Although not quite on the edge in many parts of Africa, South-America as well as Asia, crocodilians, alligators and caimans still are much in demand. Saltwater crocodiles were hunted to such an extent, the Australians decided to ban hunting in the seventies or eighties of the last century. At about the same time, croc farms started to ease the pressure. They are still in business and doing well.
Wild crocs are still killed in numbers, but these do not compare to those of the sixties, seventies and eighties of the last century. Crocodiles and alligators are protected in the US as well. No information on South-America, but it is assumed the number of black caimans are dangerously low. When I was there, only a few parts of French Guyana had black caimans.
Saltwater crocodiles have recovered and the number of large adult animals has risen considerably. In Australia, they kill 1-2 humans (in most cases children) every year. There are no statistics for other parts of Asia, but it is estimated crocodilians still kill hundreds of humans every year. Compared to other large predators and sharks, crocodilians are way more dangerous.
This thread is dedicated to crocodilians. Anyone with good information is invited to post it.