The NCA is supporting Kent Police as they investigate the deaths of four people in the English Channel in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
A convicted drug smuggler and his friend have been sentenced for attempting to import a pistol and 52 rounds of ammunition in the post from the United States.
An international operation targeting tools and services used to commit serious cyber attacks has seen the takedown of 48 of the world’s most popular ‘booter’ sites.
Five men have been jailed for a total of almost 24 years for running a large-scale people smuggling ring bringing Kurdish migrants into the UK hidden in the back of lorries.
Five men who were arrested at gunpoint in a Birmingham street by National Crime Agency officers and found to be in possession of an array of weapons, including a loaded firearm, have been jailed for a combined 32 years.
An electrician who distributed videos of himself raping a young girl on the internet has been jailed for almost 16 years.
Three fund managers have been convicted of a large-scale fraud which resulted in losses of $8.45 million to the Libyan Sovereign Wealth Fund.
National Crime Agency officers have played a crucial role in an international operation that has seen 4.6 tonnes of cocaine seized on its way to Europe.
A man has been arrested in Devon on suspicion of people smuggling offences, after allegedly using his boat to transport migrants across the Channel to the UK.
A drugs trafficker helped investigators smash his own organised crime group by sending a photograph of his dog on encrypted communications platform EncroChat showing his partner’s phone number on the animal’s tag.
The National Crime Agency has conducted a major operation to arrest a wealthy Russian businessman on suspicion of offences including money laundering, conspiracy to defraud the Home Office and conspiracy to commit perjury.
Two Birmingham men have been jailed in a National Crime Agency firearms investigation.
Three members of an international organised crime group have been sentenced for importing drugs from St Lucia in the Caribbean to the United Kingdom.
A criminal group which used a religious charity as a front for importing 400 kilos of cannabis into the UK have been convicted.
A man has been arrested in Gloucestershire in connection with the deaths of at least 27 people who drowned attempting to cross the English Channel in a dinghy last November.
A man from Sheffield has pleaded guilty to downloading over 30,000 indecent images of children and possessing two paedophile manuals.