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[[folder: Officer Grayson]]

A patrol officer. After Dresden is run off the road in ''Proven Guilty'', Grayson is the officer that finds him.

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[[folder: Officer Grayson]]

Dwayne]]

A patrol officer. After Dresden is run off beat cop who testifies in Hamilton Luther's murder trial during the road in ''Proven Guilty'', Grayson is the officer that finds him.
''Jury Duty'' case.



* MeddlesomePatrolman: Not intentionally, and he does help Dresden by alerting Murphy to the car crash, but he still poses a potential problem when he begins asking about the car crash and Dresden's bloody clothes. Fortunately, Dresden and Murphy get rid of him before he begins investigating Dresden in earnest.
* WhatAnIdiot: He falls for Dresden's lie that the bloody clothes and robes in the backseat of Dresden's car are just Halloween props.

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* MeddlesomePatrolman: Not intentionally, KnightInSourArmor: Seems resentful of his situation, and he does help Dresden by alerting Murphy to the car crash, but he still poses a potential problem when Luther asks how they know each other, he begins asking about the car crash and Dresden's bloody clothes. Fortunately, Dresden and Murphy get rid of him before he begins investigating Dresden in earnest.
* WhatAnIdiot: He falls for Dresden's lie
sarcastically snaps that he arrested Luther "the first damn time."
* PoliceAreUseless: Instead of finding
the bloody clothes and robes in the backseat of Dresden's car are girl Luther was trying to save, he just Halloween props.
arrested Luther and washed his hands of the case.



[[folder: Patrolman Manny Jordan]]

A patrol officer. Killed by[[spoiler: Puck]] during the ComicBook/WildCard case.

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[[folder: Patrolman Manny Jordan]]

Officer Grayson]]

A patrol officer. Killed by[[spoiler: Puck]] during After Dresden is run off the ComicBook/WildCard case.
road in ''Proven Guilty'', Grayson is the officer that finds him.



* CruelAndUnusualDeath: Had his throat ripped out.
* KilledOffForReal: By[[spoiler: Puck]].

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* CruelAndUnusualDeath: Had his throat ripped out.
MeddlesomePatrolman: Not intentionally, and he does help Dresden by alerting Murphy to the car crash, but he still poses a potential problem when he begins asking about the car crash and Dresden's bloody clothes. Fortunately, Dresden and Murphy get rid of him before he begins investigating Dresden in earnest.
* KilledOffForReal: By[[spoiler: Puck]].
WhatAnIdiot: He falls for Dresden's lie that the bloody clothes and robes in the backseat of Dresden's car are just Halloween props.


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[[folder: Patrolman Manny Jordan]]

A patrol officer. Killed by[[spoiler: Puck]] during the ComicBook/WildCard case.

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* CruelAndUnusualDeath: Had his throat ripped out.
* KilledOffForReal: By[[spoiler: Puck]].

[[/folder]]
16th Aug '16 3:23:45 PM Delta2501
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* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: As a cop Murphy was trained in proportionate response, to never go beyond the attacker's danger, but after learning about the supernatural world and the powers some forces have, this trope applies. For that reason in ''Aftermath'' she adds a suppressor to her P-90 and goes for upper body and head shots. And after the turtlenecks were down and dead, she used her SIG and put a few more in their heads just to make sure.

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* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: As a cop Murphy was trained in proportionate response, to never go beyond the attacker's danger, but after learning about the supernatural world and the powers some forces have, this trope applies. For that reason in ''Aftermath'' she adds a suppressor to her P-90 and goes for upper body and head shots. And after the turtlenecks were down and dead, she used her SIG and put a few more in their heads just to make sure.sure and burned their master's remains with a can of turpentine, saying there's no such thing as overkill when it comes to supernatural types.
8th Aug '16 8:23:35 AM GliderPro
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[[folder: Uriel]]

See: [[Characters/TheDresdenFilesTheChurch The Church]]

[[/folder]]

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[[folder: Uriel]]

See:
For Uriel, see his entry under [[Characters/TheDresdenFilesTheChurch The Church]]

[[/folder]]
Church]].
8th Aug '16 7:53:31 AM GliderPro
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An FBI agent recently relocated to Chicago. Murphy's ex-husband; their relationship fell apart and ended in divorce because he wanted a family while Murphy wanted to remain on the job. He subsequently arrested Murphy's little sister Lisa for public drunkenness and wound up marrying her, to the delight of Marion (Karrin's and Lisa's mother) and the dismay of Karrin Murphy herself.

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An FBI agent recently relocated to Chicago. Murphy's second ex-husband; their relationship fell apart and ended in divorce because he wanted a family while Murphy wanted to remain on the job. He subsequently arrested Murphy's little sister Lisa for public drunkenness and wound up marrying her, to the delight of Marion (Karrin's and Lisa's mother) and the dismay of Karrin Murphy herself.
23rd Jun '16 10:42:17 AM GliderPro
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[[folder: Detective Dougherty]]

A homicide detective. Appears in ComicBook/WildCard.

