The National Assessments Centre (NAC) is responsible for producing all source, assessed reporting that provides the authoritative picture of the UK’s understanding of the threat from serious and organised crime, a key factor in driving the NCA’s activity and protecting the public.
This role involves close working with other UK and International Intelligence, Law Enforcement and Policy partners charged with tackling SOC and its impact on the UK.
As serious and organised crime is defined as a ‘national security’ concern, the NAC also works with the UK Intelligence Community and counter-terrorism policing to assess the crossovers between serious crime, terrorism and other national security issues. Additionally, the centre works closely with key international partners to ensure that assessments truly reflect the global nature of the SOC threat.
By joining this team, you will be part of one of the fastest growing and highest profile parts of the NCA, striving to become a centre of excellence for SOC strategic intelligence assessment. As a result the NAC is keen to promote diversity of thought, professional development and learning.