`Lizzie James', the detective who pretended to woo Colin Stagg, once the prime suspect in the 1992 murder of young mother Rachel Nickell, by pretending to share his deranged sexual fantasies, is in the news again.
Last week it was reported that she had quit the force due to stress and is preparing to sue the Metropolitan Police.
Sting operations of this type sometimes produce many convictions, but may be costly, involving many officers over a considerable period of time (Albanese, 191).
Undercover work is dangerous—the danger appears to increase in proportion to the severity of sentences targets of such operations stand to serve—and open to manipulation (Beare, 190-191).
There had been confusion about whether undercover police were allowed to go that far following the collapse of a case against environmental activists in Nottinghamshire after it emerged the group was infiltrated by an officer called Mark Kennedy, who had been in sexual relationships with two women in the campaign.
Speaking in a debate in Westminster Hall, Mr Herbert said: "In very limited circumstances, authorisation under Ripa Part 2 may render unlawful conduct with the criminal if it is consentutory conduct falling within the Act that the source is authorised to undertake.
, who are police officers trying to infiltrate criminal organizations or obtain information about their operations (Beare, 199).
"The General's Daughter" is a well-made thriller with a lot of good acting, but the death of Elisabeth Campbell is so unnecessarily graphic and gruesome that by the end I felt sort of unclean.
The movie is based on a page-turner by Nelson De Mille, adapted for the screen by William Goldman and Christopher Bertolini, who along the way provide a dialogue scene for Travolta and James Woods that's sharp-edged and crisply delivered; one-on-one, they fence with words and the theater grows as quiet as if it were a sex scene.
Kimberly "Kim" Bauer (born 1985-1986) was the daughter of Jack and Teri Bauer.
Because of their protected status, the information they provide and techniques they use to gather information are rarely challenged.
Marx (193) points out that informers are often unchallenged because they rarely appear in court.