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Synonyms for undercover

existing or operating in a way so as to ensure complete concealment and confidentiality

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conducted with or marked by hidden aims or methods

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Mohamud told the undercover agent that he wanted to become "operational.
justifiable and sometimes necessary aspect of undercover policing.
This psychological evaluation is complemented by an independent operational assessment conducted by an experienced UCE (counselor) focused on investigative knowledge, trade-craft issues, and problem-solving skills and includes role-play scenarios designed to elicit the candidate's responses to typical undercover experiences.
I am pleased to say that Police Scotland are committed to implementing these recommendations to provide further assurance around the operation of their undercover officers.
As gunshots rent the air, uniformed officers from the nearby Jogoo Road Police Station arrived in a marked car but the undercover team waved them away.
Further, members of police are afforded protection from potential consequences of their undercover action, as well as the opportunity to testify anonymously.
Undercover Boss doesn't just reward model employees, it punishes errant ones.
But the Scottish Government had announced a review by the police inspectorate into undercover policing that would only go back as far as 2000.
Former undercover policeman Peter Francis admitted he stole the identity of a four-year-old dead boy.
The undercover agent booked a room and met the accused at the hotel.
It states that it is "never acceptable" for an undercover operative to "form an intimate sexual relationship with those they are employed to infiltrate and target or may encounter during their deployment", adding: "This conduct will never be authorised, nor must it ever be used as a tactic of a deployment.
Fitzgerald, a former Drug Enforcement Administration agent, police sergeant and training instructor, and current attorney, trial consultant, and international criminal law advisor specializing in criminal informant and cooperating witness issues, details the law, policy, and procedure for working with informants and cooperating witnesses and in undercover investigations.
This episode is about EmpireCLS Worldwide Chauffeured Services and its CEO David Seelinger who will go undercover to see how his business works from a different perspective.
True Value Company President and CEO John Hartmann went undercover on the season six premiere of "Undercover Boss" on CBS Television Network, which aired on Sunday, Dec.
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.