Three men have been charged with fraud offences as part of a National Crime Agency investigation into a website which enabled criminals to subvert banking anti-fraud measures.
An ex-Cambridge University academic and convicted fraudster has paid £1m back to the taxpayer after a National Crime Agency investigation to track his hidden assets.
An international operation involving the National Crime Agency has taken down one of the biggest online marketplaces selling stolen credentials to criminals worldwide.
A Canadian man who was caught flying in to Aberdeen airport with almost 33 kilos of cannabis has been sentenced to two years and eight months in prison.
A husband and wife from Hertfordshire who tried to smuggle more than £200,000 out of the UK during the height of the Covid lockdown have been convicted of money laundering.
A specialist new unit has been launched to lead the UK’s work on international crime.
The NCA’s National Economic Crime Centre has led a successful operation working closely with City of London Police and other policing partners against suspected fraudsters across the UK.
Three brothers from Meersbrook in Sheffield have been charged with a series of sexual offences linked to the National Crime Agency’s Operation Stovewood.
Two men seen exchanging £45,000 for two laundry bags filled with cannabis have been sentenced following an investigation by Scotland’s Organised Crime Partnership.
The National Crime Agency has today revealed that it has infiltrated the online criminal marketplace by setting up a number of sites purporting to offer DDoS-for-hire services.
A Bristol man has been charged with drug offences following his arrest by National Crime Agency officers investigating the attempted importation of cocaine with a potential street value of around £1.75 million.
The National Crime Agency has obtained a civil recovery order for gold worth an estimated £4 million that was being laundered by South American drug cartels.
A man from Manchester who sexually assaulted two children has been jailed for eight years and six months following a National Crime Agency investigation.
A Czech man involved in the importation of a semi-automatic gun and live ammunition into the UK has been sentenced following a National Crime Agency investigation.
Two crime bosses who supplied fraudulent passports enabling murderers and drug traffickers to evade justice in the UK and cross international borders have been convicted.
A criminal who went on the run for eight years over his role in a large-scale international drug trafficking plot has been jailed for 12 years.