National Crime Agency
yesterday at 19:25. Facebook
It's been quite an unusual week - even for us.
From monkey heads to pink Caribbean cocaine, see what our officers have been up to
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NCA in the News: 12 - 19 January 2017 (with images, tweets) · NCA

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National Crime Agency
yesterday at 10:34. Facebook
NCA Director General Lynne Owens has been named in Debrett's 500 list of most influential people. We are inclined to agree
National Crime Agency
01/20/2017 at 15:13. Facebook
Most victims of fraud never report it.

If you're a victim of fraud please report it to Action Fraud. We want to get you the help and justice you deserve

Fraud and cyber crime are now the country's most common offences

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National Crime Agency
01/20/2017 at 15:12. Facebook
With fraud set to become the most prevalent type of crime in England and Wales, we’re urging you to act now to protect yourself from falling victim to fraud and cyber crime.

Take the Fraud Defence Test and protect yourself

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National Crime Agency
01/20/2017 at 11:19. Facebook
Would you fall victim to fraud? Take the Fraud Defence Test and find out -frauddefencetest.com.

A great initiative from Action Fraud and City Of London police.

Take the Fraud Defence Test and protect yourself

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National Crime Agency
01/19/2017 at 10:29. Facebook
Do you live or work in London?

The Metropolitan Police Service are recognising the bravery of officers who went above and beyond the call of duty to save lives and catch criminals.

Please take a few minutes to hear their stories and to vote.
National Crime Agency
01/19/2017 at 07:54. Facebook
We’re delighted to be named in Stonewall's list of top 100 employers for the second year in a row.

This year we managed to improve to 86th, up from 91st in 2016. But we're not complacent and know there's much more to do.

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National Crime Agency - Continued success for NCA in workplace equality index

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National Crime Agency
01/18/2017 at 13:58. Facebook
A 67-year-old man has been charged with a number of offences relating to the criminal use of firearms, following an investigation led by the National Crime Agency.

John Spencer Booth, from Ashbourne, Derbyshire was arrested on Monday 16 January in Birmingham by officers from the NCA’s Armed Operations Unit.

Officers stopped the vehicle he was driving and recovered 10 sawn-off shotguns and...
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01/18/2017 at 12:14. Facebook
A man who smuggled bright pink liquid cocaine into the UK hidden inside pressurised cylinders has been jailed for 16 years after an investigation by the National Crime Agency.

Errol Watson, age 54, from Wanstead in East London was arrested after Border Force officers at Gatwick examined a consignment labelled as oil filters, which had been shipped from Barbados.

Cylinders inside the...
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01/17/2017 at 20:04. Facebook
Trader jailed for illegal monkey business - [ Ow.ly Link ]

A ‘prolific’ trader in illegal animal specimens who sold pickled lizards and monkey heads on eBay has been jailed following an investigation by the National Crime Agency (NCA).

Daniel Stocks, who ran a legitimate website selling artificial shrunken heads, used eBay to sell taxidermy specimens under the brand name Killer Curios...
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National Crime Agency
01/17/2017 at 18:00. Facebook
Update: 16-year sentences for ferry workers who planned to smuggle cocaine. Full story - ow.ly/qOuE3085xKZ

Ferry workers Eddie Tron and Mark Quilliam used a coat swapping scheme to pick up cocaine from Rotterdam and bring it back to UK shores. Watch footage of Eddie Tron's arrest by NCA officers.
National Crime Agency
01/17/2017 at 16:47. Facebook
Two former ferry workers have been found guilty of smuggling class A drugs into the UK from the Netherlands.

The National Crime Agency began an investigation into Eddie Tron, 51, and Mark Quilliam, 55, after the conviction of one of their former colleagues, Jonathan Heald, in 2013.

Heald was arrested in possession of around £60,000 criminal cash and was jailed for money laundering.

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01/17/2017 at 14:55. Facebook
Do you live or work in London?

Londoners are being asked to choose the winner of the bravest act of police work in the capital over the past year.

Please take the time to vote and celebrate the heroic actions of Met officers who went above and beyond the call of duty to save lives and catch criminals.

[ Police.uk Link ]

www.met.police.uk

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National Crime Agency
01/16/2017 at 19:45. Facebook
Incredible result from the Spanish National Police and Europol.

Some of these weapons would very likely have ended up on the streets of the UK. Thanks and congratulations to everyone involved in this operation

[ Europa.eu Link ]

10 000 firearms seized in Spain with support of Europol

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National Crime Agency
01/16/2017 at 13:30. Facebook
"How corruption crept into our suburbs".

Find out how the UK property market is being exploited to launder money

[ Theguardian.com Link ]

The dark side of Britain’s gold rush: how corruption crept into our suburbs

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National Crime Agency
01/15/2017 at 16:47. Facebook
Modern Slavery comes in many forms – but all are defined by serious exploitation and abuse.

If you suspect modern slavery please report it to the Modern Slavery Helpline on 0800 0121 700 or by calling 999 in an emergency.

Don't leave it to someone else. Help end this horrific crime.

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National Crime Agency
01/15/2017 at 10:32. Facebook
Slavery isn’t a thing of the past – people are being held in modern slavery in the UK today.

Help end this terrible crime by learning to spot the signs.

If you have any suspicions of modern slavery please report to the Modern Slavery Helpline on 0800 0121 700, or by calling 999 in an emergency.
We have global reach and work with partners around the world to bring Most Wanted fugitives to justice.

Wherever they try to hide, we will pursue them. We never give up. We never stop looking
Stephen Carruthers, suspected of viewing indecent images of children, became the 79th of 96 most wanted fugitives apprehended as part of Operation Captura.

17 fugitives are still on the run and believed to be hiding in Spain. These men are wanted in connection with very serious crimes - help us catch them.

If you have any information please report anonymously to Crimestoppers.

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