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|Sunday, October 15th, 2006|
I can still put that, right? Okay, I retired early but there's nothing stopping me from goin' back there sometime. So I still think of myself as a cop.
Ray Vecchio CPD. Was First Grade Detective Vecchio, till I went undercover. What happened after that is a long
story. I've worked with the FBI, despite hating their guts and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, so I got experience talking to freaks.
So that's me, Vecchio.[ooc: Vecchio'll always be a cop at heart! He's RP willing and hardly ever sleeps. And I'm new here, w00p!] Current Mood: bored
|Thursday, August 24th, 2006|
Smecker, FBI, Organized Crime Task Force but I'm flexible.
In Boston, but that's mutable.
Consider me to have 'shouted out' or whatever you kids are saying these days.
|Friday, May 12th, 2006|
Gracie Hart, FBI.
Currently assigned to the task force on Russian Mafia in New York City.
|Saturday, April 8th, 2006|
Lieutenant Eve Dallas, NYPSD
|Monday, March 6th, 2006|
This community is dead as a non-descript victim on the various shows/films represented here. Is anyone still here? Seems like we could arrange some pretty interesting RP if there are any left to RP with.
|Wednesday, October 19th, 2005|
*tips non-existant hat*
Anton Gorodetsky, Night Watch, Moscow division. I don't assume that you've heard of it, since we don't have much business with mundane law enforcement. Current Mood: relaxed
|Monday, June 13th, 2005|
Federal Security Service. Department of Information Security.Moscow office.
Warrant officer Alexey L.
Hi, all ;-)
|Sunday, April 10th, 2005|
Hi. Grace Hart, FBI, currently assigned to the Boston office.
Just wanted to say hello.
|Sunday, January 30th, 2005|
Special Agent John Doggett, FBI. New York field office Criminal Investigations.
What else do you need to know? Current Mood: busy
|Tuesday, January 25th, 2005|
I'm Joshua Doors. I wasn't sure I'd be welcome here because I'm not an agent, but I thought I'd join and say hello to all. I'm a lawyer and very interested in justice. And I'm good at what I do. *grins* I know, arrogant lawyer talking, but I am.
I've got to be pretty careful about what I post because there are certain elements who want me dead. AKA I prosecuted the wrong person. *laughs* Not that I let that stop me.
Anyway, here I am. Thought I'd just throw a hello out to everyone.
|Monday, January 17th, 2005|
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|Sunday, January 16th, 2005|
Alan Shore. Enforce it I do not, but I've done about everything else with and to the law.
I also moonlight as Batman.ooc: And if anyone needs the services of a
crooked slightly warped attorney for a plotline, I'll happily volunteer Alan. He doesn't have much going on at the moment.
My name's Bill Preston. I'm a sergeant in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, based out of the Dawson City barracks, Yukon Territory. Pleased to meet all of you.
|Saturday, January 15th, 2005|
Yeah, so ... Raymond Vecchio, detective first grade, Chicago Police Department. Call me Ray. My partner's unhinged, but I like him that way. Uh, yeah. That'd be me. Current Mood: awake
|Friday, January 14th, 2005|
DA Renee Walcott
I'm the District Attorney for Suffolk County, in Boston. I'm married to cme_macy
and we have a set of twins.
Anything else you wanna know, you'll just have to ask, won't you?
, I'm from the other side of the pond from you Yanks. My official chronology record has been compiled here
, but I'll run down the basic details of my career.
I got my start in law enforcement as an officer of the Wessex County Police, before joining the army to go fight in the Crimean conflict. Once I finished my tour of duty I returned to the WCP for a bit before moving to London and working with the Metro Police, as part of the serious robbery squad. I was promoted to Detective Sergeant, and not long after was offered a position working for SpecOps-27.
A bit of a note on SpecOps (i.e., Special Operations). I get the impression that it's the equivalent in my world to MI5 in Mr. Quinn's...but with significant differences. SO-27, for instance, deals specifically with Literary Crime. Sometimes that's plagiarism, forgery, theft, but then there are the cases where criminals find ways to enter the original texts and attempt murder or kidnapping of the characters within, often with blackmail of the reading public who don't want the great classics permanently ruined as a result of the crime.
And then there's the two-year stint I did with Jurisfiction, which is the internal policing agency that exists within books themselves. But that's something that is probably more easily explained individually, if anyone's interested. In any case, I'm back with the SO-27 Literatec office in Swindon, Wiltshire, though on something of a sabbatical at the moment. I know that compared to a lot of the rest of you, my experience sounds pretty out there. But honestly, if you're in a world where it's possible to believe six impossible things before breakfast, you'd better believe there's a need for some official regulation there.
I'm pleased to make the acquaintance of all of you. Current Mood: busy
I'm new here.
I'm Special Agent Mark Vasquez and I work for the CIA. Can't talk much about what I do because it's all classified.
My name is Nadia Santos and I have just recently joined the APO organization, a secret organization within the CIA. I used to be Argentine Intelligence, but I've now moved to helping the CIA.
Detective John Munch.
I work for the Special Victims Unit in New York City. Used to work homicide in Baltimore but things started not going so hot there, personally speaking, so I left. Glad to be here, but I figure no one will really be interested in hearing what I have to say.
Agent Camryn Dane. I work for Homeland Security. Not sure what else you might want to know, but I've worked with Agents Vaughn and Weiss previously.