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INSPECTOR. The name given to certain officers whose duties are to examine and inspect things over which they have jurisdiction; as, inspector of bark , one who is by law authorized to examine bark for exportation, and to approve or disapprove of its quality. Inspectors of customs are officers appointed by the general government: as to their duties, see Story's L. U. S. vol. 1, 590, 605, 609, 610, 612, 619, 621, 623, 650; ii. 1490, 1516; iii. 1650, 1790.

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Detective Inspector O'Mahony opposed bail because of the seriousness of the charges, the weight of the evidence against the men and the likely sentences they would receive if convicted.
Detective Inspector Steve Hughson, based in Brecon near their home, said: "Kirsty's parents gave me a memento of Kirsty which they asked me to place at the Doi Suthep Temple which overlooks Chiang Mai.
detective inspector Gillian Longford and constables Jacqueline Coyne and Stephen Equzi.
As a unit we play an active part in those partnerships, " said Detective Inspector Anderson, "The time has come when there is a realisation that substance misuse cannot be tackled purely by enforcement.
Detective Inspector Paul Schramm, of the South Australia major crime squad, said: "We do not know what the motive was.
Today, Detective Inspector Alun Thomas said: 'We have had an excellent response.
The Detective Inspector was giving evidence before the sentencing of Brennan, who has been convicted of Real IRA membership.
Detective Inspector Frank Thom and Detective Sergeant Ian McBain had made their comments to a Court of Session judge almost two years ago.
Detective Inspector Tony Butt said Morgan and a 21-year-old man were arrested yesterday.
The detective inspector is still heading the inquiry from an incident room at Wrexham.
Detective Inspector Debbie Cooper, based at Cardiff's major crimes unit, joined the force in 1983 after three years with the Metropolitan Police.
Detective Inspector Martin Jeffs said: ``The victims have all been left extremely traumatised by their ordeals.