29 June 2015

Five immigration offenders have been arrested in illegal working operations by a Home Office immigration enforcement team

Justice Minister praises Organised Crime Task Force successes

25 June 2015

"Significant progress has been made in tackling organised crime over the past twelve months.Significant progress has been made in tackling organised crime over the past twelve months."

Ballymena trader pleads guilty to selling counterfeit goods

24 June 2015

An online trader who was selling counterfeit car accessories has been given a conditional discharge after pleading guilty at Ballymena Magistrates' court. 

£3.8M Cannabis Seizure at Dover

18 June 2015

Border Force officers at the inward freight controls at Dover’s Eastern Docks have seized approximately 380 kilos of cannabis with a likely potential street value in excess of £3.8 million.

Five Arrested in Immigration Operations

17 June 2015

Three Northern Ireland businesses are facing potential financial penalties following operations by a Home Office immigration enforcement team.

New arrangements to report fraud in NI

12 June 2015

Victims of fraud in Northern Ireland now have access to a UK-wide service designed to crackdown on fraudsters and those committing cyber crime.

Ford launches consultation on human trafficking

29 May 2015

Justice Minister, David Ford, has today launched a consultation on a draft Northern Ireland Human Trafficking and Exploitation Strategy for 2015/16.

National Crime Agency fully operational in Northern Ireland

20 May 2015

The extension of the National Crime Agency’s (NCA) remit to use constabulary and civil recovery powers in the devolved arena will have a significant impact in the fight against organised crime in North...

Consumerline goes online at nidirect

25 March 2015

Consumerline, Northern Ireland’s consumer advice service, has teamed up with nidirect, the official government services website, to give Northern Ireland consumers better access to the advice and help ...

New Legislation puts Northern Ireland at the forefront of the fight against Human Trafficking - Ford

10 December 2014

This week marks a significant step forward in Northern Ireland’s fight against human trafficking and slavery, with two new laws agreed.