The use of criminal informants is a massive source of error in our most serious cases," said Natapoff, who also wrote the book Snitching: Criminal Informants and the Erosion of American Justice.
What does CI stand for?
CI stands for Criminal Informant
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- Military and Government
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We have 83 other meanings of CI in our Acronym Attic
- Counterpart International
- Course Indicator
- Course Invalid (deviation display)
- Cowl Induction
- Craft Interface
- Crazy Ivan (Soviet submarine maneuver)
- Crew Interface
- Crime & Investigation (TV series)
Samples in periodicals archive:
59) Though resolving this overarching debate is well beyond the scope of this Article, one point of contention relevant to the case of criminal informants is whether there is some moral good to loyalty that can be divorced from loyalty's object.
SCOTS police forces are paying at least pounds 250,000 a year to criminal informants, new figures reveal.
Up until now, criminal informants have earned up to EUR800 for passing vital intelligence to detectives that leads to an arrest or the seizure of a gun.
Somchai claimed in court that one of his criminal informants, whom he only identified by a pseudonym, killed the British tourists, and that he did not know the couple.
But he said it was a fallacy to believe criminal informants were going unpunished.
A POLICE force is probing claims that officers stole money from a fund set up to pay criminal informants.
Miramax) June 21 Eraser: Arnold Schwarzenegger is back as a tough, terminatin' and substantially over-budget federal marshal who guards key criminal informants in witness protection programs.