Entry from British & World English dictionary
A person who gives police information about crimes and offenders.
- The applicants compare the situation to that of the police informers.
- Those orders are perfectly normal orders to protect the names of police informers and persons of a similar kind.
- I enclose a summary of his paid activities as a police informer.
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