IO

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IOInput/Output
IOIowa (old style)
IOInformation Operations
IOIndian Ocean
IOInterest Only
IOIgrzyska Olimpijskie (Polish: Olympic Games)
IOInside Out (Frisbee throw)
IOIndustrial-Organizational (Psychology)
IOBritish Indian Ocean Territory
IOIf Only
IOInternational Organization
IOInformation Object
IOInformation Officer
IOInformation Overload
IOInfrastructure Optimization
IOIndirect Object
IOIntraosseous
IOIntermon Oxfam (Spain)
IOIntelligence Officer
IOIn Organization (banking)
IOInvestigating Officer (law enforcement)
IOIndustrial Operations
IOInformation Output
IOInternal Order
IOInstitutional Official (various organizations)
IOImperial Order (gaming)
IOIonium (Thorium Isotope)
IOInsertion Order (web advertising)
IOIllumninati Order
IOInternal Organ
IOIntercept Officer (US Navy)
IOInstitute of Oceanography
IOIntegrated Operations (oil industry)
IOInteractive Optimum (cable services)
IOIndian Orchard (Springfield, MA)
IOImmigration Officer
IOIntelligence Oversight
IOIntegrated Optics
IOIlluminati Online
IOInformation Orientation
IOIndependent Observations
IOImmediate Office
IOInboard Outboard (boat drive system)
IOInput Operator
IOInternational Officer
IOInfinitely Often
IOIntermediate Objective
IOInspecciòn Ocular (Guatemala, police task force)
IOInsignificant Other
IOInitial Only
IOiodine monoxide
IOInformation Outlet (LAN)
IOInexperienced Operator
IOInspectie van het Onderwijs (Dutch)
IOInstant Outlining
IOInstalling Officer (International Order of DeMolay)
IOInventory Objective
IOIdiot Operator
IOInvestOne (software)
IOIsomerized Olefin
IOInteroperability Objective
IOIndividually Optimum
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According to the relevant provisions of the said Code and the Rules a suspect is not to be arrested straightaway or as a matter of course and, unless the situation on the ground so warrants, the arrest is to be deferred till such time that sufficient material or evidence becomes available on the record of investigation prima facie satisfying the investigating officer regarding correctness of the allegations levelled against such suspect or regarding his involvement in the crime in issue.
In its judgment, the apex court held that ordinarily no person is to be arrested directly only because he has been nominated as an accused person in an FIR or in any other version of the incident brought to the notice of the investigating officer (IO) by any person until the IO feels satisfied that sufficient justification exists for his arrest and for such justification he is to be guided by the relevant provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure (Cr.P.C), 1898 and the Police Rules, 1934.
The top court said that no person is to be arrested straightaway only because he has been nominated as an accused person in an FIR or in any other version of the incident brought to the notice of the investigating officer by any person until the investigating officer feels satisfied that sufficient justification exists for his arrest.
Investigating officer PC Ian Brinkworth said: "This was a sudden and unprovoked assault on someone who was simply trying to do his job.
Senior investigating officer Detective Superintendent Peter Jones said Mr Vaughan's disappearance was "completely out of character".
An inquiry into the matter by additional director general of police for vigilance, R Sreelekha confirmed Natarajan's attempt to influence the investigating officer.
OFFICERS in Hartlepool will now lead the investigation into the disappearance of dad Darren Waller after a top investigating officer handed them control of the case.
In the recording, senior investigating officer DCI Sharman is said to have told Mitchell that if he was charged, he will "probably be front page of the national newspapers and they are horrible".
A dedicated team was set up to deal with that enquiry in its own right, headed by a Senior Investigating Officer.
Senior investigating officer Detective Superintendent Dave Kelly made a second appeal for the driver of a red car to come forward.
Nearly a month after coming out, he learned that the investigating officer assigned to his case had called only two of the six contacts Osborn had given to check out his story.
A FORMER senior investigating officer with the Inland Revenue appeared at Warrington magistrates today charged with the theft of pounds 207,500 from Warrington Wolves Rugby League Club.
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