investigator


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a person whose work is investigating crimes or obtaining hidden evidence or information

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Worried for their safety during late-night surveillance and arrests, a team of code enforcement investigators got permission Monday to carry Tasers despite nationwide controversy over the potentially deadly stun gun.
It's a big caseload for an investigator, hired on a part-time basis, who works partly from home.
11) In the rare case that a suspect refuses to talk while recorded, the investigator simply can turn off the camera and obtain the evidence without a recording (or covertly record anyway).
A large part of being a good investigator is keeping an open mind throughout an investigation and following wherever the cvidence takes you.
Awards are not renewable and are not transferable from one principal investigator to another.
Salary: Investigator GS-9 at $43,000 to Regional Director GS-15 at $135,000
Morgenthau also thanked the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice for their assistance in conducting the searches at the Figliolia residence and in particular: Deputy Attorney General Mark Eliades; Supervising State Investigator Vickey Vreeland; State Investigator Brian Bruton; State Investigator Chris Donahue; State Investigator Jennifer Mazone; State Investigator Paul Kay; State Investigator P.
That's because they can evaluate the condition much more quickly without destroying the building, and everybody can understand what it is when the investigator points to the infrared image and says, "This window leaks.
The trend of an institution to be the investigator and hold patent interests has continued into recent times, even despite the Gelsinger and similar tragedies.
Clinical investigators and laboratory investigators need opportunities to talk to one another.
How does an investigator tell an average person what her study entails?
To make the comparison useful, the investigator must try both methods on similar groups of subjects.
Management outcomes of diabetes: New England Medical Center, Sheldon Greenfield, MD, principal investigator.
In FY 1989, 232 field investigator initiated research applications were received in response to the Federal Register announcement of September 8, 1988.
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