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NationalCrimeAgency 2h
Our new NCA Specials bring to bear a diverse range of skills and experiences, including youth engagement, risk management, cyber, and academia. Find out more on our website:
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NationalCrimeAgency 4h
Today we welcome our tenth cohort of NCA Specials to the agency. We now have 105 Specials serving in the NCA, bringing with them specialist skills and experience of huge value in the fight against serious and . Congratulations to all our new recruits.
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NationalCrimeAgency 8h
Those exploited in labour-intensive industries make up a large proportion of victims in the UK. Get support or report suspicions confidentially to or
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NationalCrimeAgency 9h
A corrupt UK border officer has been found guilty of attempting to smuggle firearms & drugs into the UK, following a joint investigation involving NCA, & . Simon Pellett from Dover was convicted alongside two other men. More:
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NationalCrimeAgency 11h
We have conducted a number of joint operations with , including countering terrorist financing and identifying payments made by mutual targets in the UK and Australia suspected of being involved in livestreaming of child sexual abuse
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AUSTRAC 15h
It was a pleasure to host Director General QPM to strengthen collaboration between our agencies in the fight against financial crime.
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NationalCrimeAgency 21h
Replying to @NZ_Customs @NCA_ANZ
’ primary role is to prevent any potential dangers, hazards and threats entering New Zealand. We work closely together to share intelligence on mutual threats, particularly the flow of and between NZ and the UK.
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NationalCrimeAgency Nov 12
We have conducted several operations with the support of , with particular successes in the fight against and illicit finance. Here NCA Director General meets with during her visit to New Zealand and Australia 🇦🇺 🇳🇿
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NationalCrimeAgency Nov 12
NCA Belfast branch commander, Billy Beattie, said: “Working with our PCTF partners we are determined to disrupt the illegal supply of drugs in Northern Ireland, and pursue the criminal gangs involved."
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Home Office Nov 12
Since we set up the National County Lines Coordination Centre in September, and police officers have worked even closer to tackle drug dealing in towns and cities across the UK. Find out more:
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NationalCrimeAgency Nov 12
We have an international network of NCA officers deployed around the world. If you'd like to find out more about our work in Australia and New Zealand, follow 🇦🇺 🇳🇿
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NationalCrimeAgency Nov 12
NCA officers working alongside colleagues on the Paramilitary Crime Task Force have made one arrest and searched three properties in as part of an investigation into the importation and supply of class A drugs. More:
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Laura Clarke Nov 11
Great to have , DG of our National Crime Agency, in Wellington to further 🇬🇧 🇳🇿 law enforcement cooperation. We are on opposite ends of the world but face same threats from organised crime.
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NationalCrimeAgency Nov 12
DG is in New Zealand and Australia this week, meeting with important law enforcement partners, strengthening international partnerships and discussing how we can build capabilities to fight transnational serious and
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Justine currell Nov 11
Call the Modern Slavery Helpline anytime 24/7 about any modern Slavery related issue. We can help you, give advice or support confidentially-we are not part of the Government which is key to maintain our independence 08000 121700
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NationalCrimeAgency Nov 11
Director General : “The NECC is part of a new, whole-system approach.. Only together will we bring to justice the most harmful criminals and prevent them using or benefiting from their illicit finances. And only together will we protect the UK from economic crime”
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NationalCrimeAgency Nov 11
This week the Minister of State for Security and Economic Crime, Ben Wallace MP, formally launched the National Economic Crime Centre (NECC). Further information:
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Lynne Owens Nov 9
We are focussed in our determination to tackle serious violence & the criminal markets that enable it
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Home Office Nov 11
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Royal British Legion Nov 11
At the going down of the sun and in the morning. We will remember them.
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