A 24-year-old man who was arrested yesterday (2nd July) as part of an National Crime Agency led investigation under Operation Venetic has been charged.
Entire organised crime groups dismantled during Operation Venetic with 746 arrests, and £54m criminal cash, 77 firearms and over two tonnes of drugs seized so far.
Suspected members of an organised crime group in Merseyside have been arrested as part of a drug trafficking conspiracy.
A man and a woman have been charged after a sawn-off shotgun was recovered as part of an investigation by the joint National Crime Agency and Metropolitan Police Service Organised Crime Partnership (OCP).
An alleged drugs trafficker who has been wanted since 2013 was traced and arrested as he celebrated his 45th birthday.
A 26-year-old man has been arrested as part of a National Crime Agency investigation into the alleged smuggling of migrants into the UK.
Two men have been charged after a firearm, cash and 3 kilos of cocaine were seized at a property in Hornsey as part of an investigation by the joint NCA and Metropolitan Police Organised Crime Partnership (OCP).
Two men have been charged with allegedly breaking into the London Container Terminal in Tilbury to retrieve packages of drugs.
Director General Lynne Owens joined the Home Secretary and NHS England's Medical Director in today's coronavirus press conference.
190 kilos of cocaine seized in consignments of toys and paper
The National Crime Agency has published the National Strategic Assessment of Serious and Organised Crime 2020.
Two of Britain’s top officers are urging children, parents and carers to ensure they know how to stay safe online – with the National Crime Agency’s latest assessment showing there are at least 300,000 people in the UK posing a sexual threat to children.
Criminals are using the Covid-19 pandemic to scam the public – don’t become a victim.
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.