved harvest programs.