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NCA publishes National Strategic Assessment of Serious and Organised Crime for 2022

 

The National Crime Agency has published its National Strategic Assessment of Serious and Organised Crime for 2022 aned identified the major crime trends which will drive its activity over the coming year.

It says that faced with a threat that is increasingly complex and global in nature, it is more important than ever that the UK’s response to Serious and Organised Crime is cohesive, effective and targeted against the most damaging threats.

Dismantling

The priorities include dismantling he highest‑harm organised crime groups and networks as well as leading and co-ordinating national law enforcement agencies in tackling serious and organised crime within the UK.

It also aims to intensify its work to tackle the threat from hostile states, corrupt elites, cyber and economic crime.

Priorities

Director General of the NCA, Graeme Biggar, has set four operational priorities for the Agency setting out how we will deliver strong operational performance and build for the future by:

  • Increasing its understanding of, and impact on, the criminals causing the most harm

  • Strengthening its leadership role with partners and the public

  • Building a workforce that meets the future threat

  • Improving the foundations on which it delivers operations

 

To read the report go to:

https://www.nationalcrimeagency.gov.uk/who-we-are/publications/594-nca-annual-plan-2022-23/file