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[[folder: Detective Dougherty]]

A
Sergeant Greene]]

The best
homicide detective. Appears detective in ComicBook/WildCard.
Chicago. Greene crosses paths with Murphy and Dresden during the ''Proven Guilty'' case.



* AgentScully: Refuses to believe that anything unusual happened with Jordan's death.
* JurisdictionFriction: Has this with Murphy when Murphy and Rawlins begins to evaluate the murder of Manny Jordan; Dougherty feels that, since it's a homicide, it should be his department instead of Special Investigations that handles it. He does, however, allow Murphy and Rawlins to investigate on their own.

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* AgentScully: Refuses TheGenericGuy: He's a brilliant detective, but he tends to believe that anything unusual happened with Jordan's death.
* JurisdictionFriction: Has this with
act boring and generic when not actively interrogating suspects. Murphy when Murphy and Rawlins begins to evaluate the murder of Manny Jordan; Dougherty feels that, since it's a homicide, it should be his department instead of Special Investigations comments that handles it. he'd have made captain if he was just a little more personable.
* GoodCopBadCop:
He does, however, allow Murphy plays the bad cop.
* TheNondescript: He doesn't look like a brilliant cop--just another late-forties, balding, overweight guy. He doesn't stand out in a crowd at all. Which is exactly how he likes it.
* PerpSweating: Tries this on Dresden. It doesn't work.
* RabidCop: He doesn't much care about legal niceties,
and Rawlins even tries to investigate on their own.
interrogate Molly--a minor--without parental consent, which is illegal.



[[folder: Detective Sergeant Greene]]

The best homicide detective in Chicago. Greene crosses paths with Murphy and Dresden during the ''Proven Guilty'' case.

to:

[[folder: Detective Sergeant Greene]]

The best
Dougherty]]

A
homicide detective detective. Appears in Chicago. Greene crosses paths with Murphy and Dresden during the ''Proven Guilty'' case.
ComicBook/WildCard.



* TheGenericGuy: He's a brilliant detective, but he tends to act boring and generic when not actively interrogating suspects. Murphy comments that he'd have made captain if he was just a little more personable.
* GoodCopBadCop: He plays the bad cop.
* TheNondescript: He doesn't look like a brilliant cop--just another late-forties, balding, overweight guy. He doesn't stand out in a crowd at all. Which is exactly how he likes it.
* PerpSweating: Tries this on Dresden. It doesn't work.
* RabidCop: He doesn't much care about legal niceties, and even tries to interrogate Molly--a minor--without parental consent, which is illegal.

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* TheGenericGuy: He's a brilliant detective, but he tends AgentScully: Refuses to act boring and generic when not actively interrogating suspects. believe that anything unusual happened with Jordan's death.
* JurisdictionFriction: Has this with
Murphy comments when Murphy and Rawlins begins to evaluate the murder of Manny Jordan; Dougherty feels that, since it's a homicide, it should be his department instead of Special Investigations that he'd have made captain if he was just a little more personable.
* GoodCopBadCop:
handles it. He plays the bad cop.
* TheNondescript: He doesn't look like a brilliant cop--just another late-forties, balding, overweight guy. He doesn't stand out in a crowd at all. Which is exactly how he likes it.
* PerpSweating: Tries this on Dresden. It doesn't work.
* RabidCop: He doesn't much care about legal niceties,
does, however, allow Murphy and even tries Rawlins to interrogate Molly--a minor--without parental consent, which is illegal.
investigate on their own.
23rd Jun '16 10:39:26 AM GliderPro
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!Chicago Police

[[WMG: Special Investigations]]

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!Chicago Police

[[WMG:
Police: Special Investigations]]
Investigations



[[WMG: Internal Affairs]]

[[folder: Detective Jerome Rudolph]]

A police officer who used to be in Special Investigations; he was sent there after sleeping with the wrong councilman's daughter. Soon after he joined SI he developed a grudge against Harry and the rest of the department, refusing to believe in the supernatural and sucking up to anyone who could get him a transfer. Eventually joins Internal Affairs.

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!Chicago Police: Other

[[WMG: Internal Affairs]]

Administration]]

[[folder: Detective Jerome Rudolph]]

A
Commissioner Howard Fairweather]]

Chicago's
police officer who used to be in Special Investigations; he was sent there after sleeping with commissioner, and thus Murphy's boss when she ran the wrong councilman's daughter. Soon after he joined SI he developed a grudge against Harry and the rest of the department, refusing to believe in the supernatural and sucking up to anyone who could get him a transfer. Eventually joins Internal Affairs.department.



