A 35-year-old man has pleaded guilty to drug offences following the seizure of cocaine worth up to £400,000.
A Dutchman jailed for 17 years after attempting to smuggle cocaine into the UK hidden in a horsebox has been ordered to hand over £217,000.
Criminals are using the Covid-19 pandemic to scam the public – don’t become a victim.
A man arrested in the Netherlands on Christmas Day as part of a National Crime Agency investigation into the alleged importation of firearms has been extradited back to the UK to face trial.
The National Crime Agency today warned that organised crime groups may try to exploit the coronavirus outbreak to target the UK.
A major report into online child sexual abuse has backed National Crime Agency (NCA) demands for the tech industry to do more to protect children.
Five people have been charged following arrests on Tuesday as part of an NCA investigation into an organised crime group suspected of importing at least two tonnes of cocaine into the UK.
The NECC, in conjunction with the FCO and the DfID, has published an alert on the illicit finance risks associated with South Sudan.
Dame Carol Black has published a review into the challenges posed by drug supply and demand, and what more can be done to tackle the harm that drugs cause.
A day of action by National Economic Crime Centre partners will target money service businesses (MSB) at risk of being used by criminals to launder money.
The Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal by Zamira Hajiyeva – the wife of jailed Azerbaijani banker Jahangir Hajiyev – to discharge the Unexplained Wealth Order made against her by the National Crime Agency.
The National Economic Crime Centre in collaboration with City of London Police are spearheading a campaign targeting fraudsters responsible for duping members of the public and businesses out of billions of pounds.
The National Crime Agency-led UK organised immigration crime taskforce Project Invigor has played a key role in bringing down an organised crime group responsible for smuggling migrants through Greece.
A man has been charged after a National Crime Agency investigation into the discovery of two semi-automatic pistols in the fast parcel system.
On Saturday 25 January officers from the NCA’s Anti-Corruption Unit arrested a 40-year-old man at a location in Folkestone, on suspicion of supplying class A drugs and misconduct in a public office.