Inside Operation Venetic: Britain's biggest organised crime crackdown
While you and I were locked down in the middle of this year, the UK's National Crime Agency was frantically carrying out an unprecedented operation. By the time it was made public in July, Operation Venetic was the biggest crackdown on organised crime in UK history. What was it like to be an undercover detective working on one of the most high-tech, fast moving and risky investigations ever carried out in Britain?
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Ross Kempsell, Special Correspondent, Times Radio.
Peter Stevens, Branch Commander at the National Crime Agency.
Matt Horne, Deputy Director of Investigations at the National Crime Agency.
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