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National Crime Agency. Leading the UK's fight to cut serious and organised crime. Don't report crime on Twitter. Please call 101. In emergencies always call 999
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NationalCrimeAgency 15h
Have you seen Richard Wakeling? The 52 year old man from Brentwood, Essex is wanted in relation to an attempt to import £8m of liquid amphetamine into the UK. Please call anonymously on 0800 555 111 or the NCA on 0370 496 7622 with any information.
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NCSC UK 18h
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NationalCrimeAgency 21h
Off on holiday this Easter? Weapons such as stun guns might be legal abroad but they aren’t here. Don’t make the mistake of trying to bring anything back to the UK.
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CEOP Apr 20
Are you looking for a fun way to talk to your 8-10 year old about online safety? Use our Band Runner game and website to open up conversations about what they do online.
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NationalCrimeAgency Apr 20
This week we released our Annual Plan setting out how we will work with and partners to fight serious and organised crime as one system. Read the plan in full here:
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NationalCrimeAgency Apr 20
Hi - details about the various schemes are here - if you are interested in any of these, I can look into future dates.
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Counter Terrorism Policing UK Apr 20
Counter Terrorism Policing work closely with & to help keep football fans safe and enhance stadium security ⚽️🏟️ If you're going to the game today make sure you Find out more from
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NationalCrimeAgency Apr 20
Join the NCA and help lead the UK’s fight to cut serious and organised crime. We’re looking for people from all walks of life to join us in various positions. Whatever your role, you'll make a difference. Apply now:
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NCSC UK Apr 19
Guess who! Are security questions leaving a gap in your security?
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NationalCrimeAgency Apr 19
ICYMI: Four people smugglers involved in a plot to bring illegal migrants into the UK have been jailed for 10 years. Read more:
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GLAA Apr 19
Many of us are enjoying a day off as it's however victims of may work long hours and not get any time off. If you're concerned a worker is being exploited contact on 08000 121 700 or report issues here:
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CEOP Apr 18
Work with 4-7 year olds? is an age-appropriate, fun and effective way to help keep children safe online. Download the Quality Marked lesson plans now! 👇
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NationalCrimeAgency Apr 19
During the Easter holidays, children are likely to spend more time on the internet, playing computer games, or live-streaming. But who are they really talking to online?
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CASPAR NEWS Apr 18
. has published its Annual Plan for 2019/20. Priorities for the year ahead include supporting the safeguarding of vulnerable children and strengthening law enforcement responses to child sexual abuse and exploitation
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NationalCrimeAgency Apr 18
Someone doesn't need to have been convicted of a crime for us to pursue their assets. We have unique powers that enable us to impact on the wealth and status of criminals who operate at the high end of high risk.
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DFID Apr 18
“Together we are tackling the root causes of dangerous migration to prevent vulnerable women and girls from becoming targeted by traffickers.” Working with and Nigeria to help stop human trafficking
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Europol Apr 18
We all know how important is to be online, even when you’re on holiday. If you are travelling somewhere over the Easter break, be aware of the risks of using a public WI-FI network. Follow these 9 safety tips to protect yourself!
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CEOP Apr 17
Sometimes offenders may demand young people pay a sum of money in order to avoid images or videos being shared with friends and family. Parent Info has advice on how you can talk to your child about this type of blackmail 👇
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MdrnSlavery Helpline Apr 17
Domestic servitude is often hard to spot as it happens behind closed doors. But there are vital signs which may indicate someone is a . If you notice something which doesn't seem right, or you need help yourself, call our free 24/7 helpline - 08000 121 700
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NationalCrimeAgency Apr 16
Our mission to lead the UK’s fight to cut serious and organised crime is critical to our national security and is focussed on ensuring the public are protected. Read more in our 2019/20 Annual Plan:
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