National Crime Agency director sacked over security breach allegations

22/12/2023 | BBC News

Nikki Holland, Director of Investigations at the UK's National Crime Agency (NCA ), has been dismissed from her position with immediate effect after she was found to have committed gross misconduct for following allegations of data protection breaches, bullying, and misuse of public funds.

Additional details obtained from the Liverpool Echo.

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