A doctor employed at a Warwickshire hospital has been convicted of downloading/accessing child abuse material after a National Crime Agency investigation.
A third individual has been convicted for his part in an organised crime group linked to the smuggling of migrants into the UK by lorry.
The National Crime Agency and Border Force have made what is believed to be the biggest ever seizure of class A drugs in the UK.
A drugs boss who was jailed for 19 years after boasting he could make £30k a week adulterating cocaine has been forced to hand over assets totalling almost £400,000.
Ketamine with an estimated street value of £1.4 million has been recovered from a fishing boat in Suffolk and five men have been arrested after a National Crime Agency investigation.
A senior figure in an organised crime group responsible for running cannabis farms in Scotland has been jailed, following an investigation by the National Crime Agency and Police Scotland.
The former Chief of Staff to the President of Madagascar has been found guilty of bribery following a fast-paced covert investigation by the National Crime Agency.
The National Crime Agency is today, Tuesday 20 February, revealing details of an international disruption campaign targeting LockBit, the world’s most harmful cyber crime group.
Two men have been charged as part of a National Crime Agency investigation into a group alleged to have moved more than 500 illegal migrants through Europe.
A man from Sussex who was the assistant moderator of a site dedicated to child sexual abuse on the dark web has been jailed for five years and four months.
National Crime Agency officers have recovered a plot of land in County Armagh as part of a civil recovery investigation.
A former professional footballer who ran a drug and gun importation operation with his brother has been sentenced to 30 years in prison after a National Crime Agency investigation.
The National Crime Agency is calling on parents and teachers to help young people understand the implications of their behaviour online, raising concerns about the rise in cyber crime.
A mechanic from Cheshire who created and moderated sites dedicated to child sexual abuse on the dark web has been jailed for 16 years.
The National Crime Agency has published a list of active ancillary orders, used to support the lifetime management of serious criminals and prevent future offending.
National Crime Agency officers have arrested two men in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire in connection with the attempted importation of cocaine with an estimated street value of £2.3 million.