National Crime Agency
|Chief NCA Officer||
|Deputy NCA Officers||
What is NCA
The role of the National Crime Agency is to protect the public by disrupting and breaking apart organised crime rings within the region of Altis, and bringing those responsible for serious crimes to justice. The main crimes targeted by NCA are those under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971.
NCA falls under the supervision of the directorate of the Multi-agency Operations department.
For additional information, please refer to the NCA Handbook.
The scope ranges from bringing down a range of organisations that pose a serious threat to the national security;
- Firearms - Seizure and control of guns used by organised crime groups
- Narcotics Industry - Focusing on the Cultivation, Traffic and distribution of Drugs
- Serious Theft & Robbery
- Money Laundering - Seizing and breaking ways criminals
- Fraud - Investigating the sales and thefts of large money transfers with criminal intent
- Serious Organised Crime - Shutdown of terror groups & threats to national security
- Cyber Crime - The tracking of sales and misuse firearms within national borders
- Crime Infiltration - We also employ the use of unmarked units to disrupt organised crime
NCA officers also work closely with other agencies to ensure further protection of the civilians within the Altis region through operations focusing on aspects of organised crime or the sharing of resources and information to aid investigations.
The National Crime Agency is an organised unit of officers that can operate under huge pressures and adapt themselves to any scenario. Within the unit, divisions are set up to ensure that the workflow and coordination of officers continues to develop and progress.
- CNCA - Director General: Ali Barber
The Chief Director General of the NCA is the leader of the NCA, this rank has the most responsibility within the NCA. The person with this rank has the final say in most circumstances, anything related to NCA goes through the Director General.
- DNCA - Deputy Director General: Creebles | Felix
The Deputy Director General’s job is to be alongside the Chief Director General in any decisions that are to be made and along with the overall management of the unit. The people within the role, play a key part in the overall function of the NCA auditing and over viewing all areas of the unit.
- DUO - Director of Undercover: This role has main oversight of the entire “Unmarked” division. They have the final say in how operations involving “Plain clothed” officers are handled.
- DOT - Director of Training: The role of the DOT is to oversee every aspect of the Training department of the National Crime Agency, including recruitment.
- DO - Director of Operations: The DO works to lead and run all operations within NCA, as well as overseeing the section members within the unit.
NCA Frontline Sections
The Frontline Officers are divided into multiple sections, these sections are lead by an Section Leader, these agents are the officers that will be ensuring professionalism and commitment to the unit. They have the power to promote officers under their command when approved by the NCA Director+ team as well as remove people from their turn and ultimately the unit if they deem it fit.
- Section Lead: Heads of the Teams
- Senior Agents: Experience officers with the ability to carry a Spar 16-S once trained, gained after commitment to the unit.
- Field Agent: An Officer that has completed the basic Training and passed their probationary Stages within the unit.
NCA Training Division
The training division is responsible for the training and recruitment within the National Crime Agency, with in charge the Director of Training.
- TO - Training Officer: Training Officers are individuals who are in charge of Open/Closed showcases and training within NCA. These individuals are also tasked with evaluating the entirety of NCA in their Armed Operations tests (Entry Test) and Spar-16s Training.
Led by the Director of Operations this sector is focused on the more organised crime sector with a focus on Proactive response and using intelligence gathered using our various sources and systems to stop large serious crimes from developing and harming the economic system.
This division is a highly skilled sector and is supported by small contributions from everyone within the Unit
A reinstated division of the unit which focuses on the deployment of unmarked units into strategic places to aid marked NCA agents. How this division is run with the ranking, recruitment and management of all aspects of “Unmarked” or “Plain clothed policing" can be enquired through NCA Command.
All Officers within the unit should be highly skilled and efficient at their role, as a unit we should be able to switch and change our focus instantly to respond, downscale and neutralise any applicable situation. National Crime Agency agents should be able to take lead of standard frontline policing officers and strategize the best way to solve the problem.
They are effective as they tackle the problem as it occurs in some cases and deal with it in the most efficient way by avoiding hostile conflicts and should the need arise swinging them so they hold a tactical advantage.
Training and Development
Agents that are assigned and show interest in this division deal with the recruitment and development of new trial agents as well as existing personnel.
Training Officers are individuals who are in charge of Open/Closed showcases and training's within NCA. These individuals are tasked with training the entirety of NCA in their Armed Operations tests (Entry Test) and Spar-16s Training's.
Each week, the trainers will devise a scenario set out for the NCA Open/Closed to make sure that the future NCA Agents have a chance of getting in. These officers are audited and reviewed by NCA command to ensure that they operate at the highest level as they represent the unit from a tactical and combat standpoint.
Officers interested in joining the unit must undergo a thorough application process that consists of several stages:
- An Interest Form — if accepted, officers will proceed to the next stage, otherwise they'll be given a chance to reapply at a later date;
- An Open Showcase, where selected aspiring officers are divided into two teams and will have to complete a few scenarios at the end of which they'll be given feedback by the NCA Training Department.
- A Closed Showcase, in which the officers that made it through the previous stage are assigned to one team and they will have to fight a few scenarios against NCA Agents.
- Armed Operations (Entry) Test: those that have been deemed capable enough during the Closed Showcase, will have 2 attempts at passing the NCA Entry test. If passed, the officers will join NCA as a Probationary Agent however, if the test is failed, the recruitment process for that officer will start over.