Inspector is both a police rank and an administrative position, both used in a number of contexts. However, it is not an equivalent rank in each police force.
Other articles related to "inspector":
... He is best known for his books featuring Inspector Wilkins ... party, and contain joking references to Inspector Appleby, the detective created by Michael Innes, or Inspector Alleyn, created by Ngaio Marsh, and to the well-known private ...
... The format of the The Hotel Inspector has since been used twice for other series for Channel 5, both of which recreate the concept of an expert visiting and suggesting improvements for ... In March 2010, The Business Inspector was broadcast, starring Hilary Devey, who advised struggling small businesses on how to become successful ... In June 2011, The Restaurant Inspector was broadcast, starring Fernando Peire, who advised struggling restaurants on how to achieve higher profits, with a second series which broadcast in 2012 ...
... an additional complementary series, "The Hotel Inspector Unseen" ran on Fiver (now 5*), one of Five's digital channels, immediately after the main show ... including video diaries shot by the hoteliers, revealing their reactions to the inspector's opinions ... After three series of The Hotel Inspector, Ruth Watson left a message on her website stating that she would not be filming another series, despite being one of the channel's most watched shows ...
... In American administrative law, an inspector is an official charged with the duty to issue permits, such as a building inspector or sanitation ... These positions are commonly known as the Fire Inspector or Building Inspector ... A government agency may also have an Inspector General responsible for preventing internal fraud, waste, abuse and other agency deficiencies ...
... In the film, Inspector Clouseau must team up with detectives from other countries to rout a daring burglar, The Tornado, who has returned after a decade of inactivity ... John Cleese replaces Kevin Kline as Chief Inspector Dreyfus with Jean Reno and Emily Mortimer reprising their roles as Clouseau's partner Ponton and Clouseau's girlfriend Nicole ... Alfred Molina round out the cast as detectives, Italian Inspector Vicenzo Brancaleone, Japanese Inspector Kenji Mazuto and British Chief Inspector Randall Pepperidge ...
Famous quotes containing the word inspector:
“Inspector Clouseau: How can a blind man be a lookout?
Chief Inspector Dreyfus: How can an idiot be a policeman? Answer me that!
Inspector Clouseau: Its very simple. All he has to do is enlist.”
—Blake Edwards (b. 1922)
“One things sure: Inspector Clays dead. Murdered. And somebodys responsible.”
—Edward D. Wood, Jr. (19221978)
“Inspector Clouseau: Do I detect something in your voice that says I am in disfavor with you?
Chief Inspector Dreyfus: Yes. I wish you were dead.
Inspector Clouseau: Well, of course, you are entitled to your opinion.”
—Blake Edwards (b. 1922)