Jetmir Myrtaj, aged 45, of Kirby Road, Leicester was today sentenced to four-and-a-half years in prison for organising illegal migrant crossings to the UK.
Two men who were part of a plot to smuggle multi-kilos of cocaine and amphetamine in a laser cutting machine have been jailed after a National Crime Agency investigation.
Two members of an organised crime group who supplied fraudulently-obtained genuine passports (FOGs) to the criminal underworld have had their sentences increased.
A former Nigerian minister has been charged with bribery offences following a National Crime Agency investigation.
Four people who ran a stash house for criminal gangs in the West Midlands have been convicted following an investigation by the National Crime Agency.
A corrupt police employee illegally accessed sensitive information and tipped-off a criminal friend about a massive, secret investigation into serious and organised crime.
A comedian from Derbyshire has been sentenced for making and possessing thousands of child sexual abuse images.
A man has been arrested over the seizure of a quarter ton of cannabis in a National Crime Agency investigation.
A Nottinghamshire man who secretly captured child abuse material and shared indecent images on social media has been jailed.
The Chief of Staff to the President of Madagascar and her associate have been charged with bribery offences following a NCA operation.
A man has appeared in court charged with people smuggling offences as part of a National Crime Agency investigation into a network suspected of moving migrants out of the UK.
A former deputy head teacher of a primary school has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for paying and instructing teenagers in India to abuse younger children.
Three men who conspired together in plots to supply guns and drugs have been jailed in a National Crime Agency investigation.
A convicted paedophile from Essex has pleaded guilty to regularly travelling to South East Asia to sexually abuse children over a ten-year period.
Three drug traffickers have been jailed for a combined 21 years after an NCA surveillance operation foiled their attempt to extract 10 kilos of cocaine from a shipping container.
An organised crime group (OCG) set up a fake computer company to cover industrial supplies of cocaine it imported.