Assistant Chief Constable Marcus Beale, who was the counter terrorism lead for West Midlands Police, put the papers in a locked case in an unmarked police car.
Senior West Midlands police officer to face official secrets charge Marcus Beale, an assistant chief constable, is accused of not adequately protecting documents stolen from an unmarked car A police chief is to be charged under the Official Secrets Act after the theft of sensitive documents from his car while he was one of Britain’s most senior counter-terrorism officers. Marcus Beale, an assistant chief constable with West Midlands police, has been suspended, putting his career in jeopardy.
Japan's Obayashi Corp. admits breaching antitrust laws over maglev train project bid: sources
Official accused of breaching protocol
U.S. Man Admits Stealing Secrets, North Korea Claims Closed society has used detained Americans to force contact with the United States.
Former Energy Department Worker Admits Trying to Sell U.S. Nuclear Secrets Ex-Energy Department Worker Admits Trying to Sell U.S. Nuclear Secrets
A former Energy Department employee has pleaded guilty to trying to steal and sell nuclear weapons secrets by hacking into former colleagues’ computers.
Secrets secrets are no fun, secrets secrets hurt someone - Elizabeth the stripper, The Office
Terror Watch: Secrets of the Surge A new Iraq intelligence report says the troop increase is having some success. Did politics influence the findings?
Ex-CIA Officer Convicted of Leaking Secrets to Reporter Ex-CIA Officer Convicted of Leaking Secrets to Reporter
A former Central Intelligence Agency officer was convicted of leaking classified details of an operation to thwart Iran’s nuclear ambitions to a New York Times reporter.
@AP: BREAKING: Official: Georgia police officer fatally shot; second officer wounded; 2 suspects arrested; third still at large.
Dead man’s tale holds key to Hindutva terror secrets
OFFICIAL SECRETS ACT
Navy Officer Passed Air Defense Secrets to China Lieutenant Commander Edward C. Lin, a U.S. Navy officer, is accused of multiple counts of passing secrets about A2AD defenses to China.
Former CIA Officer Arrested, Suspected of Giving Secrets to China
CAT admits IAS officer’s petition
Ex-Officer Admits to Rape Ex-Officer Admits to Rape
A former New York City police officer pleaded guilty Thursday to raping a teacher at gunpoint, three months after a jury that convicted him on other charges deadlocked on rape counts.
Brussels Terror Suspect Admits He's 'Man in a Hat' All of the main suspects in the Brussels and Paris attacks appear to have been taken off Europe's streets.
Terror suspect admits role
US admits its 'ally' PYD/PKK is a terror group PYD/PKK, which US chose as an ally in its fight against Daesh, is still a designated terror group on CIA’s website
Naval intelligence officer sold military secrets to Russia for $3,000 a month
ATR: police officer admits to role
Officer Admits to False Arrest Officer Admits to False Arrest
A white police officer pleaded guilty to violating the civil rights of an African-American Staten Island man by arresting him without cause, in a case that federal prosecutors said was driven by "racial animus."
Terror-Trial Witness Admits Lying Terror Witness Admits to Lying
The star witness in the terrorism case connected to the 2008 Mumbai massacre admitted under cross examination to a long history of mental illness, repeated lies to judges, law-enforcement officials and his wife.
Espionage case: four charged under Official Secrets Act
Panel on Official Secrets Act to meet today
is there some difference between the word “official” and “officer”
if I use the word "official" as a noun, then does it have some difference with the word "officer" ??
sample sentence: there are three major officers, head official, deputy official and other officer ...
Does the name of the signing officer on the official transcript must match with the one on the envelope seal?
Is there a name for words like Terror in “The Tomb of Terror”?
I know that Terror is a noun, but is there a name for a noun that's used to describe another noun like this?
Has any command structure officer ever given an order to a superior (in terms of rank) officer?
After reading this question, I started to think who will be superior in terms of giving orders: Lt. Commander Data (as the second officer of USS Enterprise D) or Dr Beverly Crusher (Commander and CMO),...
Can a lower ranking officer (Captain, for example) be in charge of a ship with a higher ranking officer (Commodore, or Rear Admiral) on board? –
I'm writing a story with a young captain and XO. Their parents who have been a part of the organization for decades more than them serve on the ship and have high ranks. I want the parents to be ...
Does this count as breaching the third precept?