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inspector

a police officer ranking below a superintendent or chief inspector and above a sergeant

Inspector

 

(1) An official in Soviet state institutions, enterprises, and many public organizations in charge of supervision and control over subordinate agencies and persons—for example, finance, school, and sanitation inspectors.

(2) In pre-revolutionary men’s secondary schools, a director’s assistant in charge of studies and discipline—for example, inspectors of classical and commercial secondary schools.

inspector

[in′spek·tər]
(mining engineering)
One employed to make examinations of and to report upon mines and surface plants relative to compliance with mining laws, rules and regulations, and safety methods.

inspector

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"Specials are an important part of the police service and have a vital role to play in the future of policing," said South Denbighshire District Inspector Dewi Roberts.
District Inspector Gareth Jones said: "The warrants were executed, following concerns from people in the town, relating to the misuse of drugs.
She has held several posts in the Inspectorate, including those of District Inspector, Managing HMI and Head of Directorate with responsibility for early years provision, primary, secondary, special and independent schools, further education, Welsh-medium and bilingual provision.
District Inspector Gareth Jones said: "We are attempting to address concerns that cannabis is being sold to young people in and around Denbigh and welcome information from the public relating to those who are involved in the supply of drugs."
District Inspector Martin Best said: "As a result of the recent media attention regarding counterfeit currency circulating in the area, the warrant was executed as a result of information brought to us by members of the public."
Local district inspector, Gareth Jones said: "This mornings' activities came as a result of concerns that had been raised by our communities.
District Inspector David Roome said: We recognise the importance of consulting with communities and being responsive to their needs.
Wrexham Town District Inspector Simon Kneale tweeted: "Incident in Caia brought to a safe conclusion with one male detained.
Lisa Surridge, district inspector at Wrexham South, said: "Operation Twilight is an excellent example of partnership work at its very best.
Local district inspector, Glen Brumby said: "Inquiries are continuing and anyone with information is urged to contact local officers.
District Inspector David Roome said: "North Wales Police are treating all these fires as serious incidents which could have had a devastating impact on the community.

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