A Lithuanian lorry driver has been charged after cocaine worth around £6.8 million was seized as part of an ongoing National Crime Agency investigation.
A science and technology teacher from North Yorkshire who sexually assaulted one of his pupils has been sentenced to more than nine years.
A man jailed for supplying false identity documents for illegal migrants has been hit with a confiscation order of over a quarter of a million pounds.
A member of an organised crime group has been jailed for his involvement in an attempt to import cocaine worth £9.2 million into the north east of England.
Sixteen people who were part of a West London-based organised crime group involved in international money laundering and people smuggling have been given jail sentences totalling more than 70 years.
On 7th June 2023 the NCA obtained an Unexplained Wealth Order (UWO) against a Birmingham man, Yaqub Younis and his company, Regal Capital UK Limited.
A man from London who manipulated and blackmailed young girls into sending indecent photos and videos of themselves by posing as a model agency scout has pleaded guilty to 50 offences.
Two lorry drivers who are accused of smuggling migrants for a London-based organised crime group have been arrested in Romania and now face extradition back to the UK as part of a National Crime Agency investigation.
Three men have been jailed for a combined 28 years after a National Crime Agency sting operation caught them red-handed exchanging 25 kilos of cocaine.
A further eleven members of the prolific Conti/Trickbot ransomware group have been exposed and sanctioned by the UK and US, as part of a joint campaign targeting international cyber criminals.
The Dutch Fiscal Information and Investigation Service (FIOD) is the newest member of the International Anti-Corruption Coordination Centre (IACCC).
A West Yorkshire-based organised crime group that trafficked cocaine have been sentenced to a combined 49 years behind bars.
Three men who preyed on the elderly and vulnerable in an inheritance fraud causing losses worth millions of dollars have been sentenced to more than 21 years in prison after pleading guilty in the United States.
A ‘pupil’ of one of the most dangerous internet sexual predators ever investigated by the National Crime Agency has admitted a raft of blackmail and online sex offences against children and adults.
An international operation involving the National Crime Agency has led to the takedown of Qakbot malware, which facilitated ransomware attacks and caused millions of pounds worth of damage worldwide.
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.