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Emmanuel Luís Peláez was a Santiagan police officer and detective who served as Director of the Department of National Intelligence (the country's highest law enforcement agency) between 1963 and 1985 (his death). Following his great success in combatting Santiago's organized crime syndicates, he became something of a "celebrity", and was awarded the Antarctic Tuzelmann Award in 1965.