undercover operation

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an operation involving secret work within a community or institution

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A female officer dressed in civilian clothes was used for the undercover operation at 10 p.
And Mayor Joe Anderson has repeated his warning that any cabbie found to be involved with the seedy sex deals will be punished - with more undercover operations set to take place.
The victim may feel that they are doing a public service by helping the police and for some it may seem exciting to part of an undercover operation, but this is not the case and it's simply a thief's way of enticing a victim so they can steal their money.
An undercover operation led to the arrest of a man who claimed to have ability to treat incurable diseases and solving personal problems.
The four were arrested in two major undercover operations conducted by the Belau Drug Enforcement Task Force (BDETF) between December 23 and 24, according to a report from Island Times in the city of Koror.
And in what became a major political scandal for the Obama administration, agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives allowed guns to slip into Mexico in 2011 in an undercover operation known as Fast and Furious.
An undercover operation was carried out on Phillips and Evans amid ongoing concerns about alleged misconduct.
A TEENAGER was able to use a fake identity card featuring a photo of a cartoon character from a TV show to purchase alcohol during an undercover operation by trading standards.
A total of 24 suspects were held in America, Europe, Asia and Australia, following a two-year undercover operation described as the biggest of its kind.
During one, two-year undercover operation, this author and his team laundered $34 million.
A staff member at Kular Stores, in Rothbury Gardens, Lobley Hill, sold alcohol to an underage youngster in an undercover operation between police and Gateshead Council Trading Standards officers.
Jon Murphy, Chief Constable of Merseyside Police and ACPOs spokesman on organised crime, said: "We have had to risk assess every undercover operation.
The investigative team planned an undercover operation to arrest the second suspect.
The indictments stem from an FBI undercover operation that focused on allegations of foreign bribery in the military and law enforcement products industry," the release said.
The other defendants, excluding the two Bahrainis, were arrested during a second undercover operation on October 11, 2008.