undercover work

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The FBI has certified a certain number of special agents with CPA credentials to perform undercover work.
72) Undercover work only began to expand in the United States in the second half of the nineteenth century.
Done right, undercover work can be a very effective law-enforcement method, but it carries serious risks and should only be undertaken with proper training, supervision and oversight,'' said Michael German, a former FBI undercover agent who is a fellow at New York University's law school.
Ian believes cutbacks have made undercover work a low priority and warns that lives are being endangered because police now wait for a crime to be committed before acting.
deceptions and those of undercover work may be a matter of a degree, but
By speaking with candidates and novice UCEs openly and frankly regarding the hazards associated with undercover work, the safeguard team promotes the self-awareness and mental preparation needed for them to remain resilient in the face of expected and unexpected stressors.
This raid is a culmination of months of undercover work between officers from West Midlands Police and other forces across the country.
Realistic details about undercover work are on every page (thanks to McNab's background) and we really care about Danny and Elena, and admire the skill of Danny's grandfather.
A combination of community intelligence and undercover work led to the arrest of five men and a woman, five of whom have now been charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs and remanded in custody.
A cop who was named Texas Officer of the Year for his undercover work in Tulia, the son of a widely admired Texas Ranger, says a known crackhead or an unemployed high school dropout delivered cocaine to him.
He has also been involved in undercover work and was part of an operation that resulted in the confiscation of pounds 10,000 of drugs on a warrant.
She had explained in one of our earlier telephone conversations that she was "very impressed" with our previous coverage of the OKC bombing in general and our articles dealing with Elohim City and her undercover work in particular.