Policing Downshire in the Noughties – Unsavory Behavior

May began for Detective Chief Inspector Bill Overend with a meeting in Chief Superintendent Tiplady’s office.

The Patrolman & Other Stories - #1 1937

It was one of those signs that were very popular at the start of the century, Thomson saw them plenty as a kid growing up in Iowa.

Policing Downshire in the Noughties – Losing a Promising Officer

Detective Constable Chris Blenkin had been a promising officer who at the age of thirty-five was unfortunately being slowly consumed by a particularly aggressive form of Cancer, with had begun in his spine but had spread throughout his body, though he had undergone an intense course of treatment it was all to no avail.

Policing Downshire in the Noughties – The Man from Cricklewood and the Florist

Jenny Hack was going on maternity leave and was being presented with her gifts “Thank you Bill, firstly, I would like thank Jenny for her valuable contribution to the force and obviously look forward to her return” “So with gratitude and congratulations please accept these gifts as a token of our affection”

Policing Downshire in the Noughties – The Man from Cricklewood

Detective Sergeant Boris Katarski ran Team Three in the Abbottsford CID under DCI Bill Overend, he was an ambitious officer who would go far but not at the expense of anyone else, his next target was Inspector but not at any cost.

Policing Downshire in the Noughties – Deal or No Deal

DCI Overend and Chief Superintendent Tiplady were on their way up the stairs when they met Leonard Billany coming the other way.

Fifty Shades of S.k

FIFTY SHADES OF S.K Written by: Johnbest Obialo (Desert Writer) Genre: Crime, Detective, Mystery. Rated P.G (parental guidance is advised) Disclaimer...

Policing Downshire in the Noughties – Schadenfreude

Detective Constable Frank Chute was a Black Officer and very much a “steady eddy”, seldom putting a foot wrong but he was not a man who sets the world alight either, but he was a team player.

Policing Downshire in the Noughties – Return to the Gluepot

Ben Clubley was stood outside the door to the Fox and Flower Pot, in Finchbottom, trying to decide whether or not he should go in.