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  • DI Sean Logan

    Logan is a career copper. He joined the force in 1982 and spent four years as a patrolman before a superior recommended him for transfer to CID. [[:dci-dennis-wright | Dennis Wright]] was his first partner and he followed him as Detective Sergeant in …

  • DS Ellis Pryce

    Pryce joined the force in 1988 and was still a police constable when a [[Case 1 | call]] for backup went out in 1993. He and his partner responded and only Pryce made it out alive. Like all of the survivors, he was transferred to the new Whitechapel squad …

  • DC Rhona Fraser

    Fraser comes from a long line of cops but is the first of her family in London, having moved here after the death of her father on the job when she was 12. She joined the force in 1986 and transferred to the CID two years later. In 1993, she and her [[:dc …

  • DC Robert Alvey

    Alvey had a rough life growing up in the East End and acquired his lifelong resentment of foreigners (particularly Bangladeshi) during many clashes with gangs growing up. By the time he left school in 1982, he knew he wanted to be a copper, and he spent …

  • DC Ryan Walker

    Walker grew up in Australia but his father, who was English, took him to London when he was 16 after his divorce. He was always enamored by the rough-and-tumble copper image and so joined the force in 1992 and was partnered with [[:dc-ken-smith | PC Ken …

  • DC Ken Smith

    Smith grew up in Liverpool, raised primary by his Jamaican paternal grandfather and had to deal with a lot of abuse for his minority black ancestry from the working class kids he grew up with. The family ended up moving to London in 1982 when his father …

  • DC Fred Murphy

    Murphy joined the army right out of school and immediately after training was assigned to the 1st Armoured Division and sent to fight in the Falklands War. On his return, he was stationed for much of the 80s in Northern Ireland. He left the army after the …

  • DC Tom Wilson

    Wilson came to the force in 1989 with a criminal justice degree and a Holmes-like approach to police work which didn't sit well with a lot of his colleagues, who considered him a pretentious git. After he transferred to the CID in 1991, he proved to have …

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