Two men aged 37 and 34 from Masborough, Rotherham were arrested on Tuesday 5 February on suspicion of rape and sexual assault, as part of ongoing investigations under the NCA’s Operation Stovewood.
A London student who paid £390,000 up front in rent for a Knightsbridge apartment must hand over nearly half a million pounds, following an investigation by the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA).
The National Crime Agency, supported by Sussex Police, have today arrested four people as part of an NCA investigation into an alleged gun factory found in East Sussex in August 2018.
Three Albanians – two who were in the UK illegally - found with a kilo of 92 per cent pure cocaine in a Primark bag have been jailed.
Update: 1 February 2019
The 37 year old man has been released under investigation.
A man who helped organise a plot to smuggle illegal immigrants into the UK has been jailed for five years after an undercover NCA investigation.
The National Crime Agency (NCA) has today published its fourth annual assessment into county lines drug supply, vulnerability and harm.
The National Crime Agency, working with law enforcement partners from 14 countries, has taken action against a number of cyber criminals website users linked to four million attacks across the globe.
The ringleader of an organised criminal network behind hundreds of attempts to smuggle migrants into the UK has been extradited to Belgium today to serve a ten year jail sentence.
A man from Bournemouth has been arrested by the National Crime Agency in connection with the seizure of around half a tonne of cocaine from a private jet at Farnborough Airport.
Update - 23 January 2019
A 49-year-old man arrested in the Edgware area of London on suspicion of modern slavery offences yesterday (22 January) has now been released under investigation.
Two Manchester men – including one who went on the run for three months – have been found guilty of firearms offences and jailed for six years each following an NCA investigation.
A former professional footballer and professional rugby player are among three brothers who were given prison sentences for defrauding donors to their children’s charity, it can now be reported.
Three men who ran a dark web business selling the potentially lethal drugs fentanyl and its analogue carfentanyl to customers across the UK and worldwide, have been jailed for a total of 43 and a half years.
The National Crime Agency has today announced the appointment of Graeme Biggar as the first permanent Director General of the National Economic Crime Centre.
The National Crime Agency has used proceeds of crime powers to seize property worth £1.7 million from associates of an organised crime group involved in drug supply in Staffordshire and the West Midlands.