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debrief

noun examine, gain information, gain knowlldge, get briefing, inquire, interrogate, investigate, quiz, scrutinize
Associated concepts: counterintelligence, espionage, interrogation, terrorism
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11, 2001, a squad of detectives, known as the Citywide Debriefing Team, has combed the city's jails for immigrants -- predominantly Muslims -- who might be persuaded to become police informants, according to documents obtained by The New York Times, along with interviews with former members of the unit and senior police officials.
Follow-up debriefings are recommended at their home chapters as the disaster workers return from assignments.
He added: "It's a nonsense for someone to claim debriefing facilities were not available.
In February 1961, two months before Penkovsky's first debriefing, the newly appointed secretary of defense, Robert S.
After the teams responded to the simulated emergency, half the instructors debriefed their group with an assigned script, and the other led unscripted debriefings.
NICE Inform provides the complete picture for PSAPs,airports, public transportation systems, banks, and other markets that need to synchronize diverse multimedia for incident reconstructions used in investigations and debriefings.
Ethics debriefing provides an opportunity for ICU clinicians, especially nurses, to decompress and process their feelings toward ethical dilemmas and conflicts.
I was involved in airline debriefings right away, and Cop-to-Cop the following March (2002).
The research methods literature recommends peer debriefing as a process to enhance the credibility of qualitative research.
Debriefing such individuals as drug subjects, sources, and local police officers should provide locations of cut and vial stores from which drug organizations secure their supplies.
After a five-hour debriefing and a late-night drive to Washington, the former White House intern signed an immunity deal Tuesday that freed her from legal peril.