case officer


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Noun1.case officer - an operative who also serves as an official staffer of an intelligence servicecase officer - an operative who also serves as an official staffer of an intelligence service
action officer - the case officer designated to perform an act during a clandestine operation (especially in a hostile area)
intelligence agent, intelligence officer, operative, secret agent - a person secretly employed in espionage for a government
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He worked for the CIA between 1994 and 2007 as a case officer, when he left for Hong Kong.
on Thursday after being shot repeatedly by at least five motorcycle-riding suspects, said case officer SPO4 Milbert Balinggan.
NAB's Deputy Director Sultan Nazeer, case officer in the Avenfield Reference, and Imran Dogar, investigation officer, said at the airport that nothing new has been discovered in the investigation that could help further the Avenfield properties investigation.
For providing consultancy support to the planning applications team in relation to strategic development sites and to support the planning case officer in his/her management of the planning applications for strategic sites, Providing advice, Carrying out research, Liaising with consultees, Amenity groups and members of the public and drafting letters and reports as required by the planning case officer.
Court documents state that Melville faces a charge that, between November 13 and 15, 2015, at Marlee Road, Dundee, he behaved in a threatening and abusive manner towards Nadia, who works as a parliamentary assistant and senior case officer for Health Secretary Shona Robison.
Robert David Steele is an American activist and a former Central Intelligence Agency clandestine services case officer known for his promotion of open source intelligence (OSINT).
The case officer abroad is therefore highly dependent upon his analytical "brainpower" to tell him or her "what is the key question to be posed?
Mary Douglass, 52, a case officer for The Royal British Legion, from Sunderland, said: "Today is special because it marks remembrance of the fallen in all the wars and conflicts.
Carwyn Jones, case officer Lauren Kennedy and Simon Weston
But, as sometimes happens, the story has taken on a life of its own: a cover-up energized by the fallout from my book; the rejuvenated activities of a small group of codex loyalists ranging in age from 36 (me) to 82 (former Mossad case officer Rafi Sutton); and a recent edict issued against me by a prominent rabbi in New York.
She said CCTV evidence had been seen and case discussed with the victim, case officer and reviewing lawyer.
Give us your name and a contact telephone number and an ICO case officer will call you straight back.