* DirtyCoward: When given the chance in a bad situation, he will run to cover his own ass.
* FaceHeelTurn: Rudolph is introduced in ''Fool Moon'' as a rookie justifiably scared by the loup-garou rampaging around in the next room. In ''Grave Peril,'' he gives Harry a IfYouEverDoAnythingToHurtHer regarding Murphy. However, by two books, he's tranferred to Internal Affairs and become the Rudolph we love to hate.
* InSeriesNickname: SI refer to him as "Rudolph The Brown-Nosed Cop Cop".
* InspectorJavert: This guy loves to try and screw up whatever Harry's case is in any way he can.
* InternalAffairs: His department after ''Death Masks''.
* TheQuisling: Indicated to be in the pocket of the Red Court in ''Changes''.
* RabidCop: He attempted it in ''Changes'' to get Harry to confess to blowing up his own building. It... [[EpicFail didn't work,]] and only resulted in Harry laughing his arse off.
* TheResenter: Hated his position in SI.
* SmugSnake: In ''Changes'', when he think she can nail Dresden, and when he's in the process of getting Murphy fired.
* TookALevelInJerkass: See the entry for FaceHeelTurn.
* UngratefulBastard:
** Is alive at least twice over because of Harry and Murphy. This has just made him hate them more, in such a banal, petty way he comes off as more detestable than many of the series' major villains.
** It seems to stem from the fact that the price of his survival was having TheMasquerade forcibly broken for him; he couldn't remotely handle it [[FlatEarthAtheist and has retreated into denial with an insistence that verges on lunatic]]. It doesn't do much, if anything, to take away what a foul little toad of a man he is.

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* DirtyCoward: When given BadBoss: He uses Murphy and the chance in a bad situation, he will run to cover his own ass.
* FaceHeelTurn: Rudolph is introduced in ''Fool Moon'' as a rookie justifiably scared by the loup-garou rampaging around in the next room. In ''Grave Peril,'' he gives Harry a IfYouEverDoAnythingToHurtHer regarding Murphy. However, by two books, he's tranferred to Internal Affairs and become the Rudolph we love to hate.
* InSeriesNickname:
SI refer to him as "Rudolph The Brown-Nosed Cop Cop".
* InspectorJavert: This guy loves to try and screw up whatever Harry's case is in any way he can.
* InternalAffairs: His
department after ''Death Masks''.
* TheQuisling: Indicated to be in
as scapegoats for unsolvable crimes like the pocket of the Red Court in ''Changes''.
* RabidCop: He attempted it in ''Changes''
Tomm, Stanton, and Randall murders. By deflecting blame onto them, he hopes to get Harry to confess to blowing up maintain his own building. It... [[EpicFail didn't work,]] and only resulted in Harry laughing his arse off.
* TheResenter: Hated his position in SI.
* SmugSnake: In ''Changes'', when he think she can nail Dresden, and when he's in the process of getting Murphy fired.
* TookALevelInJerkass: See the entry for FaceHeelTurn.
* UngratefulBastard:
** Is alive at least twice over because of Harry and Murphy. This has just made him hate them more, in such a banal, petty way he comes off as more detestable than many of the series' major villains.
** It seems to stem from the fact that the price of his survival was having TheMasquerade forcibly broken for him; he couldn't remotely handle it [[FlatEarthAtheist and has retreated into denial with an insistence that verges on lunatic]]. It doesn't do much, if anything, to take away what a foul little toad of a man he is.
image.



[[WMG: Forensics]]

[[folder: Jarvis]]

A forensic technician assigned to examine the scene of Dresden's murder.

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* MrExposition: His role in the story is basically to tell Murphy about the evidence found at the crime scene, such as the blood spatter patterns and the fact that neither Dresden's corpse nor the bullet were found.

[[/folder]]



[[folder: Detective Sergeant Greene]]

The best homicide detective in Chicago. Greene crosses paths with Murphy and Dresden during the ''Proven Guilty'' case.

to:

[[folder: Detective Sergeant Greene]]

The best
Dougherty]]

A
homicide detective detective. Appears in Chicago. Greene crosses paths with Murphy and Dresden during the ''Proven Guilty'' case.
ComicBook/WildCard.



* TheGenericGuy: He's a brilliant detective, but he tends to act boring and generic when not actively interrogating suspects. Murphy comments that he'd have made captain if he was just a little more personable.
* GoodCopBadCop: He plays the bad cop.
* TheNondescript: He doesn't look like a brilliant cop--just another late-forties, balding, overweight guy. He doesn't stand out in a crowd at all. Which is exactly how he likes it.
* PerpSweating: Tries this on Dresden. It doesn't work.
* RabidCop: He doesn't much care about legal niceties, and even tries to interrogate Molly--a minor--without parental consent, which is illegal.

