Investigating Officer definition

Investigating Officer means an individual, or his or her designee, appointed by the chief administrative officer of each institution, to conduct investigations of nonacademic misconduct under this chapter.
Investigating Officer means the person appointed by the Monitoring Officer to undertake a formal investigation of a complaint alleging a breach of the Code of Conduct by a Subject Member. The Investigating Officer may be another senior officer of the District Council, an officer of another authority or an external investigator.
Investigating Officer means the Ethical Standards Officer (ESO) who referred the report to the authority, and includes his or her nominated representative. In the case of matters that have been referred for local investigation, references to the Investigating Officer mean the person appointed by the Monitoring Officer to undertake that investigation (which may include the Monitoring Officer, and his or her nominated representative.

Examples of Investigating Officer in a sentence

The learned defence Counsel contended thac FIR registered by Investigating Officer has not been produced and proved and it is fatal for prosecution.

A senior manager will be appointed as Investigating Officer and will conduct a thorough and fair review of the complaint and will speak to all parties concerned: this may involve contacting the complainant if the nature of the complaint is complex.

If the Investigating Officer reports that a complaint was justified, remedial action will be taken as soon as possible to address the problem.

Investigating Officer role -(paragraphs 3.12 - 3.15): the Chair of Governors will request an appropriate officer of the Authority to carry out the investigation after consultation with the Director of Education (or representative).

In our view, even though this Court has held the procedure prescribed under Rule 15 as directory, that would not mean that Investigating Officer is not required to follow the said procedure.


More Definitions of Investigating Officer

Investigating Officer means the competent person(s) appointed by Home Credit, at its sole discretion, to investigate any corporate/ business frauds committed in the finance sector;
Investigating Officer means the person appointed by the Monitoring Officer to undertake that investigation (which may include the Monitoring Officer, and his or her representative).
Investigating Officer means the Monitoring Officer or Ethical Standards Officer and includes their nominated representative.
Investigating Officer means the person or persons appointed by the Title IX Coordinator to conduct a formal investigation of a Title IX report. The Investigating Officers are selected from a group of employees selected by the Title IX Coordinator in consultation with the Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer and the Director of Human Resources. The Investigat- ing Officer(s) shall have responsibility for administering these complain resolution procedures. At their discretion, the Title IX Coordinator may appoint multiple Investigating Officers to work together in administering these complaint resolution proce- dures. Depending on the circumstances, one or two investiga- tors may be appointed to a particular situation.
Investigating Officer means any person appointed as an investigating officer under section 3;
Investigating Officer means the officer nominated or appointed under section 24;