A lorry driver from Portadown has been arrested by National Crime Agency officers over a 300 kilo cannabis seizure at the port in Belfast.
A mental healthcare assistant who groomed vulnerable underage patients at the clinic where he worked into sending sexualised images has been convicted.
National Crime Agency investigators have foiled a plot to smuggle heroin with a street value of £38.8m into the UK in bottles of pomegranate juice.
National Crime Agency officers have obtained a freezing order for a plot of land in County Armagh as part of an ongoing civil recovery investigation.
A man from Rotherham has been arrested and charged with firearms offences after National Crime Agency officers tracked him down after almost two years on the run.
A former deputy head teacher of a primary school has been charged with an additional 17 counts of child sexual abuse as part of a National Crime Agency investigation.
A former haulage firm owner jailed for moving drugs and dirty cash across Europe has been ordered to pay back £630,000.
National Crime Agency officers have uncovered a specialist factory in south London for converting blank-firing guns into lethal weapons using 3D printed parts.
Four men who conspired to supply drugs from the Netherlands to the UK and Ireland have been convicted following a National Crime Agency investigation.
Two men who headed a crime group have been jailed for supplying fraudulent passports that enabled murderers and drug traffickers to evade justice in the UK and cross international borders undetected.
A former coach driver who made more than 600 payments to direct and live stream the sexual abuse of children has been sentenced to eight years.
One of the UK’s most wanted fugitives has been arrested in Spain after spending nearly seven years on the run.
An Iraqi national has been arrested in Liverpool as part of a major international operation targeting people smuggling through Italy.
The kingpin of an organised crime group that controlled one of the largest amphetamine laboratories ever found in the UK has been jailed for 18 years.
Six people smugglers have been jailed for a total of 26 years for transporting migrants into the UK in the back of a refrigerated lorry through Portsmouth port.
Sixteen people have been convicted following a major National Crime Agency investigation into a West London-based organised crime group involved in international money laundering and people smuggling.