12 July 2017
The NCA has published an updated list of spreadsheet
active ancillary orders
(155 KB) to support its lifetime management of serious offenders.
Ancillary orders are designed to frustrate criminality, both in and out of prison. They include Serious Crime Prevention Orders, Financial Reporting Orders and Travel Restriction Orders. They can restrict the number of mobile phones or computers that offenders can access, limit the amount of cash they can carry, require them to surrender passports and provide financial information at regular intervals.
The NCA rigorously enforces these orders and takes action if people breach the terms.
Alison Abbott, Head of Lifetime Management at the NCA, commented: “Many career criminals regard prison as an interruption which rarely marks the end of their involvement in organised crime. This is why NCA has a policy of Lifetime Management. Once a criminal is on our radar they will stay on it.
“These orders can include a wide variety of restrictions, all designed to limit the ability for criminals to engage in illegal activity. Part of their power is that they make offenders subject to an order toxic to other criminals; the very fact they are being monitored makes it risky for criminals to be associated with them for fear of coming onto our radar themselves.”
Publishing data on criminals who are subject to these orders enables other organisations and the public to report breaches.
Publication of orders is considered carefully and on a case by case basis. Those judged to meet the right criteria appear on this website.
Anyone with relevant information on the individuals named should contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via the Crimestoppers website.