Serious and organised crime causes greater harm to a larger number of people and more frequently than any other national security threat. Its impact is felt by communities across the UK, with lives cut short by gun crime and drug overdoses, and towns and cities blighted by gang violence, sexual abuse, online fraud and cyberattacks.

As the NCA marks its tenth anniversary, Graeme Biggar will explore how the serious and organised crime landscape has changed over the last decade, and how the Agency has responded to tackle the organised crime groups. Reflecting on the Agency’s decade of disrupting serious and organised crime, he will outline how the NCA will continue to deliver on its vital mission.

About the speaker

Graeme Biggar CBE

Graeme Biggar CBE

Director General, National Crime Agency

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