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detective

noun agent, criminologist, espier, examiner, indagator, inquirer, inquiry agent, inspector, investigator, prober
Associated concepts: police detectives, private detective
See also: peace officer, spy
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Carlisle Homicide Detective Erin McCoy is partnered with Senior Detective Christopher Snow, her loving husband.
Sure, the story involves homicide detectives battling werewolves but the core of the tale is really about friendship and trust.
Thus begins a wild ride where the fates of Kinjo an antiquities trader; Arai an up-and-coming musician; Teja a model; and Rio her long-lost sister; are intertwined with that of homicide detectives Serengeti Joost and Coventry as they seek to unmask the murderer.
Murray, who told homicide detectives he gave Jackson 25mg of propofol to help him sleep before he suffered cardiac arrest, has denied any wrongdoing.
 Meanwhile, a nurse-nutritionist who worked with Michael Jackson says she interviewed with Los Angeles homicide detectives who informed her that needle marks were discovered on the pop star's body.
More than 120 officers including dedicated homicide detectives and specialist officers continue to work around the clock on the inquiry..
Cleveland Police has 21 officers serving half a million people, compared to just six homicide detectives in Calgary serving a million residents.
Current homicide detectives listed such traits as interview and interrogation skills, dedication, experience, patience, common sense, tenacity, persistence, and organizational skills as assets.
In Black Lilly: Have No Mercy III, homicide detectives Joe Warner and Eddy Konklin investigate the sudden disappearance of Richard Alan Eckhard, the mayor of Mt.
Reporter Daniel Cummings has become a go-between for a serial killer and the homicide detectives searching for him.
Homicide detectives ruled the death was due to natural causes, after the autopsy report listed hypertension and cardiovascular disease, according to Miami-Dade police spokesman Juan DelCastillo.
Even tough homicide detectives have volunteered to switch to mundane tasks to free as many people as possible for search and rescue duties.