This pdf red alert (290 KB) is issued by the JMLIT+ Sanctions Facilitators Cell, with representation from law enforcement, private industry, regulators and OFSI.
National Crime Agency officers have targeted members of a major criminal network suspected of involvement in the smuggling of up to 10,000 people into the UK.
A man and woman have been arrested following searches across Heckmondwike and Dewsbury this morning, as part of a National Crime Agency investigation linked to heroin supply in West Yorkshire.
National Crime Agency officers have today joined what is believed to be the biggest ever international operation targeting criminal networks suspected of using small boats to smuggle thousands of people into the UK.
National Crime Agency officers have assisted an operation in France which has seen more than a dozen arrests in connection with the deaths of 27 people attempting to cross the English Channel in a dinghy last November.
Five suspects have been arrested as part of a National Crime Agency investigation into modern slavery, cannabis cultivation and money laundering.
Seven officers from the National Crime Agency, who went above and beyond the standards demanded by their roles, have been recognised in The Queen’s Birthday Honours.
The National Crime Agency is the chair of the Virtual Global Taskforce (VGT) - an international collective of law enforcement agencies from 12 countries working to tackle child sexual abuse.
A specialist team of officers from the National Crime Agency and Merseyside Police have seized nearly £30m worth of Class A drugs in their first year of operating.
A man who tried to smuggle heroin worth almost £1 million into the UK through Birmingham Airport has been jailed for nine years.
A man from Runcorn has been given a life sentence of 27 years after he admitted to raping and sexually assaulting a baby.
A Dublin man believed to have laundered millions of pounds for organised crime groups by smuggling cash on hundreds of flights has been jailed for 20 months.
Four men have been arrested in Glasgow by officers from the National Crime Agency and Police Scotland as part of an investigation into drug production and money laundering.
A man from South East London has been charged after the National Crime Agency seized cocaine with an estimated value of £4.5 million.
An online forum that provided criminals with stolen personal data has been taken down in an international operation, which has also seen the NCA arrest a suspected site controller.