Wikipedia:WikiProject Law Enforcement/Requested articles

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  • Allore, John, Canadian Justice Advocate -
  • Alok Kumar (police officer) -Indian police service; While posted as ACP he led the police team which neutralized notorious gangster Mohd. Inam Khan @ Inammuddin and arrested dreaded gangster Ibrahim @ Baddu and their two associates Salim Khan and Asraf in an encounter. As Addl. DCP/Crime he supervised the team which worked out 32 cases of bomb blasts that took place in Delhi and in neighbouring areas and arrested dreaded terrorist Kamran and his other accomplices who had been sent by ISI trained Syed Abdul Karim Tunda to cause large scale terror. He was awarded Police Medal for Meriotrious Services in the year, 2002 and then President’s Police Medal for Gallantry in the year 2007 for his conspicuous role played in an encounter in which four militants Shahid Gahoor, Bashir Ahmed, Ponnu, Fayyaz Ahmed Lone, Abdul Majeed Baba of Jaish-e-Mohammed were apprehended from under Ranjit Singh Flyover, Delhi.[1] In 2007 he led the team of Delhi Police (special cell) that cracked 13 September 2008 Delhi bombings and other serial blasts throughout the country. The investigation led to Batla House encounter on 18th september 2008.; Ku­mar is con­sid­ered to be an ex­pert on gang ri­val­ries in Delhi and ter­ror out­fits op­er­at­ing around the coun­try.[2]; He is also the editor of delhi police- history and heritage; He was also awarded President's Police Medal for distinguished service in 2010;

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  5. ^ kumar, alok. "Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami (HuJI)".
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  7. ^ "9788175257054 Delhi Police History and Heritage :".
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  9. ^ "K-9 Hall of Fame — Central Intelligence Agency".
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  11. ^ "Cadaver dog said to detect human remains at ex-Oakland home of long-missing woman". 2015-06-26.
  12. ^ "Brains and Nose: The Coroner's Secret Weapon". 2015-01-09.
  • Ballyknockane Constabulary, pre-independence Ireland - ()
  • Bite mark injury - ()
  • Border Patrol Police Bureau - ()
  • Boston Elevated Railway Police - ()
  • Brennan, Kathleen, US police lieutenant and the first female head of a police SWAT team in Pima County, Arizona - ()

  • Hard Dog Section, Metropolitan Police, London - ()
  • Hackerazzi, person that commits unauthorized access to a protected computer system to obtain private celebrity material[1] - ()

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