- The police hierarchy wants to turn black recruits into dark shadows of white men. Howe, Darcus // New Statesman;9/22/2003, Vol. 132 Issue 4656, p15
Argues that the police hierarchy wants to turn black recruits into shadows of white men. Report of charges against Iranian-born Police Superintendent Ali Dizaei, Britain's first black police chief constable; Case against Dizaei and his subsequent acquittal; Recommendation by the National Black...
- Dizaei To Stand Trial Again. // ConVerse;Jul2011, p4
The article presents information on Ali Dizaei, former Scotland Yard commander, who is accused of corruption during an incident in a restaurant in London, Great Britain.
- Top Dizaei Witness Arrested. // ConVerse;Mar2011, p20
The article reports on the arrest of witness in Ali Dizaei's case, Waad al-Baghdadi on suspicion of benefit fraud.
- Police chiefs clash over interview monitoring idea to boost diversity. Logan, Guy // Personnel Today;2/24/2009, p3
The article reports on the dispute between chairman of the National Association of Muslim Police (NAMP) Fiaz Choudhury and president of the National Black Police Association (NBPA) Ali Dizaei, over whether to allow Black and Asian army or government officials to sit in on Great Britain's...
- Ali Dizaei v Metropolitan Police & Ors. Dowell, Katy // Lawyer (Online Edition);1/7/2013, p34
The article discusses the court case, Ali Dizaei versus the Metropolitan Police Authority and others, which deals with race discrimination and victimisation.
- Corrupt Top Cop Set to Sue Prison Service Over Safety. // ConVerse;Sep2010, p6
The article reports that convicted and jailed former police commander Ali Dizaei has planned to sue prison authorities for failure to protect him from racist threats from fellow inmates.
- FFW takes key role in settling Dizaei claims. Beioley, Kate // Lawyer (Online Edition);10/4/2013, p2
The article reports that law firm Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP (FFW) is handling the lawsuit of police commander Ali Dizaei on the behalf of the Metropolitan Police of Great Britain. It states that Dizaei was suspended in 2008 over a claim that he framed businessman Waad al-Baghadi for money and...
- 'Corrupt' Top Cop Wins Appeal - But Faces Retrial. // ConVerse;May2011, p1
The article reports on the ruling of the Crown Prosecution Service to repeal the conviction of former Scotland Yard commander Ali Dizaei who was found guilty for framing a man.
- Patch Call. // FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin;Oct2006, Vol. 75 Issue 10, p34
The article presents a photograph of two police patches, one from Chillicothe Police Department of Missouri and the other from South Windsor Police Department of Connecticut.