Dame Lynne Owens has announced her intention to retire from her position as Director General of the National Crime Agency, after 32 years of service to law enforcement.
A lorry driver has been jailed for 14 and a half years after trying to smuggle 50kg of cocaine worth £4m by hiding it in his bed.
A man arrested by the National Crime Agency in Birmingham yesterday in connection with a major people smuggling investigation has been charged.
More than two tonnes of cocaine worth around £160m has been seized and six men arrested in a dramatic operation at sea.
A graphic designer has been jailed for more than five years for terrorising six women in an online abuse campaign.
Durham-based property developer Ronald Morton has agreed to hand over assets worth £850,000 to settle a civil recovery and tax claim brought by the NCA which was based on his alleged involvement in drug trafficking, money laundering and tax evasion.
A drug smuggler who used coconuts to hide almost 140 kilos of herbal cannabis sent from Ghana has been jailed.
A man has been given a suspended sentence after buying horrific sexual abuse footage of girls blackmailed by one of the worst online sexual predators the National Crime Agency has ever investigated.
A man has been charged with firearms offences after a loaded handgun and bullets were seized from the car he was travelling in yesterday [3 August] .
The National Crime Agency has issued an alert to furloughed port and airport workers warning they may be vulnerable to organised crime groups seeking to exploit the Covid crisis.
A woman from Kent who headed up a crime group that supplied over half a tonne of cocaine and laundered millions of pounds in illicit cash has been jailed for 15 years.
Officers from Project Invigor, the National Crime Agency-led taskforce targeting organised immigration crime, have taken part in an operation which has seen eight members of a major people smuggling network arrested in Greece.
Around 100 potential victims have been identified and 38 people arrested following a week long law enforcement crackdown targeting child traffickers.
National Crime Agency officers have arrested a man in County Down on suspicion of importing firearms in the post.
An international investigation involving the National Crime Agency has led to the takedown of DoubleVPN – the service used by cyber criminals around the world to mask their location and identities online.
A man from Bristol suspected of buying a forward-venting blank firearm has been arrested and a firearm seized.