National Crime Agency
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|National Crime Agency|
|Predecessor||• Serious Organised Crime Agency|
• Police Central e-Crime Unit
• National Policing Improvement Agency
|Parent organization||UK, UK/Home Office|
|Headquarters||1-7 Old Queen St, London, United Kingdom|
|Subgroups||Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre|
National Crime Agency is the "UK's lead agency against organised crime; human, weapon and drug trafficking; cyber crime; and economic crime that goes across regional and international borders, but can be tasked to investigate any crime... It is the UK point of contact for foreign agencies such as Interpol, Europol and other international law enforcement agencies."
The NCA were reportedly "ordered to stop their investigation into Russian money laundering, connected to Bill Browder's company Hermitage."
Employees on Wikispooks
|Tim Crosland||Head of Cyber, Prevention and Information Law||October 2013||March 2015|
|Jonathan Evans||Board member||March 2015||Resigned due to criticism of conflicts of interest with his job as NSBC Director.|
|Document:The HSBC Cabal||Article||11 October 2018||Nicholas Wilson||HSBC paid Lisa Osofsky’s firm $200m a year to monitor the Deferred Prosecution Agreement in the US|
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