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a high ranking police officer

an investigator who observes carefully

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Detective Inspector Matt Connick said: "We believe this to be a targeted attack, with no wider threat to members of the public.
The past comes back to haunt Detective Inspector Stewart White again and again in a deadly game of cat-and-mice.
A retired Surrey Police detective inspector is under investigation for his role in investigating allegations of sexual abuse by Savile at Duncroft School in 2007 and 2008.
Rebecca Rigby, second left, the wife of Fusilier Lee Rigby, weeps as a statement is read out by Detective Inspector Pete Sparks, right, after Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale were found guilty of his murder MAX NASH/PA
The detective inspector urged anyone who witnessed any suspicious activity in the time leading up to the robbery or saw the suspects leaving the scene to contact police.
What I brought to the part was incredibly wearing for me, having to find something deep in a person's psyche that I have no relationship with whatsoever, because they are not human you know, detective inspectors.
Detective Inspector Neil McAdam said special permission was obtained for covert listening devices to be installed in the house at Porthmadog, Gwynedd, to obtain any intelligence.
Detective Inspector Glen Boulton, of West Midlands Police, is accused of six sex offences involving two girls aged under 16.
City of London police Detective Inspector Alan Kalbfell, said: "It is frustrating.
Detective Inspector David Bryson said an injured man staggered to the nearby St John Ambulance depot seeking medical help at 4 a.
DETECTIVE Chief Inspector Steve Bimson and Detective Inspector Marsha Button - who together have 56 years of policing experience - head up the Major Investigation Unit based at Chace Avenue police station in Coventry.
A fourth officer - detective inspector Mick Newell - is believed to have been ordered to resign following an internal probe.
When another murder coincides with Dalgliesh's falling ill with SARS, Detective Inspector Kate Miskin has to take over.
Detective Inspector Ken Lloyd, of West Midlands Police, joined other officers to hand out leaflets in the Bristol Road and Witherford Way area of Weoley Castle.
Detective Inspector Adam Dalgliesh (so ably played by Roy Marsden) is confronted with a puzzling murder compounded by an over abundance of suspects in this superbly crafted television adaptation of P.