investigative

All Adjective Noun
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  • The full investigative report has been made public and can be found online.
  • Some of its investigative work has led to changes in state and federal laws.
  • Using standard investigative techniques, authorities are then able to build a family tree.
  • This led to a review of his work by an investigative committee.
  • In addition The National has an investigative unit based at the station.
  • The main principle is that a lot of the experimental/investigative work has already been completed.
  • Their investigative training is on par with any major police agency in Canada.
  • He stopped writing the Market Place column and instead focused on investigative projects.
  • Investigative studies have aimed to explain the reasons why some individuals are better at drawing than others.
  • The program has won many awards for investigative journalism, and broken many high-profile stories.
  • Many other investigative products have been used to grant clearances in the past.
  • An inspector general is an investigative official in a civil or military organization.
  • Each committee is assigned its own staff to assist with its legislative, investigative, and research functions.
  • Few reporters I've known could match his nose for an investigative story.
  • And politically critical content and investigative pieces do get published or broadcast.
  • X Division provided investigative support to the entire force.
  • They provide investigative training to police on these techniques.
  • Instead, he worked as an investigative journalist for southern California newspapers and at a radio station.
  • The other two tracks are the investigative track and the specialist track.
  • A larger role for this new private investigative industry was to assist companies in labour disputes.
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Synonyms of investigative