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* TheGenericGuy: He's a brilliant detective, but he tends AgentScully: Refuses to act boring and generic when not actively interrogating suspects. believe that anything unusual happened with Jordan's death.
* JurisdictionFriction: Has this with
Murphy comments when Murphy and Rawlins begins to evaluate the murder of Manny Jordan; Dougherty feels that, since it's a homicide, it should be his department instead of Special Investigations that he'd have made captain if he was just a little more personable.
* GoodCopBadCop:
handles it. He plays the bad cop.
* TheNondescript: He doesn't look like a brilliant cop--just another late-forties, balding, overweight guy. He doesn't stand out in a crowd at all. Which is exactly how he likes it.
* PerpSweating: Tries this on Dresden. It doesn't work.
* RabidCop: He doesn't much care about legal niceties,
does, however, allow Murphy and even tries Rawlins to interrogate Molly--a minor--without parental consent, which is illegal.
investigate on their own.



[[folder: Detective Dougherty]]

A homicide detective. Appears in ComicBook/WildCard.

to:

[[folder: Detective Dougherty]]

A
Sergeant Greene]]

The best
homicide detective. Appears detective in ComicBook/WildCard.
Chicago. Greene crosses paths with Murphy and Dresden during the ''Proven Guilty'' case.



* AgentScully: Refuses to believe that anything unusual happened with Jordan's death.
* JurisdictionFriction: Has this with Murphy when Murphy and Rawlins begins to evaluate the murder of Manny Jordan; Dougherty feels that, since it's a homicide, it should be his department instead of Special Investigations that handles it. He does, however, allow Murphy and Rawlins to investigate on their own.

to:

* AgentScully: Refuses TheGenericGuy: He's a brilliant detective, but he tends to believe that anything unusual happened with Jordan's death.
* JurisdictionFriction: Has this with
act boring and generic when not actively interrogating suspects. Murphy when Murphy and Rawlins begins to evaluate the murder of Manny Jordan; Dougherty feels that, since it's a homicide, it should be his department instead of Special Investigations comments that handles it. he'd have made captain if he was just a little more personable.
* GoodCopBadCop:
He does, however, allow Murphy plays the bad cop.
* TheNondescript: He doesn't look like a brilliant cop--just another late-forties, balding, overweight guy. He doesn't stand out in a crowd at all. Which is exactly how he likes it.
* PerpSweating: Tries this on Dresden. It doesn't work.
* RabidCop: He doesn't much care about legal niceties,
and Rawlins even tries to investigate on their own.
interrogate Molly--a minor--without parental consent, which is illegal.



[[WMG: Organized Crime Division]]

[[folder: Detective Malone]]

The nephew of Micky Malone. Murphy calls him for a favor during the ''Aftermath'' case.

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[[WMG: Organized Crime Division]]

Internal Affairs]]

[[folder: Detective Malone]]

The nephew
Jerome Rudolph]]

A police officer who used to be in Special Investigations; he was sent there after sleeping with the wrong councilman's daughter. Soon after he joined SI he developed a grudge against Harry and the rest
of Micky Malone. Murphy calls the department, refusing to believe in the supernatural and sucking up to anyone who could get him for a favor during the ''Aftermath'' case.
transfer. Eventually joins Internal Affairs.



* FriendOnTheForce: Acts as this to Murphy after she's suspended. He provides her with information accessible only to active-duty police, such as Marcone's last-known whereabouts.
* [[YouOweMe You Owe Him]]: Murphy gets Malone to help her by saying it's about Dresden. Since Dresden rescued Malone's uncle from psychic torment, Malone agrees to tell her the information she needs.

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* FriendOnTheForce: Acts DirtyCoward: When given the chance in a bad situation, he will run to cover his own ass.
* FaceHeelTurn: Rudolph is introduced in ''Fool Moon''
as this a rookie justifiably scared by the loup-garou rampaging around in the next room. In ''Grave Peril,'' he gives Harry a IfYouEverDoAnythingToHurtHer regarding Murphy. However, by two books, he's tranferred to Internal Affairs and become the Rudolph we love to hate.
* InSeriesNickname: SI refer to him as "Rudolph The Brown-Nosed Cop Cop".
* InspectorJavert: This guy loves to try and screw up whatever Harry's case is in any way he can.
* InternalAffairs: His department after ''Death Masks''.
* TheQuisling: Indicated to be in the pocket of the Red Court in ''Changes''.
* RabidCop: He attempted it in ''Changes'' to get Harry to confess to blowing up his own building. It... [[EpicFail didn't work,]] and only resulted in Harry laughing his arse off.
* TheResenter: Hated his position in SI.
* SmugSnake: In ''Changes'', when he think she can nail Dresden, and when he's in the process of getting
Murphy after she's suspended. He provides her fired.
* TookALevelInJerkass: See the entry for FaceHeelTurn.
* UngratefulBastard:
** Is alive at least twice over because of Harry and Murphy. This has just made him hate them more, in such a banal, petty way he comes off as more detestable than many of the series' major villains.
** It seems to stem from the fact that the price of his survival was having TheMasquerade forcibly broken for him; he couldn't remotely handle it [[FlatEarthAtheist and has retreated into denial
with information accessible only an insistence that verges on lunatic]]. It doesn't do much, if anything, to active-duty police, such as Marcone's last-known whereabouts.
* [[YouOweMe You Owe Him]]: Murphy gets Malone to help her by saying it's about Dresden. Since Dresden rescued Malone's uncle from psychic torment, Malone agrees to tell her the information she needs.
take away what a foul little toad of a man he is.



[[WMG: Organized Crime]]

[[folder: Detective Malone]]

The nephew of Micky Malone. Murphy calls him for a favor during the ''Aftermath'' case.

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* FriendOnTheForce: Acts as this to Murphy after she's suspended. He provides her with information accessible only to active-duty police, such as Marcone's last-known whereabouts.
* [[YouOweMe You Owe Him]]: Murphy gets Malone to help her by saying it's about Dresden. Since Dresden rescued Malone's uncle from psychic torment, Malone agrees to tell her the information she needs.
[[/folder]]



[[WMG: Forensics]]

[[folder: Jarvis]]

A forensic technician assigned to examine the scene of Dresden's murder.

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* MrExposition: His role in the story is basically to tell Murphy about the evidence found at the crime scene, such as the blood spatter patterns and the fact that neither Dresden's corpse nor the bullet were found.

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[[WMG: Forensics]]

!Chicago Between Bureau

[[folder: Jarvis]]

A forensic technician assigned to examine the scene of Dresden's murder.

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* MrExposition: His role in the story is basically to tell Murphy about the evidence found at the crime scene, such as the blood spatter patterns and the fact that neither Dresden's corpse nor the bullet were found.
Uriel]]

See: [[Characters/TheDresdenFilesTheChurch The Church]]



[[WMG: Top brass]]

[[folder: Commissioner Howard Fairweather]]

Chicago's police commissioner, and thus Murphy's boss when she ran the SI department.

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[[WMG: Top brass]]

[[folder: Commissioner Howard Fairweather]]

Chicago's police commissioner, and thus
Captain Collin "Jack" Murphy]]

Murphy's boss when she dead father. A police captain in life, he ran the SI department.
Black Cat squad, the Special Investigations of his era. He died from a gunshot wound that might have been from a suicide attempt. After his death, he sends Harry back to the land of the living, and works for Uriel.



* BadBoss: He uses Murphy and the SI department as scapegoats for unsolvable crimes like the Tomm, Stanton, and Randall murders. By deflecting blame onto them, he hopes to maintain his own image.

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* BadBoss: AffectionateNickname: Karrie for Karin.
* AteHisGun: His wife Marion says he committed suicide at his desk, implying this trope.
** DrivenToSuicide
* CelestialBureaucracy:
He uses Murphy runs the Chicago Between office under the purview of Uriel.
* CoolOldGuy: Well, cool [[PosthumousCharacter dead]] guy.
* DisappearedDad: Died when Karin was barely a teenager
* FromACertainPointOfView: He told Harry that if he didn't help his friends in ''Ghost Story'', three of them would die. Turns out he didn't actually know
and was simply guessing - after all Harry's life is so dangerous that some of his friends would probably die anyway.
* GoodIsNotNice: Fully willing to lie and manipulate Harry to get him to do what he wants.
* MustHaveCaffeine: Carmichael says he's grumpy if he doesn't get his cup. Sadly since he's dead, there is no more coffee to drink.
* PosthumousCharacter: Well, yeah.
* RefugeInAudacity. He hung up on Uriel. ''On speakerphone''.
* UnfinishedBusiness: As with everyone working in Uriel's office. They aren't quite ready to abandon
the SI department as scapegoats for unsolvable crimes like the Tomm, Stanton, good fight and Randall murders. By deflecting blame onto them, he hopes to maintain his own image.
move on.



!Chicago Between Bureau

[[folder: Uriel]]

See: [[Characters/TheDresdenFilesTheChurch The Church]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder: Captain Collin "Jack" Murphy]]

Murphy's dead father. A police captain in life, he ran the Black Cat squad, the Special Investigations of his era. He died from a gunshot wound that might have been from a suicide attempt. After his death, he sends Harry back to the land of the living, and works for Uriel.

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!Chicago Between Bureau

[[folder: Uriel]]

See: [[Characters/TheDresdenFilesTheChurch The Church]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder: Captain Collin "Jack" Murphy]]

Detective Sergeant Ron Carmichael]]

Murphy's dead father. A police captain in life, he ran original partner, killed by the Black Cat squad, the Special Investigations loup-garou in ''Fool Moon.'' As of his era. He died from a gunshot wound that might have been from a suicide attempt. After his death, he sends Harry back to the land of the living, and works for ''Ghost Story,'' he's now employed by Uriel.




* AffectionateNickname: Karrie for Karin.
* AteHisGun: His wife Marion says he committed suicide at his desk, implying this trope.
** DrivenToSuicide
* CelestialBureaucracy: He runs the Chicago Between office under the purview of Uriel.
* CoolOldGuy: Well, cool [[PosthumousCharacter dead]] guy.
* DisappearedDad: Died when Karin was barely a teenager
* FromACertainPointOfView: He told Harry that if he didn't help his friends in ''Ghost Story'', three of them would die. Turns out he didn't actually know and was simply guessing - after all Harry's life is so dangerous that some of his friends would probably die anyway.
* GoodIsNotNice: Fully willing to lie and manipulate Harry to get him to do what he wants.
* MustHaveCaffeine: Carmichael says he's grumpy if he doesn't get his cup. Sadly since he's dead, there is no more coffee to drink.
* PosthumousCharacter: Well, yeah.
* RefugeInAudacity. He hung up on Uriel. ''On speakerphone''.
* UnfinishedBusiness: As with everyone working in Uriel's office. They aren't quite ready to abandon the good fight and move on.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Detective Sergeant Ron Carmichael]]

Murphy's original partner, killed by the loup-garou in ''Fool Moon.'' As of ''Ghost Story,'' he's now employed by Uriel.
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!Chicago Police: Special Investigations

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!Chicago Police: Police

[[WMG:
Special Investigations
Investigations]]



!Chicago Police: Other

to:

!Chicago Police: Other
[[WMG: Internal Affairs]]



[[WMG: Homicide]]



[[folder: Detective Malone]]

A detective who works in the Organized Crime Division and is the nephew of Micky Malone. Murphy calls him for a favor during the ''Aftermath'' case.

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[[folder: Detective Malone]]

Dougherty]]

A detective who works homicide detective. Appears in the Organized Crime Division and is the nephew of Micky Malone. Murphy calls him for a favor during the ''Aftermath'' case.
ComicBook/WildCard.



* FriendOnTheForce: Acts as this to Murphy after she's suspended. He provides her with information accessible only to active-duty police, such as Marcone's last-known whereabouts.
* [[YouOweMe You Owe Him]]: Murphy gets Malone to help her by saying it's about Dresden. Since Dresden rescued Malone's uncle from psychic torment, Malone agrees to tell her the information she needs.

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* FriendOnTheForce: Acts as AgentScully: Refuses to believe that anything unusual happened with Jordan's death.
* JurisdictionFriction: Has
this to with Murphy after she's suspended. He provides her with information accessible only to active-duty police, such as Marcone's last-known whereabouts.
* [[YouOweMe You Owe Him]]:
when Murphy gets Malone and Rawlins begins to help her by saying evaluate the murder of Manny Jordan; Dougherty feels that, since it's about Dresden. Since Dresden rescued Malone's uncle from psychic torment, Malone agrees a homicide, it should be his department instead of Special Investigations that handles it. He does, however, allow Murphy and Rawlins to tell her the information she needs.investigate on their own.



[[folder: Detective Dougherty]]

A homicide detective. Appears in ComicBook/WildCard.

to:

[[WMG: Organized Crime Division]]

[[folder: Detective Dougherty]]

A homicide detective. Appears in ComicBook/WildCard.
Malone]]

The nephew of Micky Malone. Murphy calls him for a favor during the ''Aftermath'' case.



* AgentScully: Refuses to believe that anything unusual happened with Jordan's death.
* JurisdictionFriction: Has this with Murphy when Murphy and Rawlins begins to evaluate the murder of Manny Jordan; Dougherty feels that, since it's a homicide, it should be his department instead of Special Investigations that handles it. He does, however, allow Murphy and Rawlins to investigate on their own.

to:

* AgentScully: Refuses to believe that anything unusual happened with Jordan's death.
* JurisdictionFriction: Has
FriendOnTheForce: Acts as this with to Murphy when after she's suspended. He provides her with information accessible only to active-duty police, such as Marcone's last-known whereabouts.
* [[YouOweMe You Owe Him]]:
Murphy and Rawlins begins gets Malone to evaluate the murder of Manny Jordan; Dougherty feels that, since help her by saying it's a homicide, it should be his department instead of Special Investigations that handles it. He does, however, allow Murphy and Rawlins about Dresden. Since Dresden rescued Malone's uncle from psychic torment, Malone agrees to investigate on their own.
tell her the information she needs.


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[[WMG: Patrol]]


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[[WMG: Forensics]]


Added DiffLines:

[[WMG: Top brass]]
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[[folder: Officer Grayson]]

A patrol officer. After Dresden is run off the road in ''Proven Guilty'', Grayson is the officer that finds him.

to:

[[folder: Officer Grayson]]

Detective Dougherty]]

A patrol officer. After Dresden is run off the road homicide detective. Appears in ''Proven Guilty'', Grayson is the officer that finds him.
ComicBook/WildCard.



* MeddlesomePatrolman: Not intentionally, and he does help Dresden by alerting Murphy to the car crash, but he still poses a potential problem when he begins asking about the car crash and Dresden's bloody clothes. Fortunately, Dresden and Murphy get rid of him before he begins investigating Dresden in earnest.
* WhatAnIdiot: He falls for Dresden's lie that the bloody clothes and robes in the backseat of Dresden's car are just Halloween props.

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* MeddlesomePatrolman: Not intentionally, and he does help Dresden by alerting AgentScully: Refuses to believe that anything unusual happened with Jordan's death.
* JurisdictionFriction: Has this with
Murphy to the car crash, but he still poses a potential problem when he Murphy and Rawlins begins asking about to evaluate the car crash and Dresden's bloody clothes. Fortunately, Dresden and murder of Manny Jordan; Dougherty feels that, since it's a homicide, it should be his department instead of Special Investigations that handles it. He does, however, allow Murphy get rid of him before he begins investigating Dresden in earnest.
* WhatAnIdiot: He falls for Dresden's lie that the bloody clothes
and robes in the backseat of Dresden's car are just Halloween props.
Rawlins to investigate on their own.



[[folder: Jarvis]]

A forensic technician assigned to examine the scene of Dresden's murder.

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[[folder: Jarvis]]

Officer Grayson]]

A forensic technician assigned to examine patrol officer. After Dresden is run off the scene of Dresden's murder.
road in ''Proven Guilty'', Grayson is the officer that finds him.



* MrExposition: His role in the story is basically to tell Murphy about the evidence found at the crime scene, such as the blood spatter patterns and the fact that neither Dresden's corpse nor the bullet were found.

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* MrExposition: His role in the story is basically to tell MeddlesomePatrolman: Not intentionally, and he does help Dresden by alerting Murphy to the car crash, but he still poses a potential problem when he begins asking about the evidence found at the crime scene, such as the blood spatter patterns car crash and the fact that neither Dresden's corpse nor bloody clothes. Fortunately, Dresden and Murphy get rid of him before he begins investigating Dresden in earnest.
* WhatAnIdiot: He falls for Dresden's lie that
the bullet were found.
bloody clothes and robes in the backseat of Dresden's car are just Halloween props.



[[folder: Commissioner Howard Fairweather]]

Chicago's police commissioner, and thus Murphy's boss when she ran the SI department.

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[[folder: Commissioner Howard Fairweather]]

Chicago's police commissioner, and thus Murphy's boss when she ran
Patrolman Manny Jordan]]

A patrol officer. Killed by[[spoiler: Puck]] during
the SI department.
ComicBook/WildCard case.



* BadBoss: He uses Murphy and the SI department as scapegoats for unsolvable crimes like the Tomm, Stanton, and Randall murders. By deflecting blame onto them, he hopes to maintain his own image.

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* BadBoss: He uses Murphy and the SI department as scapegoats for unsolvable crimes like the Tomm, Stanton, and Randall murders. By deflecting blame onto them, he hopes to maintain CruelAndUnusualDeath: Had his own image.
throat ripped out.
* KilledOffForReal: By[[spoiler: Puck]].



!Chicago Between Bureau

[[folder: Uriel]]

See: [[Characters/TheDresdenFilesTheChurch The Church]]

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!Chicago Between Bureau

[[folder: Uriel]]

See: [[Characters/TheDresdenFilesTheChurch The Church]]
Jarvis]]

A forensic technician assigned to examine the scene of Dresden's murder.

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* MrExposition: His role in the story is basically to tell Murphy about the evidence found at the crime scene, such as the blood spatter patterns and the fact that neither Dresden's corpse nor the bullet were found.



[[folder: Captain Collin "Jack" Murphy]]

Murphy's dead father. A police captain in life, he ran the Black Cat squad, the Special Investigations of his era. He died from a gunshot wound that might have been from a suicide attempt. After his death, he sends Harry back to the land of the living, and works for Uriel.

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[[folder: Captain Collin "Jack" Murphy]]

Commissioner Howard Fairweather]]

Chicago's police commissioner, and thus
Murphy's dead father. A police captain in life, he boss when she ran the Black Cat squad, the Special Investigations of his era. He died from a gunshot wound that might have been from a suicide attempt. After his death, he sends Harry back to the land of the living, and works for Uriel.SI department.




* AffectionateNickname: Karrie for Karin.
* AteHisGun: His wife Marion says he committed suicide at his desk, implying this trope.
** DrivenToSuicide
* CelestialBureaucracy: He runs the Chicago Between office under the purview of Uriel.
* CoolOldGuy: Well, cool [[PosthumousCharacter dead]] guy.
* DisappearedDad: Died when Karin was barely a teenager
* FromACertainPointOfView: He told Harry that if he didn't help his friends in ''Ghost Story'', three of them would die. Turns out he didn't actually know and was simply guessing - after all Harry's life is so dangerous that some of his friends would probably die anyway.
* GoodIsNotNice: Fully willing to lie and manipulate Harry to get him to do what he wants.
* MustHaveCaffeine: Carmichael says he's grumpy if he doesn't get his cup. Sadly since he's dead, there is no more coffee to drink.
* PosthumousCharacter: Well, yeah.
* RefugeInAudacity. He hung up on Uriel. ''On speakerphone''.
* UnfinishedBusiness: As with everyone working in Uriel's office. They aren't quite ready to abandon the good fight and move on.

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\n* AffectionateNickname: Karrie BadBoss: He uses Murphy and the SI department as scapegoats for Karin.
* AteHisGun: His wife Marion says
unsolvable crimes like the Tomm, Stanton, and Randall murders. By deflecting blame onto them, he committed suicide at hopes to maintain his desk, implying this trope.
** DrivenToSuicide
* CelestialBureaucracy: He runs the Chicago Between office under the purview of Uriel.
* CoolOldGuy: Well, cool [[PosthumousCharacter dead]] guy.
* DisappearedDad: Died when Karin was barely a teenager
* FromACertainPointOfView: He told Harry that if he didn't help his friends in ''Ghost Story'', three of them would die. Turns out he didn't actually know and was simply guessing - after all Harry's life is so dangerous that some of his friends would probably die anyway.
* GoodIsNotNice: Fully willing to lie and manipulate Harry to get him to do what he wants.
* MustHaveCaffeine: Carmichael says he's grumpy if he doesn't get his cup. Sadly since he's dead, there is no more coffee to drink.
* PosthumousCharacter: Well, yeah.
* RefugeInAudacity. He hung up on Uriel. ''On speakerphone''.
* UnfinishedBusiness: As with everyone working in Uriel's office. They aren't quite ready to abandon the good fight and move on.
own image.



[[folder: Detective Sergeant Ron Carmichael]]

Murphy's original partner, killed by the loup-garou in ''Fool Moon.'' As of ''Ghost Story,'' he's now employed by Uriel.

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!Chicago Between Bureau

[[folder: Detective Sergeant Ron Carmichael]]

Uriel]]

See: [[Characters/TheDresdenFilesTheChurch The Church]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder: Captain Collin "Jack" Murphy]]

Murphy's original partner, killed by dead father. A police captain in life, he ran the loup-garou in ''Fool Moon.'' As Black Cat squad, the Special Investigations of ''Ghost Story,'' he's now employed by his era. He died from a gunshot wound that might have been from a suicide attempt. After his death, he sends Harry back to the land of the living, and works for Uriel.


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* AffectionateNickname: Karrie for Karin.
* AteHisGun: His wife Marion says he committed suicide at his desk, implying this trope.
** DrivenToSuicide
* CelestialBureaucracy: He runs the Chicago Between office under the purview of Uriel.
* CoolOldGuy: Well, cool [[PosthumousCharacter dead]] guy.
* DisappearedDad: Died when Karin was barely a teenager
* FromACertainPointOfView: He told Harry that if he didn't help his friends in ''Ghost Story'', three of them would die. Turns out he didn't actually know and was simply guessing - after all Harry's life is so dangerous that some of his friends would probably die anyway.
* GoodIsNotNice: Fully willing to lie and manipulate Harry to get him to do what he wants.
* MustHaveCaffeine: Carmichael says he's grumpy if he doesn't get his cup. Sadly since he's dead, there is no more coffee to drink.
* PosthumousCharacter: Well, yeah.
* RefugeInAudacity. He hung up on Uriel. ''On speakerphone''.
* UnfinishedBusiness: As with everyone working in Uriel's office. They aren't quite ready to abandon the good fight and move on.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Detective Sergeant Ron Carmichael]]

Murphy's original partner, killed by the loup-garou in ''Fool Moon.'' As of ''Ghost Story,'' he's now employed by Uriel.
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* AgentScully: Very sceptical towards the supernatural while alive, even outright calling Harry a fraud to his face.
* CelestialBureaucracy: Now that he's dead, he works for one under the direction of Captain Murphy, who is under the purview of Uriel.

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* AgentScully: Very sceptical skeptical towards the supernatural while alive, before he was killed, even outright calling Harry a fraud to his face.
* CelestialBureaucracy: Now that he's dead, he works for one under the direction of Captain Collin Murphy, who is under the purview of Uriel.
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* AgentScully: Very sceptical towards the supernatural, even outright calling Harry a fraud to his face.

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* AgentScully: Very sceptical towards the supernatural, supernatural while alive, even outright calling Harry a fraud to his face.
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