Fredaus is a threat, contending he would not have undertaken his actions had the FBI not dispatched a cooperating witness and two undercover employees to her client.
What does UCE stand for?
UCE stands for Undercover Employee (US FBI)
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- Military and Government
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We have 85 other meanings of UCE in our Acronym Attic
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- Upper Canada District School Board
- Ulster County Democratic Women (Kingston, NY)
- Ultrarelativistic Continuum Distorted Wave
- Unconventional Charge Density Wave
- Until Cleared Down
- University of California Division of War Research (Point Loma, CA)
- United Companion Dog Excellent (UKC obedience title)
- Ubiquitous Computing in Education
- Uganda Certificate of Education Exam
- Unforeseen Circumstances Excepted (shipping)
- Unique Client Experience
- Unit Construction Engine (Royal Enfield Motorcycles)
- Unitarian Church of Evanston (Evanston, IL)
- Unité de Contrôle Electronique (automotive specifications)
- Universal Chastity Education (Pueblo, CO)
- Universal Computing Environment
- Universidad Central del Este (Dominican Republic)
- Université Coopérative Européenne (French: European University Cooperative; France)
- Universities of Cooperative Education
Samples in periodicals archive:
Every communication with Smadi was electronically recorded, and the in-person meetings between Smadi and the undercover employees were recorded through multiple recorders and video.
Nozette, a PhD in planetary sciences, was contacted by an FBI undercover employee last month posing as a Mossad officer and invited for lunch at a hotel in Washington DC to part with details about sensitive US satellite data for a sum.
Ferdaus was introduced to the FBI undercover employees, whom he was told were members of al Qaida, by a cooperating witness who went to the Worcester Islamic Center in December 2010 to make contact with the defendant.
In early September, Nozette received a phone call from a person "purporting to be an Israeli intelligence officer, but who was in fact an undercover employee of the FBI," it said.
The selection, management, and retention of effective undercover employees (UCEs) pose significant challenges to local, state, federal, and international law enforcement agencies.