National Crime Agency

National Crime Agency

The NCA is a new crime-fighting agency with national and international reach and the mandate and powers to work in partnership with other law enforcement organisations to bring the full weight of the law to bear in cutting serious and organised crime.

Organised crime is one of the greatest threats to the UK's national security. In 2011 the Home Secretary announced the creation of the NCA to lead the UK's fight to cut serious and organised crime. 

What we do

  • Border Policing Command
    The Border Policing Command (BPC) is a vital part of the Government's approach to increased border security.
  • Economic Crime Command
    The Economic Crime Command (ECC) places the NCA at the forefront of the fight against economic crime affecting the UK.
  • Organised Crime Command
    The Organised Crime Command (OCC) leads, supports and co-ordinates the national effort to identify, pursue and disrupt serious and organised criminals.
  • National Cyber Crime Unit
    The NCCU provides a joined-up national response to cyber and cyber-enabled crime, ensuring that expertise is focused where it can deliver the most impact and add most value.
  • CEOP Command
    The CEOP command is dedicated to eradicating the sexual exploitation and sexual abuse of children and young people. 

National Crime Agency
1-7 Old Queen Street

0370 496 7622