Investigator

Investigator may refer to:

People[edit]

  • Clinical investigator, an investigator involved in a clinical trial
  • Detective, a person who investigates crimes, can be a rank and job in a police department, state or federal employee, or a civilian called a private detective
  • Inspector, a police rank in many countries
  • New investigator, a designation for less experienced researchers
  • Principal investigator, a researcher in a research project
  • Private investigator, a person who does not work for the police or government, but who undertakes investigations as a subcontractor
  • UN Special Investigator, a United Nations appointee, charged with investigations or auditing in a specific matter
  • Ghosthunter/Ghost Hunter or other Paranormal Investigators
  • Psychic detective, a person who investigates crimes by using purported psychic abilities.
  • In Mormon missionary terminology, an investigator refers to someone who is investigating the LDS Church. Generally, a non-member who is taking the missionary discussions.

Media[edit]

  • Investigator (magazine) journal of the Geelong Historical Society
  • The Investigator, a Canadian radio play

Ships[edit]

  • HMS Investigator, name of ships in the Royal Navy
  • RV Investigator, Australian research vessel built in 2013

Geography[edit]

  • Investigator Group, archipelago in South Australia
  • Investigator Strait, a body of water lying between Yorke Peninsula on the Australian mainland and Kangaroo Island, both in South Australia

See also[edit]

  • The Investigators (disambiguation)


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Bilal Akbar

Lieutenant General Bilal Akbar is an officer from Artillery Corps of the Pakistan Army. He was commissioned on 14 March 1986 from 73rd PMA Long Course.

He served as General Officer Commanding of the 11th Division (Pakistan) based in Lahore before assuming the command of Pakistan Rangers (Sindh) on 18 September 2014. He was promoted to Lieutenant General on 11 December 2016 and is currently serving as Chief of General Staff (CGS) at GHQ, Rawalpindi.[1].

In his term as DG Rangers, he has been accused of the forced disappearance and killings of political activists in Karachi and rounding up political activists of Muttahida Qaumi Movement.

Early life[edit]

Akbar is related to the Phanbra family of Gujjars from Sialkot District, Punjab, Pakistan. He is a graduate of Command and Staff College Quetta, Turkish Staff College Istanbul and the National Defence University, Pakistan.[citation needed]

Human rights violations[edit]

Akbar’s tenure as DG Rangers Karachi saw establishment of paramilitary courts.[2] While in office MQM claimed that Aftab Ahmed was tortured to death after he was kidnapped by paramilitary forces. Rangers’ press release denied that he died of torture, rather, he had a heart attack. The torture marks on Ahmed’s body got international media attention[3][4][5].

References[edit]

  • ^ “Lt.Gen. Bilal Akbar appointed Chief of General Staff: ISPR”. The News International. 11 December 2016. 
  • ^ Rizvi, Farheen (2016-05-11). “Pakistan’s Karachi Becomes a Human Rights Nightmare”. Huffington Post. Retrieved 2017-07-11. 
  • ^ “Pakistan: Independently Investigate Aftab Ahmad’s Death”. Human Rights Watch. 2016-05-06. Retrieved 2017-07-11. 
  • ^ “US flags concern on human rights violations in Pakistan”. The Indian Express. 2016-05-05. Retrieved 2017-07-11. 
  • ^ “Pakistan: ‘chilling’ torture and killing of Karachi political activist must be investigated”. www.amnesty.org.uk. Retrieved 2017-07-11. 

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    Gun violence in the United States by state

    This article is a list of the U.S. states and the District of Columbia, with population, murders and nonnegligent manslaughter, murders, gun murders, and gun ownership percentage, then calculated rates per 100,000. The population data is from the U.S. Census Bureau. Murder rates were calculated based on the FBI Uniform Crime Reports and the estimated 2015 population of each state.

    The 2015 U.S. population total was 320.9 million. The 2015 U.S. overall murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate per 100,000 inhabitants was 4.9.[1]

    States[edit]

  • ^ a b c d e f g h Limited supplemental homicide data were received.
  • ^ a b c d No data available.
  • See also[edit]

    • Crime in the United States
    • Gun laws in the United States (by state)
    • Gun violence in the United States
    • United States Peace Index
    • List of U.S. states by homicide rate
    • Firearm death rates in the United States by state

    Sources[edit]

  • ^ a b Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation (September 2016). “Table 4, Crime in the United States by Region, Geographic Division, and State, 2014–2015”. Crime in the United States, 2015. Retrieved 2017-04-23. 
  • ^ Population Division, US Census Bureau (December 2016). “Annual Estimates of the Resident Population: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2016”. www.census.gov. Retrieved 2017-04-23. 
  • ^ a b Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation (September 2016). “Table 20, Murder by State, Types of Weapons, 2015”. Crime in the United States, 2015. Retrieved 2018-03-19. 
  • ^ “Gun ownership and social gun culture” (PDF). Injury Prevention. 2016 (22): 216–220. June 29, 2015. doi:10.1136/injuryprev-2015-041586. Retrieved 2017-04-23. 

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