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National Crime Agency: National law enforcement agency in the United Kingdom
The National Crime Agency (NCA) is a national law enforcement agency in the United Kingdom. It is the UK's lead agency against organised crime; human, weapon and drug trafficking; cyber crime; and economic crime that goes across regional and international borders, but can be tasked to investigate any crime. The NCA has a strategic role in which it looks at the bigger picture across the UK, analysing how criminals are operating and how they can be disrupted. To do this it works closely with regional organised crime units (ROCUs), the Serious Fraud Office, as well as individual police forces.


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Border Force officer arrested in ecstasy supply probe

The 40-year-old is arrested in Folkestone by the National Crime Agency's anti-corruption unit.
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Cocaine 'worth £20m' found in frozen meat at Harwich Port

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Gang members accused of importing drugs worth billions into UK arrested in nationwide sting operation

National Crime Agency says group's operations were the 'biggest ever uncovered in the UK'
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'No evidence' Brexit campaign Leave.EU committed any crimes, National Crime Agency concludes

The National Crime Agency says it has found 'no evidence' of any crimes being by Brexit campaign group Leave.EU during the 2016 referendum.
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Ex-Goldman Sachs banker ordered to pay back £7.3m laundered for corrupt Nigerian politician

London banker was 'lynchpin' in scheme to channel stolen funds through UK, says National Crime Agency
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Rotherham abuse: Investigation into grooming of teenagers to continue after six more men convicted, National Crime agency says

Announcement comes as six more men convicted of string of offences
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Six arrests as cocaine worth £60m seized from boat in Fishguard

National Crime Agency officers say the expected 750kg haul is one of the largest found in the UK.
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£40m of heroin hidden under towels and bathrobes seized at UK port

Drugs haul weighing nearly 400kg is one of the largest ever, says National Crime Agency
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Britain secures first anti-corruption order to freeze businessman’s property assets

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British police have used anti-corruption powers in a serious organised crime case for the first time. Authorities have frozen property and assets owned by a businessman in the north of England with..
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British Law Enforcement Agencies Played Key Role In Italian Mistaken Identity Case

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MPs urge police investigation into banks allegedly forging customer signatures

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Christopher Guest More Jr: One of Britain's most wanted fugitives arrested in Malta over alleged torture and murder

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London man convicted over role in £40m international steroid smuggling gang

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