Police Inspector

Some articles on police, inspector, police inspector:

Encounter Killings By Police - In India - Mumbai
... Police encounter killings were common in Mumbai, India, from the 1990s through the mid 2000s and some of the police officers involved came to be known as "Encounte ... The Mumbai police resorted to encounter killings as they believed that these killings delivered speedy justice ... consider these encounter killings, together with torture by police in lock-ups and custodial deaths to be gross human rights violations ...
Law Enforcement In Serbia - Police Ranks
... (Junior police sergeant) Mladji policijski narednik 1 klase ... (Junior police sergeant 1st class) Policijski narednik ... (Police sergeant) Policijski inspektor ...
Sadashiv Amrapurkar - Filmography
... Dosh Vijay Mehta/Kiran Bhatnagar Aatma Advocate Khurana Yeh Raat Police Commissioner Koi Mere Dil Mein Hai Ishwarchand Mangatram Gore (I.M ... Anna Kunku Zale Vairi Tatya The Guardian Spirit of the House Vadil AK 47 Ek Se Badhkar Ek Inspector Inamdar Taarzan The Wonder Car Anthony D'Costa (2nd Partner) Savarkhed Ek ... of Jewel Thief Jukaso Nirbhay Angaara Police Inspector Yaraana Beggar/Mungarilal Sanjay Political Leader Sanam Harjai Advocate K.K.Verma Coolie No ...
Suresh Oberoi - Filmography
... Mehra 1995 Dilbar DCP Sridhar Atmaram Verma 1995 Anokhi Chal 1994 Vijaypath Inspector Rajesh Saxena 1994 Suhaag Rai Bahadur 1994 Kranti Kshetra 1994 ... Abhi 1991 Sadhu Sant 1991 Pucca Badmash 1991 Pyar Ka Devta Inspector Arun 1991 Numbri Aadmi ACP Vijay Pratap 1991 Kasam Kali Ki 1991 Jeene Ki Sazaa Dr ... Santosh 1991 Jaan Ki Kasam Kumar 1991 Iraada 1991 Inspector Dhanush Com ...

Famous quotes containing the words inspector and/or police:

    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)

    In Africa, there is much confusion.... Before, there was no radio, or other forms of communication.... Now, in Africa ... the government talks, people talk, the police talk, the people don’t know anymore. They aren’t free.
    Youssou N’Dour (b. 1959)