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.
Two people have been arrested in Slough by National Crime Agency officers as part of an international investigation into people smuggling.
This month the National Crime Agency has clawed back millions of dollars from a fraud involving 700 victims.
Two members of an organised crime group have been jailed for conspiring to distribute 182.5kg of drugs – despite no drugs ever being found.
A man from Berkshire has been charged by National Crime Agency investigators following a seizure of almost 100 kilos of cocaine at Newhaven port in East Sussex.
Twenty-four firearms and thousands of rounds of ammunition have been seized in a joint operation between the National Crime Agency and the Police Service of Northern Ireland.
A man has been jailed for nine years after admitting smuggling 60 guns into the country in his car, as part of a National Crime Agency investigation.
County Lines drug networks have been targeted in a week of coordinated law enforcement activity across the UK.
The Electoral Commission investigation focused on loans totalling £8m provided to Better for the Country Ltd and Leave.EU.
The national centre to coordinate law enforcement activity to tackle County Lines has, in its first year of operation, protected more than 1,000 children from being exploited by drug gangs.
Six people have been arrested in Kent and London as part of a National Crime Agency investigation into a suspected organised crime group conspiring to smuggle migrants across the Channel in lorries and small boats.
A retired police inspector has been convicted of making indecent images of children following a National Crime Agency investigation.
A man who hid a handgun with a silencer under his garden hot tub has been jailed following a National Crime Agency investigation.
More than 250 kilograms of cocaine have been seized and six people arrested, after an investigation led to the interception of a yacht off the coast of Wales.
An international operation involving the National Crime Agency (NCA) has led to the seizure of just under 1000 kilos of MDMA and meth and the arrest of four British men in one of Australia’s biggest ever drug seizures.
The NCA has been granted freezing orders on eight bank accounts containing a total of more than £100 million, which is suspected to have derived from bribery and corruption in an overseas nation.