Bribery, corruption and the evasion of financial sanctions pose a serious risk to the UK's national security, economic prosperity and international reputation. As part of our response to illicit finance we work with partners in the UK and around the world to investigate offenders, identify the proceeds of bribery and corruption, and return funds to victims.
If you are a company or partnership operating in the UK, you need to consider your risks of bribery and the measures needed to prevent wrongdoingread more
Allegations of bribery and corruption involving UK companies, or foreign companies and/or individuals with a connection to the UK, should be reported to our International Corruption Unitread more
Whilst police Special Constables traditionally provide general support to their Force, NCA Specials are recruited because of their specialist, niche expertise and skills that are rarely available within law enforcement, but that are of huge value in the fight against serious and organised crime.
Current areas of expertise among our NCA Specials include:
NCA Specials is an attractive volunteering opportunity for people with specialist skills and enables us to harness the contribution of civic‑minded individuals in our work.
As with all of our officers, NCA Specials are crime fighters, wholly committed to cutting serious and organised crime.
Due to the nature and sensitivity of the work completed by the NCA and the levels of intelligence accessed, high standards are expected of individuals who wish to work, for or with the NCA, this standard is often higher than many other organisations.
The NCA Vetting Unit not only completes National Security Vetting (SC&DV), but also our own NCA Standards checks which assess the risk from criminality. We will not normally consider applications from anyone with criminal convictions or cautions.
One step ahead of the criminals is where we need to be, so we recruit people from virtually every walk of life.
Want to join our fight to tackle serious and organised crime? Learn more about our entry routes.
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