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We are looking at doing even more spot checks and undercover operations to tackle rogue drivers.
WASHINGTON -- The federal government has significantly expanded undercover operations in recent years, with officers from at least 40 agencies posing as businesspeople, welfare recipients, political protesters and even doctors or ministers to ferret out wrongdoing, records and interviews show.
The council said it would be issuing advice to all the shops who wrongly served the volunteer during the undercover operation and encouraged all retailers to adopt the Challenge 25 policy.
20) If an undercover operation is soundly established, provided that the sovereignty of other countries is respected, it is far more secure to open accounts covertly, rather than with the knowledge and involvement of bank personnel at any institution.
The second suspect collaborated with the investigative unit to arrest the supplier in an undercover operation.
Police seized the drugs, with a street value of BD250,000, as a result of two undercover operations in October 2008.
AN undercover operation which saw a 15-year-old volunteer try to buy fireworks and booze on Anglesey found every shopkeeper refused to serve him.
ODOT worked Thursday with Oregon State Police troopers and Lane County sheriff's deputies on an undercover operation in Eugene designed to put unlicensed movers out of business.
And property worth tens of thousands of pounds has been recovered in the raids - part of the undercover Operation Embleton, which was six months in the planning.
Jim Templeton, president of the Rangers Supporters Assembly - an organisation with more than 30,000 members worldwide - has learned that Strathclyde Police are planning an undercover operation at the lunchtime live TV clash with Motherwell.
A Midland mother was jailed for 10 months yesterday following a police and trading standards undercover operation which recovered 12,208 fake DVDs worth pounds 111,336 to be sold at car boot sales.