Thirty-eight men and two women are being investigated by the National Crime Agency in connection with serious child sexual abuse and exploitation offences in Rotherham.
Accountant and two bankers jailed for stealing £390k from customers
A music teacher has been jailed for five years.
Andrew Whiddett paid to watch a nine-year-old be abused
A convicted money launderer tried to fly to Dubai with £1.5m
The Attorney General of Angola, Hélder Pitta Groz, has been visiting London hosted by National Crime Agency (NCA) Director Donald Toon.
The Annual Plan sets out the NCA’s operational priorities for the year ahead and how the NCA will lead a whole-system response to serious and organised crime.
A top level cyber criminal who targeted hundreds of millions of computers
The NCA has been allocated £2.96 million from the UK’s aid budget through the Conflict, Stability and Security Fund to tackle child sexual abuse and exploitation in high-risk countries.
Today (Monday 1 April) sees the creation of the new national UK Protected Persons Service.
Fraudsters are posing as National Crime Agency officers over the phone in an attempt to con members of the public out of their money
Number of potential victims of trafficking and modern slavery reported to the authorities has risen by more than 80 per cent in two years
The ability to share information and collaborate with international partners is essential to tackle serious and organised crime
Six men who were part of a crime group attempting to use small boats and a jet ski to smuggle migrants across the Channel into the UK have been found guilty
£8 million awarded as part of Government’s investment against serious and organised crime