To inform against

Related to To inform against: brings to bear
to communicate facts by way of accusation against; to denounce; as, two persons came to the magistrate, and informed against A.

See also: Inform

References in classic literature ?
And, as I am a good citizen, and as it is the duty of every good citizen to inform against the bad ones, it is my duty to inform against Cornelius van Baerle.
A British Special Branch handler approaches the father-to-be offering him cash to inform against the IRA.
When a British Special Branch handler (Ben Kingsley) approaches him, offering money to inform against the IRA, he reluctantly accepts, believing his identity as a mole will never be exposed.
Karen, newly released from prison, is targeted by police who use any means possible to persuade her to inform against her gangster brother.
The young ardent Sawsan becomes an zealous supporter of the regime and takes pleasure in terrorizing her classmates and neighbors by threatening to inform against them and doing this indeed.
Why does a poet so concerned with his image and posterity appear to inform against himself?
Soon after, a British Special Branch handler called Fergus (Sir Ben Kingsley) approaches Martin and offers him a significant amount of money to inform against the IRA.
2 : to inform against : accuse <I denounced him as a traitor.
The ubiquity of gin retailing proved to be beyond the limited capacities of public authority, so the government created incentives for the poor to inform against each other.
Vale allegedly claimed after his arrest that he had been naive with the hookers and had been trying to get them to inform against drugs barons.
It really points out some of the difficulties of trying to balance the need to inform against the need to protect.
Soon after, Martin is offered a significant amount of money to inform against the IRA.