Ten people have been arrested in North London in relation to the seizure of approximately 2.3 tonnes of cocaine imported to the UK in a consignment of bananas.
The NCA has released its latest list of restrictions imposed upon serious organised criminals, supporting the management of serious offenders. It includes Serious Crime Prevention Orders, Financial Reporting Orders and Travel Restriction Orders.
A man and woman have been arrested as part of a National Crime Agency investigation into the attempted importation of 11 kilos of class A drugs through East Midlands Airport.
National Crime Agency officers have made two arrests after a total of 300 kilos of heroin and cocaine was found concealed in a consignment of parcels heading to the UK.
Five men have been arrested by the National Crime Agency for offences relating to the alleged rape of a young girl.
An online predator who targeted thousands of children and tricked at least 500 boys into sending him sexual videos and images of themselves has been jailed for 25 years.
Well-known sports stars, musicians and influencers targeted
A serial child sex offender has been convicted of making indecent images of children after downloading more than 14,000 pictures and videos on the dark web.
Two men who used encrypted messaging services to arrange drugs shipments from Amsterdam to the UK have been jailed for importing cocaine concealed in whey protein powder packages.
A 42-year-old man from the Czech Republic has been convicted of money laundering offences after being arrested at Glasgow Airport.
A student from Brazil who attempted to smuggle cocaine worth around £80,000 into the UK the day before Christmas has been jailed.
Two men have been sentenced to a combined 10 years in prison for laundering millions on behalf of organised criminals after an investigation by the Organised Crime Partnership (OCP).
A major operation involving the National Crime Agency has the resulted in the seizure of 4.2 tonnes of cocaine that was destined for Europe.
A malware botnet that was used by cybercriminals to infiltrate thousands of companies and millions of computers worldwide has been taken down in an international operation.
A man from Lancashire has been charged as part of a National Crime Agency investigation into the discovery of suspected criminal cash in excess of £100,000.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is issuing a warning to the public as reports of ‘clone firm’ investment scams increased by 29% in April 2020 compared to March, when the UK went into its first lockdown.