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National Crime Agency UK

The National Crime Agency (NCA) in the UK is a law enforcement agency with a mission to tackle serious and organised crime at a national and international level. The NCA was established in 2013 and operates as a non-ministerial government department and is responsible for investigating and combating a wide range of criminal activity, including drug trafficking, human trafficking, cybercrime, money laundering and organised crime networks. The NCA works closely with various law enforcement agencies, both in the UK and abroad, to coordinate efforts, share intelligence and bring individuals and organisations involved in serious criminal activities to justice. It plays a crucial part in safeguarding in the UK from various criminal threats and is an integral part of the country’s law enforcement and security infrastructure.