A fugitive wanted by the National Crime Agency in connection with drug smuggling and distribution in the UK has been arrested in southern Spain.
National Crime Agency officers have charged a 58-year-old woman from Wolverhampton with drug smuggling offences following a seizure at Heathrow Airport.
A teenager from London has been sentenced after conducting an online campaign of stalking and harassment against female internet users.
A woman has been charged as part of a National Crime Agency investigation into the smuggling of tens of millions of pounds in criminal cash between the UK and the United Arab Emirates.
Three British nationals have been arrested as part of an international operation against drug trafficking across the Atlantic, which has seen around 1.2 tonnes of cocaine seized from a boat.
A man from London has been sentenced to over seven years in prison for sexually abusing young boys in Morocco.
A former Director of Corporate Banking at First Bank of Nigeria (UK) has been charged with a bribery offence following a National Crime Agency investigation.
A gangland enforcer and debt collector has been jailed for drugs offences after a National Crime Agency investigation.
A convicted child sex offender has been jailed for an additional two years for indecently assaulting a girl in Rotherham in the early 2000s, following an investigation by the National Crime Agency.
A former Rabbi from North London has been sentenced to 20 months in prison suspended for 2 years after National Crime Agency officers found him in possession of hundreds of indecent images of children.
Liam Byrne, thought to be one of the most trusted members of the Kinahan organised crime group, has been returned to the UK to stand trial for alleged firearms offences following a NCA investigation.
National Crime Agency officers are issuing a warning to potential drug smugglers after a series of cannabis seizures were made from passengers flying into Birmingham International Airport.
Four men who smuggled drugs from the Netherlands to the UK and Ireland have been sentenced to a total of more than 53 years in prison after a National Crime Agency investigation.
The National Crime Agency is asking parents and carers to help young people avoid being persuaded or manipulated into laundering criminal cash.
Today, the UK and allies exposed the Russian Intelligence Services as being behind a number of attempts to interfere in UK politics and democratic processes.
James Babbage, Director General for Threats at the National Crime Agency, said: